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© Nürburgring


The Nürburgring, about 20 kilometers away from the Eifel-Camp, is an absolute highlight for motorsports enthusiasts in particular. In addition to the popular 24-hour race and the DTM, numerous festivals, motorcycle, truck, and long-distance races attract visitors to the race track.

In the ring°werk you can experience a motorsport adventure for the whole family. A spectacular 4D cinema, historical exhibition areas with various winning vehicles from Nürburgring history or interactive simulators – motorsport comes alive here.

Explore the Nordschleife with your own car or motorcycle – this is possible for everyone at the Nürburgring. On fixed dates, the track is open for tourist rides and invites fans of the legendary track to this unique experience.

The ring°kartbahn promises top speed. Here you can experience racing action up close! With modern RIMO SiNUS electric karts that comply with the latest safety standards, you can find your personal ideal line on the 400 m long indoor track.

A close encounter with over 90 years of motorsport history is possible during the backstage tour. The daily tours start in the info°center and lead via the historical drivers’ camp and the start/finish cabin to the Media Center. Visitors experience not only a great insight into the world of international motorsport, but also a glimpse behind closed doors of the world’s most beautiful, legendary and demanding race track.


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Animal Parks

A very special experience for the whole family is a visit to a wildlife park. From the Eifel-Camp several parks are easy to reach.

Greifvogelstation Hellenthal
The Hellenthal station for predatory birds is open all year round and shows flight demonstrations with predatory birds several times a day. In the adjacent wildlife enclosure, you can admire native animal species at close range.

Adler- und Wolfspark Kasselburg
Adler- und Wolfspark Kasselburg is home to wolves, eagles, falcons, night predatory birds, wild hogs, sheep and goats within 10 hectares. In addition, knight plays, falconer days, wolf nights and a Christmas market take place in the medieval castle during the year.

Hochwildpark Rheinland
The Hochwildpark Rheinland, Kommern – offers up to 300 native animals and a petting zoo on 80 hectares of forest, meadow and pond landscape.

Wild- und Erlebnispark Daun
The Daun Wildlife and Adventure Park offers you the opportunity to drive eight kilometers through the wildlife enclosures with your own vehicle. You can get off at various vantage points and watch, photograph and feed the animals from the platforms.

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Amusement parks

Eifelpark – Wildlife and entertainment

The Eifelpark Gondorf offers a unique combination of amusement park and zoo on an area of around 100 football pitches.

More than 45 attractions and over 200 wild animals make the Eifelpark a special experience.

The Eifeltor Erlebniswelt
The 100,000 sqm family-friendly facility with summer sled track, quad track, guided quad tours, mini golf, and playground, guarantees a lot of fun.

Popular amusement park with many attractions easily accessible via the A1 and A553.

Aktivi Kall
is an indoor playground for the whole family.


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Swimming pools & thermal baths

Eifelbad Bad Münstereifel
offers bathing fun for the whole family. It has a heated outdoor pool with a giant slide even in winter and an area for toddlers.

Thermal baths and bathing world Euskirchen
spoiled with tropical bathing pleasure, real palm trees, and a generous sauna landscape. Experience a wonderful day full of relaxation.

Eifel thermal bath Zikkurat in Mechernich
is home to a 13,000 m² adventure pool for young and old as well as a modern and attractive sauna landscape.

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Places of interest

The tropical butterfly house Eifalia shows tropical butterflies, fish, birds, and turtles from May to September. The outdoor area, a botanical garden, provides information on local butterfly species and invites you to relax.

The Kakushöhle near Mechernich once served people in the Stone Age as a home. It is freely accessible, and there are beautiful hiking trails around the cave. The nature reserve of the Kartstein with the Kakushöhle in the city Mechernich ranks among the important prehistoric find places in Europe.

The LVR-Freilichtmuseum Kommern offers 75 historic buildings from the former Prussian Rhine province on a 100 ha site. In the museum different exhibitions alternate over the life of the former time. The program is supplemented by many events for the whole family. The open-air museum is one of the largest in Europe. Bring some time with you to see the historical houses and exhibitions on the 100-hectare site. You will need at least two hours to stroll through the museum and see something here and there.

The medieval castle Satzvey inspires with its picturesque scenery and offers all year round castle tours and numerous events on various topics around knights and fairy tales. An absolute highlight is the annual Christmas market!

In 2006 the former NS-Ordensburg Vogelsang became the Vogelsang IP, an international place for tolerance, diversity and peaceful coexistence. In addition to historical exhibitions, guided tours and events, the place also offers itself as a starting point for hikes. The National Park Centre Eifel in the Vogelsang IP Forum informs with exhibitions about the peculiarities of the Eifel nature.