Bernau is located some 14 miles (23 kilometers) from Berlin, the capital of Germany.
To find out why so many holiday-makers select Black Forest as a vacation spot, make sure you and your family spend a bit more time in the wider area. If you've got a hankering for more ways to enjoy the region, head to the Erpetal Conservation Area and Hoppegarten Racetrack in the vicinity of Dahlwitz-Hoppegarten, which lays roughly 13 miles (21 kilometers) to the north of Bernau.
Berlin is around 14 miles (23 kilometers) from Bernau. This regional center contains a number of interesting things to see, such as Mauerpark, Brandenburg Gate and Museum for Contemporary Art. If you're looking for more, it's worth investigating German Cathedral, Humboldthain Park and Jewish Museum Berlin before heading back to Bernau.
If it starts raining cats and dogs, fear not, Black Forest offers a wide range of nature museums, art galleries and history museums, that'll keep you busy. Every destination contains a special history and this area has its own stories to tell. The ruins in these parts provide a great snapshot to the past.
This area also offers a number of truly unique adventures such as paragliding. If you are in the area in the colder months, enjoy some of the local wintersports such as snowboarding and cross-country skiing. These are available in the Black Forest.
You'll be sad to bid "Tschüss" (farewell) to this memorable part of the world.