The Porsche museum leads the guest through 5,600 square meter display zone. It covers all the past and modern know-how concerning the Porsche brand, enabling everybody to encounter the charming allure of Porsche trademark traits.plus
125 years of car history showing on nine levels covering a story space of 16,500 square meters. The Mercedes-Benz Museum reveals the history of Mercedes-Benz starting from its very early stages and pointing the path ahead of the future.
During a two-hour tour through the museum, guests experience a one of a kind adventure through car history. Moved by lift to the highest degree of the exhibition hall. The Museum opens from 9a.m.to 6 p.m. and closes on Mondays.
Since its inception in 1933, it was named “Adolf-Hitler-Kampfbahn” until 1945 when its name changed to “Century Stadium” where US troops utilized it to play baseball. In 1949 its name changed to “Neckarstadion” and held 4 matches in the 1974 World Cup. In 1993 once again its name changed to “Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion” until 2008 the stadium was renamed the "Mercedes-Benz Arena" and has been redeveloped to be dedicated to football.plus
Berlin est la capitale de l'Allemagne et a eu une population totale de 4,5 millions de personnes. La ville a une histoire riche et est connue pour son implication pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Berlin est l'une des villes les plus développées en Europe et des milliers de personnes la visitent pour ...
Also known as Bodensee, is a common lake that borders Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. The lake is divided into two parts; the lower lake known as the Untersee and the upper lake which is known as the Obersee. There, tourists can find many activities to do and many places to visit such as Mainau Island.
Situated in Germany, in the western state Hesse, Wiesbaden is a city known for its beautiful park: The Kurpark. The city is home to a convention center and a casino and many interesting places to visit by tourists. Saint Elizabeth's Church is also a must visit place in the city of Wiesbaden.
Windeck is a village the Eibingen district in Rudesheim am Rhein. This village is known as a settlement where people have settled and live together for the purpose of living and working. Located above the vineyards of Rüdesheim this place is known for its beautiful nature and touristic places like the ...