1/16Time for hiking
Central Uplands | Autumn is the time for hiking in the Central German Uplands, when the number of attractive destinations is high, e.g. the Harz mountains, the Eifel mountain range or the Black Forest are particularly nice.
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Holiday apartment for max. 4 persons on the North Frisian Islands2/16The best properties in Germany
We hereby present you with the holiday homes and apartments in Germany that have obtained the best ratings from our customers – from the coasts to high up in the mountains.
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This unusual treehouse in the style of a railway carriage is in Schleswig-Holstein.3/16Normal is boring
Germany | It doesn’t always have to be the traditional holiday home, does it? How about a lighthouse, a railway waggon or a turf hut as accommodation for the next holidayfor a change?
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At a holiday apartment for 4 people on a farm in the Black Forest.4/16Wake 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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Houseboat for four people by the island of Fehmarn.5/16Without terra firma
Germany | Whether houseboats, stilt houses, floating homes or entire ships. Here you will find everything that somehow floats on water. Just consider beforehand whether you are also seaworthy to some degree.
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Holiday home for max. 20 persons in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania6/16Get 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.
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7/16Best holiday resort in Germany
Meersburg | Medieval castle buildings, idyllic little streets and beautiful town squares directly at Lake Constance – that’s Meersburg, the best German holiday resort 2015.
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This holiday park is equipped in a modern way and can be found right next to the Nürburgring8/16Fun 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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Vacation in a holiday home in the Thuringian Forest
The Thuringian Forest is an uninterrupted stretch of curved mountains, stretching from northwest to southeast in Thuringia, Germany. Much of its highest point is covered with thick pines and firs. The forest is 35 km wide, and is also referred to as the green heart of Germany. One can rent holiday apartments and holiday houses in the Thuringian Forest to stay close to nature. Some Germans believe that the forest is so charming that it has inspired many a people such as famous composer Johann Sebastian Bach, born in the nearby town of Eisenach. Guests can also book one of the charming holiday homes or holiday apartments in the town.
Spend peaceful time
Quaint villages line the calm highlands of the forest. If one is looking to spend some quiet time, then look for holiday rentals and holiday homes in these parts. Holidaymakers can also visit the Wartburg Castle in Eisenach, where Martin Luther translated the New Testament into German. From a vacation in a holiday home to four-star holiday houses, there is something for every traveller here.
Indulge in activities and sightseeing
The Thuringian Forest also has a few easy hiking trails such as the one in Rennsteig. The Peaks Trail is another path where holidaymakers can cover seven 900-metre mountains in the Oberhof region. Many bicycle tours are also offered here. Day trippers can make enquires with their holiday houses and holiday rentals to know more about them.
Another place of interest is Ohrdruf, a little town located on the northern side of the Thuringian Forest, where the kewpie doll and the rocking horse were invented. Here, one can visit the local museum to learn more about toy making. The charm of Thuringian Forest lies in the wild yet pristine beauty of nature, which never fails to impress.