Rheinburgenweg is a picturesque walking route 200 km long following the river Rhein from Bad Breisig to Bingen. It’s a relaxing walk for those enjoying castles, nature, and quiet evenings in small German towns.
What better way to enjoy exploring the nature than camping? This word however is an umbrella notion for so many types of accommodation of different levels of comfort. Here’s our overview of how you can choose to camp, and you’re certain to find something to your liking!
How to organize a trip to Patagonia? We talked to two friends, one of whom went to Patagonia with a tour and another organized the trip herself. In this first installment, we take a close look at what it means to join a tour to Patagonia.
There is a saying that every true Slovenian must at least once in their life stand on top of the Triglav mountain. For everybody else in the world, this climb is totally optional, but it’s so beautiful that you still should make it if you can! Our editor Kate climbed the highest mountain in Slovenia and now tells you about her experience.
Saxon-Bohemian Switzerland nature park lies on the border between Germany and Czechia, a short distance from Dresden and Prague. The common feature of this park on both sides of the border are magnificent sandstones on the banks of Elbe river. These breathtaking rock formations have inspired numerous artists and poets over the centuries, and now they are waiting for you! So how do you get to this park and what do you see there?
A perfect nature retreat should include breathtaking views, healthy organic food, mild physical activity. Even better if it also ends with a relaxing day on the sunny seaside. All this can be found in western Georgia, relatively close to each other and for an affordable price. Our itinerary will show you how to unwind in the Georgian nature if you only have one week. Read on and get inspired!
Scotland is famous for its lush and tranquil nature, and one of the best ways to explore it is on foot! Today we welcome Josef, who has been to Scotland this spring and has agreed tell us how to undertake a hike of West Highland Way. With about 80,000 people using the path every year, it is one of the most famous trails in the world crossing Scotland from South to North.
Some of the most breathtaking places on Earth are best explored on foot, just because there are no roads, only hiking paths. However, if you’ve never been hiking before, spending several days in the wild can be scary. Our editor Kate has spent a lot of her younger days in nature and will now give you tips on how to get ready for a hike.