New regulations for winter tyres in Germany

on 3 Dec 2019

Bram Kuhnen

Regulations for the use of winter tyres in Germany have been tightened since 1 January 2018. If you ever drive in Germany, you probably already knew that. But did you also know that there will be another new rule from 1 July 2020? Time to brush up on your knowledge. What is the situation now and what is going to change? When are winter tyres required in Germany and what regulations do they need to meet?

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Top 5: Best Christmas markets in England

on 14 Nov 2019

Marieke Krämer

Visiting a Christmas market is fantastic! All your senses will be stimulated as you walk among the wonderful wooden Christmas stalls, all beautifully lit up. You will be welcomed by the smell of mulled wine and hot chocolate and the Christmas carols will ring around your ears. Visiting a Christmas market will instantly put you in the Christmas mood. We have compiled a list of the top 5 best Christmas markets. And we have added some tips for campsites in the vicinity of the Christmas markets that are very suitable for camping in winter. Make a complete Christmas weekend of it.

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Enchanting mountain landscapes in Berchtesgadener Land

on 15 Oct 2019

Marieke Krämer

When we were deciding where to go on holiday this year, we knew one thing: we wanted to see some mountains! We didn’t want to have to drive more than eight or nine hours from our home in the Netherlands, we wanted easily accessible walking routes, and if at all possible we wanted a beautiful lake and a nice town to visit nearby. What did we decide on? The beautiful German region of Berchtesgadener Land. I’d love to share my experience and give you some tips on what to do in this beautiful region. Here are five great days out in Berchtesgadener Land.

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5 unique European cable cars

on 26 Sep 2019

Jeroen Timmermans

Before I go on holiday, I always check to see if there’s a cable car nearby. A ride in a gondola is one of the most wonderful moments on the entire holiday. Sitting back and enjoying the view on the way up is often literally and figuratively the high point of my holiday. In this blog, I’ve put together a list of my 5 favourite European cable cars to share with you!

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Do’s and don’ts on Black Saturday

on 24 Jul 2019

Tom Haze

No one wants to start their holiday off by sitting in a traffic jam for hours on end. Of course you can always choose to set off on a different day, but sometimes you don’t have any choice. For instance the accommodation you’ve booked might have fixed arrival days. I’ve compiled a few do’s and don’ts for the infamous Black Saturday in France, and also a few tips for if you do end up in a traffic jam.

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