2 Femmes en 2CV

A ‘Road Trip’ just like ‘Thelma & Louise’

This is a story of two women trying to leave all ties behind. To break the chains of a society that wants us quiet, obedient, normative, productive, fertile, alienated and consumers of capitalism. It is a story of leaving everything behind to seek freedom, to discover who we are and what we want in live. To stop waiting to start acting. And it is a small story, of two women who, without being specially brave or singular, decided to check for ourselves what happens when you leave the confort zone.

Like Thelma and Louise, we are Eva and Ana, the main characters in this adventure about friendship, feminism, slow travelling and building a way of life far from conventions. One day we decided that it was time to take control of our lives and write our own story. With that innocence of something that goes directly to the heart and that strength of the impulsiveness. When you behave by heart, without thinking too much of the consequences. When thinking or planning is overrated.

The trip changed completely our lives and allowed us to be aware that we can achieve whatever we want, that limits are mental barriers that we need to overcome and it is precisely out of the comfort zone when you can have the best experiences.

mapa viaje

Me han pasado cosas raras en el mundo, pero que me pare un 2CV con dos chavalas que están dando la vuelta al mundo en Georgia y me manden hacer la flor de loto…

Jesús Calleja

Para que luego digan que las mujeres no somos osadas y valientes. Les vamos a mostrar el viaje de dos amigas sin prisas conduciendo un 2CV.


Toda una odisea. La mallorquina Ana Vega y la catalana Eva Serra iniciaron hace 17 meses la aventura de su vida. Entre sus experiencias, las jóvenes convivieron en un campo de refugiados sirios.

Diario de Mallorca

The Book

A 20-months trip in which two women driving a Citroën 2CV cross Europe by the Mediterranean Sea, the Middle East and the Caucasian countries. A story of empathy. Sorority. Discovery. A living proof of forgotten conflicts even before they started. Like the biggest migration crisis of the history of Humanity, the failed military coup in Turkey or the war in Nagorno Kharabakh. Seat with us in the back seat of the car and travel with: Thunder, a Citroën 2CV from 1983; Ana Vega, journalist and humanist from Mallorca; Eva Serra, Catalan publisher.

“On a piece of blue sky they started the trip. The starting point, hidden within their hair, were the lines of the brain where -like seeds-, questions and worries were gathered. Below the bone marrow they spent the first days, riding the vertebras purely excited, until they reached a flat path, the thin sole of their feet where, resting without any hurry, they felt well”

Gustavo Duch.