Excursion tips in the are

Lüneburger Heide

The Lüneburg Heath is a large, geographically predominantly flat-wave heath, geest and forest landscape in the northeast of Lower Saxony. It is named after the city of Lüneburg and comprises the main part of the former principality of Lüneburg. Spacious heathland has been preserved, particularly in the central parts of the Lüneburg Heath. The heathlands have been created since the Neolithic Age by overgrazing the once widespread forests on sterile sandy soils in the Geest area. The remaining remains of this historical cultural landscape are kept open by grazing with heather.

Hanseatic city of Lüneburg

When the weather is nice, a walk in the old town of Lüneburg is highly recommended. The small, winding houses, the cobblestones and the beautiful gables help to make you feel like you are back in time.
Many small shops and lovingly furnished shop windows invite you to take a leisurely stroll - there is really something special to discover on almost every corner, so that a walk in the old town becomes an unforgettable experience for the whole family.

German Salt Museum

Sülfmeisterstrasse 1
21335 Lueneburg
Telephone: +49 (0) 4131 720 65 13

Salt is white, salt makes you thirsty, salt is odorless, salt refines the food, salt is not expensive, salt is an inconspicuous white grain.
Salt - everyone knows it! There you can see how it was processed back then.

Lüneburg Museum

Wandrahmstrasse 10
21335 Lueneburg
Tel. 04131 72065-12

Around 1,300 exhibits from natural history, cultural history and urban archeology make the history of the Hanseatic city and the Lüneburg region understandable and provide a holistic view of the diverse mutual relationships between nature and culture from ancient times to our times.

Hundertwasser train station Uelzen

The island station in Uelzen, designed by the famous architect Hubert Stier, was put into operation in 1887. A century later, the Wilhelminian building, which is a listed building, had come down hard and completely lost its old splendor.Today, the Hundertwasser station is one of the ten most beautiful train stations in the world. Every year thousands of people from all over the world visit the colorful train station and enjoy golden balls, colorful mosaics, many colorful columns and dancing windows.


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