• View of a crane roost on Lake Galenbeck
    Lake Galenbeck at sunset ©Naturpark Am Stettiner Haff
  • Mysterious Externsteine fissured rocks
    Mysterious Externsteine fissured rocks ©Wolfgang Peters
  • Panoramic view of the Altmühl valley from Arnsberger Leite
    Panoramic view of the Altmühl valley from Arnsberger Leite ©Naturpark Altmühltal
  • This picture taken from Mount Feldberg with the northern Taunus hills in the background almost looks unreal.
    Winter on Mount Feldberg ©Naturpark Taunus
  • Gleichener See reservoir near Pfedelbach
    Gleichener See reservoir near Pfedelbach ©Naturparkverein Schwäbisch-Fränkischer Wald
  • View from the tower showing the ruins of Auerbach Castle and the famous Scots pine on the castle walls
    Auerbach Castle in the Bergstrasse region with the famous Scots pine on the castle walls ©Manfred Zenker
  • Moated palace
    Moated palace ©Dietrich Förster

Prírodné parky – oddych a zážitok z prírody

104 národných parkov spája najkrajšie kraje Nemecka. Malebné kraje plné jazier a riek, ostrovov, močarísk, krajov pokrytých rôznorodými lesmi, ako aj pahorkatiny a vysoké hory sú prístupné návštevníkom spolu s bohatou ponukou voľnočasových aktivít. Spolu zaberajú prírodné parky viac ako jednu štvrtinu územia Nemecka. Vychutnajte si túto rôznorodosť!

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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