In order to make our guests aware of the many other attractions in addition to the Playmobil FunPark, we have given our region the name Playmobilhausen in reference to Entenhausen.
The Playmobil FunPark is a unique leisure park with an educational approach. This is to give the children all the opportunities to use their imagination to explore the well-known Playmobil play worlds in reality. There are no rides, no multimedia, no "higher, faster, further". The Geobra Brandstätter Foundation also offers this at such a reasonable price that the FunPark regularly belongs to the "Top 3 Most Popular Amusement Parks in Germany" and is fully suitable for children from 2 to 10 years of age. We are not only fans of the fun park because we live from its guests - but we have been season ticket holders with our children for years. Here we would like to give you a short overview of the playing possibilities:
In Pirate's Bay you have the chance to play pirate ship games on two life-size Playmobil pirate ships, dig up pirate gold and paddle across the lake on rafts. Tip: In summer, you can go rafting very early or very late, because you have to queue for it. Don't worry! If someone gets wet, there are dryers available at the toilets.
On the large Playmobil knight's castle you can play catch perfectly over the winding corridors and balustrades down to the cellar. On the outer walls you can climb walls up to 5 meters high or shoot a target with a cannon in front of it. The "pillory for court jesters", the royal couple and the ogre/troll at the entrance gate ensure perfect "selfies".. Food tip: Here are hot dogs, without long waiting also at lunchtime
What makes any police station special? - Right! The coffee maker;-)
But you can not only admire the life of a civil servant, but above all you can go on a manhunt with a go-kart. Here and at the rafts, the Pirate Lake, there can be short waiting times
The city of Nuremberg is located in the north of the federal state of Bavaria. The townscape is characterized by medieval architecture such as the fortress walls and towers of the old town. On the northern edge of the old town the Imperial Castle rises above the red tiled roofs. On the main market square in the city centre you will find the partly gilded, multilevel Beautiful Fountain and the Gothic Church of Our Lady from the 14th century. You can find the website here Nürnberg
Cadolzburg ist ein Markt im mittelfränkischen Landkreis Fürth. Namensgebend und zentral gelegen ist die im Jahr 1157 erstmals erwähnte Burg. Die Website findet ihr hier Cadolzburg
The "Alte Veste" was built between 1228 and 1235 as a so-called tower-hill castle on the Rosenberg near Zirndorf. At that time, the Rosenberg was not yet forested to the extent that it is today, and so the "Burg Berch" - after the Berg family who built it - stood defiantly on the hill. During the Thirty Years' War (1618 - 1648), the Alte Veste was at the centre of the battle named after it between the imperial army under Wallenstein and the army of the Swedish King Gustav Adolf, after whom Fürth's Gustavstraße was named. While Gustav Adolf's troops camped near Fürth - presumably on the Hardhöhe - Wallenstein had a huge camp built between Zirndorf, Oberasbach and Stein in order to cut off Swedish supplies to Fürth and Nuremberg, avoiding a direct attack. Engraving of the Old Veste around 1700 On the morning of 3 September 1632, the Swedish troops finally advanced against Wallenstein and opened an open battle in the area of the Old Veste. The Swedes succeeded in taking an artillery entrenchment - still visible today - near the water reservoir, but the main force of the Swedish king remained in the fire of Wallenstein's troops in front of the heavily fortified and gun-equipped Alte Veste. The ramp, which was built in 1632 and used to place the guns within the walls of the Old Veste, still exists and today serves as a stairway to the observation tower. The Rosenberg and the area of the Alte Veste were so fiercely fought over that the entire area was covered in gun smoke. However, as it began to rain heavily in the night of September 4, Gustav Adolf broke off the attack on Wallenstein's camp, as the fuses of his soldiers became so damp that they were barely fit for duty. After the battle, the Swedes withdrew to the Hardhöhe. Although neither side could claim this battle as a victory, it did mean a loss of prestige for the Swedes. On September 18th Gustav Adolf again had his troops in battle order in front of Wallenstein's positions, but no battle took place; the king had rather meant this as an honourable gesture towards his opponent, which was also understood by Wallenstein. Finally, on September 23rd - the Swedes had already left - Wallenstein also gave up his camp and moved on with his fire. Thereby Fürth was severely affected. Gustav Adolf, however, returned to the Alte Veste on September 28 to inspect the abandoned camp of his opponent. According to tradition he is said to have had breakfast at a round stone within the walls of the Old Veste. This stone has since been called "Schwedenstein". It was probably destroyed when the second tower was blown up in 1945. You can find the website here Cadolzburg
At the Brombachsee, Altmühlsee and Rothsee, at camping or in your holiday apartment - the Franconian Lake District and its hosts welcome you warmly. From bathing fun to water sports, from enjoying nature to festival culture, the Franconian Lake District offers unforgettable holiday experiences - in a diverse cultural landscape around the seven accessible lakes. You can find the website here Seenland
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