When you first think of Norway, cold weather and vikings might be the first things to pop into your mind. While this might be somewhat true, there are so many hidden treasures Norway has to offer visitors, in particular, the winding fjords in every corner of the country. Don’t know where to go or what to do? Then you’ve come to the right place- this Norway road trip itinerary is here to help!
There is so much to visit within the UK, and no better way to do this than a road trip from London to Edinburgh, two of the biggest cities of the UK! It can be daunting, with so many options for along the way, so simply follow this road trip itinerary and follow our suggestions for a fantastic motorhome trip.
Let’s be realistic for a moment- who doesn’t want to visit Germany? While a road trip is the best way to see what Germany has to offer, it is important to understand the rules and regulations when driving around the country to ensure your trip goes smoothly. In this case, we’ll be looking at the environmental zones, or green zones in Germany, areas which have set rules and regulations to reduce the negative environmental impact of driving.
This summer I had the chance to visit Friesland, a destination that you may not be very familiar with or even heard of. That’s okay, because by the end of this blog you’ll be looking up flights to the Netherlands to visit this magical place! Last year, the Frisian city of Leeuwarden was named the Cultural Capital of Europe as well as Friesland being awarded Lonely Planet’s #3 in Europe. Their fame is far from over, as the Frisian Islands are currently #30 in the New York Times: 52 Places to go in 2019. So will you be going?
A road trip in Italy… what could be better? Well, a road trip in Italy with no worries about license requirements, car equipment, speed limits in Italy and prepared for the toll roads ahead. Sounds like the perfect summer to me! So let’s take a look at what you need to enjoy a carefree road trip through Italy.
Camping trips are probably the first idea to pop in your mind when you think about summer vacation, we know it is for us! There is no better way to return to nature than putting up your tent, lighting a campfire, and meditating under the stars. But what about an adventure in the dead of winter, or even a mid-season weekend escape? No matter the time of year there are always campsites in England waiting for a visit. This collection contains our favourite UK campsites open all year.
It’s vacation time! And what could be a more exciting way to spend these summer days than a motorhome road trip and wild camping? I know it seems daunting because of the heat, but that is easily manageable! Turn the AC on while you read these tricks to stay cool in your campervan and plan for your trip with confidence.
Europe - a land comprised of many cultures. Each country provides a beautiful tale rich with history and tradition, a tale travellers long to hear, as they dine on traditional cuisines. And what better way to immerse yourself in a country’s culture than taking a road trip to the heart of them? Here are the five best places to take your campervan around Europe!
Whether you consider yourself to be a winter person who enjoys the beauty of a snowflake, or you wish to experience what camping between the crunchy leaves of autumn feels like with your loved ones. You may be a camper who wants to enjoy the spring colours, or you are more than ready for summer adventures with the family. Whatever the time of year, get ready to explore the stunning regions of Wales through these motorhomes sites open all year.
I know what came to mind when you read this title… you’re actually telling me to keep Coca Cola in my motorhome? Sugary drinks are most often accompanied with a warning of dangers to your health, and Coke is the most renowned brand in history! However, there are a few other ways in which Coke can be extremely useful, and could be a lifesaver during your motorhome trip or van life adventures. Time for some cola creativity. Ready, steady, coke!
Few are lucky enough to experience the wonders of a road trip through Hungary, given that it isn’t the most obvious choice for a European road trip. But the easy roads, stunning culture and exciting things to do in Hungary make it the ideal choice for your next motorhome holiday. Here you’ll find an itinerary for your road trip in Hungary, as well as what to do and what to visit in Budapest and other cities in Hungary. Get your engines ready and let’s go!
You’ve probably used, or at least heard of Airbnb. And if not Airbnb, one of the many other sharing platforms out there, you can rent anything you need from private owners nowadays. Well, now it is your turn! If you’ve been thinking “Why should I hire out my motorhome?”, you are about to have that very question answered. Find out everything about renting as a private owner here.
France is home to many tourist hotspots, ranging from the grand Eiffel Tower in Paris, to the deep blue waters of the French Riviera. The rich culture and history of the country attract visitors from all around the globe, many of whom prefer to rent a car or motorhome and cruise down the French roads for the ultimate experience. Like most countries, France has motorway tolls, which can make planning your road trip across France on a budget a little more difficult. But worry not, it’s a simple process!
The warm sunshine of July is on it’s way, and with it the exciting time of the Tour de France. Time to make these 23 days unforgettable with a lovely vacation in France and the perfect viewing experience of the tour, by finding the best campsites along the route. So, pack your bags and find the motorhome that will make your trip easier and more comfortable. Let’s go!
The various London low emission zones can be daunting, and the fear of heading in blind and having fat bills arrive at your door is a common one. But fear not, in this blog we will teach you everything you need to know about low emission zones in the UK and Europe! So read on, check whether they apply to you in the low emission zone checker and travel carefree.
The freedom of motorhome travel is so tempting, endless roads, the wind in your hair and everything you need right there next to you! However it can also be a bit daunting. A VW campervan seems like no big deal, but a Swift motorhome? An American RV? Those are big vans to drive! Don’t panic, if you’re a decent driver then I am sure you can drive a campervan or motorhome. Keep reading, and soon you’ll be behind the wheel, cruising in complete comfort.
The New Forest is often considered to be the Eden of southern England, the perfect blend of woodland, farmland and coastline, together forming one of the most beautiful regions in Britain. This National Park is the mostly densely populated in Britain, and renowned for majestic free roaming ponies and abundance of wildlife. So don’t wait any longer, find a motorhome, book one of the best New Forest campsites and head into this gorgeous national park!
Located in south western Ireland, the Ring of Kerry is home to many historical landmarks, ranging from a 7th century monastery to the home of Daniel O’Connell, an influential Irish politician of the 19th century. This 179km circular route takes travellers around seaside villages and stunning coastal landscapes. And what better way to truly admire the nature this area has to offer than taking a road trip?
What if I told you that you could have an amazing road trip right here in the UK? That you could opt for a full week, a weekend, or even an afternoon, and still get the fulfilling freedom and wind-filled hair of a glorious road trip? Find out our top 5 road trips in England, covering this entire glorious country, and let your adventures begin!
Travelling by motorhome is an amazing way to discover the United Kingdom and Ireland. A chance to get lost on endless roads through mystical landscapes, and come closer to nature, all in the comfort of your own home on wheels. Forget about 5 star hotels as you will experience 5 million stars with the starry sky above your campsite. But where can I spend the night with my motorhome? What types of motorhome stopovers are there and how can I find a motorhome parking near me? Can I also camp in the wild?
Bedfordshire is home to many attractive landmarks for all ages, ranging from the historic Elstow Abbey, to Whipsnade Zoo, to beautiful natural landscapes. With summer rapidly approaching, checking these places off your bucket list is a must for all travel enthusiasts. And what better way to do so than taking a camping trip to Bedfordshire? You can wake up to a luscious green view as you sip your morning coffee, before hitting the roads, all with staying at some of these 7 must-visit campsites in Bedfordshire.