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#MacsMoment, Cycling, Walking

The Moments Which Define an Adventure in Germany

4 Mar , 2018  

Germany, the country which invented Wanderlust (well, defined it at least!), is a dream destination for the walker or cyclist. There’s so much diversity. Very much a gateway to the Alps in the south with blissful climbs and views which go hand-in-hand, the river valleys of the Moselle, Rhine and Danube offer relaxed walking and […]

Adventure of the Week, Discovery, Walking

Adventure of the Week – Germany’s Romantic Road

13 Feb , 2017  

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, this week we are focusing on those tours that are suitable for the young lovers, the nature lovers and the happy couples looking to get away. What better way to start than with a trip that brings together western history, art and culture on a walk through the beautiful Bavarian landscape. In […]

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Cycling, Discovery, Tips & advice, Walking

26 interesting facts about Germany

3 Nov , 2016  

Germany is a wonderful place for a walking or cycling holiday thanks to a varied landscape – from beautiful pastures to majestic mountains and dramatic gorges – a wealth of historic attractions and many food and drink gems. Here we reveal more great things about this European destination. What is Germany known for: 1 Let’s start […]

Cycling, Discovery, Tips & advice, Walking

12 reasons to visit Germany in winter

2 Nov , 2016  

Snow-painted landscapes, frost covered woodlands and frozen lakes; sugar and spice and all things nice; bustling Christmas markets, hot Gluhwein and gingerbread. These are just some of our favourite reasons for a trip to Germany in winter. Let us tempt you a little more… Capital wonders Berlin is a vibrant city at any time of the […]

Discovery, Walking

This Week on Instagram: Germany, Cornwall & Norway

15 Apr , 2016  

With our team out researching exciting new walking and cycling trips, we thought we’d round up our top Instagram posts from this week. 1. Sunshine on the King Ludwig Way   Glorious weather en route to Füssen☀ #KingLudwigWay #Germany #Füssen #macsadventure #macsmoment #walkingholiday A photo posted by Macs Adventure (@macsadventure) on Apr 13, 2016 at 9:32am PDT   2. […]

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5 Good reasons to spend a holiday in Germany (by a German!)

11 Apr , 2014  

Hi, I am Alex, Macs Adventure’s new Intern from Germany. Don’t get me wrong: I have travelled a bit and enjoyed being in each single foreign country, but the more I travel the more I also realize how beautiful my own home is. So, have you ever thought about spending your holiday in the country […]

Discovery, Macs Adventure, Walking

Germany’s Red Deer Trail: Must Do List

25 Nov , 2013  

The Red Deer Trail is a classic self-guided walking tour through the nature reserves and woodland of the Northern Black Forest, to the north of Freudenstadt. The route includes both the largest area of upland moorland in the whole of Germany and the Mummelsee Lake, both the highest and largest lake in the area, dating […]

Adventure of the Week, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Bavarian Alps: Hiking the Salt Trail

4 Sep , 2019  

Overtoursim is something that we are hearing about more and more. With the rise of Air B&B culture, there are very few Venetians left in Venice, young people in Barcelona and the Isle of Skye are struggling to stay in the place they were born because they can’t afford the house prices. Many canny holidaymakers […]

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Adventure of the Week, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Burgundy Vineyard Trails

1 May , 2019  

The creation of wine is nothing short of magic. Taking the humble grape in all its various guises, which tastes like various forms of grape, and transforming it into a complex, multi-layered drink that changes flavour with time. It is wizardry of the highest form and there is arguably nowhere in the world where this […]

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Macs Adventure, Walking

Where is the Black Forest?

11 Mar , 2019  

The Black Forest, Germany, can be found in the state of Baden-Württemberg, tucked away in the south west corner of the country, close to the border with France. The towns most associated with the Black Forest are the university town of Freiburg to the south and the fashionable resort town of Baden-Baden to the north; […]

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