Travel tips in Europe

Poland's North

There are many reasons for a vacation on the Polish Baltic coast: Not only is it at least as beautiful as the German side - the prices for food and hotels are much lower.

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Corfu

Corfu - what a dream island. Along with Crete and Rhodes, Corfu is one of the most popular islands in Greece.

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Malta

The small archipelago in the southern Mediterranean, which includes the islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino, surprises and delights far beyond the well-known sights.

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Zakynthos

Turtles, shipwrecks and beaches with shallow waters. The Greek island is a paradise for cave divers, families and nature lovers.

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Tromsø and surroundings

Fascinating northern lights, impressive humpback whales and orcas right at your doorstep, adventurous snowshoe hikes and a stroll through Tromsø, Norway's northernmost city.

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Gibraltar

The tiny state in the south of the Iberian Peninsula trumps with beautiful beaches, with magnificent views of Africa and the famous Monkey Rock.

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Upper Emmental

Lovely hills, pretty farms, blossoming crocuses, rustic pubs and old crafts made by Emmental.

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Fuerteventura

More than 150 kilometres of beaches invite you to enjoy the sun and sea air and to truly feel like you’re in paradise.

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Madeira

The flower island of Madeira is only a quick jump away from the European mainland and is the ideal holiday destination for those seeking peace and quiet and those looking for adventure

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Lanzarote

Lanzarote's landscape, a great contrast of volcanoes, black and white beaches and the deep blue ocean immediately captivates you.

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Terschelling

The real island feeling - on the Dutch island of Terschelling hits you right away. The second largest West Frisian island boasts with 30 km-long sandy beach.

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Loreley

The unique landscape of the UNESCO World Heritage Upper Middle Rhine Valley, the scent of noble Riesling, the murmur of the Rhine, the legends and myths entwined around the imposing rock and the unique Rhine romanticism invite you to enjoy, explore and hike.

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Sardinia

With countless sandy beaches and bays, the Mediterranean island is a dream for swimmers, windsurfers, sailors and recreational divers. 

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Folegandros

The Greek Cycladic island impresses with its beauty and seduces with its quiet nature. A holiday on Folegandros means relaxing with a panoramic view of the Southern Aegean.

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Northern Norway

The North of Norway is best explored with a camper. Flashlights can be left at home - in summer the daylight lasts 24 hours.

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Santorini Island

White houses with blue doors and window frames, blue domes, bell towers, black and red beaches and the world-famous sunsets.

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Island Brač - Croatia

The sunny climate of the island Brač beckonss with beach and sea, various hiking possibilities and cultural sights.

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West coast of Denmark

The North Sea coast of Denmark offers vast allowing seaskapes. The seemingly endless beaches from the southern tip...

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Majorca

Experience everyday Mallorcan life at the Sa Pobla market and visit the windmills in the Marjals de sa Pobla by bike.

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The Baltic Sea

Seven countries, interesting cities and the sea always at your feet. By car or even better by motorhome, every day on this journey brings new experiences and impressions.

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Åland Islands

The Åland archipelago between Sweden and Finland, with over 6,700 islands and skerries, is a paradise for hiking, cycling, canoeing or bird watching.

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Iceland

Thundering waterfalls, unique landscapes and pure, unadulterated nature. In summer, when the sun disappears only briefly below the horizon, it’s not just the earth that bubbles in Iceland but life itself.

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South of Holland

Just cast off and say goodbye to stress: once you've had this experience as captain of your own houseboat you’ll be incurably 'infected'.

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Iceland in winter

Iceland, the land of bubbling mud pools, boiling geysers, glaciers and waterfalls is a fabulous adventure playground.

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Lapland in winter

Snowy forests, dancing northern lights and cosy hours in your own log cabin with a book in your hand by the fireplace.

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Finnish Karelia

The Via Karelia. It winds along the Finnish-Russian border and is over 1000km long. The Via Karelia adventure begins at the height of the Arctic Circle - in the northeastern Finnish village of Salla.

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Jungfraujoch

Train ride with magnificent views, hike to the Mönchsjochhütte and feel like a ski racer on the Lauberhorn.

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