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Germany Natural Environment

Nature parks in Germany
Nature in Germany

The scenery of the nature in Germany ranges from the awe-inspiring Alpine Foreland, providing a playground for hikers in summer and snowboarders in winter, down to the spotless stretches of golden sandy beaches at the Baltic Sea.

Walking trails take you through forests steeped in legends, over mystical high moorland and along unspoilt glacier lakes that create ideal habitats for rare flora and fauna. The nature of Germany offers you breathtaking cliffs, deeply carved valleys and gorges capture every nature lovers heart.

Climate and weather

Wine regions are blessed with lots of sunny days, while ski-resorts are packed with snow for sure. Temperatures from May to October are perfect for outdoor activities. But spring, impressing with trees full in blossom and the 'Golden autumn' are the times of thousands of colors. Enjoy the nature in Germany!

Geography and Geology

Germany - right in Europe's heart is bordered by nine states. Alps reaching the sky, glacial valleys with picturesque villages, bays and lagoons with old fisher towns draw tourists from around the globe. Explore the nature in Germany!

Arts and Culture

Germany's cultural attractions and German arts are good reasons to visit our country, which is very multifaceted and offers endless opportunities for tourists.

The cities are packed with cultural attractions such as museums - imagine, there are 6000 museums in every size and about every topic from German arts to science. German history epochs are colorful documented, inventions explained or you are invited to touch and try yourself. To the cultural attractions belong amazing collections of German arts, photography and paintings, shown by a multitude of famous exhibitions and galleries.

The range of cultural attractions is wide and as a fan of theaters and operas you can really look forward to Germany! Classic German arts can be experienced in hundreds of locations all around Germany: Imagine, just Berlin has an amount of 150 theaters and three operas, whereas Dresden is said to have probably the most impressing and nicest opera house of the world!

But German arts can also be experienced in lots of traditional producing handcrafts stores, where e.g. glass painters or blowers can be watched - those places belong definitely to the great cultural attractions of Germany.

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