Dutch Circular Trail

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The monument to Electress Louise-Henriette of Orange in front of Oranienburg Palace is one of the most striking indications of Dutch influence in the Havelbruch region. Although many details are explained in the exhibition on display in the restored rooms of the Baroque palace, a first-hand experience is much more powerful. This is best obtained by cycling northwards through the district town and its water-rich surroundings. If you are travelling with a push bike, you can spend the night in Oranienburg with barrier-free access.
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  • Holländer Rundweg, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Holländer Rundweg, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Holländer Rundweg, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Schloss Oranienburg, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
Along the way, it is easy to imagine how, as a native of Holland, Louise-Henriette attracted many of her compatriots to Brandenburg with her enthusiasm and the privileges she granted them. After the Thirty Years’ War, they brought about an unforgettable upturn in the agricultural economy.

Length: 42 kilometres / Duration: 3.5 hours

Start/finish: Oranienburg railway station

Logo/route sign: not specified

How to get there:
  • Train: From Berlin central station take the RE5 (Rostock) to Oranienburg (approximately 30 minutes) or RE 5 Elsterwerder-Berlin-Oranienburg (hourly service), RB 12 Berlin Lichtenberg-Oranienburg-Templin, RB 20 Potsdam-Hennigsdorf-Oranienburg
  • Car: From Berlin via the A111 to Oranienburg (approximately 30 minutes).
  • Car/parking: Oranienburg S-Bahn station

Route: Oranienburg, Liebenwalde, Malz, Sachsenhausen, Oranienburg

Directions: Between Oranienburg and Liebenwalde, the Havel meanders through a flat stretch of landscape with meadows, pastures, groups of trees, small villages and some woods. A comparison with the Netherlands seems obvious, especially since this clockwise route is virtually flat.

Points of interest/background information:

  • Palace and Garden Oranienburg, district museum, TURM ErlebnisCity
  • Lake Lehnitzsee with Lehnitzlock
  • Liebenwalde lock
  • Liebenwalde town church
  • Malz historic lock
  • Sachsenhausen memorial and museum

Tip: A detour to the animal, leisure and dinosaur park in Germendorf (approx. 7 km) with many attractions is particularly for families.

Possible combinations:

  • Berlin-Copenhagen long-distance cycle route
  • Havel Cycle Path
  • Oder-Havel Cycle Path
  • Ruppin Lakes and Culture Cycle Path

Trail conditions/surface: not specified

Maps / Literature:

Cycling and hiking map Naturpark Barnim, Wandlitzer See und Umgebung: Ausflüge zwischen Oranienburg, Biesenthal, Wandlitz und Bernau, 1:35000,

ISBN-13: 978-3895910906, edition:2, as at: 01.09.2021, 5,90 Euro
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The monument to Electress Louise-Henriette of Orange in front of Oranienburg Palace is one of the most striking indications of Dutch influence in the Havelbruch region. Although many details are explained in the exhibition on display in the restored rooms of the Baroque palace, a first-hand experience is much more powerful. This is best obtained by cycling northwards through the district town and its water-rich surroundings. If you are travelling with a push bike, you can spend the night in Oranienburg with barrier-free access.
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  • Holländer Rundweg, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Holländer Rundweg, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
  • Holländer Rundweg, Foto: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland
Along the way, it is easy to imagine how, as a native of Holland, Louise-Henriette attracted many of her compatriots to Brandenburg with her enthusiasm and the privileges she granted them. After the Thirty Years’ War, they brought about an unforgettable upturn in the agricultural economy.

Length: 42 kilometres / Duration: 3.5 hours

Start/finish: Oranienburg railway station

Logo/route sign: not specified

How to get there:
  • Train: From Berlin central station take the RE5 (Rostock) to Oranienburg (approximately 30 minutes) or RE 5 Elsterwerder-Berlin-Oranienburg (hourly service), RB 12 Berlin Lichtenberg-Oranienburg-Templin, RB 20 Potsdam-Hennigsdorf-Oranienburg
  • Car: From Berlin via the A111 to Oranienburg (approximately 30 minutes).
  • Car/parking: Oranienburg S-Bahn station

Route: Oranienburg, Liebenwalde, Malz, Sachsenhausen, Oranienburg

Directions: Between Oranienburg and Liebenwalde, the Havel meanders through a flat stretch of landscape with meadows, pastures, groups of trees, small villages and some woods. A comparison with the Netherlands seems obvious, especially since this clockwise route is virtually flat.

Points of interest/background information:

  • Palace and Garden Oranienburg, district museum, TURM ErlebnisCity
  • Lake Lehnitzsee with Lehnitzlock
  • Liebenwalde lock
  • Liebenwalde town church
  • Malz historic lock
  • Sachsenhausen memorial and museum

Tip: A detour to the animal, leisure and dinosaur park in Germendorf (approx. 7 km) with many attractions is particularly for families.

Possible combinations:

  • Berlin-Copenhagen long-distance cycle route
  • Havel Cycle Path
  • Oder-Havel Cycle Path
  • Ruppin Lakes and Culture Cycle Path

Trail conditions/surface: not specified

Maps / Literature:

Cycling and hiking map Naturpark Barnim, Wandlitzer See und Umgebung: Ausflüge zwischen Oranienburg, Biesenthal, Wandlitz und Bernau, 1:35000,

ISBN-13: 978-3895910906, edition:2, as at: 01.09.2021, 5,90 Euro
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Fax: +49 (0) 3391-659632

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