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GOOD TO KNOW: The most popular holiday-targets in Europe

Europe is home to a rich variety of culture, art, architecture, history and natural beauty. Each of Europe's 50 countries has its own unique offering of amazing things to see and do. There are, however, certain attractions that stand out as the most popular.

Many of these can be found in the French capital, Paris. The City of Light's most iconic landmark, the Eiffel Tower, attracts millions of visitors a year to climb the structure, dine in one of its two restaurants, or enjoy the luscious gardens at its foot. Notre-Dame Cathedral showcases French Gothic architecture at its finest, with intricate towers, sculptures and stained-glass windows. Sacré-Cœur Basilica is beautiful both inside and out, with millions flocking to pray, meditate or climb to enjoy stunning 360-degree views of the city. The Louvre, one of the world's largest and most-visited museums, holds a wealth of art and design masterpieces, including da Vinci's Mona Lisa. The Louvre Palace itself is a historic monument, originally built in the late 12th century as a fortress. Disneyland Paris is an extremely popular holiday destination for young and old alike, with its magical array of rides, golf courses, shops and hotels.

St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City, is a Late Renaissance church regarded as one of the world's most sacred Catholic sites. It marks the burial site of St. Peter and is filled with the artworks Michelangelo, Raphael, Brunelleschi and Bernini.

The Colosseum in Rome, Italy, constructed between 70–80 AD, once held thousands of spectators who watched epic theatre productions, gruesome Gladiator battles, bullfights and even public executions. These days, however, the Colosseum is celebrated as one of the greatest works of Roman architecture, and millions travel from all around the world to admire the vast amphitheatre and its equally vast history.


Dear Customers
It might have come to your attention that AXA Germany is withdrawing from the Nato business.
As from the 1st of July 2014 AXA will no longer be accepting any new Nato contracts or any alterations of existing policies.
From the 1st of September 2014 AXA Germany will no longer renew any current policies. Customers will be informed by letter one month prior to their main renewal date direct from the Axa Nato department.
As an O.Girke/Axa customer you don’t have to worry about anything! We are working very hard on finding an alternative Insurance for  you and of course we will do anything possible to make the changes as easy as possible for you.
If you received a letter of cancellation from Axa, you still have 4 weeks to set up alternative Insurance. Just pop into your O.Girke office and we will guide you through everything.
Axa will confirm your no claims and that letter is in english. Prior to the rumours and letters/mails going around at the moment, there is NO NEED to panic. Axa isn’t going anywhere and all existing customers are still insured until their renewal date.
If you have any further questions or  thinking of changing your car after the 1st of July, then please contact your or any O.Girke office and  our friendly staff will help you.

GOOD TO KNOW: Famous Ferry Routes from Great Britain

As one of the more laid-back modes of transport, stepping onto a ferry is the perfect start to a holiday. With destinations including the French port of Calais and the city of Rotterdam, travelling by ferry will take passengers to some of the most vibrant towns and cities in the world. For the military community, arranging these travel experiences with O.Girke will provide you with advice, discounts and insurance to ensure your holiday experience are ones to remember.

For the most famous routes by ferry, it is the destination that makes them stand out. One such route takes passengers from Liverpool to Dublin. With the picturesque landscape of the Glendalough valley and the awe-inspiring Cliffs of Moher, Ireland is a place that attracts visitors year-round. Reaching Ireland by ferry, passengers can depart from Liverpool or Holyhead, before arriving in Dublin, Ireland’s capital city. Crossing the North Channel, the journey takes on average about 8 hours though P&O Ferries.

For ferry passengers travelling to France, a popular route to take is from Dover to Calais. The short 90 minute journey ferries you across a narrow section of the English Channel, before arriving at the port town of Calais. As one of the busiest ports in France, Calais sees a lot of tourists pass through the town every year - many destined for the sights of Paris. The operators on this route include P&O Ferries and LD Lines.

Lastly, the long established ferry service that takes passengers from the east of England to Southwest Holland. Through P&O Ferries, passengers travel a 6 hour journey from Harwich, an Essex seaport, across the North Sea and to the Hook of Holland, a western town in the Netherlands. Before taking in the sights of Holland, tourists disembark onto a large Stena Line operated terminal.

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