2nd stage Tour Brandenburg: Rathenow – Glöwen

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The second stage of Tour Brandenburg covers 71 kilometres from Rathenow to Glöwen. The tour crosses Westhavelland Nature Park. From Lake Hohennauener See the route continues to Stölln, where Otto Lilienthal made his first attempts at manned flight. Passing through the former marshlands around Rhinow, the tour goes on to Havelberg. It is then just a stone’s throw from Havelberg Cathedral to Glöwen.
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  • Im Havelland, Foto: TV Havelland e.V.
  • Im Havelland, Foto: TV Havelland e.V.
  • An der Havel, ©TMB-Fotoarchiv/Schwarz
Length: 71 kilometres (4 hours)

Start: Rathenow

Finish: Glöwen

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

How to get there: Take the RE4 from Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) to Rathenow (approximately 1 hour).

Return journey: From Glöwen take the RE2 (Cottbus) to Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof)(approximately 2 hours).

Route: Rathenow, Semlin, Hohennauen, Wassersuppe, Witzke, Schönholz, Stölln, Rhinow, Strohdehne, Kuhlhausen, Jederitz, Havelberg, Glöwen

Sights:
  • Rathenow: Bismarck Tower, optics industry museum, St. Georg-Kirche church, St. Marien-Andreas-Kirche church
  • Semlin: Half-timbered church, bathing area
  • Hohennauen: Church, bathing area
  • Wassersuppe: Village church, bathing area
  • Stölln: Estate park, Lilienthal-Centrum, village church
  • Rhinow: Village church
  • Strohdehne: Natural bathing area
  • Havelberg: Dom St. Martin (cathedral), Japanese-style garden

Possible combinations:

  • Otto Lilienthal Bicycle Tour
  • Havel Cycle Path
  • Wassersuppe Tour
  • Westhavelland Nature Park Bicycle Tour
  • Von Bredow Tour
  • Bishop’s Tour
  • Elbe Cycle Path

Trail conditions/surface: The tour consists of largely well-developed and mostly asphalted cycle paths. Large sections of 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 second stage of Tour Brandenburg covers 71 kilometres from Rathenow to Glöwen. The tour crosses Westhavelland Nature Park. From Lake Hohennauener See the route continues to Stölln, where Otto Lilienthal made his first attempts at manned flight. Passing through the former marshlands around Rhinow, the tour goes on to Havelberg. It is then just a stone’s throw from Havelberg Cathedral to Glöwen.
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  • Im Havelland, Foto: TV Havelland e.V.
  • Im Havelland, Foto: TV Havelland e.V.
  • An der Havel, ©TMB-Fotoarchiv/Schwarz
Length: 71 kilometres (4 hours)

Start: Rathenow

Finish: Glöwen

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

How to get there: Take the RE4 from Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) to Rathenow (approximately 1 hour).

Return journey: From Glöwen take the RE2 (Cottbus) to Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof)(approximately 2 hours).

Route: Rathenow, Semlin, Hohennauen, Wassersuppe, Witzke, Schönholz, Stölln, Rhinow, Strohdehne, Kuhlhausen, Jederitz, Havelberg, Glöwen

Sights:
  • Rathenow: Bismarck Tower, optics industry museum, St. Georg-Kirche church, St. Marien-Andreas-Kirche church
  • Semlin: Half-timbered church, bathing area
  • Hohennauen: Church, bathing area
  • Wassersuppe: Village church, bathing area
  • Stölln: Estate park, Lilienthal-Centrum, village church
  • Rhinow: Village church
  • Strohdehne: Natural bathing area
  • Havelberg: Dom St. Martin (cathedral), Japanese-style garden

Possible combinations:

  • Otto Lilienthal Bicycle Tour
  • Havel Cycle Path
  • Wassersuppe Tour
  • Westhavelland Nature Park Bicycle Tour
  • Von Bredow Tour
  • Bishop’s Tour
  • Elbe Cycle Path

Trail conditions/surface: The tour consists of largely well-developed and mostly asphalted cycle paths. Large sections of 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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Fax: +49 (0) 33237-859040

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