Nationalpark Jasmund Konigsstuhl, Sassnitz
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Though it is the smallest national park in Germany, Nationalpark Jasmund Konigsstuhl has no shortage of sights--visitors flock here to see the largest chalk cliffs in Germany, as well as undisturbed beech forests, which belong to the UNESCO World Heritage list. Stop by the museum to learn more about the area, and then take a free tour of the park to discover more about the ecosystem; here, you'll see the chalk cliffs up close. You can rent bikes at the visitor center to explore the park on your own. Make Nationalpark Jasmund Konigsstuhl part of your personalized Sassnitz itinerary using our Sassnitz trip itinerary builder.
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  • Beautiful forest, beautiful coasts. You can relax there and relax. By bus to the Königsstuhl is okay too. You can walk through the forest.
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  • We went to Jasmund National Park with our 5 year old son. We parked in Hagen and took the 3 km walk through the forest to the Viktoriasicht. The therapeutic walk through the forest takes you by a lake...  more »
  • To demand money with natural deduction is a point always, probably understandable but somewhere impossible, such a thing. We drove given parking drive on the, as there is for connoisseurs probably around Park. Here you pay per 0, 5 h 50 ct (maximum € 5.50 per day). Here we drove the possibility with a fee-based bus to the Königsstuhl to be. For all that are not assigned, but we recommend one of the two marked trails from the parking lot to the Königsstuhl. The short walk from 3 km to cover well with baby strollers. The long way is slightly more demanding, with 6.5 km but also for many schaffbar roots and increases! We went to the long trail, here you can enjoy many beautiful views and a quiet walk through the protected forest of beech. You have to pay admission to get directly to the Chair of the King. From my point of view you can save that, if you will not yet in the associated Museum, because you can see just as well on the way. The walk to the beach down was unfortunately locked therefore a point deduction, because you never know whether you can just look at this wonder of nature. We are then declined the short round to withdrawal, this is nice also with children, because there are in between several stations that tell about the environment! Conclusion: just for the low season the King Chair is worth a detour, but only with solid shoes, to see something that leading roads!
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