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The Best Places In Europe To Travel With Your Drone

The Best Places In Europe To Travel With Your Drone

Have you just invested in a drone but can’t decide where to take it on its first trip? Or, have you always wanted to visit the most photogenic destinations in Europe?

If so, the Case Farm, who provide a range of protective drone cases to keep all your drone equipment safe while on your travels, have put together a spectacular European itinerary full of adventures and unforgettable experiences for you and your drone.

Some of Europe’s best kept secrets

From the historic landmark of Stonehenge in the south of England, to the idyllic white sand beaches of Corfu in Greece, the range of destinations to visit with your drone are truly inspiring. There are even some hidden gems on the list, so you can take some truly unique photos with your drone, including the Civita di Bagnoregio known as Italy’s ‘Jewel on the Hill or the Northern Lights in Bergen, Norway.

Whether you follow the list of destinations as a step by step spectacular itinerary for a trip around Europe or as a bucket list to tick off the destinations one by one, you will be sure to capture some stunning images with your drone.

Keeping up to date with drone laws and regulations

Whether it’s prior approval, a specific drone license, age restrictions or even little to no restrictions whatsoever, every country has Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) laws and regulations which can change on a regular basis. Some countries also have restrictions on the value of possessions you can actually take into the country and whether or not you can fly your drone or take photographs in certain areas. Therefore, it’s essential that you stay up to date with all the drone laws and regulations before travelling to any destination and before setting your drone free.

Where you can find the relevant information

Luckily for you, as well as providing useful information on where to go and what to see in each destination, the infographic below also includes a basic outline of the local laws and regulations on where you can and can’t fly a drone. For some countries, you will need to take a license, or at least register before flying your drone. The guide even provides a link to the official UAV laws and regulations website for each country, to make sure you have a hassle-free trip.

Taking in 9 countries and 11 destinations across the length and breadth of Europe, you’ll travel just over 6,500 miles on this whistle-stop drone tour. What you can be sure of, is that whether you’re capturing the sunset over the Elbe River in Germany, or soaking up the paradise waterfalls of the Krka National Park in Croatia, you’re in for an unforgettable European drone adventure.

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