Germany

It’s a large country making it very diverse, however holiday parks in Germany can be found everywhere. The most popular destinations are the coastline along the North Sea and Baltic Sea and the East Frisian Islands. Then there is Berlin and the nature are towards the Polish border. Mountainous areas like Sauerland, Eifel, Black Forest and the Bavarian Alps ensure the best active holiday. Culture lovers can chose from a wide range of beautiful cities all with an interesting history. There is so much to see that you never can in one lifetime, but the holiday parks in Germany are the best place to start your exploration. The Sauerland Germany is a popular destination with ski resorts only a few hours’ drive away. The Sauerland is one of these areas. As soon as the weather allows it, we pack our skis and go. A spontaneous break, but it’s not only in winter that you should go here. In summer there are endless possibilities for hiking, biking and horse riding. You can start at the doorstep of your bungalow park. Another popular area is the Eifel, a beautiful nature reserve that stretches all the way into Belgium, just north of the Ardennes, connecting these 2 important holiday destinations. City trip to Berlin Berlin is once again the capital of Germany, after the revolution of 1989 and being divided in east and west for 40 years. Berlin is one of Europe’s largest cultural, political and scientific centers. It’s no wonder that the city has such a pull on young people, the cultural atmosphere, festivals and shows but also the free life style make it the place to be for many. It’s a must to have been in Berlin. Munich Famous for its annual October fests, Munich is a city in southern Germany offering a large amount of unique museums and a versatile cultural offer. It also offers plenty of historical buildings like the Theatiner Church dating from the 17th century and the main church of the city, the Frauenkirche from the 15th century. Some of the summer palaces of Bavarian royalty can be found here too, like Castle Nymphenburg, a baroque palace. The Black Forest of fairy tales The Black Forest or as the Germans call it, Schwarzwald is a densely forested nature area. Tourists have come here to go hiking from the beginning of last century. The holiday parks have a century worth of experience. It’s also one of the most popular holiday destinations of the Germans themselves and well known across the world for the famous fairy tales of the Grimm Brothers.

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History, culture and modern vibes with a holiday park in Germany

Germany is a country with a very diverse culture and nature, thus it is ideal for a cultural break or outdoor adventure. Lake Constance, for example, has much to offer in terms of nature, wildlife, culture and sports. It is a perfect escape for both young and old, for romance lovers as well as for adventure lovers, with a holiday park in Germany. With the Alps in the background, Lake Constance is a beautiful environment of sunshine and emerald green water so water sports are a delight here. The lake also has three small islands, including Mainau, a popular tourist spot famous for its flora. Meanwhile, on Reichenau island you'll find the 8th century Abbey of Reichenau, a UNESCO World Heritage site, ideal for those desirous of experiencing culture on a small island, while in the port town of Lindau on Lindau island you'll encounter plenty of atmosphere, shops and a promenade that's just right for a pleasant walk when on a family holiday in Germany. However you choose to spend your time in this country, disappointment will surely not be on the menu!

A cultural holiday
A very diverse country, Germany offers plenty of culture to its visitors. Take places like Bamberg in Bavaria for example. Built on seven hills and referred to as the "Franconian Rome", its Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage site and contains the Altenburg Castle, a 13th century cathedral which houses the tomb of Pope Clement II, and the 14th century town hall which sits amidst the Regnitz River and is accessible by two bridges. Home to 8 breweries, Bamberg is also known for its smoked beer, Rauchbier, which you can try in the famous Schlenkeria tavern when on holiday in Germany. Great cities like Berlin, with its 6000 years of human history, and Bremen, famous for its Roland statue, are both ideal destinations for sightseeing. Actually, the entire country has its share of impressive attractions.

Visit Goethe's Frankfurt
Scenic mountains where you can enjoy climbing or mountain biking, lush forests perfect for hiking, and wonderful rivers and lakes, ideal for water sports. These are all features of this country that make for some really good times here with family or friends at a holiday park in Germany. And let's not forget great cities like Frankfurt-am-Main, one of the primary business and cultural centers of Germany. Following in the footsteps of Goethe here, with a visit to his ancestral family home or the Goethe Museum located next door, will be an unique experience while on holiday in Germany. His spirit lives on even in the Frankfurt City Forest, in the form of the Goethe Tower, a 45-meter-high wooden tower offering a beautiful view of the surroundings. It's a popular place for a day trip with the kids as there are a cafe and a playground situated in front of the tower. A few more famous Frankfurt sites include the Jewish Museum; the Senckenberg Natural History Museum, the second largest in Germany; Palm Garden, a beautiful piece of nature in the city; and the Römerberg, the main square with historic town hall dating from Roman times. Just glamorous!

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Best Holiday Park regions

Baden-Wurttemberg

Baden-Wurttemberg

The third biggest state in Germany, the Baden-Wurttemberg is in the southwestern part of the country and it houses the city of Stuttgart, one of the most important ones in the country. The region is a very popular tourist destination, and with a holiday park in Baden-Wurttemberg you can be one of the tourists that enjoy the modern and historic city of Stuttgart, with the historic Wilhelma zoo, the Castle Solitude, the mineral spring baths in Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt and many others. For fans of the outdoors, there is the countryside of the Upper Neckar valley, the pristine Danube valley Swabian Alb, the flower island of Mainau, he Bertha Benz Memorial Route, which is also a piece of history. The list can go on and on, but what is to be taken from it firstly is the certainty of a holiday that will be nothing short of the best in the Baden-Wurttemberg.

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North Rhine-Westphalia

North Rhine-Westphalia

The land of museums, cultural centers, concert halls and theaters, this region of Germany awaits its visitors with numerous attractions, including some World Heritage Sites like the Aachen Cathedral, the Cologne Cathedral, the Zeche Zollverein coal mine in Essen and the Augustusburg Palace in Bruhl, all easily accessible from a holiday park in North Rhine-Westphalia. The region also hosts film festivals in cities like Cologne, Bonn, Dortmunt and many others. The modern architecture here is exquisite here, take the Neuer Zollhof in Düsseldorf for example, or the Art Nouveau Zeche Zollern in Dortmund. A walk along the banks of the river Rhine can surpass expectations, also here you'll have the chance of walking along the Pader, the shortest river in Germany. The place is nothing short of ideal for a little cultural break.

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Rhineland-Palatinate

Rhineland-Palatinate

In the central south-west part of Germany you find this idyllic region, with astonishing river landscapes, in a mountainous land, with historical cities and villages and some of the famous wine producers of the country. The Hambach Castle brings back the atmosphere of the 1800's, the cathedrals in cities like Mainz, Speyer, and Worms give a total sense of serenity and the museums like the Wilhelm-Hack-Museum of modern art take the region's culture to another level. The perfect escape into the German history, culture and nature with one of the holiday parks in Rhineland-Palatinate. The city of Idar-Oberstein, the German capital of the gemstone industry is certainly an interesting venue, as well as cities like Frankenthal with the porcelain factory and Trier, the country's oldest city.

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