Mecklenburg – fine travel destinations in the north-eastern part of Germany. There are many opportunities to explore Mecklenburg visiting castles and manor houses, enjoying the wonderful landscape. Travel by car, by bicycle or with a horse. And for those who like the art of slow travel, why not traveling as a passenger of a carriage, dipping into fairytale scenarios of past times?
Konik horses originating from Central and Eastern Europe. The horses of this robust pony breed are increasingly used as landscape keepers – as equine conservationists in European nature reserves, alongside Przewalski horses and cattle species. Konik is the Polish word for pony or small horse. Konik horses live in the Geltinger Birk at the Baltic Sea in Northern Germany, in the Polish Białowieża National Park, Oostvaardersplassen in the Netherlands and also in the Barnim of Berlin-Brandenburg.
Oktoberfest, the Wiesn in Munich attracts countless visitors from all over the world every year with typical culinary delicacies such as pretzels and obazda, Steckerlfisch and of course, with products of local brewing art. The Oktoberfest offers people from Munich and the surrounding area a good two weeks of exuberant celebration of their traditions, wearing traditional costumes – dirndls and leather trousers.
Polo-retreat near Berlin. Polo is a casual sport, especially when the whole thing takes place in an ambience far from all that luxury clichés. Schlossgut Schönwalde near Berlin has got style – its very own. Check in to beautifully designed rooms, relax between modern architecture and the charm of historic walls. Saddle up and get on the polo pony.
Trail riding in the heart of Westphalia. Known for its castles and equestrian sports, the Münsterland is also becoming increasingly important in catering to the needs of recreational and trail riders. With the Münsterland Riding Route, there is a network of bridleways that makes it possible to ride through the entire Münsterland.