Reformation between the River Elbe and Elster River

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Starting in Doberlug-Kirchhain, this cultural bicycle route leads along the River Elbe and Elster River to the town of Lutherstadt Wittenberg. In the triangular area of land where the states of Brandenburg, Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt meet, you can discover the region in which the Reformation had its origins and the most interesting places from Martin Luther’s time. During the tour, you pass through historic centres with magnificent churches and castles as well as prestigious town halls.
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  • Schloss Doberlug, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Matthias Fricke
  • Klosterkirche in Doberlug, Foto: AG "Städte mit historischen Stadtkernen" des Landes Brandenburg/Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk
  • Schloss und Park Uebigau, Foto: AG "Städte mit historischen Stadtkernen" des Landes Brandenburg/Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk
  • St. Marien Herzberg (Elster), Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Gewölbemalerei in St. Marien Herzberg (Elster), Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Reformationsausstellung in St. Marien Herzberg (Elster), Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Matthias Schäfer
  • Altstadt Doberlug in Doberlug-Kirchhain, Foto: Andreas Franke
Length: 133 kilometres

Start: Doberlug-Kirchhain, Finish: Lutherstadt Wittenberg

Logo / route sign: Historic Town Centres Cycle Route 6, Elster Cycle Path, Elbe Cycle Path

How to get there: Take the RE5 (Elsterwerda) regional express train from Berlin central station to Doberlug-Kirchhain (about 2 hours).

Return journey: Take the IC 2384 (Rostock Hbf) intercity train from Lutherstadt Wittenberg to Berlin (about 45 minutes).

Route: Doberlug-Kirchhain, Schilda, Langennaundorf, Uebigau-Wahrenbrück, Falkenberg/Elster, Gräfendorf, Herzberg (Elster), Arnsnesta, Fremsendorf, Löben/Elster, Annaburg, Prettin, Dommitzsch, Listerfehrda, Iserbegka, Lutherstadt Wittenberg

Points of interest / background information:
  • Doberlug-Kirchhain: Schloss Doberlug castle, monastery church, tawer museum
  • Uebigau-Wahrenbrück: St. Nicholas’ Church
  • Falkenberg/Elster: Monument to Johann Friedrich, Brandenburgisches Eisenbahnmuseum railway museum
  • Herzberg (Elster): St. Marien Kirche church, planetarium, Art Nouveau garden
  • Arnsnesta: Half-timbered church

Possible combinations

  • Historic Town Centres Cycle Routes 6h
  • Fürst-Pückler Cycle Path
  • Naturpark Tour
  • Zwischen Sänger- und Gerberstadt (Tour between the Town of Singers and Tannery Town)
  • Kohle, Wind und eine Sängerstadt, (Coal, Wind and Town of Singers Tour
  • Mit Rad und Kanu zur alten Louise (Tour by Bicycle or Canoe to the “Alte Louise” Briquette Factory
  • Tour Brandenburg
  • Mitteldeutsche Kirchstrasse Tour, Route 13
  • Schwarze Elster River Cycle Path
  • Kohle, Wind und Wasser-Tour (Coal, Wind and Water Tour)
  • Elster Bicycle Tour

Trail conditions / surface: mainly asphalted roads on the dykes of the Schwarze Elster River, some sections on side roads, flat terrain

Maps/Literature: Naturpark Niederlausitzer Heidelandschaft / Kurstadt Bad Liebenwerda - Mühlberg - Schradenland, SACHSEN KARTOGRAPHIE; Auflage: 3 (18. Juni 2014), ISBN 978-3-86843-063-9, Euro 5.90
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Starting in Doberlug-Kirchhain, this cultural bicycle route leads along the River Elbe and Elster River to the town of Lutherstadt Wittenberg. In the triangular area of land where the states of Brandenburg, Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt meet, you can discover the region in which the Reformation had its origins and the most interesting places from Martin Luther’s time. During the tour, you pass through historic centres with magnificent churches and castles as well as prestigious town halls.
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  • Schloss Doberlug, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Matthias Fricke
  • Klosterkirche in Doberlug, Foto: AG "Städte mit historischen Stadtkernen" des Landes Brandenburg/Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk
  • Schloss und Park Uebigau, Foto: AG "Städte mit historischen Stadtkernen" des Landes Brandenburg/Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk
  • St. Marien Herzberg (Elster), Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Gewölbemalerei in St. Marien Herzberg (Elster), Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Reformationsausstellung in St. Marien Herzberg (Elster), Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Matthias Schäfer
Length: 133 kilometres

Start: Doberlug-Kirchhain, Finish: Lutherstadt Wittenberg

Logo / route sign: Historic Town Centres Cycle Route 6, Elster Cycle Path, Elbe Cycle Path

How to get there: Take the RE5 (Elsterwerda) regional express train from Berlin central station to Doberlug-Kirchhain (about 2 hours).

Return journey: Take the IC 2384 (Rostock Hbf) intercity train from Lutherstadt Wittenberg to Berlin (about 45 minutes).

Route: Doberlug-Kirchhain, Schilda, Langennaundorf, Uebigau-Wahrenbrück, Falkenberg/Elster, Gräfendorf, Herzberg (Elster), Arnsnesta, Fremsendorf, Löben/Elster, Annaburg, Prettin, Dommitzsch, Listerfehrda, Iserbegka, Lutherstadt Wittenberg

Points of interest / background information:
  • Doberlug-Kirchhain: Schloss Doberlug castle, monastery church, tawer museum
  • Uebigau-Wahrenbrück: St. Nicholas’ Church
  • Falkenberg/Elster: Monument to Johann Friedrich, Brandenburgisches Eisenbahnmuseum railway museum
  • Herzberg (Elster): St. Marien Kirche church, planetarium, Art Nouveau garden
  • Arnsnesta: Half-timbered church

Possible combinations

  • Historic Town Centres Cycle Routes 6h
  • Fürst-Pückler Cycle Path
  • Naturpark Tour
  • Zwischen Sänger- und Gerberstadt (Tour between the Town of Singers and Tannery Town)
  • Kohle, Wind und eine Sängerstadt, (Coal, Wind and Town of Singers Tour
  • Mit Rad und Kanu zur alten Louise (Tour by Bicycle or Canoe to the “Alte Louise” Briquette Factory
  • Tour Brandenburg
  • Mitteldeutsche Kirchstrasse Tour, Route 13
  • Schwarze Elster River Cycle Path
  • Kohle, Wind und Wasser-Tour (Coal, Wind and Water Tour)
  • Elster Bicycle Tour

Trail conditions / surface: mainly asphalted roads on the dykes of the Schwarze Elster River, some sections on side roads, flat terrain

Maps/Literature: Naturpark Niederlausitzer Heidelandschaft / Kurstadt Bad Liebenwerda - Mühlberg - Schradenland, SACHSEN KARTOGRAPHIE; Auflage: 3 (18. Juni 2014), ISBN 978-3-86843-063-9, Euro 5.90
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Tel.: +49 (0) 35322-6888516
Fax: +49 (0) 35322-6888518

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