Durban

Durban, or in the language of the Zulu eThekwini, has with about 600.000 inhabitants roughly as many inhabitants, as Bremen does. eThekwini is also the name of the municipality, to which Durban and its surroundings belong. With its 3,4 million inhabitants, it  is the third biggest municipality after Johannesburg und Cape Town. The people of ... More

Ōiso

The center of associative life is Ōiso [long o] in the prefecture Kanagawa. 130 years ago, Japan’s first sea resort was opened in Ōiso. The town distinguishes itself by great abundance of nature and mild climate. A lot of leaders of economy and politics of the Meiji, Taisho and Showa-era (1868-1989) live in Ōiso or formerly owned a ... More

Sydney

Sydney, state capital of New South Wales and home of 5.1 million people offers plenty of historical and contemporary Australian flavor. The marvelous Sydney Opera House looks like a great origami sailboat, floating peacefully in a harbor. Wander the narrow cobblestone streets of The Rocks and then take in a street performance on the Circular ... More

New Orleans

The port town on the Mississippi is famous for being totally different from the rest of the USA. The inhabitants of New Orleans are proud of the city’s individual charm. Hard to believe this special city which was founded in 1718, had been surrounded by swamp until a 100 years ago! The picturesque “Crescent city” got its nickname from ... More

Haifa

Israel’s third-biggest city is one of the most beautiful cities of the country. Haifa is famous for its magnificent beaches, the biggest sea port in Israel and the hanging gardens of the Bahai. The Bahai are originally a religious group from Iran, relying on the teachings of the founder of their religion, Baha’ullah. Their administrative ... More

Izmir

With round about 4,1 million inhabitants Izmir is he third-biggest city in Turkey. Located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and enjoying  mild winters and warm summers, Izmir is a popular all-season travel destination. Besides the wonderful beaches, the Kemeralti bazar as well as the clock tower Saat Kulesi belong to the sight of ... More

Auckland

Although not the capital, Auckland with its over 1, 4 million inhabitants is the biggest city in New Zealand. Over one third of the whole population lives there! Thanks to its huge harbor Auckland is known as the main city of transit- but we can tell you, it’s worth of staying a while. How about enjoying a day on a yacht, since Auckland ... More

Ōiso

The center of associative life is Ōiso [long o] in the prefecture Kanagawa. 130 years ago, Japan’s first sea resort was opened in Ōiso. The town distinguishes itself by great abundance of nature and mild climate. A lot of leaders of economy and politics of the Meiji, Taisho and Showa-era (1868-1989) live in Ōiso or formerly owned a ... More

Vladivostok

Vladivostok is today home of more than 600.000 people and located at the Pacific Ocean. Surrounded by Amursky Gulf from the west, Ussuriysky Gulf from the east, and Golden Horn Bay along the south, Vladivostok is the home of the Russian Pacific Fleet. The city is separated from its souternmost part, Russkiy Island, by Eastern Bosphorous ... More

Bremen

This is the city where the concept of one nation cup came from. Bremen hosted the first one nation cup in 2006 and the third in 2011. If you have visited Bremen you must know about the the story of the "Four Town Musicians". People of Bremen are proud of their fairy-tale animals, which are as much an emblem of the city as the town hall and ... More