6th stage FONTANE.RAD – from Nennhausen to Brieselang

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There are few places that are so firmly linked to Fontane as Ribbeck: the poem about the man from Ribbeck in the Havelland region made Fontane a household name in Germany as well putting the little village with its manor house in the limelight. The tour runs through Westhavelland Nature Park and offers a number of entry and exit points in Rathenow, Nennhausen, Nauen and Brieselang. The model farm estate once belonged to locomotive magnate Borsig (today Landgut Stober) and has been a hotel and restaurant for several years now.
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  • Stadthafen in Rathenow, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Schloss Nennhausen im Havelland, Foto: Tourismusverband Havelland e. V.
  • Ausblick vom Havelland-Radweg, Foto: Tourismusverband Haveland e.V.
  • Havellandkirche zu Ribbeck, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Yorck Maecke
  • Nymphensee Brieselang - Badestelle, Foto: Tourismusverband Havelland e.V.
  • Schloss Ribbeck, Foto: Tourismusverband Havelland e.V.
This sixth stage of the FONTANE.RAD Bicycle Tour leads from the Havelland Musenhof Schloss Nennhausen, or alternatively from Rathenow – where the optics industry is based – to Buschow in Westhavelland Nature Park. The former estate belonging to the von Knesebeck family has not survived, but it is easy to spot the rare great bustard here – one of the heaviest flying birds in the world. In Groß Behnitz, the terrace of the café at Landgut Stober offers a magnificent view over the lake, Groß Behnitzer See, which forms part of a historic landscape park. The bicycle tour continues on to Ribbeck: the poem about the man from Ribbeck in the Havelland region is one of the most frequently quoted poems in the German language. At Schloss Ribbeck there is a restaurant and a museum, while the village green is an ideal spot for a walk. The next stop is Nauen with its historic old town. If you like you can exit the tour here at Nauen railway station. After a detour to the Fontane village of Bredow, the tour continues to Brieselang.

Length: 53 or 64 kilometres (4-5 hours)

Start: Nennhausen/alternatively Rathenow, finish: Brieselang

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

How to get there: From Berlin central station take the RE 4 regional train (Rathenow) to Nennhausen (approximately 45/50 minutes).

Return journey: From Brieselang take the RB 14 regional train (Berlin-Schönefeld airport) or the RB 10 (Berlin Südkreuz) to Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) (approximately 30 minutes).

Route: Nennhausen/alternatively Rathenow, Buschow, Groß Behnitz, Ribbeck, Nauen, Bredow, Brieselang

Points of interest and background information:
  • Nennhausen Palace
  • Westhavelland Nature Park
  • Landgut Stober Groß Behnitz
  • Ribbeck Palace
  • Nauen historic town centre

Possible combinations: not specified

Trail conditions/surface: 93% asphalted – 7% non-asphalted

Maps/Literature:



You will find full details of the cycle route on the website FONTANE.RAD.
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There are few places that are so firmly linked to Fontane as Ribbeck: the poem about the man from Ribbeck in the Havelland region made Fontane a household name in Germany as well putting the little village with its manor house in the limelight. The tour runs through Westhavelland Nature Park and offers a number of entry and exit points in Rathenow, Nennhausen, Nauen and Brieselang. The model farm estate once belonged to locomotive magnate Borsig (today Landgut Stober) and has been a hotel and restaurant for several years now.
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  • Stadthafen in Rathenow, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Schloss Nennhausen im Havelland, Foto: Tourismusverband Havelland e. V.
  • Ausblick vom Havelland-Radweg, Foto: Tourismusverband Haveland e.V.
  • Havellandkirche zu Ribbeck, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Yorck Maecke
  • Nymphensee Brieselang - Badestelle, Foto: Tourismusverband Havelland e.V.
This sixth stage of the FONTANE.RAD Bicycle Tour leads from the Havelland Musenhof Schloss Nennhausen, or alternatively from Rathenow – where the optics industry is based – to Buschow in Westhavelland Nature Park. The former estate belonging to the von Knesebeck family has not survived, but it is easy to spot the rare great bustard here – one of the heaviest flying birds in the world. In Groß Behnitz, the terrace of the café at Landgut Stober offers a magnificent view over the lake, Groß Behnitzer See, which forms part of a historic landscape park. The bicycle tour continues on to Ribbeck: the poem about the man from Ribbeck in the Havelland region is one of the most frequently quoted poems in the German language. At Schloss Ribbeck there is a restaurant and a museum, while the village green is an ideal spot for a walk. The next stop is Nauen with its historic old town. If you like you can exit the tour here at Nauen railway station. After a detour to the Fontane village of Bredow, the tour continues to Brieselang.

Length: 53 or 64 kilometres (4-5 hours)

Start: Nennhausen/alternatively Rathenow, finish: Brieselang

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

How to get there: From Berlin central station take the RE 4 regional train (Rathenow) to Nennhausen (approximately 45/50 minutes).

Return journey: From Brieselang take the RB 14 regional train (Berlin-Schönefeld airport) or the RB 10 (Berlin Südkreuz) to Berlin central station (Hauptbahnhof) (approximately 30 minutes).

Route: Nennhausen/alternatively Rathenow, Buschow, Groß Behnitz, Ribbeck, Nauen, Bredow, Brieselang

Points of interest and background information:
  • Nennhausen Palace
  • Westhavelland Nature Park
  • Landgut Stober Groß Behnitz
  • Ribbeck Palace
  • Nauen historic town centre

Possible combinations: not specified

Trail conditions/surface: 93% asphalted – 7% non-asphalted

Maps/Literature:



You will find full details of the cycle route on the website FONTANE.RAD.
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14715 Nennhausen

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14641 Nauen OT Ribbeck

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Fax: +49 (0) 33237-859040

Weather Today, 31. 3.

7 12
Light rain throughout the day.

  • Saturday
    3 10
  • Sunday
    1 8

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