Public transport from airport to the city centre

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dermy76 dermy76
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Graz shopping May 13, 2011
If you are travelling to Graz, Austria, you will have more than enough chances of good, quality shopping. When travelling by car from southern way (direction from Slovenia) you should stop at shopping center Seiersberg, if you are going to the very centre you should visit shopping center West, there are of course great boutique shops in the very centre of the town, and shopping centres as well (Kastner & Ohler e.g.). Take some time to have a quiet coffe at Jacominiplatz, use the stairway to go to the Uhrturm / Schloss Eggenberg. Need to check out the river Mura (Mur) bridges, gallery (Kunsthaus), Rathaus (city hall), concerts at Orpheum hall and much much more.
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dermy76 dermy76
9 reviews
Things to do / see in Celje May 13, 2011
Celje is beautiful Slovenian town with app. 50000 inhabitants.

Need to visit if you are already in Slovenia.

Must see's:

- water

- old Celje castle (upper)

- city hall

- railway station

- museums

- Celje hall

Very known for counts of Celje, Alfred Nobel was her for personal reasons (few times at least)and it is the hometown of Alma Karlin, one of the first and most known women travellers.

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dermy76 dermy76
9 reviews
Best and cheapest way to travel in Bruxelles May 13, 2011
I recommend use of public transport when travelling from Bruxells airport to the city centre. Taxis are very expensive, drivers are nice, but there is often a lot of traffic. To avoid all of that you should use train, which can be found at the bottom level of airport Zaventem. It depends on your direction, but you will need at most 20 minutes to Gare Central in the city centre for 5,60 €.

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