Bio-branding on the North Sea

Husum (dpa / tmn) - On February 21st the Biikefire traditionally burned on the North Sea and on the North Frisian Islands. With this custom, the people of the region chase away the winter. Visitors can be there at around 50 locations, Nordsee Tourismus informs. Popular tourist locations such as St. Peter-Ording celebrate organic festivals with a comprehensive accompanying program. Most fires - 14 in total - will burn on Föhr. Bio distillery is part of the intangible cultural heritage of Unesco. (www.nordseetourismus.de)

Nuremberg gets three new museums

Nuremberg - Nuremberg visitors will soon have an even wider range of museums. The Future Museum on the Pegnitzufer is to be opened at the end of the year and, as a branch of the German Museum in Munich, is dedicated to, among other things, space travel and robotics. In addition, the Museum of Mobile Contemporary History in Fischbach will shortly show vintage cars and historic motorcycles. And from June 30, the Bible Museum Bavaria in the parsonage of the St. Lorenz Church will be dealing with the Holy Scriptures, as Franco tourism reports.

New observation wheel in San Francisco

San Francisco - In the Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, visitors can gain a new perspective on the city from spring. On April 4, a 45-meter-high observation wheel with a view of downtown and the Pacific opens there, announces the tourism representative of the metropolis. Golden Gate Park is celebrating its 150th birthday this year. It is larger than the more famous Central Park in New York. (www.goldengatepark150.com)

Overview of bio-branding events on the North Sea

Golden Gate Park