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Looking for new and unforgettable experiences in Austria? Look no further: we have created a series of videos to introduce Austria's cities and sights to you. Take a road trip with Kelly and Justin - our team from the US - and explore Austria. Visit Graz, Salzburg, Innsbruck and of course Vienna or take a trip to Burgenland's countryside. We hope you enjoy this special glimpse into Austria, and that it will perhaps inspire you to visit. Join Kelly and Justin and explore the unique side of Au ...
 
WE ARE LDH! @imaminaki @kennstduehnich @Syazwanov @laurentneige @thorau a.k.a DJ Knaller DJ Forhouth @MickzeGerman upcoming: 2022: still corona break, but @imaminaki EP coming soon past: 2022 11.03 Marktlokal Klub, Berlin 2020 07.03 Rave 4 Climate, Fabrique Hamburg, LDH Floor 2019 11.11 Kölner Karneval - Syazwanov & Mick ze German 30.03 5 Jahre LDH - 60 Jahre L&N, tba, LDH-Allstars 02.02 DJ Forhouth, BIPOLAR, Berlin 2018 07.12 DJ Knaller, Beats against Coal, Amsterdam, NL 24.11 Allnight L&N, ...
 
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Switzerland's Lauterbrunnen Valley is a textbook example of a glacier-shaped valley. Towering high above are the icy Jungfrau, Mönch, and Eiger peaks. At the base of the peaks, Kleine Scheidegg has hearty food for hikers and rustic 19th-century hotels. For European travel information, visit https://www.ricksteves.com.…
 
One of the world’s oldest mountain resorts, Chamonix has long made it easy for romantics to enjoy its alpine wonders—starting with a cogwheel train to the Mer de Glace glacier. Nowadays, visitors can stroll inside the “sea of ice” while noting poignant markers indicating how dramatically it’s shrinking. For European travel information, visit rickst…
 
In Switzerland's Berner Oberland region, a train takes visitors through mountain tunnels up to the highest railway station in Europe, the Jungfraujoch. At more than 11,000 feet, spectacular views of the Aletsch Glacier and majestic alpine peaks await, along with hiking paths, ice tunnels, and shops and restaurants. For more European travel informat…
 
The Dolomites, Italy's dramatic rocky rooftop, offer some of the best mountain thrills in Europe. Here, the region's Austrian history survives in a warm, blue-aproned, felt-hat-with-feathers way. The Tirolean village of Kastelruth is a good home base for your exploration of the Alpe di Siusi, Europe's largest alpine meadow. For more European travel…
 
Taking a multi-day Nile cruise gives you a firsthand look at some of the famous river's most scenic stretches, with timeless slices of natural beauty and seemingly ancient scenes interrupted only by other boats. Travelers have few options other than to sit back, relax, and live at the pace of the Nile. For more European travel information, visit ri…
 
Of the hundred or so whisky distilleries in Scotland, about half lie near the valley of the River Spey — making the area practically a pilgrimage for Scotch whisky aficionados. Step inside a distillery for an up-close look at the whisky making process. For more European travel information, visit ricksteves.com.…
 
Looming nearly two miles above the town of Chamonix is the Aiguille du Midi, part of the Mont Blanc massif in the French Alps. At 12,600 feet, it's also the highest mountain peak served by cable car. Take the ride up from Chamonix to immerse yourself in snow-capped peaks, a sea of glaciers, and unforgettable views of France and Italy. More info abo…
 
In the famous Berner Oberland, gondola lifts and funiculars take visitors high into the Alps, making for easy and jaw-droppingly beautiful hikes back down. Along the way, cliff-clinging villages like Mürren and Gimmelwald offer hikers the chance to rest their feet, experience traditional Swiss alpine culture, and toast their adventure with a refres…
 
If you want the natural surroundings of Innsbruck without the crowds, head to Hall in Tirol. Built as a salt-mining town when Innsbruck was just a humble bridge, Hall became an important trading city. Today, its well-preserved medieval town center features a rich bundle of pastel buildings and cobbled streets that feel refreshingly traditional. Mor…
 
The Pyramids of Giza are one of the most recognizable scenes in all of tourism. The grandest is known as the Great Pyramid; one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, it was designed to house the pharaoh Cheops' body — and help send his soul into the afterlife. Nearby, the Great Sphinx keeps watch over the rising sun.…
 
27.3.2021: LDH Podcast #14 Doc Seagull b2b Just PenzFor this month, we would like to introduce to you our long time affiliate from the northern city of Hamburg. Our connections with the RWegbassen crew goes back to 2018 when we collectively organised the demonstrations for climate change across the city whilst playing music on the demonstration tru…
 
Vienna's historic center is encircled by a road called the Ringstrasse. In the 1860s, Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria had Vienna's medieval walls torn down and replaced with this grand boulevard. Today, the three-mile loop is lined with many of Vienna's top sights; hop aboard one of the trams that traverse the Ringstrasse for a DIY, budget tour o…
 
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