Who Are We? What Is This Website About?
Ingrid: from Belgium. Art and food lover. Interested in locations travel guides hardly talk about. Builder, writer and photographer of this website. Crazy about Scritti Politti, Mads Mikkelsen and new technology. In love with her Nikon D7100. Deeply in love with Lars.
Lars and Ingrid are not young nor sexy. But they believe that life is either an incredible adventure or nothing at all. They also think that beauty, authenticity and extraordinary experiences can be everywhere, especially in lesser known locations. Lars and Ingrid are also very curious, they like being on the road, taking it easy, enjoying life. This website started as their travel journal and has evolved into a source of information and inspiration.
Lars and Ingrid travel several times a year; for a day, a (long) weekend, a week or a month. They usually go to new countries and regions - although they do have their "classics"! Finally, they rely on tourist information offices, the local population, Lonely Planet e-books or they simply improvise.
Road Tripping Europe is dedicated to photographing the backroads of Europe, exploring beauty and enjoying life!
Our best travel experiences so far (2010 - 2016)!
Hidden Between the Vineyards
Anne And The Hills
Fine Dining In The Albanian Sky
How to Hug A Cow
A different Denmark – Seeing friends again… – Part 2
Spring in Italy: Crossing the Dolomites
Our Adaptable Adventure – Grenen: Where we were tourists
The Wild Eastern Trip – Day 8: Odessa
Our Adaptable Adventure – Driving on the Lysebotnvegen
So far, they have planned these trips and excursions:
- Several dates in 2016; multicultural days in Antwerp
- June: Denmark - Eupen
- July/August 2016: Summer in the city, Creepy Travels revisited, a royal visit, a boat trip on the Brussels canal and lots more!
- 23 August 2016: youth nostalgia in Wortegem - Petegem.
- September 2016: birthday party in Romania
- October 2016: a week in the south of France
- Christmas holiday 2016: Porto
- July 2016: Ingrid and Lars get married in Romania
As promised yesterday, today we feature the video of our trip to the Romanian countryside. I know that most of the video is quite shaky, but that is due to the bad road conditions. We just want you to have an idea of what Romanian villages look like, at least in that part of the country. Anyway, enjoy!