East Prussia - this is not only the land of dark forests and crystal lakes.
East Prussia's landscape is characterised by a variety of natural habitats as well as agricultural and forestry land with a comparatively low population density. Agriculture, dairy products, fish and wood still play an important role today. Rare animal species, which had long since become rare or disappeared further west, such as moose, lived here and still do today. No wonder that East Prussia is considered to be a hunting paradise, the territories of the Romincka Forest became legendary. The oldest pure breed of horses, the Trakehner horses, has its origin in East Prussia. The continental climate and many special features make the region a popular tourist destination.