After a visit to the medieval Free City of Mühlhausen, you can enjoy a trip by the National Park Bus in direction of the Hainich National Park. A stop in Niederdorla enables you to take a snapshot at the geographic centre of Germany before the tour continues to the Germanic settlement “Opfermoor Vogtei“. In Kammerforst, apart from the National Park Information, the Hainich High Rope Course and welcoming hosts, the visitors will also find the UBIS as well as the Wildcat Children’s Forest, a play paradise for young explorers. In Weberstedt, you can walk the Fairy Nature Path Feenstieg to Thiemsburg at the Canopy Walkway.
With the motto “Let nature be nature”, the “primeval forest in the middle of Germany” – the Hainich National Park – inspires its visitors. It has a size of 7,500 hectares, was established in 1997 and has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage since 2011.
Niederdorla:Not far from the geographic centre of Germany, in Niederdorla, lies the Germanic Opfermoor, or sacrificial marsh. The pre-Christian ritual site dates from the 6th century BC and is one of the best-preserved find complexes of its kind in central Europe.