Personalized Ecotours of Germany to discover Germany's Secret Green Architecture and Gardens - Green Harmony Tours


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Tour Highlights:

Schwerin
BUGA 2009 – Germany’s 2009 Federal Horticultural Exposition in Schwerin: “Seven Gardens at the Heart
of It All”

Berlin & Potsdam

Belin Botanic Garden
Revitalized city center walking tour
Berlin’s new central railway center; the largest in Europe
Reichstag’s new dome – Architect: Norman Foster
Brandenburg Gate
DG Bank - Architect: Frank Gehry
Tiergarten - Large central park
Potsdamer Platz - Former busiest intersection in Europe is revitalized
Ka De We - Germany's largest department store
Hanfhaus - Hemp store

Potsdam
Karl Foerster’s (perennials and grasses pioneer) House, Garden, and Nursery

Magdeburg

Hundertwasser mixed use building with roofgardens and courtyard

Bitterfeld-Wolfen

Beautiful butterfly garden at Amber Lake's promenade designed by renowned landscape architect Wolfgang Oehme
Bersteinsee - Amber Lake: Brownfield redeveloped former openpit coal mine into an ecopark with lakes, forests, meadows, and bike trails
Bike ride around Amber Lake and other lakes
Bitterfelder Bogen - Bitterfeld’s observation tower
Ferropolis or „City of Iron“ – Former large coal mining machines loom like dinosaurs
Landschaftspark Halbinsel Pouch - Landscape art park on Pouch’s peninsula


Dessau
Bauhaus architecture school; a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Meisterhaeuser - Masters Houses designed and occupied by the Bauhaus professors
Wörlitz Park - Prince Leopold III’s garden; a UNESCO World Heritage site
Chemnitz

Swimming ponds designed by landscape architect Rainer Ihle

Dresden (optional, if time permits)
Historic city center walking tour: Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady)
Solar powered lights for bus shelters
Tambach-Dietharz (optional, if time permits)

Barefoot Park at the Lohmuelen Museum

Bad Langensalza (optional, if time permits)

Hainich National Park - Thuringian Oldgrowth
Forest Park with Germany’s longest tree canopy elevated walkway

Adventure Ecotour of Germany was developed and is under the authority of Green Harmony Tours, a tour company promoting cultural and ideas exchange between Americans and Germans of progressive, green, environmentally friendly, sustainable, and socially equitable concepts with the goal of helping humanity live in harmony with Nature and each other.

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