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5 Great Ways to Enjoy Beautiful Mallorca

View of Estellencs, Serra de Tramuntana, Mallorca

The sunny island of Mallorca is one of my favorites, it has something that always makes me return. Walking on cliffs, swimming in calm turquoise waters and strolling in the old town of Palma are my ways to enjoy the beautiful Mallorca. Or should I go hiking in the mountains, or just drive across the countryside? I can do all ...

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Self-Guided Dublin Walking Tour: Dublin’s Top Sights

Dublin door

Dublin, Ireland is a cosmopolitan city that draws millions of tourists. The city has something that makes people want to visit, time after time. Maybe the pubs and Irish music or maybe Dublin’s past, present or future? Or is it the Liffey and the waterways with Georgian houses and Dublin doors? I spent a week in Dublin and walked a ...

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Giant’s Causeway Day Trip from Dublin

Giants Causeway high stone columns

While Clas was at his conference I had a whole week in Dublin on my own. Yet after two days walking I felt like getting out from the city, just a little bit. I had seen most of the sights already and wanted to see more of the country. So I checked what there was and decided to go on a ...

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The Lake Country of Finland: Lake Näsijärvi Reflections

Virrat boat sheds before storm

The Finnish lake country with its 187 000 lakes is the perfect summer destination. There are lakes to suit all tastes – small and big, narrow and wide – and on calm days they all reflect like a mirror. I was boating on Lake Näsijärvi, the 16th of the lakes in size and made this photo gallery to show you ...

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Places to Visit in Denmark: North Jutland

The sand-buried church, Denmark

  Among the places to visit in Denmark North Jutland is a special one. Suberb beaches, high sand dunes, castles and half-timbered houses make the area worth a summer trip. And what about a sand-buried church and a collapsing lighthouse? I didn’t know much of this area in the north of Denmark but when my husband had a business meeting ...

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Rome Centro Storico in 25 Evening Photos

Pantheon after dark

Rome Centro Storico is a great place for an evening stroll. As the evening lights go on the architectural treasures of Rome’s historic center begin to glow. And you will see that they look even more amazing than at daytime.  At night Rome’s attractions show their best and you can clearly see all the fine details in them. I was wandering through ...

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Southern Konnevesi National Park in 24 Hours

Southern Konnevesi, Finland

Southern Konnevesi National Park is one of Finland’s 40 national parks open to everyone to explore on foot – or by boat. We made a short 25 hour trip to this new fantastic national park located in the Finnish lakeland.  My post shows you what you can do in Southern Konnevesi National Park and how you can get there. We ...

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Florence in One Day: Explore the UNESCO Listed City

Ponte Vecchio from Uffici, Florence

If you are visiting Rome or touring Tuscany make a one day trip to Florence. The UNESCO listed Tuscan capital is a world class sight and you will enjoy it. Since the historic Florence is packed into a small area you can easily see it in one day. To help you explore Florence on foot I made a walking itinerary ...

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Top 10 Sights in Rome: a Walking Itinerary

Piazza Navona fountain, Rome

Rome is a city packed with history. There are historic sights at every corner and it’s hard to choose where to go. I made a walking map of Rome that shows you the top 10 sights of the Italian capital that is a city of 3 million people. My itinerary shows you the UNESCO World Heritage listed Old Town and ...

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Day Trip from Funchal: Curral das Freiras

Curral das Freiras Madeira

Curral das Freiras, the Valley of the Nuns, is a hidden valley in the mountains north of Funchal, Madeira. You can easily visit this stunning valley by car from Funchal, it’s just a half and hour’s drive.  The nuns found the place in 1566 and lived there in isolation. The only connection to the outer world was a winding footpath ...

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