• Mount Arber in autumn
    Mount Arber in autumn ©Naturpark Bayerischer Wald
  • Bourtanger Moor-Bargerveen Nature Park, moorland expedition
    Bourtanger Moor-Bargerveen Nature Park ©Int. Naturpark Bourtanger Moor – Bargerveen
  • Moated palace
    Moated palace ©Dietrich Förster
  • Mysterious Externsteine fissured rocks
    Mysterious Externsteine fissured rocks ©Wolfgang Peters

Természeti parkok – pihenés és természet

A 104 természeti park Németország legszebb tájait egyesíti. A festői tavak és folyóvidékek, szigetek, mocsarak, sokszínű erdős tájak, valamint közép- és magashegységek az élményajánlatokkal együtt felfedezésre várnak. A természeti parkok Németország felszínének több mint egynegyedét teszik ki. Élvezze ezt a sokszínűséget!

Located near the cities of Bremen and Oldenburg, Wildeshauser Geest Nature Park is the largest nature reserve by area in Lower Saxony and, thanks to the diversity of its terrain, is a landscape full of contrasts.

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The nature reserve is situated between the forests of the Rennsteig and the castles on the Saale river – a picture-perfect landscape of mountains and valleys, streams and rivers, meadows and woods.

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Natural beauty and imposing landmarks, picturesque highlands and cultural and historical highlights – these are what make up the Teutoburg Forest / Egge Hills Nature Park, the largest in North Rhine-Westphalia .

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Discover the landscape of Germany's northernmost highlands. Whether you're a cyclist or hiker, a culture lover or a geology enthusiast, or whether you're just looking to relax, the TERRA.vita Nature Park and Geopark has something for everyone.

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The southern Black Forest is one of Germany's most beautiful recreation areas. Peaks with stunning views, traditional local farms, dense forests – a captivating mix of nature, culture and tradition.

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At the end of the 19th century, the Brandenburg novelist and hiking enthusiast Theodor Fontane wrote extensively about the landscape in the heart of the Ruppiner Land region, and it has remained largely unchanged since then.

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Located in north-west Bavaria , the Spessart Hills Nature Park protects one of Germany's largest and most beautiful deciduous forests. The hills are bordered by the valley of the river Main with its picture-perfect towns and castles.

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Welcome to Germany's largest nature park, where you can experience nature at first hand, whether by cycling, hiking or trying some typical Black Forest delicacies from one of the inns in the park.

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These woodlands, fens, lakes and heaths are hugely popular with holidaymakers from the nearby towns along the Rhine, Ruhr and Maas rivers and from across the border in the Netherlands.

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The Swabian-Franconian Forest Nature Park has something for everyone, from meadows and vineyards reminiscent of the Mediterranean to rugged forest ravines and the UNESCO World Heritage Roman Limes.

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Situated in Rhineland-Palatinate and the Saarland , this multifaceted nature park covers an area of 2,055 square kilometres where Germany borders France and Luxembourg.

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In southern Saxony-Anhalt between Thuringia and Saxony lies the Saale-Unstrut-Triasland Nature Park and Geopark, which offers a stunning combination of scenery, culture and history.

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Near to Lake Constance, where the Alps begin and the landscape is characterised by its unusual geology, the Nagelfluhkette Nature Park is part of a diverse landscape comprising biospheres and national parks.

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The Lüneburg Heath Nature Park is situated in northern Germany in the triangle created by Hamburg , Bremen and Hannover ,

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Between Hamburg, Lübeck and the former border between East and West Germany lies the Lauenburg Lakes Nature Park, with its deep forests, countless lakes, marshland and numerous cultural monuments.

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Situated in the heart of Hessen , the Lahn-Dill-Bergland Nature Park is bordered by the Lahn and Dill rivers. Twenty different walking trails make up an outstanding network of premium routes.

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In the Usedom Island Nature Park, popular seaside resorts on wide sandy beaches and imposing steep banks are juxtaposed with marshland, dunes and lakes surrounded by hill ranges.

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In the eastern part of Schleswig-Holstein , you can enjoy the hilly lakeland scenery on foot, by bike, by boat or on horseback – and then unwind in the picturesque towns and villages.

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Ancient castles, gentle hills, cool streams and sprawling forests are characteristic features of this nature reserve in the south-west of Brandenburg – a walker's paradise just outside Berlin .

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Situated in the heart of Europe just outside the city of Frankfurt, Taunus Hills Nature Park is one of the region's biggest tourist attractions.

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The Harz Mountains Nature Park, located in Germany's northernmost highlands, is a landscape of great diversity comprising broad upland plains and meadows, and wild and romantic wooded valleys.

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In northern Bavaria on the verdant border with Thuringia lies the Franconian Forest Nature Park, a highlands area of sweeping views, flower-filled valley meadows and magnificent castles.

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Located among the Elbe and Mulde riverscapes between Leipzig and the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Dessau-Wörlitz and Wittenberg , Düben Heath is an oasis of calm and wellness.

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The Eifel highlands – a unique natural environment, including not only the Hohes Venn (High Fens) and millions of wild narcissi, but also castles and palaces. There's a whole range of experiences on offer at the reserve, from 'Eifel Expeditions' to views from the peaks.

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Situated between Emsland, Bentheim and the Dutch province of Drenthe, what used to be the largest continuous moorland in central Europe enjoys a unique ecosystem.

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The land between the Rhine, Odenwald forest and Neckar river is characterised by over 500 million years of geological history, diverse natural surroundings and good old-fashioned hospitality.

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Reaching from the Danube valley all the way to the Grosser Arber mountain, the Bavarian Forest Nature Park takes in 89 towns and villages in the districts of Straubing-Bogen, Deggendorf, Regen and Freyung-Grafenau.

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Located north of Berlin, Barnim Nature Park comprises large areas of forest, idyllic lakes, untamed rivers and pristine moors. The park benefits from excellent walking and cycling routes, GPS data and discovery trails.

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The unspoilt, lagoon-dotted coastline, extensive forest and centuries-old cultivated landscape make this area, situated in north-eastern Germany on the border with Poland, an attractive holiday destination.

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Covering 3,000 square kilometres in the heart of Bavaria, Altmühl Valley Nature Park is one of Germany's largest reserves. Bizarre rock formations and juniper heathland are features of this beautiful riverscape.

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