... and the red wooden horses
Almost every Swede is a proud owner of a horse. It does not matter whether the Swede lives in a big city like Stockholm or Gothenburg or in his little „stuga“ in the countryside. The horse is always in the middle of it, it is made of wood and shines down from the fireplace. And many who travel with a motorhome through Sweden have one of these small horses attached to their dashboard at the end of the tour.
The largest World Natural Heritage in Germany, which is listed on Unesco, stretches off the coast of the country. The mud flat in the North Sea with its fascinating landscape attracts numerous tourists every year to the coast. Even at the thought of it one feels the muddy ground, which is pressed under the feet smacking to the side. You can hear the gulls screaming when they circle over
... and into the capital
mein PLATZ is located on the German east coast with three overnight stays.
The journey begins at Grömitz, where a trip to Kiel or the island of Fehmarn is tempting. But along the „Timmendorfer“ beach it goes to the „Holstentor“ in Lübeck. After you have filled your provisions in the camper with delicious marzipan, you stop in Wismar.
Where the river Elbe ends,
we start the motorhome's engine and enjoy the journey from Cuxhaven to Hamburg where you can easily reach the campsite at the „Moorwerder Hauptdeich“ at the junction of the „Norderelbe“. Through the picturesque Lower Saxon „Elbtalaue“ the journey continues to the cozy town „Lenzen“ at the lake „Rudower See“ in Brandenburg.
Where the river Elbe once was a „border river“,
... and lakes
Most motorhome drivers have their bikes with them anyway. On this route suggestion you should not forget: In Nienburg you can cycle along the „Weserradweg“ and enjoy a cozy bicycle tour directly starting at the campsite. In Bad Rothenfelde you can go on the cycle paths somewhat sportier again and climb the heights of the Teutoburger Waldes. On the next station in Bad Bentheim
For everyone in Germany
The region around Kassel with its various mountains is very easy to reach. In the west attracts the Sauerland with its highest point of North Rhine-Westphalia and the two campsites in Meschede and Winterberg.
From there it is only a cat jump into the „Waldecker Land“, known for the lake „Edersee“, where the campsites
This tour begins at the campsite in Wiesbaden and leads the the wine lovers through the world heritage of the „Mittelrheintal“ along the Moselle to the most beautiful rest points.
Passing the famous „Drosselgasse“ in Rüdesheim you drive below the Loreley downstream and you will enjoy a glass of wine at the end of the day at the campsite in Lahnstein. You will have a great view there on the
Four campsites invite you to a motorhome tour through the South West of the republic and are perfectly connected to each other via the motorways. In Bad Schönborn the journey starts directly with an extensive wellness offer on the so-called WellMobilPark. After the beauty treatment the technique course follows.
The car & technique museum is only
...German alpine road
For motorhome travelers arriving from outside of Bavaria, the campsite in Sulzemoos is a good place to stay and the starting point for the remaining tour along the edge of the Alps.
South of Munich you can easily reach the ski resorts Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Mittenwald via the motorway 95.
From west to east the journey runs through four federal states.
In the spa park of Bad Soden-Salmünster you can enjoy the first night of this short holiday and visit the thermal spa „Thermalsole“.
With a short trip through Thuringia you reach the next thermal spa on the Bavarian side in Bad Rodach.