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Thursday 31st July 2014 • Posted Under - Joules US News

Further Markdowns & Last Chance To Buy At Joules US

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Further Markdowns & Last Chance To Buy At Joules US

The Sale at Joules US is into it’s final phase with further markdowns.

Here are some of the great offers on Men’s clothing.

FINAL REDUCTIONS UP TO 60% OFF MEN'S SALE

Men’s Sale

It’s the 2014 men’s summer sale at Joules, further markdowns and last chance to buy, but it is ending next week. Pick up those pieces your wardrobe wants for likeably low prices. Find shirts, tops, coats, jackets and more. Dont wait – it’s time to bag that bargain.

 

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Mens Deerstalker-style cap, Brown Chevron

Mens Deerstalker-style cap, Brown Chevron

Wake your inner country gent with this tweed deerstalker-style cap. In warm wool tweed, it’s more than just a stylish way to top off your look.

Was From $51.00
Now $17.00

Mens Belt, Creme

Mens Belt, Creme

This canvas belt is a functional yet fun accessory that will keep you Pants up as well as your style.

Was From $43.00
Now $17.00

Mens Flip Flops, Navy Stripe

Mens Flip Flops, Navy Stripe

Free your feet and let the wind blow between your toes. It’s flip flop season and this nautical striped pair are all set to see you through the warmer weather.

Was From $29.00
Now $17.00

Mens Loafers, Red

Mens Loafers, Red

You won’t want to take them off. On the road or in the rockpool, out of the pool then on the path, and even from the beach to the bar.

Was From $60.00
Now $26.00

Mens Quilted Shacket, Marine Navy

Mens Quilted Shacket, Marine Navy

A jacket crafted with the British summer in mind. Steeped in country charm and heritage, it’s lightly padded to keep you warm but won’t leave you too hot under the collar. Finished with a traditional diamond quilt, authentic brass poppers and a stunning hand-drawn printed lining.

Was From $135.00
Now $51.00

Mens Light weight Cotton Crew, Navy Stripe

Mens Light weight Cotton Crew, Navy Stripe

Inspired by the time-honoured Breton Top, this stripy jumper is all set to make waves this summer. A great layer for when the temperature dips a little.

Was From $105.00
Now $26.00

Mens Wax Hat, French Navy

Mens Wax Hat, French Navy

Even if the sun hasn’t got his hat on, there no reason why you can’t wear yours. This showerproof hat is a great companion when you’re planning a jaunt outdoors.

Was $42.00
Now $17.00

Mens Pleat Front Pants, Soft Pink

Mens Pleat Front Pants, Soft Pink

A perfect choice if you’re jetting away in search of warmer climes, these soft cotton poplin Pants are a stylish option when heading out for a few cocktails.

Was From $120.00
Now $34.00

Crown Joules Seamen Print, Mid Blue

Crown Joules Seamen Print, Mid Blue

Watch out sailor! At least if you’re wearing these Crown Joules your style won’t crash.

Was $26.00
Now $9.00

Crown Joules Stag Print, Ultra Blue

Crown Joules Stag Print, Ultra Blue

A young buck, old bull or somewhere in the middle – this super stag print will make sure your style doesn’t get stuck in a rut.

Was From $26.00
Now $9.00

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Thursday 31st July 2014 • Posted Under - Berlin Pass News

New Voucher Code For The Berlin Pass

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New Voucher Code For The Berlin Pass

This Berlin Pass would like to give all affiliates a code for the month of August. Here are the details:

Code – BPAUG6
Promotion – 6% off all passes (cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer)
Expires – 31-08-2014

The best way to discover Berlin is with a hop-on-hop-off bus tour of the city. Every Berlin Pass comes complete with a 1 day ticket for a guided bus tour – the perfect way to learn all about the city.

A 1 hour circular river circular cruise of of the River Spree offers a slightly different view of the city and is a relaxing way to take in the sights.

Looking for an active tour of Berlin? Fat Tire Bike Tours allow visitors to go out and explore the city in a way that’s not possible buy bus or car. These guided tours offer a unique experience and those looking for something a bit more adventurous.

 

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Free Hop-On-Hop-Off Berlin Bus Tour – Save €17!

 Free Hop-On-Hop-Off Berlin Bus Tour - Save €17!

Free River Cruise – Save €11.50!

 Free River Cruise - Save €11.50!

Free Bike Tour of Berlin – worth €24.00!

 Free Bike Tour of Berlin - worth €24.00!

Free €15.00 Walking Tour with a Berlin Pass

 Free €15.00 Walking Tour with a Berlin Pass

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Thursday 31st July 2014 • Posted Under - Paris Pass News

New Code & Top Museum Attractions With The Paris Pass

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New Code & Top Museum Attractions With The Paris Pass

At The Paris Pass, we have a new voucher code for August for you to push:

Code – PPAUG6
Promotion – 6% off all passes (cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer)
Expires – 31-08-2014

The Paris Pass gives you free entry into over 60 top museums and monuments in the city. From Iconic landmarks and art galleries showcasing world renown masterpieces, through to museums exploring Paris’ rich culture and history – there is something for everyone.

 

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Free Entry to The Museum of the Army

Free Entry to The Museum of the Army

The Army Museum at Les Invalides was originally built by Louis XIV as a hospital and home for disabled soldiers. It now houses the Tomb of Napoleon and the museum of the Army of France. The museum has a huge collection of military paraphernalia dating from antiquity to the present day.

The Musée de L’Armée was established in 1905 by merging the Artillery Museum and the Historical Army Museum. It contains 500,000 objects, including weapons, armour, artillery, uniforms, emblems and paintings.

Free Entry to Saint Chapelle with The Paris Pass

Free Entry to Saint Chapelle with The Paris Pass

Sainte-Chapelle was an architectural and aesthetic marvel of its day and at one time the most important and holy place in the whole world.

Built during the second half of the 13th century by Louis IX, Saint Chapelle is a place of extraordinary religious symbolism. Residing within the Palais de la Cité itself, this chapel is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture; the roof appears to be supported by stained-glass so that this magical space feels like the inside of a jewel.

Free Entry to The Palace of Malmaison

 Free Entry to The Palace of Malmaison

The Châteaux de Malmaison, also known as the Palace of Malmaison, takes its name from the Normans who once invaded France.

Built in the 18th century the Palace of Malmaison had been owned by rich families for centuries, but during the French Revolution, they were forced to sell it to Joséphine Bonaparte, wife of Napoléon.

House of Auguste Rodin at Meudon

 House of Auguste Rodin at Meudon

Built in the style of Louis XIII the Maison d’Auguste Rodin a Meudon villa on the outskirts of Paris was the home and workshop of the sculptor Auguste Rodin. The premiere sculptor of his time in France, Rodin moved to Meudon in 1893 where he lived with his lifetime companion Rose Beuret.

Châteaux de Champs-Sur-Marne – get FREE entry with the Paris Pass

Châteaux de Champs-Sur-Marne - get FREE entry with the Paris Pass

Built on the river Marne in the early 18th century, the Château de Champs-sur-Marne is the archetypal leisure mansion.

Once owned by the Princess of Conti, the Duke of La Vallière and the Marquise de Pompadour, the Château de Champs has played host to a number of famous guests.

Save at Château de Vincennes with a Paris Pass

Save at Château de Vincennes with a Paris Pass

The Château de Vincennes is an imposing 13th century fortress which has stood at the heart of French history since its construction. Over the years this Paris sight has served as a prison, a fortress, and the site of numerous royal births, marriages, and executions.

Save at Compiegne Château with a Paris Pass

Save at Compiegne Château with a Paris Pass

The Château de Compiègne was a royal residence built for Louis XV and restored by Napoleon. It was one of three seats of royal government, the others being Versailles and Fontainebleau.

Château de Compiègne was the preferred summer residence for the monarchs of France who would come to hunt in the nearby forest. Louis XIV stayed in the château some 75 times. Louis XV was even more enamoured.

Save at The Rambouillet Palace with a Paris Pass!

Save at The Rambouillet Palace with a Paris Pass!

The Château de Rambouillet, which is the summer residence for the Presidents of France, is located in the town of Rambouillet, 30 miles southwest of Paris.

The Château was originally a simple fortified manor dating back to 1368. Over time it was converted into a glorious Renaissance style château.

Free Entry to Chateau Fontainebleau in Paris

Free Entry to Chateau Fontainebleau in Paris

The magnificent Château du Fontainebleau has been the main summer residence for French Monarchs for hundreds of years. Starting life as a hunting lodge in the 12th century, it was replaced by a Renaissance-style château in 1538 and subsequently enlarged by a succession of kings.

Save at Villa Savoye with a Paris Pass

Save at Villa Savoye with a Paris Pass

The Villa Savoye is a masterpiece of 20th century design and one of the greatest works by the Swiss architect Le Corbusier. Situated at Poissy, outside of Paris, the Villa Savoye is very distinctive and quite stunning.

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Thursday 31st July 2014 • Posted Under - London Pass News

New Promo Code & Top Historical Buildings At The London Pass

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New Promo Code & Top Historical Buildings At The London Pass

At The London Pass, we have a new voucher code for August for you to push:

Code – LPAUG6
Promotion – 6% off all passes (cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer)
Expires – 31-08-2014

Historic sights included on the London Pass are world famous ‘must sees’ such as the Tower of London, Windsor Castle, Kensington Palace, Tower Bridge and many more landmarks that are certain to fascinate any visitor.

Visiting London is an unforgettable experience and there is a true breadth of history going back hundreds of years. Round almost every corner there are landmark sights with their own story, and architectural style.

Paying a visit to many historic places would normally be expensive, but whilst you are here you really shouldn’t pass on London greatest landmarks. The London Pass will guide you round everything you wish to see with free entry and fast track admission at so many amazing sights.

 

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Visit The Royal Albert Hall for Free – Save £12.00

Visit The Royal Albert Hall for Free - Save £12.00

Opened in 1871 the Royal Albert Hall London is one of the capital’s most prestigious historic buildings and tourist attractions. It has been the scene of over 150,000 performances including the celebrated BBC Proms.

Visit The Banqueting House with The London Pass

Visit The Banqueting House with The London Pass

Designed by Inigo Jones for King James I and completed in 1622, The Banqueting House is the only complete surviving building of Whitehall Palace, the sovereign’s principal residence from 1530 until 1698 when it was destroyed by fire. It was also the site of King Charles I execution in 1649.

Visit The Benjamin Franklin House in London

Visit The Benjamin Franklin House in London

Benjamin Franklin House in central London – the historic residence for one of the Founding Fathers of America.

Located on Craven Street, just a short walk from Trafalgar Square, this historical building dates from circa 1730 and was the residence of Benjamin Franklin in London between 1757 and 1775, during which time this extraordinary man was involved with mediation between America and Britain as well as his groundbreaking scientific studies.

Save at Apsley House with a London Pass!

Save at Apsley House with a London Pass!

Designed by Robert Adam and built between 1771 and 1778, Apsley House on Hyde Park Corner is one of the most magnificent of London’s grand houses. The house is best known as the home of the Duke of Wellington after his retirement from a dazzling military career that culminated in his historic victory over Napoleon at Waterloo in 1815.

Visit Kensington Palace with a London Pass

Visit Kensington Palace with a London Pass

As one of central London’s royal residences, Kensington Palace has been a home and refuge to the royal family since the 17th century. Now, it is the official residence to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – otherwise known as our familiar Kate and Wills. Built in 1605, it has roots in Jacobean architecture and was first known as Nottingham House. Now it is one of London’s most exquisite palaces and comes with acres of manicured gardens and the world famous Orangery.

Free Entry to Royal Mews with a London Pass!

Free Entry to Royal Mews with a London Pass!

Discover a living part of Britain’s Royal heritage at the Royal Mews in central London.

The Royal Mews is one of the finest working stables anywhere in the world and home to the royal collection of historic coaches and carriages, the stables are still to this day responsible for all road travel arrangements for Her Majesty The Queen.

Save at Eltham Palace with a London Pass!

Save at Eltham Palace with a London Pass!

Eltham Palace is an impressive historical site that has been linked with a distinguished line of Royal figures since its construction in the 1300s. For hundreds of years it was a key residence for the monarchy, even housing a young Henry VIII; by the 1630s, the palace had passed into new ownership and continued to change hands until Civil War when it was used as a barn!

Save at the Wernher Collection at Ranger’s House

Save at the Wernher Collection at Ranger's House

Built in 1723, Ranger’s House is an elegant redbrick Georgian villa on the edge of Greenwich Park with the Meridian Line passing through its grounds. While the history of the building itself is worth investigation in its own right it is its role as possibly the finest Greenwich art gallery that it is most widely known.

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Thursday 31st July 2014 • Posted Under - Slendertone US News

New Product : Slendertone Bottom

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New Product : Slendertone Bottom

The Slendertone Bottom Toner (Active Lift) uses advanced clinically proven toning technology to exercise the muscles in your bottom, giving you a firmer and more toned bottom in just 4-6 weeks! Slendertone Bottom Toner (Active Lift) features: • 4 bottom toning programs from beginner to advanced • 0-99 intensity levels for maximum effectiveness • Built-in warm up and cool down phases to ensure correct muscle usage. • Intelligent training system to auto-progress through the programs. • Requires rechargeable and interchangeable Activator Controller (included) • Product should be used for 20 minutes a day, 5 days a week for 4-6 weeks for best results!

 

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Slendertone Bottom Toner

Slendertone Bottom Toner

Tones and firms the bottom – 99 intensity levels, 4 programs. Results in 4-6 weeks. Includes the Slendertone Controller

Was $149.99
Now $99.99

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Wednesday 30th July 2014 • Posted Under - Berlin Pass News

Sale Extended At The Berlin Pass

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Sale Extended At The Berlin Pass

The Berlin Pass sale has been extended!

Save 10% on the Berlin Pass!

Offer Ends: Thursday 31st July

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to see the current price list.

We would also like to provide you with a selection of museums from Berlin Pass Top Attractions. Berlin is home to some of the most exciting museums in Europe. With such as wide variety – there is something to suit all tastes. The city even has a whole area dedicated to some of the most internationally significant museums on the “ Berlin Museum Island”.

 

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Free entry to the Georg Kolbe Museum

 Free entry to the Georg Kolbe Museum

The Georg Kolbe Museum is set with the former residence of the late artist with the studio and surrounding gardens featuring sculptures by Gerog Kolbe.

The museum came about because the artist willed in his testament that the house should be opened to public as a gallery to showcase his work. Many of the artwork can be showcased in their original surroundings for the first time.

Save at the Natural History Museum in Berlin

 Save at the Natural History Museum in Berlin

The Natural History Museum in Berlin offers visitors an insight into the prehistoric world with a number of dinosaur skeletons and interactive multimedia displays.

There are many superbly reconstructed skeletons, none more impressive than the dinosaur head at the entrance which appears to be looking through the wall. At the heart of the “World of Dinosaurs” exhibition is the world’s biggest dinosaur skeleton, a Brachiosaurus, which stands over 13 metres tall.

The “Evolution in Africa” exhibition has over 3,000 mounted species on display, many designed in a way to highlight the evolution process such as how Zebras developed stripes!

Save at the Anne Frank Centre with a Berlin Pass

 Save at the Anne Frank Centre with a Berlin Pass

The Anne Frank Center, the German partner organisation of Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, is located directly adjacent to the Hackesche Höfe in Berlin’s Mitte district.

The main exhibition ‘Anne Frank. Here & Now’ is focused around the diary and life story of a young Jewish girl, who fled from Frankfurt to Amsterdam with her family in 1933, and lived in hiding in a back building between 1942 and 1944.

Photographs illustrate Anne Frank’s life story, highlighted by interviews with her father, her classmate, and a helper.

Free Entry to the Berlin Film Museum

 Free Entry to the Berlin Film Museum

The Berlin Film Museum, known locally as Museum fur Film und Fernsehen, illuminates the history of film and television.

Opened in 1963, the museum explores the world of cinema and film from the first moving images through to digital film.

It houses a permanent exhibition on the “History of German Films” which displays many articles of the museum’s collection unpublished vintage photographs and film. Also, the “History of German Television” details the history of both East and West Germany, making a very intriguing insight.

Save at the Scharf-Gerstenberg Collection

 Save at the Scharf-Gerstenberg Collection

Sammlung Scharf Gerstenberg is an art museum housed over 3 floors with a range of paintings and sculptures from the surrealist period.

Visitors can expect to see art work from artists such as Piranesi, Goya, Magritte and Dubuffet.

The exhibition labelled “Surreal Worlds” showcases over 250 works from the surrealist movement.

Free entry to Bauhaus with a Berlin Pass

 Free entry to Bauhaus with a Berlin Pass

The Bauhaus Archive is a presentation of the history and work of Bauhaus, the most important school of architecture, design & art in 20th century Germany.

The extensive collections showcase artefacts which demonstrate the achievements made by the school in the field of design, architecture, art, education and photography. It is the most complete collection of work found anywhere.

The exhibitions and collections are displayed within an impressive building designed by Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius and is a commonly known landmark in the city.

Save at the Musical Instrument Museum in Berlin

 Save at the Musical Instrument Museum in Berlin

The Musical Instrument museum displays treasures from 400 years of musical history with a live performance every Saturday.

Visitors can explore 3,500 musical instruments from the 16th century onward such as Bach’s harpsichord, Carl Maria von Weber’s fortepiano, transverse flutes, a portable harpsichord that belonged to Frederick the Great, wind instruments, violins and the largest cinema and open theatre organ in Europe.

Free entry to Neues Museum with a Berlin Pass

 Free entry to Neues Museum with a Berlin Pass

Found on the popular and iconic Museum Island in Berlin, the Neues Museum, or New Museum, is another popular destination with visitors to the city.

Opened in 2009, the museum is home to the treasures from the Egyptian Museum and the Papyrus Collection as well as pieces from the Museum of Pre-History and Early History – a new exhibition dedicated to the origins of mankind.

Visitors can discover thousands of years of history about the ancient world from the Far East to the Atlantic and from North Africa to Scandinavia, all presented in remarkable breadth and depth.

Free entry to the Brücke Museum in Berlin

 Free entry to the Brücke Museum in Berlin

The Brücke Museum is a small museum that’s home to over 400 paintings and sculptures by a group of artists called “Brucke “.

The group was founded by four students from Dresden in the early 1900’s and the “Brucke”s critical attitude towards traditional painting saw the beginnings of an artistic movement later called “Expressionism”.

Situated in Grunewald , the Brucke Museums location mirrors one of the key principles of the “Brucke” group – the connection to nature and the natural environment.

The Brucke Museum exhibits over 400 paintings and sculptures as well as thousands of drawings and watercolours from Karl Schmidt-Rottluff and Erich Heckel.

Free entry to the Middle Eastern Museum in Berlin

 Free entry to the Middle Eastern Museum in Berlin

The Middle Eastern Museum is located in the southwest basement of the Pergamon Museum on Museum Island in central Berlin. It is seen as one of the most important collections of antique oriental objects in the world.

The exhibition covers over 6,000 years of history, culture and artwork all discover by German archaeologists. Many pieces originate from today’s states of Iraq, Syria and Turkey from ancient cities such as Babylon.

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Friday 25th July 2014 • Posted Under - Berlin Pass News

Sale & Star Attractions At The Berlin Pass

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Sale & Star Attractions At The Berlin Pass

The Berlin Pass sale is now on!

Sale – Save 10% on the Berlin Pass!
Start: Friday 25th July
Finish: Tuesday 29th July

Berlin is a city packed with loads of great attractions, from museums and art galleries to historic buildings and monuments there are so many great sights.

The Berlin Pass includes over 55 top attractions in Berlin that are popular with visitors all year round such as the must-see Museum Island attractions and even a hop-on-hop-off bus tour!

Below you’ll see a selection of the star attractions!

 

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Free entry to the Jewish Museum Berlin

 Free entry to the Jewish Museum Berlin

The Jewish Museum Berlin is set with one of the most exciting pieces of contemporary architecture found in Berlin. Opened on 9th September 2011 the zigzag-like museum was based on a design of American architect Daniel Libeskind.

Permanent exhibitions at the museum are dedicated to the history and life of German Jews. In addition to this the interior features a windowless Holocaust Tower and outside there is a Garden of Exile, designed in a way to reflect the isolation and disorientation of life in exile.

Free entry to Bode Museum – Save €10

 Free entry to Bode Museum - Save €10

The Bode Museum is home to a rare collection of sculptures from the middle ages to early renaissance. A large collection of Byzantine Art, coins and medals can be found at this popular museum.

From 1997 to 2006 the museum was closed whilst it went under extensive renovations. The Bode Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island has an impressive three-winged museum complex and is located on the northern-most tip of the island, directly alongside the Spree River.

From the river, the museum, which was built in 1904, gives the impression of a gigantic ship above the waterline.

It is the museums Coin Cabinet, “The Münzkabinett”, which is the most impressive, it holds approximately 500,000 pieces and is complemented by a gallery specifically for children.

Free entry to the Egyptian Museum Berlin

 Free entry to the Egyptian Museum Berlin

The Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection in Berlin is popular with visitors to the city for is world renown collection of ancient artefacts.

The museum’s collection features sculptures of Pharaohs, decorated coffins, books of the death and other objects, many of which were found in temples and graves of ancient Egypt.

The most famous artefact of the museum is the bust of Nefertiti, an elegant sculpture which sits in its own dedicated room. Also on exhibition is Berlin’s “Green Head” a piece dating back to 500BC and takes it name from the green stone it’s made from.

Free entry to Altes Museum with a Berlin Pass

 Free entry to Altes Museum with a Berlin Pass

Built between 1823 and 1830, the Altes Museum, or the Museum of the Ancient World, is one of five museums that make up the famous Museum Island in central Berlin.

A permanent exhibition at the museum called “New Antiquity in the Old Museum” showcases a number of pieces of art and sculptures from ancient Greek and Roman times.

There are references to Rome within the architectural design of the Altes Museum building; the 18 iconic columns, the atriums and grand staircase are all elements to be admired.

Free Entry to The Berlin History Museum

 Free Entry to The Berlin History Museum

The Berlin History Museum, or The Historiale Berlin Museum, offers a vivid overview of Berlin’s turbulent history using multimedia displays, films, scenic representations and historical exhibits.

Every visitor receives an audio guide available in ten languages to guide you through the museum. History will not only be shown but also narrated.

The museum serves as a gateway for other museums and memorial sites from a modern historical perspective.

Free entry to Berlin Cathedral with a Berlin Pass

 Free entry to Berlin Cathedral with a Berlin Pass

The magnificent Berliner Dom, also known as the Berlin Cathedral, is one of the most iconic structures to be found in the city and is popular with many visitors.

This neo-Baroque building was built in 1905, has been restored after been large destroyed during World War II. The impressive dome is a key feature of the Cathedral with the dome gallery offering good views of central Berlin.

Inside this striking building visitors will find a museum detailing the history of the Cathedral and its design. The Hohenzollern Crypt also draws the attention of many visitors with its 94 entombments, some dating back to the 16th century.

Save at the Neue National Gallery in Berlin

 Save at the Neue National Gallery in Berlin

The Neue National Gallery is home to the 20th Century art collections of Berlin’s state Museums. Set within a striking glass building, the gallery presents a collection of work by Cubism, Expressionism, Bauhaus, Group Zero surrealism artists.

The museum holds masterpieces from popular artists such as Picasso, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Paul Klee and Max Beckmann.

Art lovers can discover a number of important sculptures and paintings from “Brucke” artist group, who are credited as the founders of expressionism. A particular highlight found in the Neue Museum is “Postdamer Platz” by Kirchner, it’s a scene of this historic location shortly after the start of World War I.

Deutsche Bank KunstHalle

 Deutsche Bank KunstHalle

The Deutsche Bank KunstHalle in Berlin is a unique art gallery as most of the work displayed has been specially commissioned for the exhibition hall.

Almost everything you find here was created specifically for the exhibition hall of the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle: commissioned works by international artists – mostly sculptures and space installations, but also paintings and drawings. Imi Knoebel, Wangechi Mutu and Phoebe Washburn are just some of the well-known artists, who have shown their pieces here in the past. The exhibition programme is complemented by topical expositions with works by famous artists like Camille Pissarro, Paul Klee or Piet Mondrian.

Visit the Olympic Stadium for free – Save €7.00

 Visit the Olympic Stadium for free - Save €7.00

The Olympic Stadium was designed by architect Werner March and was built between 1934 and 1936 for the controversial Summer Olympic Games in 1936. The stadium’s clean geometric lines are reminiscent of ancient sport facilities, and it has a capacity of 100,000.

Today the stadium is at the heart of sporting life in Berlin, hosting football matches, including the final of the 2006 FIFA World Cup, and other world class events.

Save €12.50 at The Checkpoint Charlie Museum

 Save €12.50 at The Checkpoint Charlie Museum

Checkpoint Charlie Museum or the Mauer Museum is a key landmark both for geographical and historical reasons. Situated at the Checkpoint Charlie border crossing, the museum was founded in 1962 and details the history of the Berlin Wall and incidents surrounding it.

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Friday 25th July 2014 • Posted Under - London Pass News

Sale Starts On Sunday At London Pass

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Sale Starts On Sunday At London Pass

The London Pass Sale starts on Sunday! Here are the details…

Save 10% on a 3 & 6 day London Pass!

Start: Sunday 27th July
Finish: Thursday 31st July

If you have any opportunities for extra promotions and need anything from us, please get in contact.

We also wanted to highlight some of the London Tours & Cruises which can be found on the Attractions page.

 

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Visit the Tower of London with The London Pass

Visit the Tower of London with The London Pass

The Tower of London is one of the world’s most famous fortresses and has seen service as royal palace, prison, armoury and even a zoo. The ancient stones hold within them dark secrets, as fortified vaults shine with priceless jewels and historic uniformed Beefeaters stroll the grounds. Situated in Central London, just a stone’s throw from the River Thames, the Tower of London is one of the city’s premier attractions.

Visit Windsor Castle for Free – Saving £18.50!

Visit Windsor Castle for Free - Saving £18.50!

Factor in a short trip outside London to visit the impressive and historic Windsor Castle. Famous for its architecture and longstanding Royal place of residence, the Castle was built in the 11th century after the Norman invasion. As well as having been used as a military headquarters during the Civil War and as a refuge for the royal family during WWII, Windsor Castle is now Queen Elizabeth II’s favourite weekend home.

Visit Hampton Court Palace with The London Pass

Visit Hampton Court Palace with The London Pass

Hampton Court Palace is the former home of the flamboyant King Henry VIII. He extended and developed this grand palace after acquiring it in the 1520s and its many royal occupants have furnished the palace with decadent tapestries and paintings throughout the centuries. Set in 60 acres of formal gardens, including the famous maze and Great Vine, this palace is well worth a visit.

Free Jason’s Canal Boat Trip with London Pass

Free Jason's Canal Boat Trip with London Pass

Jason’s Trip is the original Regent’s Canal tour and has been operating since 1951. Jason is an authentic 108-year-old canal boat which was originally used as a cargo-vessel on the canals before being fitted with a diesel engine and converted to passenger-carrying duties.

The tour runs between Little Venice and Camden lock. It takes about forty-five minutes for a one way trip, and you can choose a direction you wish to travel in. During the trip from Little Venice to Camden there is a live commentary from our trained guide who will tell you all about the canal’s history from 1800 to the present day.

Free Entry to The London Tower Bridge Exhibition

Free Entry to The London Tower Bridge Exhibition

Tower Bridge is one of the most impressive structures and sites in the capital and has stood over the River Thames since 1894. As well as being one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world, it is one of the most visited attractions in London and continues to be a working bridge to this day.

The Tower Bridge Exhibition lets you discover the history of the Bridge and how it was built, through interactive displays and videos about the landmark its place in the history of the River Thames.

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Friday 25th July 2014 • Posted Under - Paris Pass News

The Paris Pass Sale & Top Attractions

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The Paris Pass Sale & Top Attractions

The Paris Pass Sale starts on Sunday! Here are the details…

Sale – Save up to €15 on The Paris Pass!

Start: Sunday 27th July
Finish: Thursday 31st July

If you have any opportunities for extra promotions and need anything from us, please get in contact.

We also wanted to highlight the top 12 attractions, which can be seen below.

 

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Paris Big Bus Tour

Paris Big Bus Tour

Discover the main sights of the city in the original and relaxed way, with a 1 day hop on hop off bus tour of Paris by Les Cars Rouges. Each lap lasts approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes, and features all of the main sights of central Paris.

Enjoy a Free Wine Tasting in Paris – Worth €30!

Enjoy a Free Wine Tasting in Paris - Worth €30!

Paris Pass holders get Free entry to Ô Château’s “Wine, 2, 3 tasting session” – that’s a fantastic saving of 30 Euros! This introductory session includes the tasting of 3 French wines (whites & reds) and takes please in Ô Château’s historic cellar, central Paris.

Free Entry to Palace of Versailles – Save €18!

Free Entry to Palace of Versailles - Save €18!

The Palace of Versailles, is one of the largest and most opulent castles in the world. Boasting around 2,143 windows, 1,252 fireplaces, and 67 staircases, the Castle is one of the most visited attractions in France.

Save €13 on a Paris River Cruise!

Save €13 on a Paris River Cruise!

Cruise up the majestic Seine and discover the sights of Paris from a new perspective with the Paris Pass! From the water it is possible to see the bridges and monuments of Paris as you could never hope to from land.

Free Tickets to Louvre Museum – Save €12

Free Tickets to Louvre Museum - Save €12

The Louvre Museum is unquestionably one of the finest art galleries in the world. Home to thousands of classic and modern masterpieces, the Louvre is the jewel in the crown of French culture, a towering testament to European civilisation and history.

Free entry to Grevin Wax Museum – Saving €23.50!

Free entry to Grevin Wax Museum - Saving €23.50!

The Musée Grévin may astound the visitor with its dramatic lifelike scenes of historical and modern Paris. Over 300 wax figures of the world’s most famous people dramatically posed in amazing scenes. See stunning recreations of the major events in French and world history.

Visit Towers of Notre Dame Cathedral – Save €8.50

Visit Towers of Notre Dame Cathedral - Save €8.50

The construction of the Gothic Notre Dame Cathedral, undertaken at the initiative of Maurice de Sully, began about 1160 and amazingly was completed within 40 years.

Free Entry to The Dali Museum – Save €11.50

Free Entry to The Dali Museum - Save €11.50

The two-floor Dali exhibition is located in Montmartre, one of Paris’s loveliest neighbourhoods and enduring home to the city’s artists and philosophers. The museum focuses particularly on the creative process that produced some of Dali’s most famous works. It contains a fine collection of his paintings, drawings, cartoons, and sculptures.

Visit Centre Pompidou for free – Save €13!

Visit Centre Pompidou for free - Save €13!

The Centre Pompidou is Europe’s most important museum of modern art and one of the worlds most significant art galleries.

Save €14.50 at The Montparnasse Tower

Save €14.50 at The Montparnasse Tower

In just 38 seconds, Europe’s fastest elevator will take you to a height of 196 meters (over 640 ft) where the outdoor observatory, accessible from the 56th floor through a flight of stairs, offers a totally different viewing experience.

Free Entry to Paris Opera House – Save over €14!

Free Entry to Paris Opera House - Save over €14!

The Palais Garnier is the thirteenth theatre to house the Paris Opera since it was founded by Louis XIV in 1669. A supremely beautiful building, the Paris Opera House was designed by the architect Charles Garnier and built between 1860 and 1875.

Free entry to The Paris Story – Save €10.50

Free entry to The Paris Story - Save €10.50

The Paris Story is a new and unique museum which will take you from the prehistoric settlements to the Middle Ages, through the renaissance, revolutions, restoration, wars, and upheavals. The Paris Experience and Miniature Paris let you see the city as never before. Miniature Paris gives an aerial view of the city on a 3-D model, allowing you to identify and read descriptions about the major city sights. The Paris Experience shows short films about Paris, each highlighting a different topic and shown in 3-D – no glasses required!

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