Located in the largely flat Börde landscape, except for the hilly foothills of the Eifel, with its floodplains, the nature reserve and the lake park, the Roman city of Zülpich offers good recreational opportunities for equestrians, cyclists and hikers.
A variety of cultural offers and sights in and around the historic city, such as the Roman Baths - Museum of Bathing Culture, the Lake Park on the grounds of the Landesgartenschau 2014, the water castles, manor houses and the large sculptures of Ulrich Rückriem, invite you to make excursions. In the Seepark, there is recently another attraction, the "Flying Fox" zip-line park.
Discover the Roman town of Zülpich, the gateway to the Eifel, and enjoy a stay that is characterized by culture, hospitality, recreation and leisure fun.
Due to the lee effect behind the Eifel, the sunniest climate in Germany prevails here, along with some Baltic Sea stations. Cloud dispersal by sinking air masses opens a huge window over Zülpich, which brings rain poverty, but also a lot of warmth and foehn weather. Under the motto "4 gates await you" we welcome you!
Information about Zülpich and the northern Eifel is available at the town hall and at the Römerthermen (museum of bathing culture). The ideal starting and ending point for hikes and bike tours is the Zülpich bike and hiking station.