Havelland Tour

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Length: 25 km
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The Havelland regions offers unspoilt nature, expansive pastureland and quiet hamlets. Enjoy cycling over flat land on a well asphalted path. The route follows the Havelland Cycle Path and leads from Nauen to the village of Ribbeck. The listed area of the historic town centre of Nauen is generally well preserved and certainly worth a visit: the buildings here date back to the time after the fires of 1695 and 1765 and there are also houses that were built during the period of rapid industrial expansion in Germany around the turn of the 20th century. The typical farmer townhouses in the historic town centre, the church of St. Jacobi and the town hall form an interesting ensemble.
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  • Foto: Tourismusverband Havelland e.V.
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The village church in Ribbeck with its pear tree – made famous by Fontane's poem Herr Ribbeck von Ribbeck im Havelland – attracts numerous visitors from near and far.

Length: 25 kilometres, there and back

Route: Nauen – Lietzow – Berge – Ribbeck – back

Surface: very good

Level of difficulty: easy

How to get there: By train: Take the RE2 to Nauen. By car: A10, B5 or B273 to Nauen.

Map tip: Radatlas Berlin, Esterbauer-Verlag, Blatt 18C.

Please observe the> legal regulations and the Road Traffic Act when doing inline skating.

Points of interest along the route:

Nauen: Historic town centre, farmers’ townhouses and turn-of-the-century buildings, Funkamt with transmitter masts from 1920 visible from afar, church of St. Jacobi (brick hall church with square west tower from the 13th/14th century), Catholic church of St. Peter and Paul (built in 1905/06 in the neo-Romantic style)

Ribbeck: Manor house of the Ribbeck family, old distillery belonging to the Ribbeck family, village church with exhibition about the pear tree, rectangular hall building with west tower and medieval structural core, interesting brick farmhouses

Tip: From Nauen to Paaren im Glien

It is possible to extend the Havelland Tour in the other direction from Nauen to Börnicke/Paaren im Glien. Sights in Paaren/Glien: Village museum, regional exhibition and leisure centre (show gardens, animal enclosures, farmers' market and various events throughout the year).
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The Havelland regions offers unspoilt nature, expansive pastureland and quiet hamlets. Enjoy cycling over flat land on a well asphalted path. The route follows the Havelland Cycle Path and leads from Nauen to the village of Ribbeck. The listed area of the historic town centre of Nauen is generally well preserved and certainly worth a visit: the buildings here date back to the time after the fires of 1695 and 1765 and there are also houses that were built during the period of rapid industrial expansion in Germany around the turn of the 20th century. The typical farmer townhouses in the historic town centre, the church of St. Jacobi and the town hall form an interesting ensemble.
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  • Foto: Tourismusverband Havelland e.V.
  • Foto: Tourismusverband Havelland e.V.
  • Foto: Tourismusverband Havelland e.V.
The village church in Ribbeck with its pear tree – made famous by Fontane's poem Herr Ribbeck von Ribbeck im Havelland – attracts numerous visitors from near and far.

Length: 25 kilometres, there and back

Route: Nauen – Lietzow – Berge – Ribbeck – back

Surface: very good

Level of difficulty: easy

How to get there: By train: Take the RE2 to Nauen. By car: A10, B5 or B273 to Nauen.

Map tip: Radatlas Berlin, Esterbauer-Verlag, Blatt 18C.

Please observe the> legal regulations and the Road Traffic Act when doing inline skating.

Points of interest along the route:

Nauen: Historic town centre, farmers’ townhouses and turn-of-the-century buildings, Funkamt with transmitter masts from 1920 visible from afar, church of St. Jacobi (brick hall church with square west tower from the 13th/14th century), Catholic church of St. Peter and Paul (built in 1905/06 in the neo-Romantic style)

Ribbeck: Manor house of the Ribbeck family, old distillery belonging to the Ribbeck family, village church with exhibition about the pear tree, rectangular hall building with west tower and medieval structural core, interesting brick farmhouses

Tip: From Nauen to Paaren im Glien

It is possible to extend the Havelland Tour in the other direction from Nauen to Börnicke/Paaren im Glien. Sights in Paaren/Glien: Village museum, regional exhibition and leisure centre (show gardens, animal enclosures, farmers' market and various events throughout the year).
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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

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