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Cleanmo TEN European Countries Tour and Visiting Customers

Cleanmo TEN European Countries Tour and Visiting Customers

2023-08-23

In order to promote communication with customers and strengthen mutual trust and connection, after the COVID-19 liberalized control in China, Cleanmo started planning this ten-country tour in Europe, and at the same time, visited our customers on the spot.

 

This trip will take nearly a month. Starting from China, flying to Poland, Germany, France, Finland, Monaco, Italy, Spain, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the United Kingdom. Let's go travel with us!

 

1. Poland

The Polish customers were very enthusiastic and prepared a sumptuous dinner for us. Not only did they order a lot of local specialties, but they also ordered Chinese roast duck. After dinner, they took a stroll around Lodz. Although we were very tired, they were touched by the enthusiasm of the customers.

The customers are all of similar age. The big boss Erik is unexpectedly young. The topics everyone talks about are more casual and fun. The customers are very nice. In the end, we immediately finalized the order for cleanroom swabs with the them.

2. Germany

We visited many attractions in Berlin, the capital of Germany, the most representative one is the Berlin Wall, as well as old churches, museums, East Berlin, West Berlin, etc. We left Berlin by train at night and went to another city. We were very grateful to my German friends who have been with us for three days accompanied all the way, helping us solve all the travel problems. Thanks him a lot.

In the next few days, we visited the Maria Church in Munich and the Imperial Palace in Munich. Met with clients at noon and talked for several hours. In the afternoon, we visited the BMW Centennial Museum and then went to the British Park.

Here, we feel the free spirit of the Germans. Everyone is full of energy and youthful, which is great!

3. France

In Paris, France, we went to the Louvre, Notre Dame de Paris, Shakespeare and Bookstore, and after meeting the clients, we walked to the Champs Elysees to see the Seine River, the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe. Paris is a wonderful city!

4. Finland

Another colleague and we split our troops to visit clients in Finland. She arrived in Helsinki after 7 o'clock in the evening, then visited a client the next day.

She visited the Rock Church, the only church in the world built in rock, the top of the church is supported by copper mesh, like a flying saucer. After 10 o'clock in the evening, the sky began to darken, the lights came on, and the nightlife here began. In these few days, she seldom meet Chinese tourists in these countries, but she ran into one of her customers who came here also for  a business trip.

5. Monaco

Monaco is located in the southwestern part of Europe, surrounded by France on three sides and on the south by the Mediterranean Sea. The total area is 2.08 square kilometers, with a population of just over 40,000. We spent a day traveling across three countries. We drove from Nice, France in the morning, and arrived in Monaco in an hour. We visited the whole of Monaco in half a day. The next stop was the small town of Sanremo in Italy, which can be reached in an hour by car.

6. Italy - France - Spain

Return to Nice from Italy in the morning, pass by and visit the French perfume factory, nudist beach, Nice Côte d'Azur, Cannes red carpet, Monroe wall and Festival Palace red carpet, Lake Holy Cross, Valensole lavender base, drive to Barcelona, Spain!

7. Spain

We went to the popular town of Legend of the Blue Sea: Tossa Town. Stroll through the most bustling avenues and squares in Barcelona, and admire the kissing wall / La Rambla, plaza Cataluña, and paseo de gracia. Visit the world's greatest church and the world's greatest unfinished building, the Sagrada Familia. The Gaudi three-piece set that must be visited in Barcelona is completely dreamy, poetic, and exquisite works. Our order of visits is Casa Batllo-Casa Mila-Sagrada Familia.

8. Serbia

The itinerary in Serbia is relatively easy. After breakfast, drive to the small town of Zemun to experience the leisurely and slow life of the town. The highest point is Gardosta (exterior), where you can enjoy the panoramic view of the old city of Zemun, the Danube and the distant scenery Belgrade city.

Cabin on the river--This wooden hut, once featured in National Geographic magazine, has stood quietly on the Drina River for nearly half a century. It is considered by the locals to represent the spirit of Serbia and has become a major landmark in Serbia. Zlatibor is a unique pine forest "oxygen bar", which only belongs to Serbia, and there is no second one in Europe. According to medical research, the rosin smell from the pine trees of "Jinsongling" has a miraculous auxiliary therapeutic effect on blood diseases and lung diseases.

9. Bosnia and Herzegovina

Take the Sargan 8, a small-gauge steam railway originally built in 1925. Visit the Mohammad Pasha Soklovic Bridge. The Yellow Fortress Sunset--Do you still remember "Walter Defends Sarajevo", this is the hillside where the officer overlooks the whole city. Standing here, standing on the hillside of the Yellow Fort, you can have a panoramic view of the entire old city, and the largest Muslim cemetery in Sarajevo will also appear in front of you, and the tombstones are very shocking.

The capital, Sarajevo, was the trading base of the Ottoman Empire and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Over the past 600 years, it has been strongly influenced by the great empires from the East and the West, which is what makes Sarajevo's sightseeing so attractive. Visiting historical sites is also the "fuse of World War I" Latin Bridge, where the Archduke Ferdinand, the crown prince of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, was assassinated by the Serbian youth Princip, which detonated the First World War.

10. The UK

We stayed in the UK for the longest time of this trip, visited Cambridge University, a wine factory, visited the Tesla exhibition hall of the father of alternating current, and did a discharge test!

1) The London Eye, also known as the Millennium Wheel, is designed to welcome the New Year. It is located on the banks of the River Thames in London and is a landmark of London. The London Eye opened in 2000, with a total height of 135 meters, and was the largest Ferris wheel in the world at that time;

2) Buckingham Palace is the place where the Queen of England works and lives in London, the administrative headquarters of the royal family, and one of the few royal palaces still in use in the world today.

3) Big Ben is the clock tower of the British Parliament (Westminster Palace). It was built on the Thames River in London in 1859. It is one of the famous ancient clocks and landmarks in London.

4) The Thames River is the famous mother river in the UK, which runs across the city of London. In the history of the UK, the Thames River Basin occupies a pivotal position and can be called a flowing history.

And visited Westminster Abbey, Windsor Castle, Tower Bridge, The third Greenwich Observatory, The British Museum, York, River Ouse and so on...

 

During this nearly one month travel, we not only visited various clients from Europe, but also visited almost all famous places in ten European countries. Although it was very tiring, every day was indeed so fulfilling and happy! I hope to have the opportunity to go to these countries next time and learn more about the culture of each country. Also want to go to different countries and meet clients from other countries. Emails are cold and phone calls are boring. Only when we meet can we know that our customers are so enthusiastic and nice!


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