Bergisches Land Vacation Packages
From here it's 18 miles (29 kilometers) to the west to Duesseldorf and 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest to Cologne.
If you're visiting Bergisches Land take the time to see its many wonderfully-curated galleries and collections. Some of the most popular museums are the Freilichtmuseum Lindlar, the Skulpturenpark Waldfrieden and the popular Dieringhausen Railway Museum.
Plant lovers will appreciate Botanischer Garten, an important area of conservation in the Bergisches Land area. Like many botanical gardens in the country this garden is involved in preserving plant diversity.
One of the more popular historic sites in the area is the Friedrich Engels House. This place gives visitors the chance to deepen their understanding of an important time in time. It is good to explore this site and also other ancient structures and monuments to obtain an understanding of the events that shaped this region.
If you’re into zoos, add Wuppertal Zoo to your list of places to visit and see animals great and small. As you meander along the network of paths, admire the lovingly created garden displays which enhance the atmosphere of the park.
The Altenberg Cathedral is a long-standing place of worship that is well worth checking out. Visit this special place to learn about its past and also to study its design.
Keen nature lovers will be glad to find out that Bergisches Land also has some ecological preserves where families can enjoy unique scenery and local plant and animal species. To walk through one of the most visited natural parks, head out to Nature Reserve Wahner Heide.
If your looking for something a little different to do in the Bergisches Land area, before you fly make sure you check out Remscheid Rathausplatz.