Holidays in Lower Saxony
Deer in the morning field, © TMN / Dieter Damschen

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Holidays with kids
A girl is sitting on the grass and feeding a pony, © Fotolia/ Alexia Khruscheva

Holidays with kids

A girl has fun in the chain carousel, © Fotolia / Stefanie B.

Holidays with kids

Family Friendly Companies

KinderFerienLand certified companies are designed for parents spending their holidays with kids in Lower Saxony. All of these companies are particularly well adapted to holidays for families and are equipped accordingly. The certification is a valuable tool to help you plan your holiday.

Children have fun, © fotolia

Holidays with kids

KinderFerienLand Certification

In order to increase the appeal of the state of Lower Saxony as a child friendly holiday destination, TourismusMarketing Niedersachsen GmbH has joined forces with the state of Lower Saxony to establish the “KinderFerienLand” quality seal.

Wanderlust in Lower Saxony
Hiker in the sunset in an avenue at Haußelberg, © Lüneburger Heider GmbH/ Dominik Ketz

Wanderlust in Lower Saxony

Hiker on forest stage of the Heidschnuckenweg, © Lüneburger Heide GmbH / Dominik Ketz

Wanderlust in Lower Saxony

Hiking tours

Rucksack packed, walking boots laced and off you go on Lower Saxony’s walking routes, which are known for their quality and variety. Short circuits easily manageable in one day are on offer alongside multi-day trips along exciting long distance walking trails.

Hikers around Torfhaus in the Harz Mountains, © Harzer Tourismusverband/ M. Gloger

Wanderlust in Lower Saxony

Hiking Landscapes

In Lower Saxony there is not just one hiking region but whole areas, each with their own unique attractions. Walkers who enjoy diversity and lots of character will be thrilled to find the quality is right as well.

Autumn Hike in Tiefental, © Lüneburger Heide GmbH/ Dominik Ketz

Wanderlust in Lower Saxony

Pilgrimages

The appeal of holiday destination walking routes attracts pilgrims and anyone looking for calm and a slower pace of life. Monasteries and many other Christian sites await on several of the pilgrims trails.

Food and Drink
Strawberries, © Mittelweser-Touristik GmbH

Food and Drink

geerntete Äpfel in großen Apfelkisten zwischen Apfelbäumen, © Tourismusverband LK Stade/Elbe e. V./ Martin Elsen

Food and Drink

Superfoods

“Superfoods” is a term describing foods that are particularly rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants or essential amino acids and that are not manufactured on an industrial scale.

Kale, © Fotolia / azurita

Food and Drink

Regional Specialities

You simply cannot fail to be impressed by the taste and flavours of traditional Lower Saxony food. In autumn and winter, curly-leaf kale is one of the best-known dishes from the Lower Saxony region. Oldenburg is the bastion of Lower Saxony kale growing, a vegetable interestingly known as “brown cabbage” in the Braunschweig region. Depending on the region, kale can either be served with Pinkel smoked Kaszanka sausage or Bregenwurst pork sausage.

milk can, © Mittelweser-Touristik GmbH

Food and Drink

Gourmet Tourist Routes

The Gourmet Tourist Routes through Lower Saxony enable tourists to sample typical German food and regional culinary delicacies precisely where they are made.

Current Topics in Lower Saxony

Wallungen Hildesheim, © Kulturfabrik e.V. / Stefan Könneke
© Kulturfabrik e.V. / Stefan Könneke

Events

Events
Hikers around Torfhaus in the Harz Mountains, © Harzer Tourismusverband/ M. Gloger
© Harzer Tourismusverband/ M. Gloger

Hiking trips in Lower Saxony

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UNESCO World Heritage Site – Fagus Factory in Alfeld, © Fagus-GreCon Greten GmbH & Co. KG/ Karl Schünemann
© Fagus-GreCon Greten GmbH & Co. KG/ Karl Schünemann

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