Home to bedazzling faces of naturalscapes, Germany is a visual treat to the one whose heart finds joy in the company of nature. National parks, stunning suspension bridges, exciting trails, lush green forests, treetop views and sandstone caves, all add up to create a wholesome experience of a perfect travel destination. Natural vistas are at the heart of Germany.
Saxon Switzerland National ParkIf natural forms wonder you and excite you, the Saxon Switzerland National Park is a wonderland of rock formations dating to the Cretaceous period, a section formed by the valley of Elbe, gorges and table mountains. It is popular for being one of the most characteristic landscapes in Europe. With the waters of Elbe’s tributaries cutting across the valleys, the flora and wildlife make Saxon National Park a major attraction for wildlife enthusiasts and thrill seekers. The place gets its name from two Swiss artists Adrian Zingg and Anton Graff, who named it Switzerland, as it reminded them of their homeland.
Lueneburger HeideKnown as Europe’s largest heath landscape, the Lueneburger Heide or the ‘Lueneburg Heath’ is a scenic beauty. This region is a woodland in north-eastern part of the state of Lower Saxony in Northern Germany and is very popular for its variety of plant life like junipers, birches, heath, etc. The ‘heath’ is the highlight of this region, making it a highly visited area between August-September, when the heather is blossoming. A large portion of Lueneburg is a natural reserve and holds significance for being a historic cultural landscape.