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Saturday, 5 October 2013: Motorcycle Classics meeting On the open road the Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim over 250 historic motorcycles from all eras and manufacturers gather. Whether BMW, NSU, Victoria or Indian, all of them will be there. Participation is open to all motorcycles from 1885 until 1983. The entrance to the outdoor area is free. More information

Sunday, 6 October 2013: Day of Harley Admission is free and the Harley-Davidson meeting "Day of Harley" lures on the Museum grounds. The Rainer Schwarz Stunt Show, Harley-Davidson test rides and much more is on the agenda.

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1. Athens, Greece Home of the gods! Remember elementary or primary school when you learned about Hercules, Zeus, and all of the other gods and goddesses? Welcome to their home. Plus, this is where the Olympics began, and where the summer Olympics took place in 2004. And this is Greece, relax on a beach basking in Apollo's glow and listening to the seas music. Don't forget the nightlife! Popular Attractions: Athena's Temple, the Acropolis, Cape of Sounion and the Temple of Poseidon Under the Radar: Free bike tour, Syntagma Square Tips: Try walking around at Night, cities reveal a different personality when the sun goes down. 2. Edinburgh, Scotland Edinburgh is like London, just on a smaller scale. My favorite thing about it was that it can be seen in a weekend, and isn't as overwhelming as London can be. Make sure to take a tour of the Scottish Highlands while you are there, the views are breathtaking, and you can go monster hunting for Nessie. Here's a tip though, make sure you book a tour that uses a small bus, not a huge 50 person one. The smaller ones offer a more personalized tour, and its harder to get motion sickness on the windy roads. Plus, Edinburgh is the inspiration for J.K. Rowling's famous Harry Potter series. Popular Attractions: The Elephant House, Free Walking Tour, The Castle and Royal Mile Under the Radar: Free walking tour of the city (check with you hostel), Hogwarts... for real. Tips: Go to the Elephant House Cafe at a random time, since it is popular with tourists and locals alike. 3. Istanbul, Turkey Istanbul is said to be one of the most energetic and “ hippest” cities in Europe. It has an endless abundance of bars, galleries, clubs, and Ottoman mosques. It is also a huge fashion hub. It's hot, both literally and figuratively, and you can relax while being surrounded by non stop energy.

” just use common sense. United Kingdom To put it simply. and don't forget the great night life.Popular Attractions: Daily walking tours Under the Radar: Go to the local's bars Tips: Bring sunscreen 4. And don’t forget the shopping—whether your tastes run to Louis Vuitton or Les Puces (the flea market). with lots of history and scenery. etc. and was once the super power in Europe and the World.. and movies. making it a great place for anyone to visit. 4.activities. Retrace history. and make sure the research hostels well. Popular Attractions: The Beach Under the Radar: Open air markets are a must see Tips: Relax. Paris has turned into a fairytale destination for many. London is not one of those cities you can see in a weekend. Italy While Rome is the “ Old. beaches. London is like the New York City of Europe.. bistros and brasseries as possible.” Milan represents the “ New” Italy. I tried. cars. It is a hub for fashion.. and food. the city of love. As my international adviser gave me. roller skate around the city for 3 hours every Friday night! Tips: Keep a map of the Metro on you at all times 2. Though I have personally never been. you can find it here.. Buckingham Palace. The Eiffel Tower. though it is very commonly known for its Red Light District and other. “ immerse yourself in another countries culture. London. It is a business and culture hub. Just make sure you leave some time to wander the city’s grand boulevards and eat in as many cafes. The Sun Palace. sun drenched Spain offers a scenery. but don't be afraid to get lost. 3. Amsterdam. or window shop through one of the most expensive shopping area's in Europe. Popular Attractions: Quadrilatero d’ Oro (Golden Quad) Under the Radar: The funky design district of Isola. Notre Dame. and a great nightlife. Tips: Make sure to catch some Calcio (football) 1. Popular Attractions: The Louvre (free for students Fridays after 4:30pm). The Eiffel Tower Under the Radar: Pari Roller. fashion week. Platform 9 3/4 Under the Radar: The open air street market under the London Eye Tips: the underground and trains are confusing. architecture. Milan. Barcelona. that has hosted the epic historical events. Netherlands This city is gorgeous. there is something for everyone! Everyone who visits Paris for the first time probably has the same punchlist of major attractions to hit: The Louvre. Paris. Spain Beautiful. Popular Attractions: The London Eye. Between the history.sort of. The Tower of London. friends that have visited say it is somewhere that you just need to visit. . You need at least a week to just scratch the surface of what is London. Nothing can really be compared to London. France Through movies and pop culture. carry a map. Take a break from the overwhelming European history and relax on the beach.

so things are just a little bit different. Not much. seeing as their empire once extended over most of Europe. Rome. Roma! If you are a history nut and love the sunshine. Italy Ah. The Colosseum. Popular Attractions: The Guinness Factory and Storehouse.Popular Attractions: Red Light District. Dublin offers a great walking tour. etc Under the Radar: The Food.and is a business communication's hub. Trinity College. Anne Frank's House Under the Radar: Special Cafe menus Tips: No cameras in the Red Light District 5. but just enough for you to notice something is different. Ireland Ireland isn't directly connected to mainland Europe. Portugal carcassonne france Mont saint Michel Budapest Vienna Venice Brussels – Best beer. Van Gogh Museum. Best French fries Warsaw . The Temple Bar Under the Radar: Ditch the touristy bars and hit a hole in the wall grungy bar with old men singing in the corner Tips: Keep and eye on the Euro exchange rate 1. lots and lots of bars. Popular Attractions: Vatican City. this is the place to go! The Romans had a huge influence on modern civilization. The people are friendly and it's a gorgeous country. try everything Tips: Gelato! Prague Bratislava Berlin Lisboa. Dublin. and they should.

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