Eifel-Zoo Lünebach

Get a close-up experience of around 400 animals from the northern hemisphere and Australia with the whole family at the Eifel-Zoo. The cable car over the pond, a ride on the field train through the wildlife enclosure and the mini village - a replica of the Eifel landscape in miniature - offer pure excitement. Come and see for yourself.
WebsiteApprox. 8 kilometres of the park

Pronsfeld Railway Museum

Visitors can admire exhibits such as locomotives, rails, level crossing gates and more in the small railway museum. Many cyclists now enjoy the beautiful Eifel region along the old railway line from Prüm to St. Vith in Belgium, where the Westeifelbahn (West Eifel Railway) once ran.
WebsiteApprox. 8 kilometres of the park

North Eifel Nature Park

For an active nature experience, try hiking, cycling, sightseeing and cultural visits in the German-Belgian Nature Park. Explore the wide variety of landscapes from high moors, rivers, lakes and reservoirs to wooded mountain heights and the foothills of the Volcanic Eifel. The Prümer Land Nature Park Centre offers an exhibition on geology, forestry, agriculture and educational trails in the area.
WebsiteApprox. 20 kilometres of the park

Maars of Daun

Discover the „Eyes of the Eifel“. At the sparkling deep blue Schalkenmehren Maar, jumping into the clear, cool water is only a matter of time.
WebsiteApprox. 60 kilometres of the park

• Eifelpark Gondorf

Over 200 animals, including bears, wolves and lynxes, as well as numerous rides, such as the new roller coaster Eifel-Blitz, offer families a day full of action and fun. Every day there is an exciting show programme, animal feedings and a bird of prey flight show. This is fun pastime for the entire family!
WebsiteApprox. 34 kilometres of the park

Daun Wildlife and Adventure Park

Wildlife park with car safari, animals such as monkeys, llamas and emus as well as falconry, playground and petting zoo.
WebsiteApprox. 38 kilometres of the park

Bitburger Beer Brewery

In the Bitburger Erlebniswelt (Bitburger world of experience), you can discover the fascinating world of beer up close and with all your senses on an area of 1,700 square metres (2,033 square yards). What once started as a small provincial brewery has established itself as one of Germany's internationally renowned and leading private breweries.
WebsiteApprox. 28 kilometres of the park

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