Travel Advisor Aude-line Haxhi

Specializing In: Central Europe, Eastern Europe, France, Morocco, Spain, Portugal, Romance, Multi-Gen

Aude-line began her travel career in 2011, working in Germany’s hospitality market. She often sees herself as a dream-maker as well as a travel advisor, finding locations clients aspire to visit and making these hopes come true. She’s helped travelers achieve destinations to journeys throughout Europe.

In The Spotlight Aude-line Haxhi

  1. Number one travel tip?
  2. Pack a spare bag with you in case you make a lot of purchases, always carry some local money, make copies of your important documents, and take a lot of pictures to share with me upon your return!
  1. Is there a particular destination you return to again and again because you love it so much?
  2. Provence, France, without a doubt! It's peaceful, the locals are kind, there is culture, beauty, and multiple UNESCO villages. The locals respect and take pride in their town, products, and food. It is truly remarkable!

“It’s such an enriching industry, the world has so many beauties to discover. Learning more about travel and seeing it myself makes me feel alive!”

  1. A favored Andrew Harper Travel hotel property?
  2. Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo in Taormina, Sicily. Waking in the morning and enjoying a cup of coffee on the terrace, admiring the breathtaking view over Taormina, and the sea and Mount Etna, is spectacular!
  1. Most breathtaking scenery you’ve ever witnessed?
  2. The view over the Plitvice Lakes National Park, in Croatia.

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Aude-line Haxhi's Last Trip

Slovenia, Croatia & Montenegro

My most recent trip was to Slovenia, Croatia, and Montenegro. The region is incredibly beautiful and the history is fascinating, but what really stands out in my mind is the food. I tasted the best oysters and mussels I’ve ever had on the Peljesac Peninsula on the southern Dalmatian Coast in Croatia. I had another spectacular dining experience in Split, where during dinner at the divine restaurant ZOI we were treated to a performance of live klapa music, a form of traditional Croatian Cappella singing. The most inspiring highlights of my journey in Dubrovnik was admiring the breathtaking view of the city from the top of Srd mountain and listening to a lecture from a woman who lived through the Croatian War of Independence.

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Paris, Normandy, & Provence

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