Slow Travel is about ‘living’ in a country instead of just ‘staying’ in it. It is a state of mind that allows you to appreciate the journey and profoundly experience your destination and the local people.
It is what you could call quality traveling. It is not about the quantity of attractions that you have visited or the number of things you have done, but about traveling deeper. Getting connected and exploring a country, immersing yourself and getting involved. Intensifying your travels, building everlasting memories, and friendships for life.
So, where do we come in? We confess we love to slow travel. Being out and about, off the beaten path, discovering new places. And staying in an accommodation that reflects this spirit is essential for our travel experience. Now that is what this Slow Travel Guide is all about. It is about helping you to slow travel with destination guides, stunning pictures, and tips on unique accommodations that will intensify your travel adventures.
We will take you to places you hadn’t yet heard of and also show you a personal selection of overnight stays oozing with character. From our own experience, we know how hard it is to find the right place to stay: a place that enhances our senses, rather than diminishing them. We put a lot of time and research into finding the right places. And that is why we built this Slow Travel Guide: to share our experience with you. We are doing the legwork for you, saving you time while inspiring you.
You won’t find sponsored or promoted content on this website because we don’t believe in it. We merely share what we know and love. The places we’ve been to were booked and paid for through the regular channels. In short, we mean what we say and we believe in what we recommend.
To make things easier for you, we provide direct links to relevant travel guides or to quickly book accommodations, flights, or fun and interesting things to do. These can be affiliate links. This means you will pay the same amount as you would when going to this webpages through your search engine. We will receive a tiny commission that will help us to keep this website up and running.
We hope you will enjoy using and exploring this Slow Travel Guide just as much as we enjoy making it!