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Five camping games you can play in the dark

on 21 Apr 2020

Marieke Krämer

When you go camping, you can choose a large campsite with a swimming pool and an animation team. But maybe you want to go all the way back to nature and choose to camp with your tent on a small campsite with only the necessary facilities. So what are fun activities with few resources for your children to do?

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Art from your living room

on 21 Apr 2020

Helena Flassak

Now that many holidays have to be cancelled because of coronavirus, it becomes a lot harder to get your dose of art and culture. Fortunately, museums all over the world are glad to help you with all kinds of virtual tours! We have listed 7 interesting museum tours that you can easily do from the comfort of your own home. So you can enjoy the beauty and splendour both domestically and abroad in your easy chair. Ready to get started?

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Capital of Culture 2020: Rijeka, ‘Port of Diversity’

on 24 Mar 2020

Madita Weiß

The Croatian port city of Rijeka is set to be the European Capital of Culture 2020. Until recently, the city was relatively unknown amongst tourists, despite being Croatia’s third largest. But in 2020, things are set to change, and quite rightly so! From picturesque seaside villas to industrial charm in the port area, the city is as diverse as a camping holiday in Croatia. We’d like to introduce you to this exciting port city and share some tips for your visit to the European Capital of Culture 2020.

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Ten unique locations in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

on 19 Mar 2020

Marieke Krämer

Whether you already live there or not, a visit to the UK is highly recommended. People from other countries love the UK, and in our humble opinion, the inhabitants of these beautiful isles often do not realise the beauty that lies just beyond their doorstep! There is much to see and do. If the rugged outdoors and mountains are your thing, Wales and Scotland offer fantastic hiking holidays. Plus, culture and history enthusiasts can spend hours roaming centuries-old castles and mediaeval towns and cities. Here are a few of our tips for what to see in the UK.

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Camping in spring – but where?

on 12 Mar 2020

Sarah Löber

Spring will soon be upon us and with it, the first rays of warm sunshine. Have you planned your camping holiday yet, or are you still wondering where to go? The following are our four suggestions for a spring camping holiday.

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Romantic camping: 8 campsites that will give you butterflies in your stomach

on 12 Mar 2020

Tom Haze

Camping can be incredibly romantic in itself! You spend the days together and nights surrounded by natural beauty. But some campsites give you the sense that cupid has really outdone himself. We’ve hand picked eight romantic campsites in eight gorgeous countries for you that you’re guaranteed to enjoyed (with each other).

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