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Germany/Europe: eSim Mobile Data Plan

1. Germany/Europe: eSim Mobile Data Plan

Make your trip to Germany hassle-free with your convenient eSIM. Stay connected on your travels with high-speed coverage in Germany and another 43 European regions (full list below). Purchase and install your eSIM anytime and anywhere, and choose from a variety of data packages, validity options, and coverage in additional countries. Simply scan the eSIM QR code to access all your essential apps on your trip. Avoid the trouble of managing multiple SIMs with this zero-waste solution. Get one eSIM per device and top up by simply buying and activating additional eSIM plans as you go. Once activated, your coverage will begin according to your selected duration. Most devices released after 2019 are compatible with eSIM (e.g. iPhone XR, XS of models beyond, Google Pixel 4 and beyond). If you are unsure, please check the compatibility guideline photo to confirm eligibility. If you can not connect to the internet after install this eSIM, please follow the Self Help Troubleshooting Guide in your GYG voucher. Network coverage: Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Jersey, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Serbia, Slovak, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, and Vatican City. Carriers to use in Germany: T-Mobile, Vodafone, and Telefónica

Berlin: The 5 Enigmatic Mysteries. Tour with VW-Bus

2. Berlin: The 5 Enigmatic Mysteries. Tour with VW-Bus

After pick-up from your hotel your guide informes you about the upcoming 5-hour-tour. You will be acquainted with the 5 most fascinating mysteries of Berlin. At the same time you learn more about the different periods of Berlin´s history. Otto Weidt´s Workshop for the Blind is located in a courtyard near the Hackesche Höfe in Berlin Mitte. Most of the rooms are preserved in their original state. Otto Weidt was a small manufacturer. During the Second World War, he employed mostly blind and deaf Jewish workers in his workshop. They manufactured brooms and brushes, some of which were made for the Wehrmacht. Weidt attempted to protect his Jewish workers from persecution and deportation. A gigantic structure from the 1940ies awaits you near the old Tempelhof Airport: the Heavy Load Bearing Body. Under the direction of architect Albert Speer, Hitler wanted to redesign Berlin as "Germania", the capital of the new German world capital with huge edifices like the Triumphal Arch or the Dome Hall. During the planning, the stability and load-bearing capacity of the construction site was tested. So the heavy load-bearing body was erected weighing more than 12,000 tons. Plans to tear the structure down with dynamite after the Second War War were not realized because of the neighbourhood with many apartment houses. The Detlev-Rohwedder-Haus near Potsdam Square, built in 1936 as the Ministry of Aviation of Hermann Göring, was at that time the largest office building in Europe. Göring belonged to the leading Nazis and was responsible, for example, for the planning of the "Final Solution of the Jewish Question". At the end of the Second War War nearly all buildings in the surrounding were bombed and destroyed. Not so Göring´s Ministry of Aviation. Not one bomb fell onto the structure. A miracle? When the Berlin Wall was built starting on August 13, 1961, it divided the transportation system, as well. But two subway lines and one commuter rail line with departure and destination stations in West Berlin continued to run through the eastern sector. The trains slowed down, but they didn´t stop at these deserted stations in East Berlin. Blocked off and patrolled by GDR armed guards, they became known as “ghost stations.” One of those former stations is the Nordbahnhof. Last, but not least, you discover one of the most idyllic cemeteries of Berlin, located in Grunewald Forest near the Havel River, better known as the "Cemetery of the Nameless" or the "Cemetery of Suicides". Established in 1879, corpses of unknown people and those having committed suicide were buried here. Near this location, so the rumor goes since the 1920ies, the Sass brothers, famous bank robbers in the Weimar Republik, were supposed to hide money and valuables from hundreds of safe deposit boxes in a big hole the dug in the soil of Grunewald Forest. If you like to, you can use a Garrett metal detector Euro ACE to search for traces of the Sass Bros. and their famous treasure.

Wooden buildings in the urban jungle - bike tour

3. Wooden buildings in the urban jungle - bike tour

Wood - used as a building material for centuries and replaced by concrete in the last century - is currently experiencing a renaissance - not only in the countryside, but also in the city. Building damages our climate. The renewable building material wood, on the other hand, binds CO2 instead of releasing it. The possibility of prefabricated modular construction can also save costs and time at the building site. On our 3-hour bike tour, we will present urban wooden buildings of various functions in Berlin-Schöneberg, -Kreuzberg, -Tempelhof and -Neukölln, which have been built since 2015. The tour goes through the Park am Gleisdreieck and across Tempelhofer Feld, among other places, and is aimed at interested laypeople. You will see a school building, office and production buildings, gastronomy as well as a museum, kiosk and information pavilions that captivate with both the material wood and their design. What's next? In Kreuzberg, not far from the Anhalter Bahnhof, the WoHo, Germany's highest wooden high-rise, will be built with 29 storeys and a height of 98 metres. Achtung: Eigenes Rad notwendig

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