An hour from the border, in the beautiful Münsterland and on the edge of the Teutoburger Wald is Regenbogen Camping Tecklenburg. The ideal campsite for active families who like to go out and also want some action at the campsite.
Well, you'll find that action! Swimming, indoors and outdoors, sports, entertainment and of course cycling in the surroundings of Regenbogen Tecklenburg. Münsterland is a star in beautiful cycling routes, hiking trails and bridle paths through vast flat landscapes. A holiday full of fresh air!
A day at Regenbogen Camping Tecklenburg Imagine ... you get up, look at the trees and enjoy breakfast with crispy fresh German bread from the camping shop. Then you think about what you are going to do. Starting up with aqua aerobics or taking a few laps yourself while the kids rush from the water slide time and time again? Do your children join the Indian day while you hit a ball on the tennis court? Maybe your children climb and scramble in the knight's fort while you pamper yourself in the wellness? Do not worry about the food, let yourself be served in the camping restaurant or order a takeaway. And as a conclusion to this holiday, you and the whole family are watching one of the evening shows at Regenbogen Tecklenburg. And tomorrow? Are you staying at the campsite or are you going out?
Münster and Osnabrück Regenbogen Tecklenburg is easily accessible via the motorway (which you sometimes hear) and within half an hour you drive to Osnabrück. Get a city tour at the VVV, you can see everything; churches, city walls, small streets and stepped gable houses. And you probably end up on the city square with a German beer ... or something else. A little further away is the lively student city of Münster. A well-known name because of the important peace treaty that was signed here. Old stately buildings, shopping and then people watching from a terrace. But also a closer town can be admired: Tecklenburg! The half-timbered houses are pretty photogenic. In the small museum in the centre you can see the paintings made by Otto Modersohn of Teckenburg and surroundings. Children probably find the doll museum more interesting. And last but not least, the open-air theatre in the castle ruin, together to one of the fairytale performances ... Have fun in Münsterland!
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