The Eifel region is quite big and diverse. The region features so many beautiful places which are worth a visit. In this article I’ll tell you more about 8 places to visit when travelling to the Eifel region.
The Eifel region has a diversity of landscapes and therefor it’s perfect for outdoor activities. In this article I’ll show you 10 travel photos which I’ve made during my time in the Eifel region.
The Eifel region in Germany is very diverse. In this article I’d like to share with you my itinerary for our holiday week as, hopefully, an inspiration for your own trip to this region.
Hellenthal is a lovely town and a great starting point for exploring more of the region and the Eifel National Park. Just outside the town of Hellenthal, you can find the Wildpark.
Cologne, also named Köln in German, is a beautiful city located in the state North Rhine-Westphalia. The city is nice to visit in all seasons of the year. There is so many to see and do in Cologne.
During our last visit to Cologne, we didn’t had time to go to the Chocolate museum, so this time I really wanted to go. We started our day in Cologne in the museum and in this article I’ll tell you some more!
The Eifel National Park and its environment is the perfect place for hiking lovers! There are all kinds of trails: from easy to hard and from short to long trails. Every trail has a diversity of landscapes and type of paths.
The travel industry took a huge step backward in 2020. Unfortunately we traveled less abroad than we actually had planned. Today we will take you to the destinations we have visited in 2020. Enjoy!
Monschau is a small and idyllic town. It’s one of the must visits when traveling to the Eifel, as it offers narrow alleys, beautiful half-timbered houses and is surrounded by green hills.
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Anholt Castle, a hidden treasure at the border of Germany and The Netherlands: a moated castle, museum, hotel, gorgeous gardens, and even a maze in where you can get lost! Get inspired and visit the castle too!
At the end of February, I went on a weekend roadtrip. This time I decided to stay a little closer to home. My friend and I took the car and drove to Germany, Luxembourg and back to the Netherlands.