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Typical rolling stone – loves to escape from the city to places where the time slows down and people are more friendly. Reaches peaks, takes on challenges and derives great satisfaction from it. She prefers a tent over a hotel and a bike over a car.
Typical townee – he is an urban jungle navigation specialist and a trip initiator to the European capitals. He browses through guidebooks, articles and maps, searching for hidden gems and less known attractions.
We are open for cooperation offers.
If you are:
- producer of outdoor clothing or accessories,
- producer of trekking bikes or bike accessories,
- tourist organisation,
- manager of a hotel, hostel, agrotouristic etc,
- transportation company,
- producer of electronics,
or not… but you want to involve us in your campaign, please feel free to contact us: email@example.com
Blog stats (according to Google Analytics; Jun 1 – Jul 31, 2016)
Unique users: 27,144
Page views: 60,824
Age: 18-64 years old; most 25-34
Sex: 48% women, 52% men
Localisation: 82% living in Poland, speaking Polish
Interests: travelling, citybreaks, trekking, hiking, regional cuisine
They trust us
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