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2020: The Year of Motorhome Travel!

In 2020 it changed. No city breaks in Europe, no meetings on distant continents. Domestic travel is what matters, and staying safe. That’s where the idea of motorhome travel suddenly came up. One morning we woke up with the idea. This summer we will buy ...

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Italy by train and car: driving in Tuscany

Time to Start Dreaming about Travel?

Dreaming about travel? These months nobody has even thought about travel, but one day we will be free again to explore places, close and far. A time will come when you will spread out your wings and fly away like a bird, to discover your ...

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A Taghazout back street

Taghazout, a Blue Village in Morocco

Morocco is best known for its pink and honey Sahara shades, but the North African country also has its blue side. In some regions the tradition is to paint houses blue, and the Atlantic coast that has blue fishing villages. One of them is Taghazout ...

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Alfama Igreja da Graca

Great Cities to Visit More than Once

Thinking about your next travels? You like exploring the world and have already been to places, seen the magic world. Why not think about revisiting a city you’ve been to? Many cities offer so much that you can’t see it all on one trip. So ...

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Glendalough St. Kevin's Church and round stone tower

Wicklow Mountains Scenic Drive from Dublin

The Wicklow Mountains scenic drive is one of the top itineraries of Ireland. What you will see is heather slopes, vast plains and rugged wilderness, combined with fine Celtic stone constructions. We wanted to see these mountains, hired a car and set off from Dublin ...

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Lake Como weekend: Villa del Balbianello garden

Lake Como Weekend from Milan Malpensa

Looking for a weekend getaway? Lake Como in North Italy is the perfect place to go, just a 40 minute drive from Milan Malpensa airport. The fjord-like lake is the deepest in Italy, framed by mountains rising from the water. The highest mountains like Monte ...

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Piazza Santo Stefano porticoes, Bologna

Bologna: Arcades, History and Mediterranean Colors

Bologna at the foot of the Apennine mountains is a less known travel destination that easily compares to Florence and other cities. Bologna’s 38 km of arcaded streets, red and ochre-colored houses and long culinary traditions make it the perfect weekend destination. Bologna arcades are ...

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