Zaragoza, a touristic visit

Exploring Zaragoza, we started at the Aljafería Palace, before we strolled into the centre where around the Plaza de Pilar the Basilica and Lonja together with the Fountain of Hispanicity and many other buildings impress with its grandeur. The Aljafería Palace was built as a fortified medieval palace during the 11th century in the Taifa of Zaragoza, an independent …

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Street Art

Where would you expect numerous murals in Spain? Madrid, Barcelona or a tiny village in Lleida province? Penelles is exactly that and famous for its street art and the Gargar festival celebrating it every year. This lovely community even provides a free parking for caravans with a service station in the centre of the village. …

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Roca del Corb

At the foothills of the Pyrenees, near the villag e of Peramola, lies a fascinating rock formation, called Roca del Corb. We found a hike on Wikiloc, starting from the village, which we followed up into the mountains and around Roca del Corb with incredible views of an even bigger and similar rock formation. They …

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Crossing the Pyrenees

We drove into the Pyrenees in the direction to Andorra and came to a Spanish enclave in France, which consists of the village of Llívia with about 1590 inhabitants and lies at 1223 metres surrounded by mountains up to 2900 metres high. We used a lovely parking to meet with Cordy’s parents, which were on …

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Stop @ Vichy and Sévérac

As we were longing to get to a warmer region, we just crossed France again, stopping at Vichy and Sévérac for a brake. We were travelling mostly on toll free roads, as we are always paying a lot with our size of camper. Vichy is well known as a spa town. There are six different …

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Going off the road

We are now more than 1000 days on the road and always try our best to find spectacular spots. After traveling through 34 countries and driving 100 000 kilometres, we know, that only about 3 percent are gravel road and a tiny part of it are really challenging off road passages. As we are driving …

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