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You will find Flair Hotels in all regions of Germany and also in Austria. Easily search for your next holiday destination by region and discover the charm of our hotels in all the areas you require. Book your next trip to the Bavarian paradise, visit leisurely Rheinland, or enjoy a beach holiday with the family on the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. Our selection offers great hotels in unique locations to cater for every taste.

The scenery in the Allgäu Alps offers a fantastic panorama for the magical castles of Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau. The Alpine Trilogy offers three hiking trails at different altitudes....

Altmark lies in the northern part of Saxony-Anhalt, between the Drawehn region in Lower Saxony, the Elbe in the east as well as the Wendland region and the Magdeburger Börde. As part of the Margraviate of Brandenburg, the ancient cultural landscape obtained its historical significance in the Middle...

Splendid cycling tours along the Wörnitztalweg and Donautalweg, hiking through the Monheimer Alb or the Kesseltal, exploratory tours through a world-famous meteor crater: Bavarian Swabia is an oasis for nature...

The Bergisches Land starts directly outside the gates of Cologne and is a paradise for hikers and romantics. The mountain panorama track rewards the efforts of hikers with fabulous views. Its route takes you on a circular tour through unspoiled nature, along rivers, through forests, over hills and v...

The Black Forest is like a fairy tale with its clear lakes and idyllic river courses, gorges and waterfalls. The fir green forests in Germany’s largest low mountain range would have been the perfect scenery for brave Little Red Riding Hood, written by the Brothers Grimm....

As far as Brandenburg – so extensive are its worlds of experience. Its palaces and castles bear witness to the Margrave’s Electorate of Brandenburg and Prussia’s illustrious past. Its large-scale protected areas, rich in woodlands and waterways such as the Dahme-Heideseen Nature Park or the Un...

A land full of castles and lakes isn’t just beautiful, it also offers an incomparable range of activities for summer and winter. In summer, water sports attract you to the Wörthersee lake, whereas in winter you can enjoy the energetic ski slopes in the nearby sunny ski resorts....

A thousand years ago, red hot magma and groundwater collided, creating powerful eruptions. The resulting craters subsequently filled with water and today are better known as the maars (lakes) of the Volcanic Eifel or the “Eyes of the Eifel”. The Dauner Maars are a unique geological natural produ...

The Brocken at 1,141 m high is without a doubt the most impressive natural monument in the Harz mountain range. Northern Germany’s highest mountain offers a fantastic view of the countryside and on good days, you can see as far as Thüringan, the Weser mountains, the Rothaar Mountains or the Rhön...

The Swabian Tuscany is a top-class recreational area. Cycling along the Köcher, Jagst and Neckar rivers, cultural cycling routes along literary cycling paths, and castle or nature park routes up to the wooded mountain range of the nature parks – this is the best way to experience the versatility ...

The Kellerwald-Edersee UNESCO World Heritage Site is located in the Waldecker Land region. The expansive beech forests are no longer managed, thus creating Europe’s “primitive forests of the future”. The largest largest coherent complex of Luzulo-Fagetum beech grove in Central Europe is protec...

Holstein Switzerland has plenty of open meadows, soft hills and clear lakes. The nature park hiking trail connects the five nature parks in Schleswig-Holstein....

The Kraichgau region lies between the Rhein and Neckar to the west and east, and between Odenwald and the Black Forest to the north and south. The “region of 1,000 hills” is a varied landscape bathed in sunshine consisting of vineyards, forests, orchards and the romantic river valleys of the Nec...

Lake Constance in the four-country border region stands for unadulterated joie de vivre. The fascinating Alpine panorama in the background offers a magnificent backdrop to all types of activities: enjoyable bathing, water sports or a relaxed boat trip over the blue expanse of Lake Constance....

200 years ago, the characteristic heathlands stretched far over large parts of northern Germany. The cultural landscape that was formed by overgrazing in the Neolithic age is today kept open for grazing for heathland sheep – a traditional, native breed of sheep....

The Moselle and Rhein meet at the famous “German Corner” in Koblenz, whilst Koblenz’s old town invites you to take a stroll through it. The Moselle and Rhein rivers quietly wind through picturesque landscapes, past countless castles and palaces, wonderful vine-covered hills and romantic wine-g...

The Münsterland region is Germany’s horse country and offers the Münsterland riding trail consisting of 1,000 km of signposted bridleways. On this trail you can explore the region’s soft landscape by saddle. The 100 Castles Route – the pinnacle of German cycling tracks - combines culture wit...

In the middle of the Mecklenburg Lakeland is Germany’s largest inland lake – Müritz. It’s a paradise for all types of water sports: bathing, swimming, sailing, surfing, canoe and kayaking. There are wonderful cycling tours along the shores of the Müritz to Malchow or to the town harbour of W...

Holidaying in the North Sea is as varied and changeable as the surface of the sea itself. The beach is attractive in bright sunshine. On a long walk through the dunes, the unique and raw charm of the North Sea is demonstrated by the wind, clouds and salty sea breeze. If it’s raining, abundant well...

You can experience the history of the Ore Mountains as a flourishing mining region in over 20 visitors’ mines. The Ore Mountains are world-famous for their wide variety of traditional crafts with fabrics such as embroidery, felting, weaving, lace-making and ornamental trimmings as well as crafts w...

This little corner of the earth is also known as the Tuscany of the North, and rightly so. After all, a lust for life, unique medieval cultural assets and excellent wines are all at home here in the birthplace of German royalty. The sun shines brightly in the region, which is still an inside tip....

The Sauerland is the first region to be crowned a “Quality Hiking Region” and with the Sauerland Hiking Villages or the Sauerland-Höhenflug it offers first-class hiking routes with wonderful panoramic views. To be accurate, the total of 2,711 mountains over 400 m high provide a unique backdrop....

Attractive holiday and leisure options for hikers, mountain bikers, those seeking relaxation as well as those who are more culturally inclined – the Spessart natural park has all this to offer. The 2,440 km2 low mountain range comprises Germany’s largest contiguous area of mixed deciduous forest...

The uniquely beautiful landscape of the Swabian Alb biosphere area inspired Eduard Mörike in his inimitable poems to nature. Culture, nature and cuisine are the triad on the Swabian Alb. The famous Maultaschen stuffed pasta, Alpine lamb, delicious cheese and the rediscovered Alpine lentils taste be...

As a hiker on the Rennsteig hiking trail, as a visitor to the famous Wartburg Castle near Eisenach, or as a sports fan at an exciting event (biathlon, bob, cross-country or Nordic combined) in the winter sports complex at Oberhof: the Thüringian Forest has a wide variety of activities on offer to s...

Today, the Upper Palatinate is primarily a recreational area. Jurasteig, the 5 Rivers cycle path, canoe trips on the Vils, Naab and Regen rivers or even walks tracing the mining history along the Erzweg and the Bavarian Iron Way attract lovers of nature and culture....

Historic towns such as Hameln or Höxter with their half-timbered houses and buildings from the Weser Renaissance style take visitors back to a different time. Fragrant tours or culinary guided tours speak equally to all senses. The present-day Corvey Castle and the UNESCO world Heritage Site in Hö...