National parks – nature in its original state

Here nature is king – protected from development in the extensive landscapes of the 15 national parks, it puts on a stunning show, unfurling in all its glory, and allowing you to experience unspoilt countryside and an amazing diversity of flora and fauna. This is where you discover the power of the natural world.

The Lower Oder Valley National Park is Germany's first riverbank meadow national park. It covers 60km of meadowland on both the German and the Polish banks of the river Oder, offering visitors picturesque scenery and flowering dry grassland.

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The Lower Saxony Wadden Sea National Park on Germany's North Sea coast provides protection for the Wadden Sea, the coastal area of mudflats between the Ems and Elbe rivers, as well as to the offshore East Frisian islands.

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Müritz National Park hugs the long eastern shoreline of Lake Müritz, which is by far the largest of the Mecklenburg Lakes in north-east Germany. A 660-kilometre network of trails leads through an enchanting landscape characterised by ancient beech forests, mysterious marshes and huge expanses of water – including more than 130 lakes.

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The Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park is the largest national park in central Europe. Only one third of its area is not permanently under water. The Wattenmeer as a whole is the largest unbroken area of mudflats in the world and extends from the North Sea coast of the Netherlands all the way to Denmark.

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Bavaria, located in the south-eastern corner of Germany, is home to the country's first national park, which was founded in 1970 and extended to its present size of 243 square kilometres in 1997.

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Situated in the far eastern corner of Germany, south-east of Dresden , Saxon Switzerland National Park protects more than 36,000 hectares of the Elbe Sandstone Massif, sculpted over the course of millennia by the Elbe river – the perfect place for a journey of discovery all the way back to the Cretaceous period.

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The Western-Pomeranian Boddenlandschaft National Park is the largest nature reserve on the Baltic coast. A landscape of cliffs and dunes, spits and lagoons stretching from the Darss-Zingst peninsula up towards the west coast of Rügen, and the perfect destination for anyone who loves beaches or woodland.

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