• Uckermark - Jetty on Lake Zenssee in the Uckermark region
    Uckermark - Jetty on Lake Zenssee in the Uckermark region ©TMB-Fotoarchiv (H. Silbermann)
  • Bavarian Forest
    Bavarian Forest ©BAYERN Tourismus Marketing GmbH (Jan Greune)
  • Juist - Beach on Juist Island
    Juist - Beach on Juist Island ©Bjur456
  • Ammergau Alps - Lüftl paintings (traditional murals) in Oberammergau
    Ammergau Alps - Lüftl paintings (traditional murals) in Oberammergau ©Panthermedia/Eberhard Starosczik
  • The Black Forest - Lake Schluchsee
    The Black Forest - Lake Schluchsee ©Hochschwarzwald Tourismus GmbH
  • Eifel - Hikers on the Eifelsteig Trail
    Eifel - Hikers on the Eifelsteig Trail ©Eifel Tourismus GmbH
  • Peene valley - Paddling down the Peene
    Peene valley - Paddling down the Peene ©Abenteuer Peenetal
  • Hallig islands - A man-made Warft hill on one of the Hallig islands
    Hallig islands - A man-made Warft hill on one of the Hallig islands ©DZT/Panorama-Fotografie Vernunft, Olaf
  • Saxon Switzerland - The Bastei rocks
    Saxon Switzerland - The Bastei rocks ©TMGS (Katja Fouad Vollmer)

Sustainable holidays: the German regions

Discover selected regions of Germany with outstanding sustainability concepts. From the North Sea to the Alps, vibrant landscapes await you in an unspoilt natural setting.

The Werra river snakes its way for 300 kilometres from its source on the Rennsteig ridge through Thuringia , northern Hessen and southern Lower Saxony – often alongside the former inner-German border. At Hannoversch Münden, the Werra and Fulda merge to become the Weser river.

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The World Heritage region of Wartburg Hainich combines two of Thuringia’s most significant tourist destinations: historical Wartburg Castle and the ancient beech forests, which not only reflect the two sides to the UNESCO coin – culture and nature – but also offer a world of opportunities for visitors now and in the future.

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Up in the north east of the March of Brandenburg, wind turbines rotate on the horizon and the hustle and bustle of city life feels like a distant memory. And yet here is a place with its finger firmly on the pulse: regional producers, energy suppliers and small family businesses are all driving sustainable development as part of an eco-friendly tourism network.

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There has always been something special about the Lippe region. It was here that the legendary Battle of Teutoburg Forest took place in 9 AD, when the Teutons, led by Hermann the Cheruscan, stopped the Romans’ northern advance. The region still proudly refers to itself as ‘Hermann’s Teutoburg Forest’.

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The Spree Forest: central Europe’s most beautiful inland delta. Rivers and streams flow slowly between tranquil villages, where Sorbs still practise their age-old customs and boatmen guide their wooden punts along the narrow waterways at a leisurely pace.

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