Paris: 7 Virtual Walking Tours Through the City of Light

Do you miss walking the streets of Paris, bubbling with life and people? We’ve found 7 great walking videos from Paris, featuring long, treadmill-friendly walks during the day as well as at night. Did you know that Paris is called “the city of light”, or La Ville-Lumière, because of a 17th-century effort to make the city safer? To reduce the after dusk crime rate, lanterns were installed on almost all main streets. The residents of Paris were asked to place lights in their windows. Thus, wrongdoers would have a harder time hiding from the police during the night.

14 Solo Female Travelers Exploring The World

Women travel solo more than men. A survey done by Booking.com in 2014 found that 65 percent of American women were taking vacations without their partner, a number that for sure is higher today. One report from 2020 claims that 85 percent of overseas solo travelers are women. Solo Travel Society asked their female members on Facebook why they travel solo, and 46 percent said that freedom, independence, and the chance to do what they want when they want was the main driver. We’ve found 14 remarkable women who travel the world – watch their stories here.

18 Most Terrifying and Dangerous Mountain Roads in Europe

Stop reading now if you can’t handle heights well. We’ve looked high and low all over Europe (mostly high) for the most terrifying – or fantastic, depending on your preference for deep abysses – and dangerous mountain roads. Now it’s time for you to watch some of Europe’s most challenging drives.

12 School Bus To Tiny Home Conversions From Bohemian To High Tech

Have you ever dreamt of living full time in a bus? A converted school bus, or a “Skoolie,” is the vehicle of choice for many couples, families, and solo travelers living and working on the road. Bread baker or Homeschooler? There’s room for everyone.

Dogs on a Plane – Or How To Travel With Your Dog

Going on a trip with your dog? There’s a lot to think about, especially if you’re taking your best friend for a flight. Do you want to travel with them in the cabin, or are you ok with putting your four-legged friend in a dark cage in cargo? Here are some invaluable tips and hacks for air travel with your dog – as well as backpacking and road-tripping with your car or motorcycle (yes, a dog can ride too!).

20 Crazy Cool Buildings on Top of Mountains

Some of them look like the ostentatious home of a notorious Bond villain, while others have all the hallmarks of an eerie edifice straight out of a Lord of the Rings movie. There are a lot of remarkable buildings on top of mountains – We’ve put together a selection of 20 architectural and technical masterpieces. Watch videos of all the mountaintop buildings here!

12 Movies That Will Make You Long for Berlin

The German capital is one of Europe’s most desired movie stars. We’ve found 12 films starring Berlin. Set up an entire evening with classic and new Berlin movies as inspiration for the next visit!

18 Best Coffee Makers for the Backpacking Outdoor Enthusiast

Nothing tastes as good as coffee brewed outdoors. Imagine yourself in the wilderness by a lake or a river, only carrying a backpack. You’ve just unpacked your coffee beans and are about to smell the aroma of your freshly ground coffee. But with what equipment should you brew? There’s a myriad of different coffee makers tailored to the outdoor enthusiast. We’ve found 18 of the best gadgets to make coffee on the road.

12 Extreme Summer Toboggan Rides In Europe and America

Do you wanna feel the wind in your hair going down a mountainside at a high velocity? There’s a safe way of doing that. Summer toboggan is a ride that uses a bobsled-like cart to run down a track, usually built on the side of a hill. The world’s longest track can be found in Andorra, Europe, with 5,300 meters. Summer toboggan has many names and forms and is often called mountain coasters, alpine slides or coasters, and Sommerrodelbahn in German. The first summer toboggan rides were built in the 1970s.

8 Most Breathtaking Mountain Train Rides In The Alps

Dreaming of a train ride through stunning green landscapes and snow-capped mountain peaks? Join us for an evening watching some of the most picturesque train journeys through the Swiss, German, Italian, and the Austrian Alps.