Vegane Hotels in Nordrhein-Westfalen

Vegan hotels in North Rhine-Westphalia
Anyone who goes on holiday in one of the vegan hotels in North Rhine-Westphalia will be surprised by the diversity of Germany’s most populous federal state. City tourists get their money’s worth there all year round, as do nature-loving active holidaymakers. One of the most popular holiday regions in North Rhine-Westphalia is the Eifel with its defiant castles, lovely half-timbered houses and the imperial city of Aachen. On their tours, hikers discover long-extinct volcanic cones, deep blue maars and dense forests. Another Eldorado for outdoor fans is the Sauerland: there the Langenberg and the Kahle Asten are firmly in the hands of skiers and snowboarders in the cold season. The Ruhr area is less of a natural landscape and more of a diverse cultural landscape, where numerous cultural monuments point to an important industrial past. In the Bochum Mining Museum, for example, you have the opportunity to go underground like the miners once did.

Many of the vegan hotels in North Rhine-Westphalia are located in the large cities of the metropolitan areas. Cologne is worth seeing, among other things, with its Gothic cathedral, the chocolate museum and the cable car over the Rhine. While Kölsch is preferred here, in Düsseldorf it is primarily top-fermented Altbier that is served over the “longest bar in the world”. In the state capital, visitors like to stroll along the Rhine promenade or the elegant Königsallee shopping mile. The media harbor is of particular architectural interest. In nearby Bonn, classical music enthusiasts follow in Beethoven’s footsteps. You can experience recent German history up close with a visit to the former Chancellor’s Bungalow or the Old Waterworks, where the German Bundestag met until 1992. If you book a vegan hotel in North Rhine-Westphalia during the carnival season, you should definitely not forget to pack an imaginative costume.