Getting Married at a Campsite: Tips for a Camping Wedding
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4d ago
When you’re getting married, you want to make the big day as personal as possible. The venue is perhaps the most crucial factor in setting the mood for your wedding celebration. For camping enthusiasts, there’s no better place to tie the knot than, you guessed it, at a campsite! A camping wedding is popular, and it’s no wonder, as it makes your celebration extra original and special.  ..read more
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Camping packing list: mandatory items in the car when travelling
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4d ago
Your camping holiday is about to begin. Sunglasses, swimming trunks, and pajamas—have you started packing yet? If you’re hitting the road by car, your personal luggage isn’t the only important thing. Make sure to think about all the required safety equipment! Here, I’ll tell you what you must have in the car in various popular European holiday destinations ..read more
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Do’s and don’ts on Black Saturday
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4d ago
No one wants to start their holiday off by sitting in a traffic jam for hours on end. Of course you can always choose to set off on a different day, but sometimes you don’t have any choice. For instance the accommodation you’ve booked might have fixed arrival days. I’ve compiled a few do’s and don’ts for the infamous Black Saturday in France, and also a few tips for if you do end up in a traffic jam ..read more
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The best way to keep your motorhome or caravan’s water tank clean.
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1M ago
A clean water tank is indispensable when you are on the road with your camper or caravan. You want to be able to wash your hands or rinse a plate quickly and get back on your way. Even though drinking water from the tank is not recommended, it is still very important that you not only change the water regularly, but also clean the tank and the water pipes properly. This prevents all kinds of nasty bacteria. We asked water expert Geert de Bekker to tell us exactly how to clean a water tank ..read more
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Electricity at the campsite – how does it all work again?
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2M ago
You’ve just enjoyed a delicious home-made camping dinner while watching the Italian sunset. The washing up’s been done, and now it’s time to relax. The coffee is gently dripping from the machine, and as it’s still quite warm, you decide to put the ventilator on again for a little while. And then…Pow! The electricity is out ..read more
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Going on holiday to Albania? 8 beautiful locations
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3M ago
Albania is being discovered by more and more campsite visitors … with good reason! From beaches with azure blue water to imposing mountain chains and charming villages: Albania has all you could want for a great camping holiday. Here are 8 tips for your holiday in Albania ..read more
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Camping packing list: seven unmissable items
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5M ago
We don’t have to tell you that camping is one of the best ways to enjoy a holiday. You are outdoors a lot, have no responsibilities such as housework and campsites are a perfect place to meet new people. (Or in fact to talk to nobody at all, you’re not obliged to do anything.) But for a camping holiday, you often have to pack more things than you would need for a holiday in a hotel or apartment. A camping packing list is therefore ..read more
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What to do in Montenegro? 9 amazing places of interest
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5M ago
If you are looking for a destination that has overwhelming nature, a beautiful coastline, cultural treasures and the deepest gorge in Europe, go on a voyage of discovery in Montenegro! Here are 9 beautiful locations and places of interest in Montenegro ..read more
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Walking in the Lake District: the best tips
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5M ago
The Lake District is a stunning nature reserve in the region of Cumbria in the northwest of England, just under two hours’ drive from Manchester. This area, filled with mountain tops, enchanting lakes and babbling brooks, is a Valhalla for walkers. Dutch blogger Richard has often camped and walked in the Lake District National Park, and he shares his tips with us ..read more
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When are winter tyres compulsory in Germany?
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6M ago
In 2024, the rules for winter tires in Germany are set to change. Starting from October 2024, winter tires featuring the Alpine symbol will be mandatory. Until September, the Transitional arrangement allows the use of winter tires or all-season tires marked with M+S. However, after this period, there is a risk of receiving a fine if you do not have winter tires with the Alpine symbol in wintry conditions. When are winter tyres compulsory in Germany, and what conditions must a winter tyre comply with in Germany ..read more
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