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Published on : Friday, January 8, 2016
The protected natural landscapes in Germany accounts for around 35 per cent of the country’s land area. Over 800 rivers, 30,000 lakes and 2,600km of coastline are complemented by 200,000km of marked walking trails and 70,000km of dedicated cycle tracks.
The visitors are spoilt for choice!
Nature lovers who would like to go on a virtual journey of discovery can try the new destination finder. The destination finder is the quick and easy way to find your favourite natural landscape in Germany.
From the beauty of the natural world to the delights of food and drink. Beer enthusiasts can look forward to a very special anniversary as the German Beer Purity Law celebrates its 500th year. To mark this occasion, around 100 Bavarian breweries will be demonstrating the time-honoured art of beer making in Munich from 22 to 24 July 2016 as part of a festival called 500 Jahre Bayerisches Reinheitsgebot 2016.
Moving on from beer to wine, there is a long history of wine growing in Germany dating back to Roman times, especially along the valleys of the Moselle and Rhine rivers. So it should come as no surprise that Germany hosts the world’s largest wine festival, the Wurstmarkt, held in Bad Dürkheim in the Palatinate wine region. The 600th anniversary of this historic wine festival will be celebrated from 9 to 13 and 16 to 19 September 2016.
These highlights and many more are waiting to be discovered in 2016.