Book now on www.wizzair.com a holiday to a traditional and charming city shaped by concrete and steel skyscrapers.
✈ an ideal place for a city break, but also for a day if you are just passing by;
✈ highest-class shopping;
✈ top architecture;
✈ and many more that we expect you to discover and share with us.
✈ Romerberg Square;
✈ Goethe Memorial House;
✈ Zeil Street - The Fifth Avenue of Germany;
✈ Museum of modern art;
✈ Iron Bridge;
✈ Bankenviertel district;
✈ Senckenberg Museum of Natural History;
✈ Old Opera.
Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is located in the heart of Rhineland-Palatinate in the Hunsrück region. What was formed in millions of years of geological history still makes this landscape special today: the four rivers Moselle, Nahe, Saar and Rhine have dug deep into the Devonian slate and flow around the low mountain range shaped like a dog's back. The region is far from industry; in many places you will discover only relaxing nature. The mountain ranges are gently undulating and covered with extensive forests and flowering meadows; deeply cut streams become gorge-like valleys. A high-quality network of hiking and cycling trails leads to the natural beauty spots. So it is only understandable that Hunsrück has two nature parks, the Saar-Hunsrück Nature Park and the Soonwald-Nahe Nature Park, and the only national park in Rhineland-Palatinate, the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park. For such protected areas are only created where nature preserves its own characteristics.
The historical monuments tell of an eventful history in the Hunsrück. These are small, cultural treasures. Castle ruins have been restored as far as possible according to the preservation order; the churches often impress with their unusual location or size. Holidaymakers admire the slate-roofed half-timbered houses and appreciate the deceleration that grips the small towns of Kirchberg, Simmern or Kastellaun just as much as the villages.
Geierlay suspension rope bridge: Germany's most beautiful suspension rope bridge, 360 metres long and 100 metres high above a deep-cut stream valley between Mörsdorf and Sosberg,
Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park: 10,000-hectare protected area with rare, old copper beech trees, special moors, flowering meadows and imposing cliffs.
Erbeskopf: Recreation area on the highest mountain in Rhineland-Palatinate (816 metres) with Erbeskopf National Park Gate, forest ropes course, summer toboggan run and viewing platform on the summit.