Once around the city
On this idyllic walkway, a green oasis surrounds you, delighting you in every season. From delicate spring green to lush summer leaves and warm autumn colors, the Stadtwall enchants with its natural splendor. Let the historic linden trees accompany you as you walk around the old town. The rampart not only connects the city's gardens and green spaces, but also the people who love it.
Mythical nature hike
The nature myth trail reveals the mythical heritage between man and nature. At a total of 9 interactive stations, various symbolic powers of trees can be explored and the wishing tree even grants a wish. The tour lasts about 2-4 hours and offers an exciting and informative journey of discovery through the connection between man and nature.
Natural beauty by the lake
The Oderteich can be completely circumnavigated on a well-signposted 4-kilometer hiking trail. The path leads safely and dryly through a moorland spruce forest and across some open moorland areas. Hikers can enjoy wonderful views of the shimmering surface of the water. The trail consists mainly of paved paths and rooty tracks. A unique and magical experience awaits visitors, with a unique backdrop of ancient trees, small bridges over streams and sandy spots for swimming.
Hovering over Barcelona
Hover over Barcelona and enjoy a breathtaking bird's eye view of the city all the way to the Mediterranean. In the hovering cabin of the Telefèric de Montjuïc, the journey becomes an experience, while the most important landmarks slowly pass by below you. Tip: buy your ticket online a day in advance to avoid the queue.
On foot to the neighboring country over the Old Town Bridge
Already since 1298 there was a bridge here. Originally made of wood, it had to be renewed again and again due to loads from the trade caravans, fires, floods and the effects of war. In 1906/1907 a stone bridge was built. In addition, the old Jacob Böhme House, a cloth factory and the Holy Spirit Church were demolished. On May 7, 1945, soldiers of the Wehrmacht blew up the bridge. For almost half a century the river remained without crossing at this place. On October 20, 2004, today's Old Town Bridge was officially opened. Since then, the pedestrian bridge has reconnected the two parts of the European City of Görlitz/Zgorzelec at the historic site and symbolizes the growing together of the two cities.
Walking in the depths of the lake
Every 10 years, the Sobother reservoir is drained for inspection. This gives you the unique opportunity to walk around the lake at a depth of up to 50 meters. In 1983 there were still houses here. Once at the bottom, you feel like you're on another planet, as the ground is very soft.
Experiencing nature on the banks of the Rhine
Here you can relax and enjoy nature. The meadows are ideal for picnics, sunbathing or for a round of Frisbee. For all recreational athletes there is a running track, a beach volleyball court and a skate park. If you are out with your children, you can visit the adventure playground. You can expect a suspension bridge, a ropeway and much more! In summer, various festivals, concerts and events take place here. Special highlights are the Rheinkirmes fireworks and Japan Day, which celebrates Japanese culture and cuisine. Come by and let the Rhine and nature enchant you!
Once around the North Sea mudflats
Immerse yourself in the fascinating nature of the "Langwarder Groden hiking trail". With a length of 5.93 km and a duration of 1 hour and 25 minutes, this circular trail offers an unforgettable experience. Embark on a journey through protected areas and observe birds in their natural environment. Discover the salt marsh landscape and experience the beauty of the Wadden Sea.
Secrets of the Wadden Sea
A guided mudflat hike reveals the fascinating world between land and sea. With every step you take in the mud, you can explore the small inhabitants of the mudflats and the vastness of the natural environment as the low tide releases the mudflats - a natural spectacle that is well worth experiencing.
Fun park on the water
The water ski facility at Nesthauser See is a popular destination for anyone who enjoys being out on the water. Here you can go water skiing or wakeboarding. These modern water sports are exciting and offer the opportunity to experience nature in a very special way. The water ski facility is located in the immediate vicinity of Lake Lippe, a versatile local recreation area that offers numerous leisure activities.
In the entertaining exhibition you can learn a lot about the relevance of the castle in the various wars of the last centuries. As soon as you step onto the roof yourself, you realize why. Here you have the whole of Barcelona in view! Even without admission to the museum, it's worth the climb. The park surrounding the castle is an ideal place for a stroll with fabulous views over the port and the region.
A climb for the butt
Salita a Porta delle Chiappe - translated, this can (also) mean "ascent of the buttocks". And that's exactly what you train when you climb the countless stairs to get to the viewpoint at Righi. But the view makes up for many of the steps, because from here you can enjoy a spectacular panorama over large parts of the city. If this is too strenuous for you, simply take the free funicular "funciolare Zecca Righi" to get up to the almost 290m.
Surfing in the middle of the city
This spot is one of the newest attractions in the city and is particularly suitable for sports and water lovers. The man-made stretch of river offers the perfect opportunity to surf in the middle of the city and seek an adrenaline rush. Inspired by the Eisbach in Munich, this wave is a place for surfers of all levels - from beginners to pros. Here you can improve your skills, learn new tricks and enjoy the beautiful scenery at the same time. You don't have to be a pro to give it a go - there are various courses and offers for beginners led by experienced instructors. If you prefer to watch, there are plenty of opportunities to watch and cheer on the surfers. It's now a place of community, where people of all ages and interests come together to share their passion for surfing.
Breathtaking views and natural idyll
Unique panoramas on shell limestone slopes await, where you can explore the untouched landscape of the middle Saale valley on narrow paths. With its viewpoints and species-rich flora and fauna, the route offers an intense experience of nature and invites you to relax.
Impressive coastal landscape
The Brodtener Steilufer stretches over 4 kilometers along the coast and offers both hikers and cyclists breathtaking views of the sea and the picturesque landscape of Schleswig-Holstein. With its impressive cliffs up to 20 meters high and bizarrely shaped slopes, the steep bank is a fascinating natural phenomenon. Let yourself be carried away by the untouched beauty of the Brodten cliffs, which are a real eye-catcher, especially at sunset.
Experience nature in the Harz Forest
The Altenau Wilderness Trail takes you into a fascinating world of nature. Over a distance of just 800 meters, you immerse yourself in the various forest communities of the Harz National Park and experience at first hand how commercial forest gradually turns into natural forest. Here you are led along narrow steps and between fallen trunks. It is a unique experience to explore wild nature and be enchanted by its beauty.