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The Leonardo Express is the easiest way to travel from Rome Fiumicino Airport to the center of the city. Book your airport shuttle ticket in advance and make the high-speed journey from Felice Santini station (attached to the airport) to Roma Termini Station. The Leonardo Express trains leave every 15 minutes, so you'll find your way to your Rome accommodation in rapid time!
Famously featured in the 1969 James Bond film "On Her Majesty's Secret Service", the Schilthorn is a mountain in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland. As the highest mountain in the surrounding range, it offers beautiful panoramic views of the Titlis, Jungfrau, Mönch, Eiger, and the Black Forest. On clear days, Mont Blanc is also just visible in the distance.
The Skyline Bar is located in the heart of Thessaloniki, on the top floor of the OTE tower. Guests can admire the city's sights during a gradual rotation of the tower, which lasts for approximately one hour. Enjoy 360° views of one of the oldest and most diverse cities in Europe, as well as some excellent coffee and delicious snacks! Treat yourself to a spectacular sunset with a late afternoon visit, or soak up the atmosphere with live piano melodies after dark.
If you're looking for a comprehensive history of cod in Portugal, then look no further than the Codfish History Interpretation Center! The immersive exhibitions inside will guide you through the history of the fish that's impacted Portuguese culture like no other, from fishermen that sailed the Newfoundland coast centuries ago, to the modern day staple that adorns tables at Christmas and during special occasions.
Glasnevin Cemetery is the resting place of over 1.5 million people, some of whom were prominent figures in Irish history. This Victorian burial ground was founded in 1832 and intended for people of all faiths - something pretty outrageous at a time when Catholics were banned from burial in Protestant graveyards. Daniel O’Connell, the cemetery's founder and political leader, is buried here, as is Irish revolutionary Michael Collins. The onsite Glasnevin Museum is the world's first cemetery museum and - among other accolades - it was winner of Ireland’s Best Cultural Experience at the Irish Tourism Industry Awards 2015. The National Botanic Garden of Ireland is adjacent to Glasnevin Cemetery, and you can enter this premier scientific institution for free. The gardens also contain the National Herbarium and several historic wrought iron glasshouses.
The Wax Museum of Madrid has more than 450 figures of different characters from the present and from our history.