By Heiko Gärtner | Wild camping for many has the scent of adventure. In the “civilized” wilderness of Europe – it’s not permitted to just pitch a tent anywhere. Which European countries allow it? Here’s our overview. There was a time when it was the order of the day to stay in expensive boutique hotels, book all-inclusive if possible, and be looked after from early in the morning until late in a tourist resort. These times are past. Holidaymakers today no longer want the comprehensive service package; they want adventure, do-it-yourself and back to bush experience.
Over the past few years, the number of camping vehicles sold has been rising; there are increasing magazines celebrating life in nature and camping products becoming fundamental lifestyle essentials. In short: Camping is trending. In the age group 65plus, especially young city dwellers are becoming more and more attracted to the outdoors. And those who like it even more individual prefer to go wild camping. Park your car or pitch your tent wherever you are. However, it’s not as easy as it sounds. That’s why we’ve taken a look at the legislation in Europe and found out where wild camping is allowed and where not.
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