B&B Germany

For a chance to explore the stunning German nature, while having a chance to interact with locals and even trying some of their traditional dishes for breakfast, check out our B&B places in Germany! These beautiful nature houses will welcome you in comfort and coziness, where the hosts will gladly make sure all your needs are met.

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B&B in Germany

For a chance to explore the stunning German nature, while having a chance to interact with locals and even trying some of their traditional dishes for breakfast, check out our B&B places in Germany! These beautiful nature houses will welcome you in comfort and coziness, where the hosts will gladly make sure all your needs are met.

The location of these B&B accommodations is perfect for your day trips exploring Germany’s wilderness and protected areas. The country is basically a natural heaven in the heart of Europe. While metropolitan areas have been drawing tourists for years, the national and natural parks are still somewhat of a place mostly visited by nearby residents and nature enthusiasts from the country.

Explore the wilderness of Germany

When we said that the country is a nature heaven, we really meant it. Germany has 16 national parks, 14 biosphere reserves as well as almost 100 natural parks. The remarkable side to this story is that the list is often updated to include more and more areas under government protection. It doesn’t stop there, because except for these areas of deep forests and vast plains, there are also mountain ranges such as Schwartzwald and the Alps, as well as a coastal area to the north (the Baltic Sea).

The Black Forest National Park is a unique place you definitely need to include on your to-do list. This beautiful mountain range covered with dense vegetation is located in Southwest Germany, near the famous Baden-Baden. The river Rhine passes to the west and creates a natural border between the mountain range and the country of France.

Beautiful unspoiled nature in combination with unique German culture await visitors to this protected area. As a former swamp, Spreewald Biosphere was covered in dense vegetation and uninhabitable. Nowadays, this is a favorite recreational area for Germans and more importantly a home to many wild animals.

What to do outside?

Eifel is a region in Western Germany named after a low mountain range. One of the interesting aspects of this province is its geology – due to former volcanic activity long ago, Eifel is covered in crater lakes today. The Germans call them “maare”. Their shape is unique – almost a perfect circle. You can check out all the lakes, including Obersee with its beautiful panorama on one of many hiking paths, such as the Wasserland trail.

The Lower Lusatian Ridge Nature Park is a famous recreational area in Brandenburg province. Cycle through the picturesque villages and admire their cultural heritage – old fieldstone churches and typical German architecture. Take the Kranichweg cycle path and your bike for a trip through this nature park and into the neighboring Spreewald Biosphere Reserve.

During wintertime you can go skiing in one of the many ski resorts in Germany – Zugspitze, Garmisch Classic, Nebelhorn and Todtnau (the oldest one). All German ski areas are child-friendly if you are travelling with your little ones. Otherwise, spending time with the animals in Apenheul or the Burgers’ Zoo and Safari Park and teaching them how to interact with the living creature is a great and fun activity for the whole family.