Spend your holidays in Germany in one of the VILA VITA Hotels. These are located either in the idyllic countryside of the Oldenburger Münsterland, amidst the Mecklenburg Lake District or at the foot of the historic old town of Marburg.
Embedded by wooded hills and lush fields and meadows, the Hessian university town offers many interesting sights that are worth a visit. Landgrave castle is enthroned over the historic old town with its narrow alley and offers a fantastic view over the half-timbered houses and the river Lahn. The river wiggles through the city from North to South and shapes the cityscape with bridges and walking trails. St. Elizabeth Church, the first truly Gothic church north of the Alps outside of France, is a pilgrimage sight and has been attracting visitors from all over the world since the 13th century.
The Lower Saxonian town borders the local recreational area of the Burgwald with its oaks and beeches. Many bicycle and walking trails leads through the idyllic countryside so that you can explore the surroundings. Beyond that, Dinklage in the Oldenburger Münsterland interesting sights. For example the Water Castle that was founded in the 15th century and that is now home to an abbey of Benedictine nuns or the Schweger Mühle, the only windmill of the district that still mills by wind power.
Ganzlin is a municipality in the adminstrative district of Ludwigslust-Parchim bordering a nature preserve. It is located in close vicinity to Lake Plau, the third largest lake of the Mecklenburg Lake District with an area of 38 sq km. Its shores are undeveloped and can be accessed almost everywhere. That is why it is not only sensational on the water but also by the water. 8 km away, there is the town of Plau am See. Its sights include the lovingly renovated half-timbered houses, the floodgate and the Elde promenade that invites to a stroll.