Be surprised by the natural beauty of the Volcanic Eifel Here, you will discover the origins of the landscape and how the Eifel came into being. Walk down the mountain to the friendly villages, or take a bike ride into the forested mountains. As well as all this nature, you can get a taste of culture in the Roman cities of Trier and Cologne.

Eifel National Park

The Eifel national park, founded in 2004 and boasting a 110 square kilometre area, is still a national park “in development”. Only after 30 years does a protected area of this type meet the criteria of a national park. Despite this, even now there are different rare animals such as the black stork, eagle owls, wildcats that call the Eifel National Park home. Discover the region by yourself or have a specialist ranger guide you around.

Wildlife and Adventure Park Daun

Go on a wild park safari! Alongside local wildlife, Wildlife and Adventure Park Daun is home to yaks and llamas, donkeys and wild horses, bison and mouflons. There are also cute meerkats, a falconry centre and a fantastic open-air monkey enclosure. The local summer toboggan run can also be used without visiting the wildlife park.
WebsiteApprox. 38 kilometres of the park

Bad Münstereifel

Bad Münstereifel
Take some time to discover the harmonious flair of the spa town, holiday destination and, more recently, shopping hotspot of Bad Münstereifel. The first inner-city factory outlet centre in Germany, together with the lovely shops and restaurants, makes for an excellent shopping experience in the historic old town.
WebsiteApprox. 38.5 kilometres of the park

Dauner Lake District

The meres are also known as the 'eyes of the Eifel' region. There are some lakes with excellent water sports and boat hire. But there are also very well-known nature reserves.
WebsiteApprox. 41.5 kilometres of the park


More than 200 animals! Have fun and experience wild animals in the midst of nature. 
WebsiteApprox. 63 kilometres of the park

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