Category Archives: Countries

5 best tips to visit Catalonia

Here are five great tips to visit Catalonia, apart from the obvious tourist sites. Thinking of Catalonia of course Barcelona springs to mind. But after we’ve seen the Sagrada Familia, Picasso’s paintings and walked La Rambla, there’s more to experience. We give you five other reasons to visit Catalonia.

France’s Atlantic coast at it’s best in the Vendée

Mareuil-sur-Lay in the Vendée
In the west of France on the Atlantic Ocean lies the department Vendée. Known for its stable climate, good weather and the friendly population. The coastline offers over 200 kilometres of beautiful sandy beaches. So it should not come as a surprise that tourism is an important factor in the Vendée economy. But this region […]

Holiday in Hungary: the other side of the land of Lizst and thermal baths

It takes time, but gradually eastern European countries gain in popularity amongst tourists. Where popular destinies lost their authenticity and are overrun with people, countries like Hungary are a relief for those who seek clean air, quiet and pure nature resorts and friendly people. Meet the undiscovered Hungary.

Glastonbury: from ancient religious heritage to a contemporary performing arts festival

Glastonbury is dominated by the silhouette of the Tor towering 170 meter above the town. With a population of nearly nine thousand inhabitants it is not a large town, but despite it’s size it is believed to be the place where Christianity originated in the United Kingdom. Apart from this religious heritage Glastonbury is well known for a famous music and art festival that attracts thousands of enthusiasts to the rolling hills of this Somerset town. But there is more.

Southern Piedmont, a region off the beaten Path

Southern Piedmont, home of the slow food movement, land of fine Barolo wine and white truffles, a region with countless medieval castles and towers, rolling hills with vineyards and small villages where in summer one after another village sagra is held. This region seems still undiscovered, except for food and wine connaisseurs, but