One reason European cities are so popular among tourists is their old towns. The cobbled streets, pastel colored houses, giant cathedrals and magnificent palaces take you back centuries in time. And some cities has especially well-preserved and intact historical old towns. We show you our favorite European old towns in this post.
Autumn has flown by with lots of sleepless hours, unusual warmth and the first hikes with our youngest adventurer.
“Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go.” Autumn awakens contradictory feelings in us. It’s nostalgic. There’s always some sadness in its beauty. It’s colorful, gold, orange, red and brown, but then it becomes bare and grey. We brought you feelings and moods from autumn in this photo essay.
Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way stretches to 2500 kilometres. Impressive coastal cliffs, lush green landscapes, deep blue or turquoise bays. Pretty peninsulas to drive around. Like Dingle Peninsula that’s just north of the famous Ring of Kerry. Less famous, but just as beautiful.
Queensland, the second largest state of Australia. Home to ancient rainforests, fabulous tropical beaches, sand islands and coral reefs. Saltwater crocodiles and deadly stingers, too. Australia’s Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. It’s a unique place to visit, and you can be sure to return home with spectacular memories. We share our favorites.
Our favorite country to visit romantic castles in Central Europe? Czechia. We explored different regions of this beautiful country in the past years, and they surprised us with well-preserved old towns and unique castles. Let’s talk about them now.
If we’d like to get away from the crowd and noise of Budapest, we go for a hike in Buda Hills. While the city is lively and magnificent, Buda Hills are peaceful and fresh. And green – uhm, actually yellow, orange and brown this time of the year. Pilis Mountains are not much further and offer even more long and lovely hiking trails. And even more autumn colors that we just can’t get bored of.
Travel together to stay together? One thing is for sure, travel gives tons of opportunities to spend time together, get to know each other in different situations and have awesome adventures together. As friends. As a couple. As a family with kids. No, having kids won’t stop us from travelling. Because travel is one of the greatest gifts we can give to our son.
Ireland’s Atlantic coast is breathtaking. It’s wild and unspoilt, dominated by lush green and deep blue colors, impressive sea cliffs, countless seabirds, misty beaches and lovely rural towns. The Ring of Kerry scenic route is one of our favorite sections that offers all of the above. We spent two days exploring it, and we are sharing all you need to know to get the best out of it.