Germany Trip Plan:
26 days Holiday Tour through Hösseringen and Surroundings

Germany trip plan: 26 days Holiday Tour through Hösseringen and Surroundings
Ferienwohnungen an den Eichen
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Take a great 26 days holiday tour of the Privatmuseum Biernat in Hösseringen.




Note: This is a trip plan (self-driving, stay in a vacation apartment, explore on your own)
Duration: 26 days
Recommended Destination Airport: Hamburg Airport

Trip Plan Details:

Located only 700 meters away from our neighborhood, in the middle of the forest, the Open-air museum "Landwirtschaftsmuseum der Lüneburger Heide." Here you can have a glimpse into rural life and rural culture of the last 400 years.

The itinerary is flexible. Mix and change as you like (e.g., depending on weather.)

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Cost Estimate:

We compiled some starting prices and rough estimates to help you better with your Germany trip planning.

Lodging: starting at $1400 for 2 persons / 26 days
Admissions: starting at $500 for 2 persons / 26 days
Car Rental: starting at $1500 for 2 persons / 26 days
Gas: starting at $700 for 2 persons / 26 days
Estimated Total Cost:2 persons, starting at $4100 / 26 days
 4 persons, starting at $0 / 0 day

Travel Itinerary

Day 1: Visit of Museum Village

Day 1: Visit of Museum Village
Besuch des Museumsdorfes
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Located only 700 meters from our quarters, in the middle of the forest, lies the open-air Agricultural Museum Lüneburg Heath. Here you can get a glimpse of rural life and rural culture of the last 400 years. The large Brümmerhof farmstead also serves as setting for weddings done by the official of the Suderburg community.


Day 2: Carriage Ride

Day 2: Carriage Ride
Kutschwagenfahrt und Baden, planschen, spielen, schwimmen und paddeln im Hardausee
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Carriage ride through forest and field and to our small heath in Hösseringen; walk around the Hardausee lake; lunch in a restaurant in Hösseringen; coffee at a kiosk at the lake; dinner at Hösseringen’s barbecue spot.


Day 3: Ellerndorfer Heath

Day 3: Ellerndorfer Heath
Ellerndorfer Heide
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Two marsh nature protection areas are close by, the Ellerndorf Heath and the Bokeler Heath. In the Ellendorf juniper heath close by Hösseringen, we will also find the shepherdess and her flock of Heidschnucken.


Day 4: Forest Natural History Trail, Water Educational Trail, Village Pond Hösseringen

Day 4: Forest Natural History Trail, Water Educational Trail, Village Pond Hösseringen
Waldgeschichtspfad, Wasserlehrpfad, Dorfteich Hösseringen
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A hike over the forest education trail. Start at the museum village’s parking lot. 10 interesting stations with wild boar Sudel, a creation of cartoonist Mr. Marunde, who lives in the Wendland country at the Elbe. Explanations of trees, plants, geology and economic use of the forest.


Day 5: Nature Park

Day 5: Nature Park
Aussichtsturm in Hösseringen
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The Nature Park Lüneburg Heath gives you the chance to walk through forest and heath landscapes, in the tracks of Hermann Löns. His monument is on the Wietzer Berg mountain close by Müden/Örtze; his grave in the juniper heath of Tietlingen near Fallingbostel. They remind of the hunter and friend of nature who died in the First World War.


Day 6: Farmer Hans and Country Life

Day 6: Farmer Hans and Country Life
Bauer Hans Landleben
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Go on tour with farmer Hans, all about the asparagus. Tour with the countryside coach to the asparagus farm Niemann in Wichtenbeck. We’ll enjoy fresh asparagus with ham and Schnitzel from the region in the Hotel Wacholderheide in Eimke. Fun and surprises for young and old.


Day 7: Lüneburg, Scharnebeck ship lift, Esterholz lock

Day 7: Lüneburg, Scharnebeck ship lift, Esterholz lock
Rathaus
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The well-preserved old town of Lüneburg is an inviting place for explorations, nice walks and some shopping. Lüneburg is one of the former Hanse cities with a beautiful historic inner city (with many brick buildings) and an old town hall.


Day 8: Celle

Day 8: Celle
Stadt Celle
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Celle, another city with a well-preserved old town, another chance for exploration and nice walks.


Day 9: Tank Museum in Munster

Day 9: Tank Museum in Munster
Panzermuseum in der Stadt Munster
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Big museum of military history for the whole family. Shows the development of armored divisions, German uniforms from 1866 to today, as well as German medals, documents from 1813 to today, tanks and vehicles, small weapons and military toys.


Day 10: Hamburg

Day 10: Hamburg
Altonaer Museum
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The Altona Museum as one of the largest museums of art and cultural history of the Northern German region is steeped in tradition. BallinStadt tells of the five million people who went through Hamburg between 1850 and 1934, migrating to America.


Day 11: Otter Center Hankensbüttel

Day 11: Otter Center Hankensbüttel
Otterzentrum Hankensbüttel
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Experience fish otter, tree martens, stone martens, badgers, ermine, iltis, and other rare animals in their natural environment.


Day 12: Elb Castle Bleckede & Dömitz Fortress

Day 12: Elb Castle Bleckede & Dömitz Fortress
Elbschloss Bleckede
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Elb Castle Bleckede (as they write: ElbSchloss Bleckede) in Bleckede stands on the remains of a castle which was first mentioned around 1270. Today’s castle was built by Duke Ernst II. of Braunschweig-Lüneburg in 1600, using half-timbered construction.


Day 13: Museums in the Area

Day 13: Museums in the Area
Burg Lenzen
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Many other museums close by await the curious visitor. Open-air museum Kiekebarg, Mühlenmuseum und Handwerkermuseum, Suhlendorf (presenting mill and craftsmen). Wassermühle u. Handwerkermuseum, Sittensen, (water mill and craftsmen). Historical stone baking oven Soltendieck Mill museum Gifhorn and Moisburg, Grenzlandmuseum Swinmark Göhr, Schnega (museum of the border region Swinmark Göhr) Hunting museum Wulff.


Day 14: Butterfly Park

Day 14: Butterfly Park
Leuchtturm
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In the butterfly park in Buchholz, one can admire butterflies from all parts and climates of the world in natural surroundings.


Day 15: Bird Park in Walsrode

Day 15: Bird Park in Walsrode
Vogelpark in Walsrode
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The world’s largest bird park in Walsrode, presenting more than 5000 birds of 950 species, from every continent and climate, in natural surroundings, species-appropriate keeping in halls which the visitor can walk through and extensive outdoors keeps in the middle of a grand park and garden complex.


Day 16: Animal Park in Niendorf

Day 16: Animal Park in Niendorf
Tierpark
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Animal park in Niendorf in the Nordheide, (BAB 7 – exit Garlstorf). More than 1000 animals invite for a spectacular experience, including petting zoos where children can feed animals and experience them skin-to-skin. A beautiful adventure playground and several more playgrounds are spread through the area.


Day 17: Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen

Day 17: Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen
Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen
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Serengeti Park Hodenhagen. More than 1000 animals from all over the world, monkey land and guided tours in the Serengeti-Bus.


Day 18: Heidepark Soltau

Day 18: Heidepark Soltau
Heidepark Soltau
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Amusement park "Heidepark Soltau", the largest family and fun park in Northern Germany with many attractions for young and old.


Day 19: Bad Bevensen

Day 19: Bad Bevensen
Rathaus Bad Bevensen
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Only 35 km away lies the quaint small town Bad Bevensen with ist saline-water thermal spa, adventure spa and spa gardens.


Day 20: Archaeological and historical destinations

Day 20: Archaeological and historical destinations
Amtsturm in Lüchow
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Our surroundings have a lot to offer for archaeologically and historically interested guests as well. First of all, these are the giant’s tombs (Hünengräber) and megalith tombs, and the Archaeological Center in Hitzacker. Buckelgräberfeld Boltersen Hünengräber Schieringer Forst Oldendorfer City of the Dead Heritage Museum


Day 21: Rundlingsdörfer villages in the Wendland

Day 21: Rundlingsdörfer villages in the Wendland
Dorfzentrum
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Rundlingsdörfer: Bussau, Diahren, Göttien, Lübeln, Satemin, Schreyahn


Day 22: Geology, Migrating Dune, Foundling Park

Day 22: Geology, Migrating Dune, Foundling Park
Findlingspark
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Geology, migrating dune, foundling park


Day 23: Motor and sailplane airport, Cities Arendsee, Salzwedel

Day 23: Motor and sailplane airport, Cities Arendsee, Salzwedel
Märchenpark Salzwedel
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Motor and sailplane airport Barnsen, Altmark : Cities Arendsee, Salzwedel.


Day 24: Bathing and playing

Day 24: Bathing and playing
Dahlenburger Straße Kurhaus
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Public baths: Open-air pool Stadensen (14 km), indoor and outdoor, adventure pools „BADUE“ Uelzen (20 km), “Rosenbad” (Rose Bath) pools, Bad Bevensen (35 km), Salztherme (saline thermal) pools, Lüneburg (60 km).


Day 25: Steamboat tour on the Elbe – Side Arm Arboretum Melzingen

Day 25: Steamboat tour on the Elbe – Side Arm Arboretum Melzingen
Gedenkstätte für das KZ Außenlager Alt-Garbe
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How about a relaxed steamboat tour on the Elbe side canal? Ferries: Boitzenburg – Brackede, Bleckede – Neu Bleckede, Neu Darchau – Darchau Hitzacker – Bitter Pevestorf – Lenzen Schnackenburg – Lütkenwisch


Day 26: Railway Schienenbummel

Day 26: Railway Schienenbummel
Eisenbahn
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On the heath, friends of the railway will get just what they love. The Schienenbummel offers rides to sights and village festivals. We will gladly provide you with brochures and maps of train stations, events, etc. for excursions with the Schienenbummel or the federal railways.


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Hösseringen

Hösseringen
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Hösseringen is a district of the municipality Suderburg in the municipality Suderburg and is located in the southwestern district of Uelzen, Lower Saxony.  [ + ] More Details

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