The Continent of the continents
It stretches out towards the sea,
is constantly evolving,
with different peoples
always ready to help each other.
It is one of the most fascinating,
the continent of the continents.
Click on the pictures and discover our travels !
From Caesar to Picasso
Barcelona between the artistic inspiration of Gaudì or Picasso, the beloved jamon and the desire to do fiesta of the Spaniards up to Tarragona with its ancient Roman history.
Christmas magic in the Principality of Andorra
Andorra la Vella, the sweetest capital of Europe, in the Christmas period turns everything it invests into magic!
In the old Trinacria
From the capital Palermo to the islet of Favignana, passing through Erice, Marsala and Trapani among arancine, spaghetti with sardines or alla norma and cannoli!
The magical Russian white nights
Two cities lived in a busy week. Arbat Street, the Red Square, the Kremlin, St. Basil, the Cathedrals of Kazan and Nikolsy, the Mausoleum of Lenin, GUM, the Hermitage.
By bike from the Little Mermaid
Go immediately to greet the little Mermaid, then run for the changing of the guard at the Royal Palace of Amalienborg to end in joy at Tivoli.
The Mediterranean becomes the Atlantic Ocean
City dominated by the proverbial fortress, symbolic limit of the lands known in the ancient world, natural reserve of the only monkeys in Europe.
Getting lost in the captivating Alhambra
A slice of good jamon serrano with tapas in the Mercado de Atarazanas of Malaga before visiting the magnificent Alhambra of Granada and its beauties.
Berlin below zero!
Brandenburger Tor, the Reichstag Palace, Potsdamer Platz, Checkpoint Charlie, Pergamon Museum, Fernsehturm Berliner: Willkommen in Berlin.
Riding with Don Quixote
Madrid, the Spanish capital and its beauties, Segovia with its aqueduct, Toledo and its history, Alcalà de Henares with its mythical characters.
Overlooking the Baltic Sea
We are in the north of Europe, on the Baltic Sea, between the elegant and graceful Gdansk and the frenetic, fun and messy Sopot to live a little holiday Poland.
A food and wine adventure in the islet of Malta to discover all its delicacies with clear and succulent influences from all over the Mediterranean.
Appointment at Laima's clock!
The picturesque colored streets of Riga, the capital, the medieval castle of Kuldiga, the Soviet-style buildings of Jelgava, the museum of the Liepaja prison.
The London markets
London and its thousand markets, its interesting museums, its exhibitions, its people so diverse up to the Greenwich Observatory.
A jump from the bridge of Mostar
Alpine landscapes that you don't expect, Sarajevo and its history gets inside you, the gem of ostar with its famous bridge and its people who want to live.
By train to Belgrade
Beograd, the majestic Serbian capital, with its wide boulevards, its Kalemegdan park, its Beogradska Tvrđava fortress along the beautiful blue Danube.
On a gig in Flanders
Burg Square, the city center, the Stadhuis (town hall) with its carved ceiling, the market square with the beautiful Beffroi bell tower and a romantic carriage ride.
The path inside you
The Camino de Santiago de Compostela is not only the long journey that the pilgrims of the Middle Ages undertook is above all a journey inside you.
A toast with a Port on the Ribeirinha
A glass of good Port along the Ribeirinha, a plate of Francesinha, a ride on the old "electrico" tram, a trip to the Mercado do Bolhao, so you live in Oporto.
Walking with Beckett and Joyce
A pint of Guinness directly at the St James Gate Brewery, an evening at the Temple Bar, a tea at 5 o'clock from Aoife and a good book by James Joyce.
One paella porfavor!
Valencia and Alicante. Delight for the palate thanks to the paella and the mythical " jamon serrano " and delight for the eyes thanks to the Oceànografico and its port.
Beograd: all to discover
The downtown streets, the Sava and Danube rivers, the shops, the monuments and the churches. Belgrade (once of the former Yugoslavia), is a young, pulsating city, full of life.
Swallowed by the Guggenheim ...
Stroll through the Casco Viejo of Bilbao, let yourself be surprised by the futurism of the Guggenheim; taste the pinchos ; admire the city with a river excursion.
The wonderful Krakow
Krakow: the most delightful city in Poland. And yet so close to one of the places where man has "approached tremendously to his nature as a beast".
Evening with the geordies
Mix yourself among the "geordies", the inhabitants of Newcastle, chatting about football and drinking a beer; admire the impressive castle and the 7 bridges over the Tyne.
In search of Robin Hood
Located in the center of a region of exceptional natural beauty, surrounded and made famous by the Sherwood forest, home of the famous Robin Hood.
Bagpipes and kilts
Edinburgh with the outline of the castle that stands on an ancient volcanic cone, the Old Town with its gloomy and melancholy medieval and gothic palaces.
Interrail Balkans and Eastern Europe
Exciting adventure on the train to discover Eastern Europe, from Macedonia to the north of Poland, backpackers and lots of adaptability.
Interrail East Europe
Inter rail without well-defined destinations from Serbia to Poland through Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovenia and Austria with an extremely low budget.
Interrail South East Europe
Pure backpacking adventure, by train, from Turkey to northern Poland through Greece, Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary.
Out and about in the Paris of the East
Buda, Pest and Óbuda, united by the Chain Bridge and seven other bridges, some of the most photographed corners of Budapest, give life to the Hungarian capital.
Interrail company between Scandinavia and the Baltic States, backpackers, a keen sense of adventure and a desire to discover distant and still clean places.
Interrail West Europe
Interrail train adventure, from France to the north end of Scotland, then descending into Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland heading towards the Benelux.
Searching for the Oxford dragon
The university city par excellence will not struggle to surprise you and make you fall in love! Ancient aristocratic schools, green parks and gardgoiles.
The port of the Titanic!
An historic English port that immediately reminds us of the famous Titanic or pilgrims of the Mayflower, but also home to many colleges and a lively nightlife.