Interesting places to explore in Europe

Holidays aren’t much fun, if you don’t have any trip planned. Visiting new places aren’t only fun but help you get a new perspective on different aspects of your life including personal and professional. While visiting the popular tourist destinations is the usual thing that people go for, recently the adventurous holiday trips are more in vogue among vacationers. If you are keen on adventure trips in Europe here are some fresh ideas that are sure to chase away the boredom, clear the cobwebs, and keep you alive and vibrant.

Canoeing in Portugal

Portugal coast offers plenty of adventure sports for the brave traveler. The volcanic archipelago- Azores and Furnas in Sao Miguel are places that have diverse activities to enjoy. From deep sea diving and climbing the mountains to canoeing in volcanic crater and swimming, the country has much to offer.

Cycling in Czech Republic

Vienna and Prague are popular destinations for their art galleries and of course the cheap beer. However, these are not why you need to visit the place. The beauty of the land here is something precious and untouched that you will be beholden at first sight.

The stunning valleys with Bohemian villages and endless hills make the place a paradise on earth not just for cycling but also for a drive through. The hiking routes are pristine and spectacular. You can also sign up, for some hunting expeditions here. Having the right tools for your adventure trip is important as it can enhance your adventure and make you enjoy it more. When I go on hunting trips, I make it a point to take along my special tactical knives, which I buy at http://edgehunting.com.

Winter in Sweden

Swedish wilderness is home to Siberian jays, woodpeckers, golden eagles, and bullfinches. Even if the winter is harsh here, if you are up to it, the trip is worthwhile. The remote forest regions can be explored in snowmobile. You get plenty of birds to photograph and watch here.

Walking in Faroe Islands

Faroe Islands consist of 18 islands, all volcanic, situated between Iceland and Scotland in the Norwegian Sea. You can walk in the Amabadalur valley and in Saksun village, which has a breathtaking route that passes by the tidal lagoon. Klaksvik, the largest town located between fjords and mountains, is also a must visit place here.

Mountain climbing in France

The highest mountain in Western Europe, Mont Blanc provides the right place for an exciting mountain climbing expedition. The mountain can be accessed via three routes. Of the three, the Gouter Route is a tough one requiring high level of fitness. I initially attended the practice climbs and some training before I started on the trip. It was worth it!

Another interesting place for mountain climbing is the Via Ferrata in Dolomites, Italy. The ‘iron roads’ of the First World War pass through an interesting array of mountain tunnels, swaying bridges, rusty ladders and around the limestone ranges, which is an exhilarating experience any adventurous tourist should try at least once in his or her lifetime. The Dolomites features over 200 routes making it easy to choose one suitable for you.