Inuit art in Canada, relief for the congested road network on Rugen and – once again – bad news for cruise lovers: news from the travel world.
Winnipeg (dpa / tmn) – In the future, travelers going to Canada will be able to visit the Inuit works of art in the city of Winnipeg. In the capital of the province of Manitoba, the new center of art of Inuit QAUMAJUQ will open in late March after several years of construction, as announced by Travel Manitoba. The museum is part of the Winnipeg Art Gallery and showcases the world’s largest public collection of contemporary and traditional Inuit art with over 14,000 exhibits such as sculpture, prints, paintings, ceramics and textiles. Inuit are the indigenous people of the Canadian Arctic. QAUMAJUQ means «It is bright, it is lit». Currently have one Travel alert to Canada. (www.wag.ca/qaumajuq)
Rugen: Passenger ships should be relieved from congested roads
Saline (dpa / tmn) – The newly deployed ferries operate in the summer on the Rügen between Bawan, Gager, Thiesso, Lauterbach and the Saline ferry terminals. According to the Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Tourist Board, from 8 May to 15 November 2021, two ships of the White Fleet Shipping Company and a solar-powered yacht will be operational daily from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. The trip is free to the Baltic seaside resorts of Bab, Goren, Celine and Mönchgat and a spa card holders to the city of Putbus. Road traffic should be relieved, with new connections on the Griffswolder Boden.
Coonard rises in summer
Hamburg (dpa / tmn) – Tough fair for cruises: British shipping company Cunard has canceled the voyages of three of its ships in the coming months. All cruises to the Mediterranean season of “Queen Elizabeth” and the Mediterranean season of “Queen Elizabeth” until 27 August have been canceled until October 11, 2021, as announced by Cunard. “Queen Mary 2” will not run until November 12, 2021. The shipping company cited ongoing travel restrictions around the world as the reason for the extended pause in operations.
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