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Wintertime in Brandenburg

Discover the Diversity of Brandenburg

Lehde at Spreewald Forest, foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
Potsdam: Alexander-Newski-Kapelle © TMB-Fotoarchiv/Kroeger
Allee im wintertime © TMB-Fotoarchiv/ Hirsch
Heuschober in Wintertime © K.-H. Wendland
Park Sanssouci, Treillagesalon Park Sanssouci, Treillagesalon (Sonnenlaube) im Winter ©TMB-Fotoarchiv/Kroeger/SPSG
Lehde at Spreewald Forest, foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
Potsdam: Alexander-Newski-Kapelle © TMB-Fotoarchiv/Kroeger
Allee im wintertime © TMB-Fotoarchiv/ Hirsch
Heuschober in Wintertime © K.-H. Wendland

Berlin is surrounded by the idyllic countryside of Brandenburg. Crystal-clear lakes, fresh air and a clear view, all the way to the horizon.

The region has everything you need to relax, whether cycling, walking or on a spa break. Escape the everyday bustle of the city and recharge your batteries – ideally on one of our special winter breaks. Of course, a visit to Potsdam or Rheinsberg, where the Prussian monarchs left their mark in the palaces and gardens, is a must.

Wintertime In Brandenburg And Special Price Offers

Christmas market in Cottbus ©TMB-Fotoarchiv/Rainer Weisflog

Celebrate the advent season in the Spreewald Forest with the “Spreewald Christmas” in Lehde, where Christmas is celebrated as it was 100 years ago. Like lots of other children, Prince Pückler loved the Advent season. Visitors can have the same experience today at the “Branitz Park Christmas” in Cottbus. Potsdam is also lit up during December. more...

boat tour with mulled wine, foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Reiner Weisflog

The Spreewald Forest – a mystical water labyrinth of streams. This unique landscape in the Spreewald biosphere reserve has been UNESCO protected since 1991. Many of its villages are still only accessible on foot or by boat. Branitz Park in Cottbus, with its pyramids, has its own natural charm. more...

©TMB-Fotoarchiv/Bernd Kroeger

The Prussian monarchs clearly left their mark in Potsdam. It comes as no surprise then that the cultural landscape, with palaces and gardens such as Sanssouci, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990. more...

linseed oil massage ©TMB-Fotoarchiv/Spreewelten GmbH

The healing power of mud baths was discovered in Bad Saarow over a hundred years ago. The Saarow Therme is still considered the ideal location for relaxing. The Solebad in the Spreewald Therme in Burg is also a great place to relax. However, if you want to know what it feels like to swim with penguins, then visit the Spreeweltenbad in Lübbenau. more...

Rheinsberg Pallace © TMB-Fotoarchiv/Winkelmann

The Prussian rulers did not only build their residences in Potsdam, but also at many other locations in Brandenburg, for example in Rheinsberg. Frederick II was so fond of the town, that he had the moated castle converted into a palace and added a park and a theatre. more...

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