8 hours in Amsterdam

If you’re holidaying at Camping Duinrell in Holland this summer, the obvious choice for a day trip is Amsterdam. Easily accessible from the campsite, either on Holland’s super-efficient bus and train network, or by car (though we’d suggest park and ride rather than driving into the city), there’s loads to see and do.

While it would be impossible to cram everything in to one day, it is possible to see a lot as the city centre is fairly compact.

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10 reasons to visit Austria

Camping Bella Austria is a glorious sanctuary if you are literally looking to head for the hills. But if you’re curious about what else Austria has to offer, here’s our top 10 reasons to visit.

#10 Adventure

With a dynamic landscape that boasts majestic mountains, luscious forests and crystal-clear lakes, Austria offers a natural playground for adventurers and explorers. Trails for hiking or biking are in abundance, while you can take part in some forest climbing at Gröbming Adventure Park, Styria.

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Spotlight on lakes & mountains

Avoid the hustle and bustle of city life and soak up the scenery on a lakes and mountains holiday. Enjoy walking, cycling, swimming or any type of water-based activity you can think of – a visit to the lakes or mountains can be as hectic or laid-back as you want it to be. Discover beautiful alpine country and glorious shimmering lakes, where the climate is perfect during the summer months.

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Tapas, Paella and Sangria

Spanish cuisine isn’t quite as foreign as it once seemed. Nowadays a lot of British High Streets and shopping centres have a Spanish restaurant where you can indulge in the delicious food, although it can definitely be argued that Spanish food tastes better when sat under glorious sunshine, with a view of a beach and with a large jug of Sangria to help wash it down.

Here we look at a couple of the most popular dishes:

Tapas

Traditionally in Spain, Tapas is served before the first course, more often than not with a glass of wine. Tapas means ‘cover’ or ‘lid’ and it’s said to have originated from a piece of bread being used as a cover to keep flies out of the wine – clever thinking!

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