At a holiday apartment for 4 people on a farm in the Black Forest.2/5Wake up to a cock crow
Germany | Feed animals and run riot in the hay, grill bread on a stick and discover the agriculture. Vacation on a farm can be an eventful and lively experience for the entire family.
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Holiday home for max. 20 persons in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania3/5Get your fishing rod
Germany | Whether you’re by the sea, at one of the numerous lakes and rivers – each angler will find his individual fishing paradise in Germany.
Per week from GBP 315show 101 offers
This holiday park is equipped in a modern way and can be found right next to the Nürburgring4/5Fun for the entire family
Eifel | A vacation in a holiday park is particularly ideal for families. As parents you can lean back and relax whilst your kids are taken care of your hands and are fully entertained.
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5/5Vacation with your dog
Germany | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
Per week from GBP 262show 194 offers
Holiday in the "green heart of Germany"
Thuringia | Thuringia, which lies in the centre of Germany, is also known as the "green heart" because of its many forests. In fact, Thuringia possesses the most contiguous woodland areas of all the German federal states. A trip here is not only worthwhile because of such great hiking and recreation areas like the Thuringian Forest or the Kyffhäuser. Interesting cities such as Erfurt, Weimar and Eisenach are also always worth a visit. Weimar, in particular, should actually be a mandatory trip. It is not only the creative home of Goethe and Schiller, and thus the point of origin of the literary period known as "Weimar Classicism", but it also embodies an important part of German history as the place where the Weimar Republic was founded. Great history was also written in the Wartburg. Here, in the most significant of all German castles, is where Martin Luther translated the Bible in the 16th Century, and thereby established the Reformation in Germany. Many other smaller towns and cities in Thuringia also score with their picturesque town centres and sights, e.g. Mühlhausen or Ilmenau.