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Wattwagenfahrt nach Neuwerk

Back to the roots

With two HP over the mudflats to Neuwerk island. On to the remotest part of Hamburg.

Travelling by Wattwagen (horse-drawn carriage) is a unique experience. The smell of sea salt, the powerful horses setting the pace and the passengers getting a face full of the sea spray. This used to be norm, but today it is a great adventure for the whole family. Neuwerk in the Helgoland Bight lies in the centre of the national park established in 1990 and it offers rugged, unspoilt nature.

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Short & Sweet

  • For whom All weatherproof Hamburg visitors
  • How to get there By foot from Cuxhaven, by ferry, Wattwagen
  • Tip Wear waterproof clothing
  • Time required 2 to 3 hours
  • Special fact Visit the oldest preserved lighthouse in the world on Neuwerk
  • Food North Sea cuisine in the Restaurant “Zum Anker”

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  • overnight stay in hotel, with breakfast
  • Return journey by ICE (1st or 2nd class coaches, as booked)
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