Karoline Tigges is a YouTuber and influencer. On her channels, she lets her followers share in her life between dogs, van life and nature. In this report, Karo gives tips and tricks for traveling to Greece by ferry and takes us on a journey between freedom, culture, lonely places and the metropolis.
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Karo and Kevin with their two dogs, Milka and Toffee
14 days in October/November 2021
approx. 4,000 km
Peleponnese & Athens (Greece)
It was important to us to get the "Camping on Board" tariff for the ferry trip. This is really a hot tip, because here you can sleep in your own mobile home, which is a great added value. This is much more relaxed, especially for the dogs.
Athens is a beautiful, diverse city with so much to explore. This city will stay in my memory forever.
We were on a pitch in Athens that was super central but very noisy. Unfortunately, the volume was not ideal for the dogs. The other pitches by the sea were at Elea. However, you have to be lucky to find a place there.
The Acropolis of Athens. An absolute highlight, both from up close and from afar. The Corinth Canal is also very impressive.
When we made a stopover in a remote place, a van suddenly drove straight towards us. We had a bit of a queasy feeling – somewhere in the middle of nowhere in Greece. However, it turned out to be a Greek baker and so the weird feeling turned into a wonderful breakfast.
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