Travel is locomotion – and mankind has truly creatively embraced this impulse. Some succeed, others are visions of the future, more a legacy of the past: Nau.ch invites you to travel through stories into the present of 2023.
Unique vehicles are on display in miniature, from earlier ideas such as hanging railways, suspension railways and monorails to futuristic visions such as the Transrapid and Hyperloop.
Visitors can see the exhibition at the DB Museum in Nuremberg from March 24 to December 3, 2023.
Hapag-Loyd Cruises is offering cruises on the Great Lakes this year. A new fleet is heading for the world’s largest freshwater expansion, the luxury cruise line has announced.
The tour passes through five contiguous lakes through eight US states and the Canadian province of Ontario. The demanding route has numerous locks and narrow waterways.
Four trips are planned for May and July and two for the Indian summer season starting in September.
Visitors to Australia will soon be able to experience a light show about the ancient stories of the Anangu tribe.
From May 11, Ayers Rock Resort Voyages will host an Indigenous Tourism Australia event called the Windjiri Viru. The local tourism association is paying attention to this.
For this, drones take to the night skies of the Australian outback. They illuminate the semi-desert and present spectacular images to the audience.
A light show with projections and lasers blends the ancient stories and traditional sounds of the Anangu tribal people with the latest technology. Visitors sit in the red center of the Northern Territory overlooking Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
A short program called “After Dark” costs about 120 francs. The three-hour program “Windjiri Viru Sunset Dinner Experience” costs around 250 francs.
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