5th stage “FONTANE.RAD” from Paulinenaue to Nennhausen

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A tour that offers the taste of the Havelland region: running through meadows, fields and pine forests, it passes manor houses and palaces of far-reaching cultural significance such as Schloss Nennhausen, which was much admired by Fontane. Alternatively, the tour can end in Rathenow – a centre of the optics industry.
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  • Schloss Nennhausen im Havelland, Foto: Tourismusverband Havelland e. V.
  • Ausblick vom Havelland-Radweg, Foto: Tourismusverband Haveland e.V.
  • Stadthafen in Rathenow, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
The tour starts with Paulinenaue and Senzke, where the former manor owner was described by Fontane as “sharp, dashing, yet burlesque”. The manor house and park are still partly open to the public today. The bicycle tour leads to Stechow through a landscape criss-crossed by canals. Here, nearby Lake Ferchesaer See is a perfect spot to cool down on hot days. Those who wish to shorten the tour can opt for the detour to Rathenow from Stechow and visit the regional centre of the optics industry or take the train from here. The main route continues from Stechow to Nennhausen. Fontane was a fond observer of the palace of the same name, with its residents Caroline von Briest and Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué: allusions to the two of them are to be found in his novel character Effi Briest. Schloss Nennhausen is a prominent example of the rich cultural life in Mark Brandenburg during that period.

Length: 28.5 or 31.0 kilometres (2-3 hours)

Start: Paulinenaue, finish: Nennhausen or alternatively Rathenow

Logo/route sign: FONTANE.RAD against a yellow background

How to get there: From Berlin central station take the RE 2 regional train (Wittenberge/Wismar) to Paulinenaue (approximately 45 minutes).

Return journey: From Nennhausen take the RE 4 regional train (Jüterbog) to Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) (approximately 50 minutes) or take the RE 4 regional train (Jüterbog) to Berlin central station (approximately 1 hour).

Route: Paulinenaue, Senzke, Stechow, Nennhausen/alternatively Rathenow

Points of interest and background information:
  • Senzke manor house and park
  • Ferchesaer See
  • Rathenow Optikpark
  • Nennhausen Palace

Possible combinations:

  • FONTANE.RAD day tour 6 from Paulinenaue via Kleßen

Trail conditions/surface: 87% asphalted – 13% non-asphalted

Maps/Literature:



You will find full details of the cycle route on the website FONTANE.RAD.
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A tour that offers the taste of the Havelland region: running through meadows, fields and pine forests, it passes manor houses and palaces of far-reaching cultural significance such as Schloss Nennhausen, which was much admired by Fontane. Alternatively, the tour can end in Rathenow – a centre of the optics industry.
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  • Schloss Nennhausen im Havelland, Foto: Tourismusverband Havelland e. V.
  • Ausblick vom Havelland-Radweg, Foto: Tourismusverband Haveland e.V.
  • Stadthafen in Rathenow, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
The tour starts with Paulinenaue and Senzke, where the former manor owner was described by Fontane as “sharp, dashing, yet burlesque”. The manor house and park are still partly open to the public today. The bicycle tour leads to Stechow through a landscape criss-crossed by canals. Here, nearby Lake Ferchesaer See is a perfect spot to cool down on hot days. Those who wish to shorten the tour can opt for the detour to Rathenow from Stechow and visit the regional centre of the optics industry or take the train from here. The main route continues from Stechow to Nennhausen. Fontane was a fond observer of the palace of the same name, with its residents Caroline von Briest and Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué: allusions to the two of them are to be found in his novel character Effi Briest. Schloss Nennhausen is a prominent example of the rich cultural life in Mark Brandenburg during that period.

Length: 28.5 or 31.0 kilometres (2-3 hours)

Start: Paulinenaue, finish: Nennhausen or alternatively Rathenow

Logo/route sign: FONTANE.RAD against a yellow background

How to get there: From Berlin central station take the RE 2 regional train (Wittenberge/Wismar) to Paulinenaue (approximately 45 minutes).

Return journey: From Nennhausen take the RE 4 regional train (Jüterbog) to Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) (approximately 50 minutes) or take the RE 4 regional train (Jüterbog) to Berlin central station (approximately 1 hour).

Route: Paulinenaue, Senzke, Stechow, Nennhausen/alternatively Rathenow

Points of interest and background information:
  • Senzke manor house and park
  • Ferchesaer See
  • Rathenow Optikpark
  • Nennhausen Palace

Possible combinations:

  • FONTANE.RAD day tour 6 from Paulinenaue via Kleßen

Trail conditions/surface: 87% asphalted – 13% non-asphalted

Maps/Literature:



You will find full details of the cycle route on the website FONTANE.RAD.
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Bahnhofstraße

14641 Paulinenaue

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    7 13
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Tourismusverband Havelland e.V.

Theodor-Fontane-Straße 10
14641 Nauen OT Ribbeck

Tel.: +49 (0) 33237-859030
Fax: +49 (0) 33237-859040

Weather Today, 30. 9.

6 17
Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Saturday
    7 13
  • Sunday
    9 16

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