Flash is required!

First Photo:
© Joachim Grote/PIXELIO
Fifth Photo:
© Rainer Sturm/PIXELIO

Hermann’s trail

Get Active!

You often here of Lippe and the Teutoburg forest in the same sentence.  The district of Lippe, originally a state within the Holy Roman Empire, is now part of the North Rhine-Westfalia. Within its reach is the magnificent Teutoburg forest. Gentle valleys connect the surrounding mountains, while steep gorges carve the banks of the main river Werre. The highest peak is over 400 meters high.

Our vintage car tours through the Lippe countryside allow you to get active! We encourage our clients to step away from the ordinary, and follow one of our mapped routes off the regular tourist trail.  Experience the Lippe countryside the way it was meant to be, by gently climbing and descending through the beautiful woods on route to the Sternberg castle. Your adventure will lead you through small quaint villages such as Schwalenberg, where you can discover traces of the Weser Renaissance castle Wendlinghausen, and experience the influence of past rulers such as Kaiser Wilhelm II of Bad Pyrmont.

The former royal capital of Lippe, Detmold, is nationally known for the Hermann Monument, the Music Academy, the National Theatre and the open-air museum. Germany’s natural rock formation Externsteine, located just outside the city of Detmold, attracts many visitors year-round.

(Kopie 1)

[Translate to English:] Zum Hotel

Zu den Routen

Begleitet reisen im D&D-Oldtimer