min. 600.4 ft
max. 3707.3 ft
Salztal Paradies Bad Sachsa features three indoor pools, two kids' pools and one outdoor pool. It is not only spacious but also well equipped. A 100 m long tyre...
At the edge of Lüneburger Heide, you can find the world's largest bird park , accommodating more than 4,000 birds from all continents and climate...
Suurhausen is a little town in East Frisia, counting approximately 1,200 inhabitants. It is home to the world's most leaning tower. Although it is only half as high as its Italian...
Artifical waves create an authentic beach feeling at Zwischenahner Wellenbad. Whatever you choose, floating around on the waves or doing your laps in the sports...
min. 170.6 ft
max. 206.7 ft
The East Frisians like to call the swimming lake in Tannenhausen, a district of Aurich, Rimini of East Frisia - due to its white pebble beach. Thanks to the excellent water quality the lake enjoys immense popularity with both locals...
The Heide Park Resort in Soltau is northern Germany’s largest theme park , boasting fun for all the family with over 50 attractions and shows. Visitors...
min. 62.3 ft
max. 62.3 ft
min. 85.3 ft
max. 85.3 ft
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...
Hannover Zoo is home to more than 200 animals of over 170 different species , including Asian elephants, Atlas lions, and polar bears. Take a trip around...
Harz National Park is one of the largest forest national parks, and the first one to cross federal state borders in Germany. Of its 25,000 hectares, which makes for around 10 percent...
The Zwischenahner Meer, the third largest inland lake in Lower Saxony, is not only a popular recreation and holiday destination for locals, but also for nature lovers from near and far. The so-called "Pearl of the Ammerland", as...
With a length of 54 metres and a two-storey hall building with an arcade corridor on the upper floor, the imperial house is considered the largest...
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...
Marienburg Castle with its 160 rooms and 30-metre-high lookout towers is also known as the "Neuschwanstein of the North". King George V of Hanover named...
min. 29.5 ft
max. 364.2 ft
The Herrenhäuser Gardens in Hanover are among the most beautiful parks in Germany. They consist of four gardens: the Great Garden and the Mountain Garden...
The name of our wellness oasis comes from the Plattdeutsch and means, translated into Hochdeutsch, bathtub. In the past, these East Frisian bathtubs were not only...