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Müritz Nationalpark, Waren

(4.8/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
America isn't the only place with national parks--Müritz Nationalpark is filled with unspoiled forests, lakes, and wetlands to explore via foot, bicycle or bus. Keep an eye out for red deer, cranes, white-tailed eagles, osprey, and more. You'll have no problem finding the mass of juniper that grows here. Bring a picnic along, or stop for a bite to eat in the forest restaurant, only accessible by foot or bicycle. Rangers can answer questions and lead tours. Arrange to visit Müritz Nationalpark and other attractions in Waren using our Waren itinerary planner.
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  • Beautifully this nature that we were allowed to explore here on our tour with E-bikes. Everything is very well signposted and easy super many rest and observation.
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  • The park is similar in structure to compare with the hoge veluwe only bigger and much more to do. Funnily enough, most things pass open from april. Excellent walking, cycling as well as round trips are possible. There is also a bus which you can use with a special ticket all day. in comby with the boats. Walking it is very quiet but in the high season it seems to be very busy the other possibilities. Park is also known for the sea and fish Eagles and the many cranes.
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  • By Müritzhof of tasty food and always friendly. And all homemade, delicious. This year again a great Christmas market.
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  • The members of the Association help to implement the ideas and objectives of the National Park idea.
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