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Surrounded by an impressive mountain world, the Freibergsee lies south of Oberstdorf . In summer, the 18-hectare mountain lake is home to Germany's southernmost natural swimming pool. The water quality is excellent and the water...
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Kellerwald-Edersee National Park is the first national park in Hesse, and comprises 5,738 hectares. It gets its name from the southern part of the Keller mountain crest. Protecting the...
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Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg is the largest model railway in the world . More than 1,000 trains with 10,000 waggons are on a journey through the...
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Child €7.50
Sen. €13
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Jasmund National Park is located on the island of Rügen , at the north-east of Mecklenburg-Hither Pomerania. Of the 3,100 ha surface, 2,400 ha are covered in land, 700 ha in water....
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With a surface of 320 square kilometres, Müritz National Park is the biggest forest national park in Germany . More than 70 percent of the area is covered in forest, 13 percent in...
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The North Sea wadden sea is the largest mudflat area in the world. It is home to three strictly protected national parks. Just like the Lower Saxon and the Schleswig-Holstein Wadden...
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Hainich is a primeval forest in the middle of Germany. Part of UNESCO World Natural Heritage of Ancient and Primeval Beech Forests , the national park was founded in 1997, and makes up...
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If you want to visit the holiday island Fehmarn, you can easily reach it via the Fehmarn Sound Bridge . The bridge, often referred to by the locals as the "coat hanger", is an...
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Located on Frauenplatz square in the city centre, the Cathedral of Our Lady, known as Frauenkirche, is one of Munich's most famous landmarks. Frauenkirche is a three-aisled lathe...
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At 345,000 hectares, the wadden sea by the Lower Saxon North Sea coast is the second biggest national park in Germany. It is even recognised as a UNESCO biosphere reserve. Alongside...
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The Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea is not only a national park, but also UNESCO World Natural Heritage and biosphere reserve . Along with the Hamburg and Lower Saxon Wadden Sea, it is...
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The Tropen- Aquarium is located right by the main entrance of Tierpark Hagenbeck in Hamburg. The building itself, modelled on a derelict Asian...
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Child €10
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Western Pomerania Lagoon Area National Park is the third biggest national park in Germany , and stretches over parts of the Baltic Sea as well as land areas such as the island of...
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Experience woods, water and wildernis at Eifel National Park. Wildcats, black storks and more than 2,000 other endangered animals and plants find a safe habitat at this 110 sqare...
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Marienplatz is a central square in Munich's city centre. From almost every side road around it, you can easily get to the square. It is the ideal starting point for a walk through...
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Lower Oder Valley National Park is Germany's only wetland national park as well as the first transborder reserve in cooperation with Poland. The wetlands are the core of this area....
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Hainich Canopy Walkway is located at Hainich National Park. At a length of 534m/1,752ft, it leads through the treetops of the primeval forest . The path is...
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Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park stretches over the high levels of Hunsrück at a surface of 10,000 hectares. Hikers and nature lovers find a spacious reserve, where nature is left to...
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A Diverse Country In the Middle of Europe

The Federal Republic of Germany is located in the heart of Europe, and is divided into 16 federal states. Berlin, the capital city, is located in the north east of the country. Once divided by the intra-German border, the city is now one of the cultural hotspots.

Besides exciting cities, historic monuments, and a lively culture, there are also idyllic landscapes to explore.

In its north, the country is shaped by the coastal scenery of North Sea and Baltic sea, while uplands dominate the middle of Germany. Impressive Alpine peaks can be found in the south. Thousands of miles of  hike and bike trails wind their way through the outdoors; numerous lakes invite you for a swim.

More than 6,250 museums can be found all over the country, providing insight into art, culture, and history. Additionally, around 350 theatres and over 30 amusement parks are there for entertainment. Cultural highlights include the carnival in Cologne, Munich's Oktoberfest, or Dresden's Striezelmarkt.

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