Tiny Adventures - Out and about in Germany (in German)
Germany is a land of discovery - especially for travelers with bags and minipacks. Those who are hungry can taste natural delicacies from the pot or homemade crispy bread. If you like caves, you will get tunnel and other underworld adventures. Those who appreciate solitude head for one of the dreamy national parks, wonderful nowhere regions, legendary knight rocks or other enchanted sea, land, river idylls. Home is woody and cozy, creative and dingy, wild, wide and wonderful. And the best thing about it is: the distances are manageable. You can cucumber as it is popular from Bavaria to Brandenburg, from Glücksburg to Nuremberg, from Chiemsee to Tonsee. There are little trains. There are bullis. There are barefoot and bicycles. Run, paddle, cycle, crack, roll and let yourself be surprised. We have picked out the best recipes, regions, routes and travel tips between the Alps and the North Sea for you.
Format: 265 x 210 mm
Hardcover, 272 pages
Printed in Germany on a carbon-neutral basis on recycled paper
Illustration: Sarah Neuendorf
Text: Christine Weissenborn
Layout: Serena Hatfield
Release date: 09/18/2020
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This book expressly does not want to be a classic travel guide. So if you are looking for hotel addresses and restaurant suggestions, it is better to access your colleagues on the shelf. All other adventures with kids can safely turn the pages. Here you will find a full load of inspiration and a spirit of discovery and local diversity in all its colors.
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