Lolland is referred to as Denmark’s “pancake island” and this is due to the highest point of about 82 ft or 25 m above the sea level, which is just outside Horslunde. Historically speaking, Nazi Germany among others, considered Lolland as an essential communication highway during the World War II. Lolland have different towns and the famous ones among tourists include Maribo, Nakskov, Falster, Rodby, and Sakskobing. When it comes to the main product of Lolland, sugar beets or sugar make the majority of livelihood sources, as obviously seen on the wide field of sugar beets.
In Lolland, the mode of transportation include railway and motor links from the island of Falster up to the east, and via ferry from Germany through Fehran, a German island to the mainland. Among the tourists attractions of Lolland include the Fuglsang Manor that was built in the 19th century, and so as the famous neighbouring Fuglsang Art Museum that was opened in 2008. Another tourists attraction is the Knuthenborg Safari Park that is found in the northern part of Maribo, and it is considered as the largest safari park located in entire Northern Europe. Lalandia is considered as a holiday resort and a very big indoor swimming and water-fun-land. You’ll also find the Middelaldercentret, which is an open-air museum located on the most eastern part of Lolland just located outside the Nykobing Falster. The museum houses the experimental living history, containing the reconstructed part of the Europe’s medieval town from the 1400s, holding the world’s oldest and the largest trebuchets.
Lolland boasts its several sandy beaches, where tourists and locals swim and have fun with their family and friends. These sandy beaches have beautiful summer houses that German tourists enjoy. Hotels in Maribo and in Lolland in general are fully booked from late June to August, so reserving early is important. The tourism department of Lolland encourages tourists to visit during this time because of the rainless days to fully enjoy the beach and the other tourists attractions. Kids will surely love Lolland, most especially the Fuglsang Kunstmuseum with their newest exhibitions, and other fun activities to do. Your children will learn and enjoy seeing all sorts of wild and exotic animals up close in the famous Knuthenborg Safari Park. In the evening, enjoy watching the sunset with your entire family on the fun Post Boat.
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