3 bedroom accommodation in Gerolstein
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The old town of Gerolstein is nestled on a beautiful wooded hillside on the banks of the Kyll. Gerolstein is known for its carbonated springs and the Gerolsteiner Sprudel. For both young and old there are a variety of nice trips you can take from here. Depending on your interests you can visit the baptismal font at the Losheim Museum on the German-Belgian border, or Germany's oldest city (Trier) or even Luxembourg. The Eifel Zoo in Lünebach is a wonderful zoo set in the midst of a beautiful landscape. In addition to the many animals such as bears, tigers, lions, etc., you can also find tropical trees and plants. For the hiking and cycling enthusiasts, you will find a broad network of routes by the Volcanic Eifel. In the region of pelm, between the old walls of the castle square of the Stauffenburg, which dates from the 12th century, you can visit the Adler and Wolf Park of Kasselburg. Here there are soaring eagles, circling vultures, hawks, falcons, owls in large aviaries and a crying wolf! In the Wolfsschlucht (wolf ravine) in the forests around the Kasselburg live the largest wolf pack in Western Europe. In short, this makes a great starting point for your holiday discovery tour of the Eifel. Fishing is also possible in the region. In Stausee you can fish for trout, but Kyll's fast running waters also contain a nice amount of fish. In order to fish in Germany a German fishing license is required. This can be picked up in Gerolstein at the City Hall pick.
To fish in the Stausee a day pass is needed (€ 10.00 per day).