SAUDADE OF THE AZORES

Deciding to go on a trip, one needs only a little spirit of adventure, a love of nature and curiosity. 9 islands and more than 1,700 volcanoes make up this archipelago located in the heart of the Atlantic Ocean, a paradise of biodiversity. Come with me to the Azores, to discover the beauty between Terceira and Sao Miguel.

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LONDON CALLING FOR OPEL

Whilst waiting for a journey time passes so slowely that it never seems to come however if you wait for a reason to travel that never fails to come easily. In this case my reason has a name: Opel. So I find myself in London, looking for technology, among the red buses, old fashioned phone booths, taxis darting and … The rain of course. Otherwise it would not be London.

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HOLLAND RELOADED

An incessant ping pong between the most beautiful places in North Holland, between bicycles, windmills, cheeses and a taste of local traditions. An invitation to go and perhaps even to stay, just around the corner from Amsterdam.

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SANTORINI: A TASTE OF GREECE, WHITE AND BLUE

Plato’s Atlantis, the cradle of a rich and powerful ancient civilization, the land shaped from it’s own volcano, welcome to Santorini. The southernmost of the Islands of Cyclades and perhaps the most romantic, it is often chosen by those who have to pronounce the life changing “Yes”. A journey that reveals and at the same time confirms all of its extraordinary beauty.

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DAYDREAMING IN VAL D’ORCIA – TUSCANY

Before leaving for a trip there are always so many questions to answer: where, why, but mostly how. Where: Val d’ Orcia, among the rolling green hills and villages which have an authentic Renaissance style. Why? Because Val d’Orcia exemplifies Tuscany. How? On board the new Opel Mokka, everywhere, with elegance. Seat belts on, off we go.

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BUDAPEST: AN ALTERNATIVE WEEKEND

Alternative, alive, passionate and peaceful at the same time. Budapest is a modern capital that moves to the beat of the music throughout the year on the waters of the Danube, Duna in Hungarian. One discovers it through curiosity, love of art or just to spend a weekend together with a friend, as in my case. The important thing is to discover it. Even for a short time.

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