VIDEO: Hidden German Gems for your Bucket List

This year we visited several parks throughout Middle and East Germany. Uncensored Travel already wrote about all three parks before, and now our video about visiting these beautiful gems is online! Enjoy! We visited Kromlau, Bastei and Bergpark Kassel.

Want to read more about visiting the parks? Read below by clicking on the image!

 

 

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13 Comments

  1. Love the video! Your really captured the beauty of Germany. Now I want to go back sooner rather than later!

  2. Thanks for sharing. Germany is so beautiful. I had the opportunity to really get a good look on a layover in May but didn’t take it. Still regretting it.

    • Robert Dolmans

      Yeah, it has some awesome spots. Also the castles everywhere are ridiciously beautiful.

  3. Cool video! Beautiful parks. And the rock formations and cliffs are simply stunning. As rock climbers, we are helplessly tempted to climb these rock faces. 🙂

  4. The video is amazing. And these parks look absolutely stunning. Germany indeed has some amazing hidden gems. Planning a visit here soon

  5. Amazing video you captured the beauty of Germany perfectly

  6. always find that a video really helps give the feel of a place, so i really enjoyed re-living your experiences with you through this post!

  7. Ami

    That is a beautiful video, well edited too. Germany through your lens definitely is beautiful. I sure am going to read up the stuff that you have written on it. Thanks for this.

  8. wow these hidden gems are really nice! I wish they were closer by so I could visit them as a day trip!

    • Robert Dolmans

      If you ever go on a car trip through Germany towards Poland or Czech Republic these pitstops are perfect :)!

  9. Great video, I really enjoyed watching it. The bridge is really famous and I definitely want to visit it once. Was it easy to reach?

    • Robert Dolmans

      Thanks! Yeah, it is a public park. A short walk and you will reach the bridge 🙂

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