Im September 2020 sind wir mit unserem Hymer-Wohnmobil durch die wunderschöne Schweiz und ihrem atemberaubenden Bergpanorama gereist. Dies ist unsere Route für eine 10-tägige Reise durch die deutschsprachige Schweiz.
Bouillon, ce village pittoresque de l'ardenne belge, est l'une des principales attractions touristiques de la région célèbre pour son majestueux château médiéval surplombant la rivière. Lors d'une journée à Bouillon, vous pourrez vous promener dans ses petites ruelles, visiter le château avec son panorama époustouflant, profiter d'une promenade le long de la Semois et suivre les aventures de Godfrey de Bouillon lors de sa croisade jusqu'à Jérusalem.
With what is going on at the moment, travelling in a campervan is definitely a great option and Sweden is one of the most camper van-friendly countries in Europe. It has a very open policy with regards to camping and other outdoor activities and it is one of those countries which is not overcrowded even during the summer months. With its beautiful wide nature, its deep pine forests and its 100.000 lakes Sweden is an ideal campervan destination. This is our 3 weeks camper van itinerary in the Southern part of the country.
Switzerland is famous for its most beautiful mountain panorama and being able to spend the night in a campervan watching this beautiful scenery make the country a great campervan destination. This is our 1O days experience in the German-speaking part of the country.
Bouillon, this picturesque village in the belgian Ardennes, is a main tourist attraction in the area. It is famous for its beautiful and majestic castle overlooking the river. When spending a day in Bouillon, you can visit the famous castle, walk through its small alleys, enjoy the river promenade of the Semois river and follow Godfrey of Bouillon all the way to Jerusalem.
The famous Rhine falls in Switzerland, not far from the German border between Schaffhausen and Zurich, is the most powerful waterfall in Europe and a majeur tourist attraction in Switzerland. In summer, the water flows at a rate of 600,000 litres per second and boats take you right on the bottom of this amazing natural site which was formed in the last ice age, more than 15,000 years ago.
Instagram and its #vanlife is promising lots of amazing campervan spots, one more beautiful than the other and surrounded by untouched nature. But when you start travelling in a van, you quickly notice that it is not always easy to find these great spots, especially when visiting touristic areas or when travelling during the school holidays. And while there is no miraculous solution, we wanted to list some ways to find the most scenic campervan spots for an unforgettable trip.
We finally did it. After some great camper van rentals and some years of reflection, we finally bought our own camper van. And we didn't do things by half-measures as we bought a Hymer B614 CL from 2009. We had watched the camper van market for years and did see 2nd hand prices go up … Continue reading Van Tour – This is our new campervan
The Eiffel Tower is the most famous tourist attraction in Paris and its silhouette became the symbol of the city over time. But while we all want to avoid mass tourism, some places just have to be visited anyway. The Eiffel Tower is one of those places so come with us to discover Paris from its top.
We visited Switzerland, this beautiful country famous for its breathtaking mountain panorama. This is our 12 days campervan itinerary:
The first trip after buying our camper van was going to Sweden, one of the best camper van destinations in Europe where wild camping is not a problem. This is the itinerary of our three weeks road trip in this Northern European country with its more than 100.000 lakes.
Hiking is one of the main summer activities in Switzerland and the beautiful mountain panorama is always worth the detour. But this time, we wanted to see more than that and decided to visit the Aletsch Arena in the Bernese Alps to hike along the famous Aletsch Glacier, the greatest (and probably most accessible) glacier of the Alps.
When thinking about Sweden, most people probably think of the lakes with its red cabins, wide landscapes and... well... reindeers. While we did see lots of lakes and even more red cabins on our road trip in southern Sweden, we somehow missed the northern wilderness and its special fauna. This is why, we decided to go North and experience another Sweden, a much more lonely Sweden with unpaved roads, an uninhabited landscape as far as the eye can see and, of course, reindeers, these beautiful animals from the North.
During a trip to Stockholm, discovering the Archipelago is a must-do to for every traveller. There are boats going to several islands around Stockholm. While the most famous day-trip is the one to Waxholm, a one hour boat-ride away, we decided to go a bit further and enjoy the quiet nature of Grinda. How to … Continue reading Stockholm Archipelago: A day-trip to Grinda island
Brittany, or Bretagne as the French call it, is the most Western Region of France. During 5 days we visited the Finistère part of the Region which, in the local language Breton, translates into "End of the World". And when spending a night all alone in a campervan on the top of the cliffs, this … Continue reading Winter in Brittany: 5 epic days of vanlife in Finistère