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LOWER SAXONY Make a vacation rental in Lower Saxony your home away from home in northern Germany. Germany is bordered by the North Sea and the Baltic Sea on the north, and the coastal areas and offshore islands are popular vacation destinations. In the East Frisian Islands, guests of Lower Saxony vacation rentals will find sandy beaches and dunes. At low tide, the shallow seas surrounding the islands turn to mud flats, and can be explored by foot or horse-drawn carriage. The islands of Juist, Norderney and Wangerooge are popular with visitors. Attractions for guests of Lower Saxony vacation rentals in Oldenburg include the State Museum of Art and Culture, housed in the castle, and the Lambertkirche church. The nearby spa town of Bad Zwischenahn features interesting 16th century frescoes in the St. Johanniskirsche. At the Museumsdorf in Cloppenburg, guests of Lower Saxony vacation rentals can see more than 50 historic structures, including half-timbered houses, windmills and a church. In nearby Visbek, visitors can visit megalithic graves from the Stone Age. The spa town of Bad Iburg, south of Osnabruck, has an impressive Benedictine monastery and bishop’s palace. Bremen is home to a magnificent Romanesque cathedral. Guests of Lower Saxony vacation rentals can also visit several impressive art and cultural museums, including the Ubersee-Museum, the Focke-Museum, the Kuntshalle and the Paula-Modersohn-Becker Museum. Nearby attractions include the maritime museum in Bremen’s deep-sea harbor of Bremerhaven, and the horse racing tracks and horse museum in the picturesque town of Verden an der Aller. Cosmopolitan Hamburg, Germany’s second largest city, offers a wealth of historical and cultural sights for guests of Lower Saxony vacation rentals. Hamburg’s port, the second largest in Europe, dominates the city. Visitors can explore the bustling harbor, stroll through the streets of the Alstadt (Old Town) and enjoy panoramic views from the spire of the h