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Adlerhorst Observation Deck (Aussichtsplattform Adlerhorst)Rating: 6.80
Family nature park on the island of Rügen. It consists of a wooden path in the crowns of trees and a huge observation deck, read more...

Park in LuetetsburgRating: 6.60

In a small town of Lütetsburg in northern Germany lies a beautiful old park. It was founded by Baron Edzard Mauritz ..., read more...


Wienhausen AbbeyRating: 6.60

In the small town of Wienhausen there is an abbey (monastery) founded in 1230 by Agnes von Landsberg, daughter-in-law of Henry ..., read more...


Movie Park in BottropRating: 6.60

The concept of the theme park Movie Park are Hollywood boulevards and studios. All arrtactions are related to various movies ..., read more...


PaderbornRating: 6.60

Paderborn appeared in 777, when the Frankish king Charlemagne founded the residence here. The place was not chosen by chance, ..., read more...


Castle in StadthagenRating: 6.60

Stadthagen is a small town near Hannover. It belongs to the towns of Weser Renaissance, mainly because of an ancient ..., read more...


HalleRating: 6.60

Halle is one of those cities that are not small by the standards of Germany, but is still considered as ..., read more...


Winsen (Luhe)Rating: 6.60
Winsen is a town near Hamburg with a small old center. You can stop by to see the 700-year-old castle ..., read more...

Iburg CastleRating: 6.60
Iburg Castle is a former abbey where prince-bishops of Osnabrück lived for 600 years. There is small garden near the castle designed by Martin Charbonnier, better known for the Royal Gardens in Hanover. Gardens in Hanover, by the way, was ordered by Princess Sophia, who was born and grew up in this castle and later became the first Prussian Queen. And her brother George I, who also spent all his childhood in this castle, in 1714 became king of the Great Britain and Nothern Island, read more...

Sylt IslandRating: 6.60
If you think that the most expensive real estate in Germany is in Munich or in Hamburg, you think wrong. The three most expensive streets of the country are located on the island of Sylt in the North Sea, read more...

Arndt Ernst Moritz TowerRating: 6.60
The highest point of the island of Rügen. The tower was built from 1869 to 1877 in honor of the German poet Ernst Moritz Arndt, who devoted his works to the beauty of the island, read more...

Kuchlbauer TowerRating: 6.60
Tower of the Austrian architect Hundertwasser in the town of Abensberg, read more...

Magdeburg Water BridgeRating: 6.60
The longest water bridge in the world (as of 2019), 918 meters long. Such bridges appear because of the construction of water channels, which sometimes pass at a different height than the rivers, read more...

Westerwinkel castleRating: 6.60
One of the earliest baroque castles in Westphalia, built in the 17th century. Was not rebuilt, so now you can see the original, 350-year-old castle, read more...

Leuchtenburg castleRating: 6.60
The picturesque castle on the hill, first mentioned in 1221. Throughout the history, it took part in many battles and was a refuge during the wars, read more...

Huelshoff castleRating: 6.60
Beautiful water castle near Münster. From 1417 belonged to the noble family of von Hulshoff, the castle hosts their museum , read more...

Lippepark in HammRating: 6.60
A large park on the site of the former mine. Such parks are now very popular in the Ruhr region, which already been transformed from an industrial region into a cultural one. Construction began in 2009, when the mine was dismantled. The main part of the park was completed in 2014, read more...

Otter center (Otter-Zentrum)Rating: 6.60
In 1979, an otter research project was launched in the Harz Mountains. It lasted until 1986 and then it was decided to open a full-fledged nursery, which was done in 1988 in the town of Hankensbüttel, read more...

GreetsielRating: 6.60
A small fishing village in East Frisia on the shores of the Wadden Sea. Recently it has turned into a popular resort, mainly because of the historical center, which has been preserved in excellent condition. The village is a great base for cycling and hiking. We spent the night here to take a walk in the area and see the Pilsum lighthouse, read more...

Castle Gross SchwanseeRating: 6.60
We found this castle by accident, just saw a road sign. The territory here is small, you will go around it in 20 minutes. In addition to the castle, the seashore is just around the corner, so you can also take a walk there, read more...

Hermann Monument (Hermannsdenkmal)Rating: 6.40

Hermann Monument is located on the top of a 386-meter hill and dedicated to the victory of the Germanic tribes over ..., read more...


Train Station in UelzenRating: 6.40

If you are traveling from Hamburg to Hannover or back, you will definetely visit Uelzen with its unusual ..., read more...


BlankenburgRating: 6.40

Blankenburg is a tourist town near the Harz mountains in eastern Germany. It is located 10 kilometers from Wernigerode, ..., read more...


Oderstausee ReservoirRating: 6.40
Reservoir in the mountains of the Harz. The dam was built in 1934 to protect against floods and to producе electricity. You can park near the dam and walk along it, read more...

Oker reservoirRating: 6.40
Reservoir in the mountains of the Harz. The dam was built in 1956 to protect against floods, regulate water levels and generate electricity. You can park near the dam and walk along it, there is also a restaurant, read more...

Dohren cliffs (Doerenther Klippen)Rating: 6.40
Popular place in the region around Münster (Münsterland). The main attraction is an unusual rock in the form of... somebody, read more...

Three castles Drei GleichenRating: 6.40
The complex of three castles located on the hills in the middle of the fields. The place is quite famous, as the castles are located near one of the German autobahns, read more...

Water tree (Wasserbaum)Rating: 6.40
An absolutely unknown, but very unusual place. It is called the Water Tree and it has an interesting story, read more...

Huelsede Castle (Wasserschloss Huelsede)Rating: 6.40
The first building on this site was first mentioned in 1310. In the 16th century the castle was fortified with moats. In 1584, it passed into the hands of the Von Mengersen family, who reconstructed it in the Weser Renaissance style. Also farm buildings were attached, they still exist nowadays, read more...

Memorial To German Soldiers Near Bad EssenRating: 6.20

On the way to Bad Essen I found an interesting place in the forest: a memorial to German soldiers that ..., read more...


Ringelheim CastleRating: 6.20

Ringelheim Castle is a former monastery, founded in the tenth century. Around the castle there's an English style park with a ..., read more...


Atta СaveRating: 6.20

The Atta Cave is located in Attendorn. This is one of the most visited caves in Germany and the main source ..., read more...


Horizon ObservatoryRating: 6.20
In the process of reclamation of slag heaps of the Ruhr region, the largest of them was turned into a thematic, astronomical park. The central object of the park is the Horizon Observatory (Horizontobservatorium). The construction was built in 2008 at an altitude of 152 meters, read more...

Lembeck castleRating: 6.20
The construction of the castle began in 1190, when Count of Lembek built the first defensive tower. Its remains can be found in the north wing. The castle itself was built around the tower during the next 450 years. It stands on two islands, in the middle of the lake. This is a typical structure for the castles of North Rhine-Westphalia, read more...

Slag Heap HanielRating: 6.20
Slag Heap Haniel is the highest elevation in the Ruhr region. It consists of two parts: the southern part has been turned into a landscape park, while the northern one continues to be used by Prosper Haniel Coal Mine. From the top there is a view of the entire Ruhr region. On a warm summer evening this is an excellent place to meet the sunset, read more...

Falkenstein Castle in HarzRating: 6.20
Falkenstein Castle in the Harz mountains was built between 1120 and 1150 years. It did not take part in the battles and was used as a living house for local counts. At the moment it houses a small museum and is used as a venue for weddings and various events, read more...

BuxtehudeRating: 6.20
Buxtehude is a small town in Lower Saxony. It is included in the national Fairy tales route thanks to the tale of William Schroeder "The Hare and the Hedgehog". It became widely known after Brothers Grimm included it into their tales, read more...

Schlitz castleRating: 6.20
Was built in 1806 in the style of classicism by Count Hans von Schlitz on the location of the old ruined castle, read more...

CuxhavenRating: 6.20
The city consists of two parts, one is a large port, the second is a seaside resort, read more...

Trail over the treetops in Bad Harzburg (Baumwipfelpfad)Rating: 6.20
In 2015, a new landmark opened in Bad Harzburg - the trail above the treetops. Such constructions are now opening across Europe, read more...

Oberwerries CastleRating: 6.20
Oberverris Water Castle consists of several buildings. The central palace was built at the end of the 17th century. The territory is small, though there is a baroque garden. It is mainly used for conferences and receptions, read more...

Wildlife Park in MuedenRating: 6.20
A small zoo designed for visits with children. A distinctive feature is the ability to buy food for 1 euro in the machine and feed some animals. There are also performances and feedings, read more...

TuechersfeldRating: 6.20
The village of Tuchersfeld is located in a mountainous area called Franconian Switzerland. Its main feature is a 150 million years old fossilized reef, read more...

Natur Live Geopark in the Harz MountainsRating: 6.00

The Natur Live Geopark is located in the Western part of the Harz Mountains. It is a complex of tourist forest ..., read more...


MindenRating: 6.00

Minden is famous for its water bridge, one of the most unusual structures in Germany. Being 370 meters long, it's the ..., read more...


Klink castleRating: 6.00
Beautiful castle in the neo-Renaissance style in the Müritz National Park. It was built in 1898 on the isthmus between two lakes. The architecture copies the castles of the Loire Valley in France, read more...

High Stone Rocks (Hohenstein Klippen)Rating: 6.00
Landmark of the river Weser mountain area (Weserbergland). 50-meter cliffs with a good view, where you can meet the sunset. Find here maps with hiking trails, we used the one which starts from the parking lot, read more...

Mechlenbruch swamp (Hochmoor Mecklenbruch)Rating: 6.00
In Germany, quite a lot of protected areas are swamps, this is one of them. There is nothing special to do here, you can stop by and take a walk in nature, especially with children. Theoretically, you can see some birds, but we found only a hare, read more...

Ancient Corals and Ith TowerRating: 6.00
We offer you the option of a weekend trip. The length of this route is 4.5 km one way, the elevation is approximately 200 meters. The trail is available at any time, but it is better to choose good weather. You can go in the spring, during flowering, as well as in autumn and summer. We walked at 30 degrees heat, but since almost the entire route runs under the trees, it was quite comfortable to walk. In the summer, by the way, there are also quite a lot of flowers, read more...

Schaumburg CastleRating: 6.00
Since the 12th century, the castle has been a tribal nest of the count family of Schaumburg. In 1866, it passed over to the Hohernzollern family, as a result of victory in the Austro-Prussian War. Though in 1907, Emperor Wilhelm II presented the castle to Prince Georg Schaumburg-Lippe as a gift for a silver wedding, and thus the castle returned to its historical owners. In 1913, they carried out a thorough reconstruction. The castle is currently owned by the Schaumburg-Lippe family, read more...

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