The PHOENIX Hotel – above the rooftops of Bergneustadt
Surrounded by forests, lakes and historic villages, the PHOENIX is ideal for exploring the Bergisches Land and the neighboring Sauerland. Whether the nearby Aggertalsperre, the "Feuer & Flamme-Weg" (Fire & Flame Path), the monkey and bird park in Eckenhagen or the open-air museum in Lindlar - there is a lot to see in the region! Explore the surrounding area on relaxed hikes or use our in-house e-bikes for your tours. We have six high-quality e-bicycles ready for you. Of course, not only hotel guest can rent our e-bikes.
The region around Bergneustadt has a lot to offer! Discover historical buildings, museums, old churches and monuments, informative hiking trails, dripstone caves, lakes and the beautiful nature. Whether you are hiking or exploring the Bergisch region on an e-bike - the PHOENIX Hotel offers you the ideal starting point for exploring the surrounding area.
We have already put together a few exploration tips for you here. A lot more can be found on our "Attractions" page. Take a look around and start your discovery tour of the Bergisches Land.
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A few tips for excursions
Panarbora offers a holistic environmental educational approach combined with a nature experience such as the treetop path with observation tower, the information portal with water and adventure playground, the nature adventure academy or the global villages.
Feuer & Flamme (Fire & Flame)
Experience the fiery side of the region Oberberg with the fire & flame hiking trail. A beautiful circular hiking trail that tells about through display boards conflagrations, the use of fire and the fire brigade in the area.
The Aggartalsperre offers you and your family many opportunities for wonderful excursions. Whether hiking, cycling or swimming, there is something for everyone here, making it possible to share moments.
The Altenberger Dom, or "the Bergische Dom" can be reached quickly and is a great destination for a day trip. Experience the Bergisches Land together with the history and culture of the area.
Visit one of the largest, most fascinating and most beautiful dripstone caves in Germany. With over 150,000 visitors annually, it is one of the wealthiest caves. In addition, visitors and tourists can visit up to 1800m and thus belongs to one of the largest dripstone caves.
On over 30 hectares of land, the Lindlar open-air museum shows everyday rural life. With many great events, it is one of the most modern museums of its kind in Germany. Experience exciting excursions into the past with your family.