Eighteenth Stage of Tour Brandenburg: Bad Belzig - Brandenburg an der Havel

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The eighteenth stage of Tour Brandenburg extends 73 kilometres from Bad Belzig back to the starting point of the tour in Brandenburg an der Havel. The tour crosses the northern part of the Hoher Fläming Nature Park. You reach the Lehnin monastery in the Lehnin forest and lake district via Brück and Borkwalde. After more than 1,000 kilometres, behind Götz, you can see the cathedral of Brandenburg an der Havel, the starting point of the cycle path.
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  • Burg Eisenhardt Bad Belzig, Foto: Bansen/Wittig
  • Naturbad Brück, Foto: Naturbad Brück
  • Zisterzienserkloster Lehnin, Foto: Tourismusverband Havelland e.V.
  • In Brandenburg an der Havel
  • Eine Radtour im Havelland, Foto: Tourismusverband Havelland e. V.
Length: 73 kilometres (4.5 hours)

Start: Bad Belzig

Finish: Brandenburg an der Havel

Logo/route sign: red Brandenburg eagle against a white background

How to get there: Take the RE7 (Dessau) from Berlin central station to Bad Belzig (about 1 hour).

Return journey: Finally, take the RE1 region train (Frankfurt (Oder) to Berlin central station (about 1 hour).

Route: Bad Belzig, Schwanebeck, Baitz, Trebitz, Brück, Neuendorf, Borkheide, Borkwalde, Kanin, Busendorf, Emstal, Lehnin monastery, Damsdorf, Trechwitz, Schenkenberg, Götz, Gollwitz, Wust, Brandenburg an der Havel

Sights:
  • Bad Belzig: Spa gardens, Parish Church of St Mary, Eisenhardt Castle, Roger Loewig House, Briccicus Church, water park
  • Brück: Natural bathing area
  • Borkheide: Forest bathing, Hans-Grade-Museum
  • Emstal: Baking oven museum
  • Lehnin monastery: St. Marien monastery church, monastery, Lake Klostersee sculpture park, Lehnin koi garden, lido
  • Damsdorf: Cartwright museum
  • Brandenburg a. d. Havel: St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, St. Catherine’s Church, Old Town Hall with Roland statue, St. Gotthard’s Church, Marienbad, Computer Museum, Slavic Village, Heimatstube – Bund der Vertriebenen, Tram Museum, Cathedral Museum, Strand am Grillendamm, local history museum in Steinort Tower, Roland statue on Altstädtischer Markt, Old Town Hall, Humboldthain, local history museum in Frey-Haus, St. Anne’s Church, Neustädtischer Markt, Archaeological State Museum

Possible combinations:

  • European Bicycle Route R1
  • Havel Cycle Path
  • “Otto Lilienthal” Bicycle Tour
  • Stork Cycle Path

Trail conditions/surface: The tour consists of largely well-maintained and mostly asphalted cycle paths. Large sections of the “Tour Brandenburg” have already been upgraded and are signposted to make it easy to cycle without any restrictions.

Maps/Literature:

  • “Tour Brandenburg: Rund um Berlin durch ganz Brandenburg”, Maßstab 1:75.000, ISBN 978-3850002141, Esterbauer, 3. Aufl. (2014)

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The eighteenth stage of Tour Brandenburg extends 73 kilometres from Bad Belzig back to the starting point of the tour in Brandenburg an der Havel. The tour crosses the northern part of the Hoher Fläming Nature Park. You reach the Lehnin monastery in the Lehnin forest and lake district via Brück and Borkwalde. After more than 1,000 kilometres, behind Götz, you can see the cathedral of Brandenburg an der Havel, the starting point of the cycle path.
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  • Burg Eisenhardt Bad Belzig, Foto: Bansen/Wittig
  • Naturbad Brück, Foto: Naturbad Brück
  • Zisterzienserkloster Lehnin, Foto: Tourismusverband Havelland e.V.
  • In Brandenburg an der Havel
Length: 73 kilometres (4.5 hours)

Start: Bad Belzig

Finish: Brandenburg an der Havel

Logo/route sign: red Brandenburg eagle against a white background

How to get there: Take the RE7 (Dessau) from Berlin central station to Bad Belzig (about 1 hour).

Return journey: Finally, take the RE1 region train (Frankfurt (Oder) to Berlin central station (about 1 hour).

Route: Bad Belzig, Schwanebeck, Baitz, Trebitz, Brück, Neuendorf, Borkheide, Borkwalde, Kanin, Busendorf, Emstal, Lehnin monastery, Damsdorf, Trechwitz, Schenkenberg, Götz, Gollwitz, Wust, Brandenburg an der Havel

Sights:
  • Bad Belzig: Spa gardens, Parish Church of St Mary, Eisenhardt Castle, Roger Loewig House, Briccicus Church, water park
  • Brück: Natural bathing area
  • Borkheide: Forest bathing, Hans-Grade-Museum
  • Emstal: Baking oven museum
  • Lehnin monastery: St. Marien monastery church, monastery, Lake Klostersee sculpture park, Lehnin koi garden, lido
  • Damsdorf: Cartwright museum
  • Brandenburg a. d. Havel: St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, St. Catherine’s Church, Old Town Hall with Roland statue, St. Gotthard’s Church, Marienbad, Computer Museum, Slavic Village, Heimatstube – Bund der Vertriebenen, Tram Museum, Cathedral Museum, Strand am Grillendamm, local history museum in Steinort Tower, Roland statue on Altstädtischer Markt, Old Town Hall, Humboldthain, local history museum in Frey-Haus, St. Anne’s Church, Neustädtischer Markt, Archaeological State Museum

Possible combinations:

  • European Bicycle Route R1
  • Havel Cycle Path
  • “Otto Lilienthal” Bicycle Tour
  • Stork Cycle Path

Trail conditions/surface: The tour consists of largely well-maintained and mostly asphalted cycle paths. Large sections of the “Tour Brandenburg” have already been upgraded and are signposted to make it easy to cycle without any restrictions.

Maps/Literature:

  • “Tour Brandenburg: Rund um Berlin durch ganz Brandenburg”, Maßstab 1:75.000, ISBN 978-3850002141, Esterbauer, 3. Aufl. (2014)

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Tel.: +49 (0) 33204-62870
Fax: +49 (0) 33204-618761

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