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Germany has a wealth of natural and untouched landscapes. Its diverse and unique flora & fauna create an unforgettable experience for the visitors.

Black Forest

Use it or lose it’ is the motto of the Black Forest’s nature parks. With a total area of 7450 sq km, they are the two largest nature reserves in Germany, and there are so many different ways to discover the scenery and landscape.

They border the fertile Rhine valley to the west, and hilly meadows and farmland to the east. In between there are swathes of woodland, Germany’s highest hills (up to 1493m), medieval towns and cultural centres such as Baden-Baden and Freiburg. Visitors can tour these regions that spans 11100 square kilometres for free by bus or train, using the KONUS card available at nearly 140 holiday destinations.

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Lake Constance

The Lake Constance region, where Germany borders Austria and Switzerland, is a holiday paradise set around one of Europe’s largest lakes. The most popular excursion is to the Flower Island of Mainau, famous for its magnificent park and gardens surrounding the baroque family residence of Count Bernadotte. Discover an oasis of natural beauty, harmony and relaxation.

Also on Lake Constance is the Monastic Island of Reichenau, which documents the religious and cultural role played by the large Benedictine abbey in the Middle Ages and has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list since 2000. The three well-preserved Romanesque churches on the island are notable examples of monastic architecture.

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Harz National Park

A mountainous region shrouded in mist or brightly lit by the sun. Water and woodland, tales of witches and state-of-the-art wellness – you can find all this and more at the Harz National Park.

Located within Germany’s most northerly mountain range, the national park is a popular area for walking and skiing.

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Eifel National Park

The Eifel National Park has majestic beech forests interspersed with gnarled oak woods and tumbling brooks ensconced in mysterious ravines.

The chance to get close to nature offered by the numerous plant and animal species here is unrivalled anywhere in western Germany.

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