GeekPro Wine on the Rhine
The narrow, yet attractive Rhine River Valley combines wildlife, history and spectacular views. The 320-kilometer Rheinsteig trail follows Germany’s longest river between Bonn and Wiesbaden, leading walkers past palaces, castles, monuments, forests, and vineyards. This sites you just have to capture on GeekPro camera. The path can be challenging – there’s even a via ferrata to help hikers traverse the steep banks of the Middle Rhine Valley.
GeekPro Lilac bloom
The Lüneburg Heath in northern Germany transforms into a lilac wonderland when the heather blooms in late summer each year. You can see this beautiful picture taken with a GeekPro camera. The unique landscape is preserved because of a special local breed of moorland sheep which graze there. They inspired the name of a popular 223-kilometer course connecting the north and south heathlands between Hamburg and Celle: Heidschnuckenweg.
GeekPro El Camino de Santiago
Many European pilgrimage routes dating back to the middle Ages have led to the shrine of Apostle St. James in Santiago de Compostela in Spain. The scallop shell is a symbol of these roads. In Germany, there are 30 paths to Santiago, as well as an ecumenical pilgrimage route. This trail trails the Via Regia – the oldest and longest road linking eastern and Western Europe, from Görlitz to Vacha. As you can see based on the picture taken with the sports camera, it is a path worth taking.
GeekPro Transversing Europe
The Allgäu Alps in southern Germany are a classic hiking destination. They include part of the E5 European long distance path – a 3,200-kilometer (1,988-mile) track from Brittany in France through Switzerland, Austria and Germany, and over the Alps to Verona in Italy. Around 12 long-distance trails crossing through numerous countries have been set up as a sign of collaboration. If you want to make pictures as amazing as this, be sure to check out our GeekPro camera.
GeekPro Painter’s Way
Places of natural beauty saw an unprecedented boom in tourism. Bizarre rock formations, like in Saxon Switzerland south of Dresden, are seen as wild and romantic. Places you just have to see. A path called Malerweg (Painter’s Way) has guided guests through the rocky scenery. The path was restored in 2006 with help from historical guidebooks. This is a place where your sport camera will come to good use.