An extensive area to visit with multiple Saxon villages and fortifies churches to visit.
There are a couple of events you can attend, but you must go to one of the brunches they organize every last weekend of the month (in the summer time) - you will meet a lot of people and eat great food.
Some places are to be consolidated, some have great accommodation in peasants houses, and the local food is to die for (for as good as it as and both for as greasy at it is). And you must try the cycle tours.
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