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The vastness of the sea, the green dikes and the black-gold moor – Cuxland

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Whether relaxing on the beach enjoying the fresh North Sea breeze blowing in your face, in the Wadden Sea during high and low tide or on a discovery tour through the diverse flora and fauna with forests, coastal heather (Küstenheide) and moor, everyone will find something for themselves here. Cuxland is truly Nordic, multifaceted and offers a diverse landscape.

Shining lights between brick Gothic, harbour edges and seaside spa architecture

2021-10-27T11:27:42+02:00

The huge Christmas tree on Hamburg's Binnenalster lake, sweet-smelling marzipan in front of the scenery of Lübeck's brick walls or a warming punch in dreamy Lüneburg: the cities of the Hamburg metropolitan region are a visitor attraction for Christmas shopping full of atmosphere during the Advent season. And the many smaller "pearls" of the region make at least as much effort during Advent to enchant their guests with a festive atmosphere.

Experience nature and architecture in the Alte Land – The Hanseatic cities of Stade and Buxtehude

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The Alte Land is only a short distance away from Hamburg, which makes it an ideal destination for excursions and vacations. The picturesque landscape on the Elbe river is gently incorporated between the Hanseatic city and the North Sea. For all those who still long to experience a charming city flair, the maritime Hanseatic cities of Stade and Buxtehude are not far away.

Tradition meets Future – Maritime Metropolis Hamburg

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With its maritime charm and cosmopolitan outlook, the Hanseatic City of Hamburg is one of Europe's most beautiful metropolises and offers its guests pure experiences of the city and nature: a variety of hotels, restaurants, theatres and shops, chic beaches on the Elbe and the green banks of the Alster, a lively harbour and city sights encompassing over 1,200 years of urban history.

Camping by the Baltic Sea in North-West Mecklenburg

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The Baltic in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania greets its visitors, whatever the time of year, with fascinating displays of nature. In the summer the sun sinks into the sea like a red-hot ball of fire and in the autumn the thundering of the Baltic cannot fail to make an impression. Excursions to see the natural environment are many and varied: sandy beaches and cliffs, islands and bays are all to be found along the coast of north-west Mecklenburg.

Off to the North Sea – A relaxing time in Dithmarschen

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Dithmarschen has something for everyone! Whether it’s a walk along the seabed at the Wadden Sea UNESCO world heritage site, a stroll through tranquil harbours or watching ocean-going liners on the Kiel Canal; whether it’s enjoying the unique north German landscape, having an adventure holiday on a farm or taking part in sporting activities that stimulate both mind and body, we have the right holiday for you, whatever your tastes.

Time out in Schwerin – Surrounded by lakes and forests

2021-10-27T11:02:00+02:00

Neoclassical buildings, traditional half-timbered houses, the splendid red-brick cathedral, the fairy-tale castle and Lake Schwerin – the state capital of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania is the perfect place to relax and unwind for a few days.

Lübeck – The UNESCO World Heritage on the water with a diverse culture and lots of marzipan

2022-01-05T13:43:06+01:00

With its hidden world of passageways and courtyards, proud merchants’ houses, the world famous Holsten Gate and the Old Town Island with its seven churches, designated a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1987, Lübeck is simply unique. The former “Queen of the Hanseatic League” is a fascinating destination for city tourists and promises lovers of culture, history and the maritime way of life some moments of genuine pleasure.

Lüneburg – The capital of the Heath with its enchanting little alleyways and great museums

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Small and tranquil, Lüneburg is really quite old – over 1,000 years, to be precise. Salt once made the city rich, and you can still see this wealth today, reflected in the many beautiful patrician houses. In addition to all the fantastic gabled houses in the Am Sande area and around the marketplace the western old town also boasts houses that are positively picturesque and charming alleys along which you will be only too happy to stroll.

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