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VisitBrabant - Safaripark de Beekse Bergen
Eindhoven & North Brabant, Netherlands

VisitBrabant - Safaripark de Beekse Bergen

According to ZooSite, Beekse Bergen is not only the Best Wildlife Animal Park in the Netherlands & Belgium, but in addition to the 1500 wild animals in the safari park it has a holiday park and a water playpark. Stay at the holiday park in some of the African-style accommodation and you will receive a FunCard which gives you access to the Safaripark Beekse Bergen and Speelland Beekse Bergen as well as to a number of other nature and sports attractions in Brabant. But Beekse Bergen is of course renowned for being the largest wildlife safari park in Benelux. The bus safari was recently awarded the ‘Best experience in Benelux’ and the elephant enclosure was named ‘Most attractive new enclosure’. Come and experience Africa, right in the middle of Brabant..!
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Brian Head, Utah

Brian Head, Utah

With a peak elevation of 11,300 feet, Brian Head is Utah’s beacon to snow-lovers as one of the nation’s highest elevated ski resort towns. The town’s year-round population is fewer than 100 people, but countless vacationers and outdoors enthusiasts make for a consistent stream of excitement. Approximately 350 inches of snowfall each year draws the attention of cross country skiers, snowboarders, hikers and those who wish to bask in the natural beauty of Brian Head, Utah.
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VisitBrabant - The Efteling
Eindhoven & North Brabant, Netherlands

VisitBrabant - The Efteling

For the most enjoyable day in the Netherlands, you must visit the Efteling! In 2015, the spectacular new dive coaster ‘Baron 1898’ was added to the Efteling’s already impressive list of attractions, with a music composition by DJ Hardwell, born and raised in Breda. This hair-raising dive coaster promises to take you on a thundering 90 km/h trip to outrun the spirits before screeching to a halt again. Experience Aquanura, the third largest fountain show in the world. Four frogs transform the Vonderplas (lake) into a musical spectacle, featuring a soundtrack by Grammy Award winning, electronic dance music icon DJ Tiesto. Glide through the air in the ‘Droomvlucht’, discover the forbidden city in Fata Morgana and step into the magical city of Raveleijn. Here you land in the middle of a spectacular battlefield filled with fire and water special effects.
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Whitsunday Coast

Whitsunday Coast

Sun, sea and sand all add together to make the Whitsunday Coast the ideal place to relax. Enjoy a great atmosphere and nightlife in a spectacular setting. A beach lover’s paradise where everything is on hand to make your stay in this area one you won’t forget. Close to the Great Barrier Reef and just 16 miles from the Whitsunday Islands, there is plenty to see. Backpackers and families alike will enjoy the many attractions such as Airlie Beach lagoon and the amazing croc safaris up the Proserpine River.
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VisitBrabant - Eindhoven
Eindhoven & North Brabant, Netherlands

VisitBrabant - Eindhoven

If you love design, going out and shopping, then the largest city in North Brabant, Eindhoven, is the place to be. It’s a vibrant and lively city bursting with energy with a constant flow of new developments in creativity, innovation and design. Excellent shopping and impressive architecture can be found in and around Eindhoven’s large covered shopping centre. In the old city centre, you will find a futuristic building called 'The Blob', designed by the Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas. The Van Abbemuseum is another must-do while visiting this city. Its distinctive architectural design, alongside its collection and exhibitions programme makes the Van Abbemuseum a unique place for modern and contemporary art. The exhibitions in De Kazerne are definitely worth a visit. Grab a bite and a drink and be inspired by the creative works of various artists. The setting will leave you speechless. For another uniquely industrial dining experience, try the Piet Hein Eek design restaurant, Radio Royaal or one of the other eateries in the former Philips factory in Eindhoven. The Strijp S, the nearby creative cultural heart of Eindhoven, is not to be missed during a visit to this City of Light. With acclaimed festivals like GLOW and Dutch Design Week, Eindhoven really is a must-visit!
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Die Residenz
Munich, Germany

Die Residenz

The extensive complex was the home of the Wittelsbach dynasty until 1918 and is one of Europe’s most prestigious palaces. The building houses the Residenz museum and the Schatzkammer (Treasure Chamber). The perfect place for children to relive four centuries of royal culture. Don’t miss Hofgarten park on the Odeonsplatz near the Residenz. It is one of the finest Renaissance gardens north of the Alps, and a peaceful oasis commanding a splendid view of the Theatinerkirche. Due to COVID-19, new rules of conduct and hygiene apply in museums. Keep a safe distance of at least one and a half meters from other people. In addition, wearing a mouth and nose protector (for children from their sixth birthday onwards) is mandatory on public transport and in all museum exhibitions, etc. compulsory. The Residence is open to visitors again (but the number of visitors is limited). Unfortunately, guided tours and group visits are currently not possible. For further information please visit www.residenz-muenchen.de
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Schloss Nymphenburg
Munich, Germany

Schloss Nymphenburg

The impressive Baroque palace to the west of Munich was built as summer residence for the Bavarian Electors. The main building now houses a museum. In its large park there is a number of smaller buildings and pavilions and an exotic greenhouse with a café. Ludwig II, the “Fairytale” King was born in the Nymphenburg Castle his most famous castle, Neuschwanstein, is nestled in the dramatic foothills of the Alps and makes for an excellent daytrip. Due to COVID-19, new rules of conduct and hygiene apply in museums. Keep a safe distance of at least one and a half meters from other people. In addition, wearing a mouth and nose protector (for children from their sixth birthday onwards) is mandatory on public transport and in all museum exhibitions, etc. compulsory. Schloss Nymphenburg and the Marstallmuseum with the "Nymphenburg Porcelain" museum are open to visitors again (the number of visitors is limited, however). Unfortunately, guided tours and group visits are currently not possible. Further information can be found at www.schloss-nymphenburg.de.
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