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Germany is rich in history and full of natural beauty. From the north, with its beautiful beaches of the North and Baltic Seas, to the south, a nature and hiking paradise with a panoramic view of the Alps, Germany offers its visitors an incomparable diversity. Between these two natural contrasts lie many trendy, culturally rich metropolises such as the port city of Hamburg and Berlin, one of the hippest capitals in Europe. Munich, located in the south, is known worldwide for its Oktoberfest, which takes place once a year.
The Mecklenburg Lake District is a unique natural area in Germany. The land of 1000 lakes not only attracts visitors with its untouched nature and rare animal and plant species, but is also considered a Mecca for recreational sports enthusiasts. Water sports enthusiasts in particular get their money's worth here: conditions are ideal for sailing and canoeing. The pristine forests in the Müritz National Park can also be explored on foot or by bike. Connected by the lakes are the picturesque towns of Waren (Müritz), Güstrow and Göhren-Lebbin. Enjoy the northern German hospitality and discover the pearls of the Mecklenburg Lake District.
Surrounded by lakes and gentle hills, Göhren-Lebbin is located between the Mecklenburg upper lakes Fleesensee and Kölpinsee. Thanks to the lock-free connection to the Müritz, the holiday resort offers a wide range of activities on the water. But also on land, Göhren-Lebbin sets accents with several resorts, a varied golf course and an adventure pool.
The holiday resort on Germany's largest inland lake - If you like water sports and are looking for proximity to nature, Waren is the place to be. Situated directly on the Müritz, the town of 20,000 inhabitants is the maritime centre of the lake district. The annual Müritz Sail sailing event around Waren harbour is a magnet for visitors. The state-recognised spa is known for its thermal brine and has its own spa centre. Unique insights into the underwater world of the lake district are guaranteed at the Müritzeum.
Schwinkendorf, a green paradise in the heart of the Mecklenburg Lake District, guarantees a relaxing stay amidst vast and peaceful landscapes. There is plenty to do here: the impressive 13th century church and the castle, as well as the Ulrichshusen estate are definitely worth a visit. It is also a dream destination for nature lovers who can observe the many animal species that can be found in the Malchin lake. Here you can also enjoy various water sports and the area is popular with hikers and cyclists too.
A fairytale castle, a picturesque old town surrounded by an enchanting lake landscape - Güstrow is not one of the most beautiful towns in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern for nothing. Outside the town, whose historic moat and rampart can still be seen today, a well-developed network of cycling and hiking trails awaits visitors to Güstrow. And if you feel more like going to the big city? You can reach Rostock in just 30 minutes by suburban railway.