Once upon a time we decided to visit all the Hungarian national parks and tell you why you should visit them, too. Well, the project is still in progress, but we share the news with you from time to time. This time we show you Danube-Drava National Park that we visited last spring.
Transylvania is the land of legends. The land of mountains and pine forests, too. Long hikes, unspoilt landscapes, flocks and shepherds. But this time we’d like to show you some adorable short hikes that’ll make you fall in love and tempt for more.
Ireland is also called the Emerald Island due to its lush green countryside. And that is thanks to the frequent rains. But frequent rains mean something else, too: beautiful waterfalls! As we drove around the island, we found lots of pretty waterfalls in addition to the breathtaking coastal hikes, lakes and ancient ruins. So let us show you our favorite waterfalls in both Ireland and Northern Ireland.
The Székely Land is a special part of Transylvania. Though it’s in the heart of Romania, it’s inhabited mainly by the Székelys, a Hungarian-speaking ethnic group. It has its own history, culture and traditions. And it also offers some unique natural beauties that we’d like to show you in this post.
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.
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.
There’s a national park just south of Sydney that offers spectacular hiking trails at the top of high coastal cliffs: Royal National Park. We spent a day hiking there and were amazed by its interesting rock formations and incredible coastal scenery. We found a nice beach, too – we’re talking about Australia, after all.
Wherever we travel, we make sure that some hiking is included. That’s how we ended up spending two days in Šumava National Park in Czechia. It was just enough to explore this pretty park and all of its beautiful alpine lakes. Because who can resist alpine lakes?
Autumn is coming. Among other things, it means the end of another hiking season, especially as the weather gets harsh and snowy in the high mountains. But that doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of the last warmer, sunnier days of autumn, and explore hiking trails at lower elevations. Let us show you a pretty idea for that in Germany’s Berchtesgaden Alps.