Tag Archives: Danube
The match takes place in Munich with Germany favourites to progress. Germany Berlin is great for a city break. The German capital has lots of historic buildings and is of course steeped in history. It was all things Berlin Wall that fascinated me. There are remnants of wall in several places, plus my personal favourite, […]
To Russia with love you the Swedes & Slovaks for the first game of the day in St Petersburg. Sweden Stockholm is situated on a series of islands, with the central one called Gamla Stan which contains most of the impressive buildings. The first time I went was in 1989 on an inter-rail trip. The […]
Belgrade sits on the confluence of two rivers – the Sava and the Danube. The Ada Bridge over the Sava opened in January 2012, causing much controversy due to the construction costs spiralling out of control. It is also known as the blue bridge due to the lighting effects that you can see below.
Continuing my series of European bridges, having already covered Northern & Southern Europe and the UK. My classification for Central Europe is Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Czechia, Slovakia & Slovenia. Switzerland If the earth’s creator had an idea for a fabulous train set, Switzerland would have been the perfect setting. It has however been left […]