The ultimate travel guide to Flores, Azores

Flores was the island on top of my Azores bucket list. The moment I saw a photo of the wall of waterfalls at Poço da Alagoinha, I knew Flores needed to be added to my itinerary. That picture bedazzled me so much that I got more and more curious about what this tiny island had to offer. And boy, was I amazed by what I found!

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5 reasons why you must visit the Algarve (you don’t need more)

The Algarve in Portugal is the perfect destination if you want to escape the start of autumn with days getting colder, shorter and darker. With its 300 days of sunshine a year it is one of sunniest places of Europe. But the Algarve has way more to offer besides the consistent weather. Its captivating coastline consisting of golden beaches surrounded by the most sensational cliffs and huge rough rocks rising from the bluest ocean is a feast for the eyes.

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Tips for Krka NP: what you should know before your visit

Krka NP is the second most famous national park of Croatia, after Plitvice Lakes. Both parks are home to incredible lakes and waterfalls. The big difference is that you can actually swim at Krka! Which is such a wonderful experience! Here is some advice I’d like to share with you before you start packing your bags!

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Plitvice Lakes NP: the ultimate travel guide

The Plitvice Lakes National Park is probably the most dreamy place I ever visited and everyone should go there at least once in a lifetime! There! I said it! To make sure you can make the most out of your visit when going to Plitvice Lakes, I made a complete travel guide to answer all your questions about this wonderful place and to share my personal tips!

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The beauty of the Voer-Region in 15 pictures

The Voer-region, situated in Belgium at the Belgian-Dutch border in the province of Limburg, is a paradise for hiking and cycling. You can find countless trails here that take you through forests, fields, fruit orchards and small villages. No loud traffic or modern high rise buildings can be found here, only relaxation and nature at its purest…

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Mljet island; escape the crowds of Dubrovnik

Mljet is Croatia’s greenest island situated in the Adriatic Sea. It’s still unspoiled and not many tourists go there. It’s the perfect escape from the tourist crowds invading Dubrovnik’s old city. You can board the Nona Ana catamaran in Dubrovnik that takes you to Sobra and Polace. The duration of the trip to Polace is about 1,5 hours…

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