In the Saar-Hunsrück region, there are still many traces of the Romans and Celts to be seen. Get on your bike and get your culture fix in Trier, the oldest city in Germany. Saarburg is another beautiful historic town with castles and a famous waterfall. Or visit neighbouring Luxembourg. So much to discover!

Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park

Discover the highlights of Europe's largest National Park.
WebsiteApprox. 30 kilometres of the park

Romain City Trier

Germany's oldest city! Trier lies on the banks of the Moselle in a valley between low vine-covered hills. The city’s history can be seen in its architecture, starting with the Porta Nigra, the old city gate, dating back to Roman times.
WebsiteApprox. 26.5 kilometres of the park

Airplane exhibition

Discover the aviation technology in four halls and you'll find more than 40 airplanes. The highlight: a café for visitors in a Concorde!
WebsiteApprox. 19.5 kilometres of the park

Idar-Oberstein Gem City

This city is known worldwide for its jewelery and gemstone industry, which existed 500 years in 1997.
WebsiteApprox. 50.5 kilometres of the park

Gondwana - das Praehistorium

A museum and prehistoric immersive attraction, is all about bringing the history of life on Earth and the evolution of our planet itself to a broad public. Gondwana - Das Praehistorium recreates the sights, sounds and smells of ancient worlds in a series of elaborate environments populated with highly convincing robotic animals and rich plant life.
WebsiteApprox. 65 kilometres of the park