Now visit of a number of popular German attractions can be paid not only by euro, but also by crypto-currencies.
Bitcoins (and other similar currencies) are now accepted at Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Lake Constance on the border of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, as well as in the Europe-Park entertainment park.
Crypto-currency as payment for its services is also taken by the German National Committee for Tourism.
According to the authorities of the country, this will help attract more travelers to Germany and in general will positively affect the image of the country. In addition, such a step underscores that Germany supports the use of blocking technologies in the German and international markets.
Free-of-charge trip by buses, trams, and underground will appear in five German cities. To improve the ecology, the federal government of the country and regional municipalities are planning to extend the project to all the country.
The experts of British company POST OFFICE compared the cost of six expensive goods from the famous brands, particularly, iPad, jeans Levi’s, lipstick Clinique and other items, in ten cities of Europe. It was defined that in Munich such a set will charge the most cheaply, only 874 euro.
The opening of bridge in the length of 156 meters will happen in October. Its unique nature will be included in the presence of technologies that have not been used earlier. Particularly, the bridge itself will day and night long send information to the engineers who have not had access to the mentioned data beforehand.
Magnificent wooden house in Scandinavian style having been built up in 1911 in the administrative area of Berlin Kopenick is offered to take free-of-charge – the opportunity may be given to the new owner. The only hitch, as German magazine «Focus» reports, became the necessity to move the house in other place.
In German city Munich LGBT-friendly traffic lights have appeared where not only heterosexual couples but also gays and lesbies hold hands. As PinkNews reports, the local council decided to equip pedestrian crossings in such a way on the threshold of Gay Pride (annual gay-parade) which is to occur on Saturday, on the 11-th of July.