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Central Europe offers you national parks encompassing plains, mountains, and enormous lakes and rivers. Take a walk on the wild side by choosing your favorite adventure sport, or absorb the magic of these parks by finding the perfect spot to sit still.
In northeastern Germany idyllic ancient beech forests, mysterious marshland and over 130 lakes make Müritz National Park a very special park to visit. Alight like a bird yourself for awhile on the riverbank at Lower Oder Valley National Park to see thousands of cranes swooping at this park on the border with Poland. While you’re in the area, tour historic tobacco farms, castles and manor houses. Should green be one of your favorite colors, then Bavarian Forest National Park should be on your itinerary, as you’ll have miles upon miles of dense forest to lose yourself in – figuratively, of course. Trails are well-marked!
The Pyrenees Mountains straddle the border between Spain and France.
The Iberian Peninsula has been inhabited for at least 1,000,000 years.
The Balkan Peninsula forms the southeast part of Europe, a region where different cultures.