Plattenburgweg - The way to Plattenburg

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This hiking trail connects two jewels of the Prignitz - the health resort Bad Wilsnack and one of the oldest still preserved moated castles in northern Germany - the Plattenburg.
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  • Wunderblutkirche Bad Wilsnack, Foto: Markus Tiemann, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • Pilgrim cross in Bad Wilsnack, Foto: Jeannette Küther, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • Path through Birkengrund, Foto: Jeannette Küther, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • Small rest area on the way, Foto: Jeannette Küther, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • The wide of prignitz, Foto: Jeannette Küther, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • The Plattenburg, Foto: Jeannette Küther, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • Die alte Postsäule, Foto: Jeannette Küther, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • Auf dem alten Postweg, Foto: Jeannette Küther, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • Die Plattenburg, Foto: Bernd Sakowski, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
Bad Wilsnack with the imposing Wunderblutkirche is not only a popular pilgrimage destination, but also a well-known thermal brine and mud spa. Shortly after you have passed the pilgrim cross, the path leads through a forest, the Birkengrund. An idyllic resting place with a view of the Karthane river crosses your path behind the forester's house. It is not far now to the castle. The castle, built in the 12th century, is enthroned in the middle of the small village of Plattenburg. The complex is surrounded by ramparts and double moats and once served the Bishops of Havelberg as a summer residence. On the way back you are on an old mail route. All that remains from this time is the striking old post column in the middle of the path.

Length: 14 km I 3.5 hours
Start / finish: Bad Wilsnack train station
Logo / route marking: red / white square
Parking: Bad Wilsnack train station, 19336 Bad Wilsnack
Route: Bad Wilsnack, Forsthaus, Plattenburg, Old Post Pillar, Bad Wilsnack
Tip: Relax in the Kristall Kur- & Gradier-Therme in Bad Wilsnack with its unique salt lake and the MEGA-SAUNA-DOM.
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This hiking trail connects two jewels of the Prignitz - the health resort Bad Wilsnack and one of the oldest still preserved moated castles in northern Germany - the Plattenburg.
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  • Wunderblutkirche Bad Wilsnack, Foto: Markus Tiemann, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • Pilgrim cross in Bad Wilsnack, Foto: Jeannette Küther, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • Path through Birkengrund, Foto: Jeannette Küther, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • Small rest area on the way, Foto: Jeannette Küther, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • The wide of prignitz, Foto: Jeannette Küther, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • The Plattenburg, Foto: Jeannette Küther, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • Die alte Postsäule, Foto: Jeannette Küther, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
  • Auf dem alten Postweg, Foto: Jeannette Küther, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.
Bad Wilsnack with the imposing Wunderblutkirche is not only a popular pilgrimage destination, but also a well-known thermal brine and mud spa. Shortly after you have passed the pilgrim cross, the path leads through a forest, the Birkengrund. An idyllic resting place with a view of the Karthane river crosses your path behind the forester's house. It is not far now to the castle. The castle, built in the 12th century, is enthroned in the middle of the small village of Plattenburg. The complex is surrounded by ramparts and double moats and once served the Bishops of Havelberg as a summer residence. On the way back you are on an old mail route. All that remains from this time is the striking old post column in the middle of the path.

Length: 14 km I 3.5 hours
Start / finish: Bad Wilsnack train station
Logo / route marking: red / white square
Parking: Bad Wilsnack train station, 19336 Bad Wilsnack
Route: Bad Wilsnack, Forsthaus, Plattenburg, Old Post Pillar, Bad Wilsnack
Tip: Relax in the Kristall Kur- & Gradier-Therme in Bad Wilsnack with its unique salt lake and the MEGA-SAUNA-DOM.
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Bahnhof 1

19366 Bad Wilsnack

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Tourismusverband Prignitz e.V.

Großer Markt 4
19348 Perleberg

Tel.: +49 (0) 3876-30741920
Fax: +49 (0) 3876-30741929

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