Great Ideas For Your Trip
Having the third-largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Spain has no shortage of historical destinations to visit. The diverse landscapes of Spain vary from snow-capped mountains, deserts, to lush meadows, along with coasts on both the Atlantic and Mediterranean.
Arguably having some of the greatest natural beauty in the world, Norway has an abundance of snow-capped mountains and dramatic fjords.
Ireland’s landscapes are full of lush green hills and medieval castles. Visiting an Irish pub is always a fun experience where friendly locals are eager to strike up a conversation.
3 Ideas Of Possible Hiking In Europe
Monte Perdido, Spain
If you’re in Spain and looking for a relatively simple climb, Monte Perdido is well worth a visit. The mountain is considered to be an ‘F grade’, and while there are still some challenging parts, it can certainly be tackled by less-experienced climbers.
Mont Blanc, Alps
Mont Blanc is one of the mightiest mountains in Europe, standing at 15,777 feet high. It’s the highest peak in the Alps, and the view at the top is something you’ll never forget. There are tons of routes with hikes for all difficulty levels.
The Dolomites, located in Southern Italy, form part of the Southern Limestone Alps. The mountain range is known to offer some of the best weather in all of the Alps as it receives less rain, which means there’s a wide window of opportunity for climbing.