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GöteborgGothenburggot Gothenburg

In this Swedish harbor and university town, concerts and street cafes lure visitors immediately into leisure mode. The opera house at the waterfront of Lilla Bommen sports the maritime, dynamic lines of a ship. Check out the Maritime Museum with its treasures from Gothenburg's trade- and marine-history, or aim for European Athletics Championship in summer 2006.
More information: www.goteborg.com

Graz - Uhrturm
graz Graz
A walk through Graz reveals the richness of Europe's cultural history. Austria's second largest city boasts buildings and monuments from many historical periods, surrounding the "Schlossberg", Graz's central landmark. Graz's old city was named a UNESCO world cultural heritage site in 1999. A European City of Culture in 2003, Graz astonished its visitors with its new Art House and a plethora of urban installations. Graz is great for bicycle jaunts and culinary stops along the way.
More information: www.graztourism.at

Hannover hannover Hanover
As Northern Germany`s central business hub and Europe`s largest fair city, Hanover is a key destination for most traders and entrepreneurs. From the airport, trains take you to the cities of Wolfsburg with the Volkswagen factory and an "Autostadt" theme park, but also to Braunschweig, Hildesheim, Bremen, Celle, and Salzgitter, in less than an hour. Hamburg, Magdeburg, Bielefeld, Osnabrück, and Göttingen are just 90 minutes away, and the intercity train to Berlin leaves every hour.
More information: www.hannover.de, www.autostadt.de



inn_gd_640px Innsbruck
Welcome Air`s home is a quaint university and culture town cuddling between the                impressive edges of the Tyrolean Alps. Visit Innsbruck`s museums, churches, and castles  from the Renaissance and Baroque eras, and enjoy the breathtaking open-air adventure park  in Tyrol`s mountains. The best skiing, hiking and wellness destinations are Seefeld, Kitzbühel, Igls, St. Anton/Arlberg, Serfaus, or the Stubaital, Ötztal or Zillertal.


More information: www.tyrol.com



Kristiansand, the most southerly city in Norway, was founded by the Danish-Norwegian King Christian IV as a trading post in 1641. Today, seafaring tradition and a modern ship, oil and drilling rig industry combine to make this the up-and-coming centre of the Sørlandet region.

Thousands of offshore islands and islets protect the coast of southern Norway, strung out with small towns and villages that are occasionally interrupted by still inlets and majestic beaches. The sunniest part of Norway and the countless summer flowers conjure up the feel of the Mediteranean in these northern latitudes and make the Sørlandet a favourite haven for holidaymakers. Telemark is also part of southern Norway. In summer, this is a favourite haunt for walkers and climbers, and in the winter, a snow-covered paradise that offers a whole range of winter sports activities.

For further information : www.sorlandet.com         Kristiansand Airport


Nice - Côte d'Azur   nizza
The catwalk of the wealthy and beautiful has successfully transformed itself into a young, bustling and leisurely harbor city with many museums and galleries of modern art. The film festival of Cannes, and the stylish cities of Antibes, St. Tropez, and Monte Carlo nearby are just around the corner. Nature lovers find hidden bays, history lessons while scuba diving, and a mountain paradise for rock-climbing and hiking.
More information: www.nice.fr



The Costa Smeralda, the North-eastern coastline of Sardinia, absorbs the international jet-set and European vacationers searching for time and space to recalibrate. Sardinia offers many kilometers of sandy beaches, enchanted coastlines, upcoming wines, and peculiar village characters.
More information: www.travel-italy.com

stavanger Stavanger
This harbor city at the South-western flank of Norway peaked in the early 20th century thanks to its thriving fishing industry, and later, thanks to rich sources of offshore oil. Both periods of wealth have left a bizarre harmony of quaint fairy tale houses and modern oil business outlets, including the futuristic oil museum.  Around the city, adventurers find deep-blue fjords, waterfalls, woods, and the home of dramatist Henrik Ibsen. Stavanger is currently gearing up for its stint as European City of Culture in 2008.
More information: www.visitstavanger.com