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Lüneburger Heide

The blooming country.

The Lüneburger Heide with its quiet villages invites you to relax and go hiking, but with numerous attractions such as the Heidepark Soltau and the Snow Dome Ski Hall Bispingen, it also provides pure family fun.

In the north-east of Lower Saxony there is a spacious heath area: the Lüneburger Heide. Untouched nature, dreamy towns and action-packed adventure worlds can be found here.

The Lüneburger Heide is home to three nature parks. With an area of 107,000 hectares, the Lüneburger Heide Nature Park is one of the largest and best-known in Germany. Visitors can enjoy a multifaceted nature experience. The Lüneburger Heide is home to numerous plant and animal species.

The Heideblüte exudes a special charm. In August and September it blooms in strong purple. The colourful heath area is a special feast for the eyes at this time of year.

In addition to unique natural spectacles, the many leisure, adventure and animal parks provide entertainment. The Snow Dome Bispingen impresses snow lovers all year round with fine powder snow and easy pistes. The Heide Park Soltau offers lots of adventure. Over 40 attractions and shows await visitors. If you are looking for recreation and relaxation, the iodine brine spa Bad Bevensen is the place to be. The water landscape invites you to feel good.

Not far from the Lüneburger Heide you can stroll through the historic old town of Lüneburg.

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Very close to Hamburg, attractive day trips, sports, cultural and recreational offers await you, and they are fast and easy to reach.

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