Germany is home to some of the world’s most charming travel destinations, adventure activities and cuisine that sets this land apart from the rest. Germany offers a range of surprises that lets visitors live the moment. One of the most stand out locations of Germany is the Saar-Hunsrück Nature Park. The cross-border Saar-Hunsrück Nature Park along with the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park stretches over a surface area of 2,055 sqkm in the border triangle of Germany, France and Luxembourg.
It is an attractive destination for anyone seeking rest and relaxation. This varied landscape between the Mosel and the Rhine has something for everyone. If one is willing to spend a night star gazing, then a trip to Orscholz district of Mettlach is highly recommended. Another natural wonder ‘Cloefhänger’ tree houses of Mettlach, overlooking the Saar River, is a treat for the eyes and pleasure for the soul. These tents are safe and located between the trees at the height of two metres.
The Europa Park in Central Europe is a world of its own. The largest theme park in Germany, and the second most popular theme park in Europe, after Disneyland in Paris. It is home to 18 themed zones with 13 top class roller coasters and more than 100 attractions. The theme park also has numerous indoor activities, notably the Rulantica Water World. The park is said to be camouflaged for Halloween as well as for the winters. Six hotels are opened inside the park for the visitors to relax after an eventful day. The large number of diverse and colorful events make Europa-Park a one-of-a-kind getaway destination all year long.
The Spreewald Forest is a one-of-a-kind, lagoon-like water labyrinth in Europe under special UNESCO protection. The local traditions, architecture as well as the beauty of the nature can be best explored best by going on a punting boat, canoe or bike rides. On the edge of the Spreewald Forest you can spot Brandenburg’s largest natural lake, the Schwielochsee. Discover the sprawling fields and mystical high forest in the heart of the Spreewald Forest by foot or by bike, and be enchanted by the idyllic landscape.
Ever wondered what a primeval forest looks like from above? That’s what the treetop trail in Hainich National Park offers the visitors. At 13,000 hectares, Hainich is the largest single area of deciduous forest in Germany. Around half of it is a national park, and since 2011 it has been a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Large swathes of the national park used to be restricted military zones, remaining completely untouched for decades. Here, the woodland was left to grow freely according to nature’s ancient rhythms, and the ‘primeval forest’ returned. It looks a bit like an enchanted wood from a fairytale, and you can see it all from above on the treetop trail.
Germany is well known for many things. It has a strong economy, it is the birthplace of classical music and philosophy, it has a rich culture, and it is known for its scenic beauty, the mountains and great seas, ancient forests, fine dining and beers. Germany is among one of the best places to visit for a traveller.