The Eifel National Park  is one of the biggest natural parks in Germany and the biggest of the North Rhine Westphalia. It is also the first conservation park that protects upland beech forests on acidic soil exposed to an Atlantic climate. The park now protects more than 2.170 endangered plant and animal speces. You can find wildcats, beavers, bats, etc. One of the most beautiful parts is for sure the Volcanic Eifel, where approximately 350 little volcanoes have modeled this…