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Eco Travel: Eichsfeld-Hainich-Werratal Nature Park
the pilgrimage churches of the Catholic Eichsfeld,
castles, palaces, cloisters and museums,
you discover the steep rock walls of the Werra Valley.
Along the Unstrut river you walk through the most northern wine growing region of Europe.
The trails built along the Werra river are ideal for cycling and inline skating.
You discover the largest stretch of deciduous mixed forest in Europe on the plateau of Hainich National Park.
Between the Werra, Unstrut and Leine rivers the Nature Park covers an area of 335 square miles between
Eisenach in the South,
Heiligenstadt in the North,
The 'Alternative Bear Park' in Worbis accommodates bears and wolves.
Hainich National Park is part of the Eichsfeld-Hainich-Werratal Nature Park. The Nature Park aims at achieving a balance between regional development, nature and tourism.
You obtain detailed information at the Nature Park Administration in Fuerstenhagen.
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