Travel Destinations in Croatia

Our travel guides offer up-to-date information on important sights in Croatia. Here you’ll find detailed city guides, lesser-known destinations, reasons to visit one place or another, best places for couples, national parks, UNESCO World Heritage sites, and much more.

Whether you’re taking a cruise, a two-week family vacation, or a short weekend getaway, here’s information to help you better plan your time in Croatia.

The travel guide for the perfect trip to Portugal

The travel guide for the perfect trip to Portugal

Your Portugal travel guide for the perfect first-hand vacation!

If you are looking for your next vacation destination, Portugal should be on your short list. The year-round temperate climate, low prices and wide range of attractions and scenery have attracted visitors to the west coast of the Iberian Peninsula for centuries. To help you plan, here's a 10-day travel guide for your next trip to Portugal. It includes information about food, accommodations, the coolest places and some fun leisure activities.

Trip in a classic car through Cuba

A road trip through the west of Cuba in a vintage car was the plan. With two teenagers on board, the mix of city, sightseeing, nature and beach was just right for us.

We started our trip with three days in Havana with from our point of view the best Havana Guide in the world, our dear Bernardo. He showed us many things behind the scenes, first one day on foot, then one day in our bright orange Chevy Belair. Great experience!

Road trip south of France – route from Montpellier to Perpignan + map

If you want to discover in 15 days one of the most beautiful regions of southern France namely the coasts of Languedoc Roussillon in Occitanie, Here is my road trip with itinerary + map Google map of me circuit touristique.

Ce road trip from Montpellier to Perpignan passes, including Beziers, Narbonne, Carcassonne, let you discover the magnificent Catalan coast, the breathtaking landscapes of Corbières, traces of the Cathar period as well as the mythical Canal du Midi.

Destinations in Jordan: Travel report incl. Tips

For those who want to experience an exciting vacation with an incredible variety of cultural treasures and diverse nature, Jordan should definitely be on the travel list. Jordan, with its approximately 89.300 km² a small country and so one can accommodate all important destinations within a week. In this post, my colleague Salome and I will tell you about our one-week trip exploring Jordan and introduce you to the different corners of the country.

London Food Tour

There are two ways I like to get to know a city: eating and walking. In London, you can combine both wonderfully – on the East End Food Tour.

In the morning shortly before ten o'clock at the Old Spitalfields Market: Chris and Richard from Brooklyn, Lee Ann and Linda from Chicago, Andreas and I will eat our way through eight different restaurants in the next 3.5 hours with tour guide Nicole. That means we eat, Nicole watches. And raves at each course as if it were their first time. "When I first started touring, I ate it all up. If I had continued like this, my boss would now have to buy me a gym membership," says the Melbourne resident, who has lived in Spitalfields for a few years now. The best neighborhood imaginable, by the way.

More than just winter sports: the Dolomites in summer

The Dolomites are probably one of the most popular regions for skiers, snowboarders and other winter sports enthusiasts around the world. There are a total of 12 ski resorts here, which attract millions of active guests every year. However, the mountains have much more to offer than just winter sports. The Dolomites are also a popular destination in summer and offer, in addition to sporting activities such as hiking, biking and climbing, even wellness and culture. We have summarized the best tips for the next summer vacation in this beautiful mountain range at this point.

Dolomites, South Tyrol

Safari in Argentina: The Jaguar is Back in the Esteros del Ibera

S ofía Heinonen's eyes carefully scrutinize the horizon. A group of turkey vultures circles in the sky above the pampas. Some distance away, two swamp deer watch the approaching group of riders warily. "He can't be far," says the Argentine biologist, "maybe he snatched an animal there this morning." Slowly her horse starts to move. Heinonen set out that morning with colleagues from her organization, Rewilding Argentina, to track South America's largest predator, the jaguar.

But where has the king of the pampas hidden?? In the partly meter-high marsh grass it seems almost impossible to see one of the animals. Pablo Guerra Aldazabar raises the antenna of his receiver even higher, but no beep is heard. Just yesterday, the zoologist saw a female in the area wearing a radio collar. With his tracking device he tries to track him again today.