NRW is decorating its shop windows by filling them up with extraordinary travel experiences for everyone. If you’re looking to go on a three-day exploration in the Far West, you’ve come to the right place.
Browse the offering while accompanying German bloggers and journalists across the state. Let them introduce you to some popular attractions, inns, and accommodations in their personal travel reports while introducing you to regional attractions with matching themes in terms of experience, culinary, and accommodation. Some may want to go cycling with the family, right into the countryside, to industrial culture, or historical production sites. Others might prefer exploring the trendy districts of a metropolis with friends or visit famous museums as a group. Enthusiasts of extreme sports can have a look at the latest trekking routes with like-minded people, while anyone seeking relaxation may treat themselves to a well-deserved rest on themed hiking trails.
Have a look!
Every region has a suitable figurehead for you on display. When will you set out on your trip to NRW?
Whether late Middle Ages, early industrial culture, or just pure nature: anyone who travels in the Eifel will walk in the tracks of an eventful past and a multifaceted present.
A journey through Aachen, from the Aachen Cathedral, the Elisenbrunnen, Charlemagne, and the Couven Museum to delicious Printen.
Nobility by Bike
Walk – or rather: cycle – in the tracks of Westphalian nobility and visit enchanting castles and palaces along the way.
Art and Killepitsch
The Rhine metropolis of Düsseldorf offers entertainment for any weather: Modern museums, quirky architecture, nice designer shops, Rhenish cuisine, and, of course, the world’s longest bar.
A “loaded” weekend
Through the Sauerland on the gravel bike: three routes with lengths between 40 and 60 kilometres lead gravel fans across the gravel roads to great vantage points around Winterberg.
Encounters with Beethoven
With Beethoven through Bonn and the region: This tour on the composer’s tracks leads to Bonngasse and Bonn Cathedral. A hike in the Siebengebirge visits the Drachenfels and Schloss Drachenburg.
Water skiing, forest climbing, and wildlife enclosures
A weekend in Neanderland offers a great number of adventures and surprises.
“Op Jück” in Köln
Brewery, street art, and design: a weekend in Cologne takes travellers to some very special places in the metropolis on the Rhine.
Where art kisses history
A bike tour along the Lower Rhine lets travellers discover ancient Roman towns, medieval church treasures and important stations in the life of Joseph Beuys.
Accessible through Dortmund
The largest city in the Ruhr Area offers the German Football Museum, the Phoenix-See, Zeche Zollern, and the Dortmunder U as accessible venues
High up in Hermann’s country
There is a lot to discover in the Teutoburg Forest: The Hermann Monument, the Externsteine and the beautiful old town of Detmold. Other highlights are waiting along the way.