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Ania Rodzinniedookolaswiata.pl / SWEDISH SAXINE

They travel in a four. Two adults, a 7-year-old and an infant, and as a real team agreed to conquer the world together. They love to get to know new places, delve into the secrets of the local cuisine, actively spend time outdoors. They love to walk in the mountains and try to visit them at every opportunity. They run a travel blog, profile on Facebook and Instagram. All this to show others that the world is beautiful, and the birth of a child does not mean that you have to give up anything and sit at home. Traveling with children is extraordinary and inspiring, so it’s worth getting the world in their company!

"Traveling is not only passion for us, it is primarily a way to gather family memories and build relationships.

We devote 100% of our time to traveling, which is sometimes difficult in everyday life due to mundane duties. When I started to think about the place that most stuck in our memory, it quickly turned out that there are quite a lot of such places. And how can you choose only one?
In the end, I decided that this will be our „WOW” this year, that is the National Park of Saxon Switzerland. Despite the name, it is not in Switzerland at all, and in Germany, just near the border with the Czech Republic, only 100 kilometers from Poland. This magical region full of ravines, rock labyrinths, paths running through a thick, dark forest crept into our hearts unnoticed and left its mark forever. In Saxon Switzerland, we did some very successful treks, and the trail that led us to the Schrammsteine ​​rocks made the biggest impression on us. As for us, it was the proverbial cherry on the cake. There was everything we like, narrow passages, ladders, some really steep, climbing stairs, impressive blocks of rock, and finally the picturesque views that we still have before our eyes. We felt like we were moving to a completely different world, one from Tolkien’s story, and that’s what we love most in traveling.”

– Ania Rodzinniedookolaswiata.pl