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Flåm is Norway in a nutshell

A friend once asked me: “Why did you choose Flåm?”. My immediate reply was: “Have you seen the photos?? Goggle it as they speak for themselves!”.

Flåm, a remote township in the middle of the Noreign fjords, is a little slice of picture-perfect paradise. It is a part of the world where nature is still seemingly unspoiled, leaving us in awe of its power and majesty.

via Norway: Land of the Vikings and the Mighty Fjords – You Silly Mommy!

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The Causeway Coastal Route is a real cliffhanger

It’s hard to believe that the breathtaking destinations along the way are so close to home. The route takes you past some of the countries spine tingling scenery and stunning views. The Gobbins, Torr Head and Whitepark Bay are just some of the places you can explore along the way, before visiting the famous Giants Causeway and the reason why this road trip found its name.

via Road Trips: Discovering Natural Beauty – My Take On Life | UK Male Lifestyle Blog

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Not even the rain spoils a day at Trebinje

It’s been raining in Trebinje for the past few days, and I actually don’t mind. When it rains the clouds slowly descend from the sky, blanketing the valley in a cover of fog. There’s a very peaceful and nostalgic ambience here, one that makes leaving feel much more bittersweet.

via Trebinje and 2017 Reflections – The Happy Wanderer

Header photo by: Diego Delso (Wikimedia)

Vik and the beauty of emptiness

The town of Vik is stunning and it’s easily recognisable for its colourful houses and red-roofed church. Vik is nestled in southern Iceland. Home to under 400 people, it’s services provide a lifeline to the people who live in the remote landscape. With the emptiness, however, comes true beauty.

via 5 places you must visit in Iceland – Helena Hicks

Header photo by: geoiceland.com

Strolling through the alleyways of Auray

Auray is a charming town, with cobbled streets and historic half-timbered houses, known particularly for its extremely picturesque harbour, Saint Goustan. Nowadays, it is a pleasant yachting harbour with an abundance of restaurants and bars at which to enjoy the lovely views.

via Auray – Brittany – Une photo, un poème

Header photo by: Loïc Lagarde (Flickr)

Being part of the magic at Lake Constance

It is not often I go to a town and explore it completely afresh. No map, no tourist information centre, no research. When I arrived in Lake Constance (Bodensee), it was pouring with rain. The view over the lake was stunning – crisp blue water, pretty roof tops and a tall church spire. It felt like magic was happening up there and that I was a part of it.

via Lake Constance – Travel Adventure Discover

Header photo by: Dietrich Krieger

Positano’s colour palette is a gift to the eyes

When our ferry approached Positano, everyone was busy taking photos. Lonely Planet says “Positano is the Amalfi Coast’s most photogenic town”. I totally agree. Just look at the colour. All you need to do is clicking. You don’t need Photoshop or anything else. The whole town is like colour palette, white, pink, yellow, orange. Positano is a place for wandering and exploring. Follow your heart, let the place surprise you.

via Positano | GYPSYBUS28

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Lavertezzo doesn’t need a season to shine

Lavertezzo is by far one of my favorite places in Switzerland with incredible turquoise waters and smooth sunbathing rocks as well as good Italian food (thanks to its close proximity to the border of Italy). Increasingly more popular, this spot is great in spring, summer, and fall although the hotter it is the more likely it is to be crowded (so get here earlier if you can!).

via Verzasca Valley and Lavertezzo – Sophia’s Atlas

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Vis-à-vis with Vis

Due to its distance from the mainland, Vis does not attract as many tourists or visitors compared to the other popular islands such as Hvar or Brac. We loved how serene and peaceful Vis was. This is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway away from the crowds and bustle.

via Weekend Getaway in Vis, Croatia – Thirty under 30

Header photo by: croatia-charter-experience.com