Category: Travel Tips

Great Ocean Road Australia – Our route with great highlights, tips & Map

How do we start this text? Maybe with this: Australia’s Great Ocean Road is one of the most beautiful coastal roads we’ve ever seen. For two days we drove along the route with our camper and couldn’t get out of the amazement anymore.

You can expect long sandy beaches, huge cliffs, wild animals and gigantic viewpoints as far as the eye can see. The Great Ocean Road is rightly popular and a must-see on every trip to Australia. read more

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Seniors traveling alone

It is a painful experience that many elderly couples have to make sooner or later: The partner dies and suddenly you are alone. Everyone copes with the time of grief differently and it lasts for different lengths of time. Depending on age and personal condition, the life forces awaken in the partner left behind at some point after all. He/she wants to be with other people, welcome the spring and feel the warm sun on his/her skin. A trip is ideal to get out of your own four walls and to gain new impressions. read more

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10 tips for pollen allergy sufferers

Pollen allergy, spring allergy, hay fever – there are many names and even more symptoms. Especially in spring, the air outside is full of pollen. Many people react with nasal itching, sneezing and watery eyes to these actually harmless pollen grains. In addition to medication, these symptoms can already be prevented with these simple 10 tips for hay fever: read more

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Tips & tricks for the first time camper

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9 Tips to Visit the Dubai Desert

9 Tips to Visit the Dubai Desert

If this is your first time in the Dubai Desert, keep these basic tips in mind for your visit.

Camels in the desert of Dubai | © Fernando Jorge

The Rub al-Khali desert, located in the United Arab Emirates, is one of the most impressive deserts in the world. A must see when you travel to Dubai. However, it is important that you follow a number of tips for your safety, so that you can enjoy your visit to the fullest and as pleasantly as possible. read more

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Tromso, Norway: travel tips for a different winter destination

How does one decide to travel in winter, a rather unpleasant season for me, to an area that lies in the direction of the North Pole, and where it is even more winter than in the local latitudes??

It’s simply a matter of questioning your own habits and preferences. And to act accordingly. Everyone can go to the Caribbean or Florida in November. read more

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Booking a language travel

Before you finally book a language trip, for example to France, you should answer the following questions:

  • Which goal do I pursue with the language course (vocationally, privately, . )?
  • What and how do I want to learn in the course (e.g. Focus on communication or business language, course size)?
  • To which place / in which area I want to travel?
  • How many expenses can / must I plan for in total??
  • Which social program and which additional services do I expect??

How to book your language travel?

According to their wishes and expectations, the booking type and, if necessary, the decision for a specific language travel provider. To get your language vacation off the ground, there are four main options: read more

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8 Airport hacks – how to save time

With its endless lines of travelers lugging gigantic suitcases, making your way through the airport can feel like the most tedious obstacle course in the world. But air travel doesn’t have to be exhausting. Here are 8 time-saving airport hacks that will make your next trip a breeze.

1. Weigh your luggage ahead of time

No one wants to get to the airport and find that their luggage is too heavy. You’ll either have to pay a hefty baggage fee, or rummage through your suitcase on the airport floor and throw things away. read more

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Buenos Aires Travel Tips: 48 hours in the tango capital of the world

Buenos Aires – cosmopolitan of cities, world capital of tango, bursting with the joie de vivre of dancing egomaniacs who know how to enjoy life to the fullest. And all this despite dictatorship, national bankruptcy, recession and capital flight in recent years! And so it is said that the real attraction of Buenos Aires are the Portenos (inhabitants) with Argentine self-confidence in their blood and unbroken pride. If you have only 48 hours to get involved in the hustle and bustle of this city, it is advisable to choose a hotel that offers moments of tranquility and at the same time reflects the spirit and flair of the metropolis. The ideal starting point is the “Alvear Palace”, a Leading Hotel of the World, in the district of La Recoleta. read more

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