I have been to Denmark many times. The most of any Nordic country (if you don't count my home country of Sweden). I have also been all over Denmark. All the way up North (where two seas meet) when I was a young kid and all the way down to the German border. Most interesting … Continue reading Denmark – Lego & The Mermaid
The country where I currently reside. Read my post about Czech castles here.
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, The Czech Republic has the most castles per square mile in the world. It will always be up for discussion what counts as a castle. In the Czech Republic you have two kinds; Hrad (a bigger castle that was used by military, royalty or similar) and Zámek (hard to … Continue reading Castles of/in The Czech Republic
It is only August, and I still have countries to visit this year, but I have already started being worried about not having the travel plans for next year finished. I like to plan ahead. More countries in Europe on my quest to visit all of them? Barcelona with a day-trip to Andorra? Portugal? The … Continue reading Where to travel in 2018?
Mountains & fjords. That are probably the most common things in Norway. At least in the parts where I have been. Have a look below for some information of the following: Lillehammer Olympic Park Trollstigen - "a visual feast" Geiranger & Dalsnibba - Viewpoints galore
The final day of the short road trip (tomorrow we will only travel back home) started early in the morning. At 8 we got on a ferry taking us from Hellesylt to Geiranger, a 70 minute ride on the amazing fjords. View point - The Eagle's Road After leaving the ferry in Geiranger (a very … Continue reading Geiranger & Dalsnibba – Viewpoints Galore!
"As one of the most famous National Tourist Routes, the Trollstigen road is a visual feast." That's taken from their own site. And it truly is something special to go up the mountain along the narrow road with nine (9) hairpin turns. The issue for the driver is that there is no chance to enjoy any of … Continue reading Trollstigen – “A Visual Feast”