Personalized Ecotours of Germany to discover Germany's Secret Green Architecture and Gardens - Green Harmony Tours

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Tour Highlights:

Berlin & Potsdam

Belin Botanic Garden
Revitalized city center walking tour
New main train station
Reichstag's new dome
Ka De We (Germany's largest department store)
Hanfhaus (hemp store)
Tropical Islands (1 hour south; Europe 's largest rainforest and tropical leisure world & the world's largest free standing dome)

Karl Foerster's Garden

Bitterfeld and Wolfen

Wolfgang Oehme designed flower meadow at Amber Lake
Landschaftspark Halbinsel Pouch (landscape art park on Pouch's peninsula)
Ferropolis or „City of Iron“
Bike tour around newly formed lakes at former open pit coal mines
Bitterfelder Bogen (exciting, new observation tower)
Solar powered school


Historic city center walking tour
Cutting edge designed Helmut Jahn building
Oehme, van Sweden & Assoc., Inc. designed gardens

Bauhaus architecture school
Woerlitz Park

Glas Volkswagen Factory
Saechsische Schweiz (Saxony's Switzerland)


Wartburg Castle


EGA Park - Erfurt Garten Austellung (Erfurt's Garden Exhibition Park)

Gera and Ronneburg

BUGA 2007 – Bundesgartenschau (German Federal Garden Show)
Optional bike ride between the two gardens

Iron Curtain Border Park

Former border between West and East Germany walking tour


Allianz insurance park designed by Oehme, van Sweden & Assoc., Inc.
Hundertwasser mixed use building with roofgardens and courtyard


Walking tour of town where German Christmas ornaments, such as nutcrackers, smoking man, arches, etc., originated and are still handmade from today

Historic city center walking tour to see MartinLuther's sites
Piesteritz planned garden community for factory workers

Regenerative Designs and Landscapes of Germany Tour 2009 was developed and is under the authority of Green Harmony Tours, a tour company promoting cultural and ideas exchange between Americans and Germans of progressive, green, environmentally friendly, sustainable, and socially equitable concepts with the goal of helping humanity live in harmony with Nature and each other.

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