2 bedroom accommodation in Gerolstein
- english, french, german, spanish, italian, dutch, czech, hungarian, romanian
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Mandatory cost: electricity based on consumption
It can safely be said that the Eifel mountain range is a dream landscape. So different and yet so close! This beautiful environment was created by volcanic eruptions, earthquakes and tropical seas approximately 10,000 years ago. It makes an excellent holiday destination. Here you will find several deep crater lakes, Maare 'which in time were formed by volcanoes. These lakes which were formed by volcanoes. These lakes are an oasis for nature lovers, hikers and recreation fans. The "Hohe Eight" is the highest mountain (747 meters) in the Eifel and definitely worth a visit. From this vantage point you have a fantastic view of the Eifel with its vast forests, rocks, fossil sites, wildlife parks, picturesque villages and ancient castles. In the autumn and winter the Gerolsteiner Land has a special charm. With bright autumn colors, fast flowing rivers, charming towns and fairytale snowy landscapes in winter, the Eifel is the perfect place to escape from the hectic pace of everyday life. And what is there to do here Sports, nature, culture and other attractions. Depending on your interest you can visit: the baptismal font museum in Losheim; a German-Belgian border market; Germany's oldest city, Trier; or Luxembourg. The Eifel Zoo in Lünebach is a wonderful zoo in the midste of a beautiful landscape. In addition to the many animals such as bears, tigers, lions etc., you will also find tropical trees and plants. For the hiking and cycling enthusiasts, there is a wide network of routes for each level of ability running through the Eifel. You can take the whole family to Kasselburg Pelm. Built between the 13th and 17th centuries, this castle is now actively used as a home for birds at the Adler und Wolf Park in Pelm. Here you will see soaring eagles, circling vultures, hawks, falcons, owls in large aviaries and even a crying wolf! In the Wolfsschlucht (wolf ravine) in the forests around the Kasselburg live the largest wolf pack in Western Europe. In short, a centrally located destination with endless possibilities!