LindbergGuti-Place - travel by bus and train free of charge
"Let Nature be Nature".
Meadows, high moors and ancient forests make Lindberg a popular holiday destination for young and old. For those looking for sports and activities, this village in the heart of the Bavarian Forest has a lot to offer.
Children and young people can get a unique forest experience at a 5 day Wilderness Week at the Wilderness Camp at the Falkenstein. Particular highlights are the meadow bed, earth cave, tree house and forest tent. The simple way of life, so close to nature, without electricity and running water, expands horizons and encourages a sense of community.
In the red deer enclosures at Scheuereck it is possible to watch the feeding of native deer from a covered viewing post. An visit in the autumn rutting seasons is particularly exciting.
Anybody who has tucked golf clubs into their luggage should drop in to the Oberzwieselau Golf Club. The 18 hole golf course is set in an idyllic landscape, surrounded by ancient deciduous trees, babbling streams and still ponds.
The many winter paths, extensive network of cross country skiing trails and proximity to the Arber ski area makes Lindberg a top tip for winter sports fans.
Places Worth Visiting
Culture and tradition are also part of a holiday in Lindberg: The Farmhouse Museum dating back to the 16th century depicts how the forest farmers once lived. The parish church in Ludwigsthal is an architectural jewel, the only art nouveau church in the Bavarian Forest and the only church in Germany with a totally painted interior.
And once you are here, you really have to go and see some glassmakers at work.
Lindberg is in the Bayerwald-Ticket area offer their holiday guests a special treat - the GUTi guest card. With the GUTi guest card, guests staying in participating villages can travel by bus and train free of charge. Your guest card is valid.