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 Tropical Island near Berlin

 



You don’t have to go to the other end of the world to relax on a tropical beach. Right here, 60 km away from Berlin, in a mighty, you could even say astronomical air shed, there is a paradise island.

“Tropical Islands (that’s the name of the substitute of the south sea island) is 66 thousand square metres large. It was built in an enormous air shed, which originally was supposed to be an airship factory.

You ride through the forest and all of a sudden you see a mighty construction reminding tourist of a huge igloo. It is 360m long, 210m wide and 107m high. It can be a vacation resort for 8000 guest at one time. The cost of building and furnishing this tropical island turned ouit to be more than 100 million euros!

Under the Tropical Island Dome there is always a temperature of about 27 C. The designers of the object made sure the guests will have a feeling, that they really are in another part of the world.

The area of the hangar is divided into several zones. You can take a swim in the south sea (The temperature of the water is 28 C) – a lake, which is as big as 4 olympic swimming pools. They even designed a separate sandy beach. The sand is imported all the way from Italy.

If you prefer warmer water, you can take a dip in a smaller lagoon, where the water has the temperature of 32 C. The resort can also offer a tropical jungle growing on an area of 10 000 square metres. In the rainforest you can find more than 500 types of exotic plants and trees, mostly from the area of Southern Asia, but also waterfalls, marshlands and turtles, and also there are crocodiles in the planning. The resort is completed with restaurants, bars and shops located in thai, Polynesian and Balinese styled houses.

You can spend the night either in a tent or in a sunbed on the beach.





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