A trip to a traditional Luxembourgish Christmas market takes us on a journey through legends, castles and the spectacular natural scenery of the “Mullerthal”.
Do you wish to find truly authentic travel experiences? There’s a map for that.
Just a short walk away from a world-famous bridge in southern France lies an evocative 2,000-year old Roman aqueduct… that nobody seems to know about.
How (not) to ask for hiking advice in the beautiful region around Cauterets, southern France (warning: this post contains grumpiness).
It may not be well-known or fashionable, but Tordesillas is a perfect stopover for families travelling between Portugal and France.
Exploring the area around Luarca, Costa Verde. On foot. With four small kids and a dog.
The children are entranced by the simple pleasure of a short walk in a foreign place.
The path rises steeply behind the cottage, skirting an olive grove before disappearing invitingly into a thicket of small trees. One kid asked me where it went, and another said that it looked like a good place to find some snakes. It was time for a mini-adventure. Continue reading “Blue feathers and transient wonders: a nature walk in Portugal”