Fischerhude is one of the most charming villages in North Germany.
Fischerhude, a Charming German Village
I have a lot more pictures to share from our annual trip to Fischerhude, the cutest country village I know in Germany.
We always visit it when I’m visiting my mom in Germany.
I already showed you why I left my heart at the Landlust country store, but here are a few more images from our day trip to this village.
Fischerhude is located next to the Wümme river in north Germany between Bremen, my hometown, and Hamburg. It’s only about 30 minutes away from our house.
When we arrived, my mom, Landon, and I walked into little gift stores and took a stroll through the countryside to get to our favorite cafe, the Rilke Cafe.
We checked out bunnies…
…and walked past gorgeous, old farm houses.
On the side of the road were several little stands with goodies the locals make, or you have the chance to buy a book for 1 Euro, kind of like a tag sale.
I just love this honor system to buy homemade marmalade.
Someone is still drying their closes the old-fashioned way. Sadly, it rain a lot in North Germany, and there are not that many days during the year that you get to take advantage of the sun to dry your clothes.
This is a lovely outdoor cafe in Fischerhude: Gasthof Berkelmann has indoor and outdoor seating. There is nothing nicer than sitting outside in the summer and have “Kaffee und Kuchen” — coffee and house-made cake — in the shade outside.
This is most charming gift shop with goods from Sweden.
One day I hope to have the time to see this old-fashioned puppet show they offer, in a small traveling circus.
I hope you enjoyed my little tour though Fischehude – if you are ever nearby in North Germany, you just HAVE to come visit and take in all the charm, sit down for homemade cake, and take a walk along the Wumme.