Views of the World – by Stefania van Lieshout
Holidays – the Great Outdoors – City Breaks – Gastronomy – Culture – Customs – Nature – Beaches
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Grandvalira in Andorra is a ski resort with 210 km pistes on all levels. Featuring snowboarding, cross country, off piste, child friendly pistes.
Sendero el Saltillo also referred to as the Caminito del Rey of the Axarquia is a sensational hike ending at a canyon with a series of waterfalls.
The best tips for an epic road trip through Australia’s outback in the Northern Territory and Queensland. Activities, driving, sleeping and sighseeing.
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Netherlands is a small country but there is lots to do and to see besides Amsterdam. Historic cities, nature and attraction parks and yes we have flowers.
Discover Vienna with these tips for things to do during your city trip. Where to eat, what to see, what to avoid and how to plan your visit.
Osteoarthritis can be a crippling disease, especially when travelling. With these 20 tips for your body and mind pains and aches are minimized.
The colourful centre of Porto, Portugal’s second city, is ideal for a city break, explore the UNESCO World heritage city centre, enjoy the Ribeira district.
My favourite Asian destination is without a doubt Kerala. This is the perfect place to unwind. Centuries-old traditions, mesmerizing music, delicious, mostly vegan food and of course the healing power of nature help to escape the rat race of westsern society, at least for a while.
The Danube Delta is a remote region in Romania where you will meet only a few locals and a handful of foreign tourists. It is, in fact, Romania’s best-kept secret.
The Delta consists of narrow creeks, canals, rivers, lakes, enchanting islands, pearly white sandy beaches and amazing wildlife. On a boat, with a camera at hand, it is easy to imagine that I am the new David Attenborough.
Want to eat honey from a comb or simply leave behind the stresses of the modern world? Then Dobrogea is a good place to start exploring rural Romania.