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If you’re visiting Southern Germany, we highly recommend that you stay in the Black Forest. This region, which inspired the Grimm Brothers for many of their fairytales, is dotted with traditional villages, dense forests and rolling hills.

The area spreads out from Freiburg in the south to Baden-Baden in the north, with lots of places worth visiting in between.

One of the greatest difficulties when visiting the Black Forest in Germany is finding the best place to stay. You will come across many Black Forest hotels in lots of different villages, but how do you know which one to choose?

Ideally, you want to be close to the best places to visit in the Black Forest. You also need to choose whether you wish to stay in a village or town or prefer a remote location in the mountains. Are you travelling with a family, or are you looking to relax in a luxury hotel?

We want to help you figure out where to stay in the Black Forest in Germany. In this article, you will learn about the best towns and villages first, and we will introduce specific hotels depending on your needs further down. This will make it fast and easy for you to book your holidays.

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Ever since I heard about Caral, I wondered why it isn’t more popular with travellers. Some of the oldest ruins in the Americas, constructed at the same time as the first pyramids of Egypt. Who would not want to visit them?

I was sure that going there would be easy and that I could spontaneously arrange a day trip from Lima, hopping on a bus with lots of other tourists.

Turned out I was wrong. Despite the significance of Caral, it is surprisingly hard to get there. I looked up tours, but most of the companies only offered private trips, and I wasn’t willing to pay a fortune. Surely, there had to be a better way?

There is! Caral can easily be visited independently as a day trip from Lima for a fraction of the price you would pay for a private tour. Here is all the information you need to know to plan your trip to Caral.

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Mayan ruins, whites beaches, active volcanos, stunning lakes – if you’re thinking about the best places to visit in Central America, a lot of images might come to your mind. We are sure that amongst them are some of the best beaches in the world.

Central America is lucky to border two different seas – the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Caribbean Sea on the other side. That means you can find lots of different beaches in Central America. You can go surfing on the Pacific Coast, or you can sip a cocktail underneath a palm tree on a Caribbean island.

To help you choose and to inspire you for your next trip, we have put together this list of the best beaches in Central America. Plus, we’ll give you lots of helpful information along the way, so you know how to get started in planning a trip to any of these destinations!

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Are you thinking about travelling to Cancun?

We love the Yucatan peninsula for its fantastic beaches, its Mayan ruins and its vibrant towns. No matter how much time you spend in Cancun, you have a lot of options for what to do. You might even have so many options that you have a hard time deciding what to choose.

That is why we have put together this very flexible itinerary for Cancun. We are going to cover the best places in the Yucatan peninsula, so you don’t miss out on the highlights. At the same time, there will be enough time to relax on a beach and enjoy your holidays.

Keep reading to find out how to spend your days in Mexico!

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Located north of Salta, almost in Bolivia, the Quebrada de Humahuaca is a place unlike anything else in Argentina. A gorge between two mountain ranges offers multi-coloured hills, cacti forests, unique culture and many historical sights.

It is not a surprise that this valley was declared a world heritage site by Unesco.

If you’re visiting northern Argentina, make sure to stop here! Plus, this is a great place to pass through if you plan to cross the border to Bolivia or Chile.

To help you plan your visit, here are the best places to visit in the Quebrada de Humahuaca.

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What do you know about Lithuanian cuisine? Not much? Then you’re just like us. Before coming to Lithuania, all we knew was that people there ate a lot of potatoes. I also assumed they’d eat fish in the coastal areas, but that was it.

During our time in Lithuania, we got to discover lots of amazing dishes. Yes, people here like to eat potatoes. They also eat meat, soups, herring and produce amazing cheese and honey. Oh, and the desserts. Did you know about the delicious Lithuanian desserts?

If you’re travelling to this Baltic country, don’t miss out on any of those amazing dishes.

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Are you wondering how long to stay in Santorini?

If you’re planning on visiting Greece, it can be difficult to estimate how much time you need. That’s why we want to help you figure out how many days to spend in Santorini.

When planning your trip to this Greek island, the two primary considerations are your interests and your budget. Santorini is, besides Mykonos, one of the most expensive places in Greece, so if you’re a budget traveller, you’ll be limited by the amount of money you want to spend.

The other important consideration is your interests. Do you love beaches? Are you a history buff? Do you want to see the highlights and take nice Instagram pictures along the way?

This article will cover what to do in Santorini and then go through multiple options and itineraries that will make it easy for you to choose how many nights to spend on the island.

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If you want to see Greece in 7 days, this itinerary is perfect for you.

Greece has so much to offer that you can spend a month here and you will still miss out on many places. When we planned our trip, we had three weeks and were only able to see a fraction of the country. Out of all the places we would have liked to go to, we could choose only a handful.

If you only have one week in Greece, you need to be even more selective. You can find lots of Greece travel ideas online, but do you know which ones are worth visiting and which ones you should leave for a later trip?

That’s why we have put together this 7-days Greece itinerary. You’ll see some of the most exciting places on mainland Greece while still having enough time to visit some of the islands. You can even slightly adapt this tour to your interest, to make it more family-friendly or turn it into a Greece honeymoon itinerary.

And if you have more time or need to shorten your trip, we also have some ideas for you at the end of this article!

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We love leaving the beaten path behind, no matter where we travel, and often make a conscious effort to add lesser-known places to our itinerary.

That’s why we’re very excited to share our favourite hidden gems in South America with you. The continent is full of secret spots that deserve far more attention than they get.

Going there can be very rewarding. First, you get to avoid the crowds. Nothing is more amazing than having a tourist attraction almost to yourself.

Second, we have picked stunning locations for you that should be on everybody’s bucket list. We include a wide range of places, from wildlife spots to ancient ruins and natural wonders. Going off the beaten path in South America allows you to explore all of those great locations.

So let’s dive into some of the lesser-visited places in South America you need to see on your next trip!

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If you are looking for the best travel lens for the Sony a7iii you’ve come to the right place. This is a helpful guide that explains in detail all you need to know to pick the best lens for your next trip, what are their pros and cons and which ones are my top picks.

As a travel blogger, I take seriously my photography gear. Almost all photos on the blog are taken either by me or my partner, so we are very picky when it comes to our lenses. I am the happy owner of a Sony a7iii, one of the best travel cameras out there. This camera has been my companion for many of my trips. I also happen to have a full array of sony full-frame lenses that I have used while travelling, and I’m happy to share my experience and recommendations with you.

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