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Introducing Brandenburg...

Lake of the Schorfheide Biosphere Reserve © TMB picture archive Paul Hahn
In the Dutch Quarter Potsdam © TMB/Ehn
Lake Scharmützelsee  from a bird's eye perspective
Schorfheide-Chorin Biosphere Reserve, picture: TMB/Paul Hahn
National Park "Unteres Odertal" © Tourismus Marketing Uckermark GmbH
Adventure paddling in the UNESCO Spreewald Forest Biosphere Reserve, picture: Tourismusverband Spreewald e.V.
New Palace, view of the "court of honour", Potsdam, Sanssouci Park © SPSG / picture: Hans Bach
Lake of the Schorfheide Biosphere Reserve © TMB picture archive Paul Hahn
In the Dutch Quarter Potsdam © TMB/Ehn
Lake Scharmützelsee  from a bird's eye perspective
Schorfheide-Chorin Biosphere Reserve, picture: TMB/Paul Hahn
National Park "Unteres Odertal" © Tourismus Marketing Uckermark GmbH
Adventure paddling in the UNESCO Spreewald Forest Biosphere Reserve, picture: Tourismusverband Spreewald e.V.
New Palace, view of the "court of honour", Potsdam, Sanssouci Park © SPSG / picture: Hans Bach

… an impressive variety of recreational opportunities  – Go on a journey through the State of Brandenburg to discover the natural and cultural diversity of the region. Make a choice between quiet and tranquil places or lively events, between experiencing exciting events of today or seeking the traces of the colourful past, unspoiled natural landscapes or vibrant cultural life. Stunning natural surroundings – See how the charming landscape of the Brandenburg region unfolds with each step you take through the countryside. Abundant alleys and vast grain and poppy fields lure you into a unique natural microcosm, scenically traversed by an abundance of pristine rivers and lakes.

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Go on a journey through the State of Brandenburg

Schloss Oranienburg ©Stadt Oranienburg, Finish Werbeagentur

Brandenburg’s history is inextricably linked with the House of the Hohenzollern dynasty. On a European scale, the kings and emperors who originated from this aristocratic line, such as Frederick the Great, brought prestige and glory to the German State of Prussia with its royal seat in the territory of today’s Brandenburg and Berlin. More…

Floß auf einem See ©TMB Fotoarchiv/Silbermann

Discover and experience Brandenburg from the paradisiacal water and go by boat: the most idyllic way to travel. Brandenburg encompasses about 3,000 lakes and over 30,000 kilometres of waterways, forming Germany’s largest water landscape, which is also unique in Europe. More…

Naturpark Westhavelland, Foto: TV Havelland e.V.

The poet Fontane never ceased to write stories about the State of Brandenburg. In his compilation of works he describes the natural treasures of the region ("Wanderungen durch die Mark Brandenburg"). Still today, the idyllic landscape offers ample space for experiencing unique adventures and recreation. More...

Filmmuseums Potsdam © TMB-Fotoarchiv/Böttcher

Located in the outskirts of Berlin, Brandenburg’s State Capital Potsdam was built on an island between the branched arms of the Havel River. Soak up the city’s charming atmosphere during a visit to the beautiful Sanssouci Palace and Park ensemble, which is part of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. More...

Klostergarten im Sommer © Tourismus-Information Neuzelle

The huge variety of historic palaces and gardens provide an impressive setting on each visit to Brandenburg. In and around Potsdam alone, visitors can marvel at 77 palaces and castles surrounded by wide landscape gardens (listed as UNESCO World Cultural Heritage since 1990). More…

Our recommendations for your stay in Brandenburg

Filmpark Babelsberg – a “live experience”

Welcome to Babelsberg Filmpark! Discover the fantastic world of film and TV in the very heart of this legendary film metropolis featuring exciting shows, thrilling stunts, film art and live special effects, fascinating film backdrops, insight into film history, contemporary and future film.
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