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Suggestions for trip to germany

Erstellt von soren_dk_69, 20.05.2011, 20:03 Uhr · 20 Antworten · 2.126 Aufrufe

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    #11
    Thanks for all your suggestions.

    miniatur-wonderland may be a good idea as well - I'll have a look at the website together with my boy and see what takes his interest.

    I don't know if my device reads gpx files - it's an iPhone with the TomTom application. It has a list of POI already in it, though.

    archies camping looks very useful - thanks!

    Die bastei certainly looks nice ... I think we'll go by that way.

    Mittelrhein also looks interesting, but is kinda the opposite way of Berlin.

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    #12
    ok here we go.....

    wild camping and open fire is forbidden in germany...everywhere!...the better choice will be an official campground but you have to pay for...some €

    fishing without an official card (its like the driving licence) is forbidden! you cannot buy fishing cards somewhere! its not possible! germany has strange laws for fishing.....!

    i know its very different to denmark...sweden or other countries where you can camp where you want and make fire where you want...also to buy a fishingpermission for some days


    in germany is everything forbidden what makes fun and let you feel like an hunterman or wildcampman


    i you think about some good places to visit in germany....my favourites are not berlin and hamburg...those very big cities are not fun to ride them!

    mittelrhein like you said is awesome and reminds on some "fairy tale" books....

    edersee lake is also a good destination...campgrounds everywhere around the lakes....bodenseearea is very beautifull.....the bamberg/ nürnberg is very woth to go there....old houses ...nice landscapes and the best brewerys along the route

    tell us what you want to do and i can make you a little plan or a routemap if you like!

    cheers....chris

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    #13
    We might actually end up heading for Norway in stead then We might do a day-trip to Hamburg.

    Sleeping 'wild' and roasting sausages over an open fire is a must

    Thanks for your suggestions though.

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    We might actually end up heading for Norway in stead then We might do a day-trip to Hamburg.

    Sleeping 'wild' and roasting sausages over an open fire is a must

    Thanks for your suggestions though.
    i feel sorry for ya but i can understad ya...thats the reaon why germans head up north

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    #15
    Soren, if wild camping is a must then Germany is not the right target for you and your son.

    Otherwise, do not believe anything and in particular not the mood these German complainers are spraying around. They have no clue in what beautiful green and clean country they are living. There are gorgeous landscapes, nice and humanly towns & cities, loads of culture, and plenty to do outside almost everywhere.

    And: From all those densely populated countries it is one of the best countries in the world to travel by bike. You might not find loads of opportunity to experience raw nature but plentiful other real nice things.

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    They have no clue in what beautiful green and clean country they are living. There are gorgeous landscapes, nice and humanly towns & cities, loads of culture, and plenty to do outside almost everywhere.
    wise words. Harz, Thüringer Wald and Elbsandsteingebirge (near Dresden, also worth a visit) are already mentioned, Weserbergland, Sauerland and may be Eifel with the Nürburgring are in Your range. No, there is no wild camping, thank god, because if only 1 % of 80.000.000 people go camping it would be a horror. But there are beautiful camping grounds and fantastic motorcycle routes in in all these regions

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    and, of course in Berlin Madame Tussauds

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    #17
    In some areas, there are official bbq sites out in the woods, run by the local village administrations.

    And it might be possible to stay there overnight (ask the locals).

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    #18
    Hello Soren,


    wild camping is not only forbidden in Germany. It is forbidden in the most countries in Europe, such as in France, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Nederland.
    Look here http://campingfuehrer.adac.de/ratgeber/files/cam_21_freies_campen_u._uebern_2010.pdf


    Have a great relaxing vacation with plenty activities in germany

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    #19
    Hi Søren,

    min dansk er ikke so god, men min engelsk er heller ikke bedre (Jeg tro, der er meget dårligt). So skriver jeg på dansk.

    I Tyskland har vi ingen primitiv overnatningsplads som i Danmark, også har tyske campingpladserne ingen køkkerum som i Danmark.

    Men hvad er med en kombination af vandrehjem og campingplads?

    Ville I køre en store tur eller tænker I om måske tre eller fire længere opholde med forskellige dagturer?

    Vi bo i Holzminden, midt i Weserbjergland, 400 km fra grænsen.
    Vi har to campingpladser og to vandrehjem (Jeg tro det har en ildsted).
    Her finder du i umiddelbar nærhed floden Weser, masser af sving, bjerge, skov, en smuk lille højmose, en vildtpark med vildsvin og ulv.
    Mellem 80 og 150 km finder du Steinhuder hav (www.steinhuder-meer.de), Hannover (www.zoo-hannover.de), Wolfsburg (www.Autostadt.de), Harz (Brocken) (www.harzinfo.de), Sauerland og Ederstausee (www.edersee.de).
    Ok, Weserbjergland er ikke Norge , men vi har danske venner, det elsker vores landskab (men det elsker også Norge ).

    Måske vi se's i sommeren?

    Med venlige hilsener

    Jörg

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    i feel sorry for ya but i can understad ya...thats the reaon why germans head up north
    but...i would say come and visit germany because its worth...make you your own picture about this wonderfull country....and forbidden or not...we can handle with that


 
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