Gourmet tour with "Ruppiner Tour'nbeutel" - in and around Lindow (Mark)

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With the Ruppiner Tour'nbeutel - the rucksack for regional products - you can go on an unforgettable cycling and shopping tour in and around Lindow (Mark)!
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  • Radfahrerin mit Ruppiner Tour'nbeutel in Lindow (Mark), Foto: Nazariy Kryvosheyev, Lizenz: pro agro e.V.
  • Ruppiner Tour'nbeutel, Foto: Thomas Janowitz, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.
  • Picknick in Meseberg, Foto: Nazariy Kryvosheyev, Lizenz: pro agro e.V.
  • Picknick mit regionalen Produkten in Meseberg, Foto: Nazariy Kryvosheyev, Lizenz: pro agro e.V.
  • Radfahrerin mit Ruppiner Tour'nbeutel in Lindow (Mark), Foto: Nazariy Kryvosheyev, Lizenz: pro agro e.V.
There are many regional specialities to try around the three-lake town of Lindow (Mark): Oven-fresh bread from the Rabeneck bakery, crunchy vegetables from the farm shop in Schöneberg, apples and juices from Apfelhof Wähnert, sausages from the "Koch farm", coffee and cake at the snack bar in Seehof or an ice cream on Lindow's market square.

With the Ruppiner Tour'nbeutel, holidaymakers not only receive a suitable bag at the Lindow (Mark) Tourist Information Office, but also a suitable "shopping list" including a tour description. This tour suggestion invites you to collect the fresh and regional ingredients for a picnic or as small gifts for family and friends - and to enjoy the beautiful route as well as the stops at selected places.

This turns a day trip by bike into a gourmet tour with regional products.

And the chic "Tour'nbeutel" - which can be carried as a bag or rucksack - can later take on the role of everyday companion. You have to try it!

Note: The Ruppiner Tour'nbeutel can be purchased at the tourist information centre (Lindow) during opening hours.

Length: 35 kilometres

Start / Finish: Tourist Information Lindow (Mark), Marktplatz 1, 16835 Lindow (Mark)

Arrival / Departure: We recommend travelling by public transport. Lindow (Mark) railway station can be reached from Berlin Ostkreuz on the RB 12 and by changing to the RB 54 in Löwenberg (Mark).

Route: Lindow (Mark) - Schönberg (Mark) - Vielitz - Glambeck - Großmutz - Hoppenrade - Großmutz - Meseberg - Seehof-Baumgarten - Lindow (Mark)

Possible combinations: The tour can be extended as required using the junction signposting.

Road conditions / route development: This tour mostly leads along tarmac cycle paths and minor roads with little traffic.

Maps / literature: Leaflet on the "Ruppiner Tour'nbeutel", or: Cycle map "Radeln nach Zahlen. Radkarte - Knotenpunkte zeigen den Weg"

Route description according to junctions:

The starting point is at junction 70 in Lindow. Continue to junction 71 and then straight on along the cycle path to Schönberg. A short detour takes you to the Föhrenlicht farm and then back to Schönberg. The tour then leads through Schönberg. Turn left at the cemetery to reach junction 72 in Vielitz. Then follow junctions 15 and 14 and cycle in the direction of 13 (Hoppenrade). After a visit to the Wähnert apple farm, the route returns via junction 14 to the Koch farm and on to junction 15. From there, the route continues to Meseberg to junction 42 and via junctions 41 and 40 back to junction 70 at the Lindow market square.
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With the Ruppiner Tour'nbeutel - the rucksack for regional products - you can go on an unforgettable cycling and shopping tour in and around Lindow (Mark)!
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  • Radfahrerin mit Ruppiner Tour'nbeutel in Lindow (Mark), Foto: Nazariy Kryvosheyev, Lizenz: pro agro e.V.
  • Ruppiner Tour'nbeutel, Foto: Thomas Janowitz, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.
  • Picknick in Meseberg, Foto: Nazariy Kryvosheyev, Lizenz: pro agro e.V.
  • Picknick mit regionalen Produkten in Meseberg, Foto: Nazariy Kryvosheyev, Lizenz: pro agro e.V.
There are many regional specialities to try around the three-lake town of Lindow (Mark): Oven-fresh bread from the Rabeneck bakery, crunchy vegetables from the farm shop in Schöneberg, apples and juices from Apfelhof Wähnert, sausages from the "Koch farm", coffee and cake at the snack bar in Seehof or an ice cream on Lindow's market square.

With the Ruppiner Tour'nbeutel, holidaymakers not only receive a suitable bag at the Lindow (Mark) Tourist Information Office, but also a suitable "shopping list" including a tour description. This tour suggestion invites you to collect the fresh and regional ingredients for a picnic or as small gifts for family and friends - and to enjoy the beautiful route as well as the stops at selected places.

This turns a day trip by bike into a gourmet tour with regional products.

And the chic "Tour'nbeutel" - which can be carried as a bag or rucksack - can later take on the role of everyday companion. You have to try it!

Note: The Ruppiner Tour'nbeutel can be purchased at the tourist information centre (Lindow) during opening hours.

Length: 35 kilometres

Start / Finish: Tourist Information Lindow (Mark), Marktplatz 1, 16835 Lindow (Mark)

Arrival / Departure: We recommend travelling by public transport. Lindow (Mark) railway station can be reached from Berlin Ostkreuz on the RB 12 and by changing to the RB 54 in Löwenberg (Mark).

Route: Lindow (Mark) - Schönberg (Mark) - Vielitz - Glambeck - Großmutz - Hoppenrade - Großmutz - Meseberg - Seehof-Baumgarten - Lindow (Mark)

Possible combinations: The tour can be extended as required using the junction signposting.

Road conditions / route development: This tour mostly leads along tarmac cycle paths and minor roads with little traffic.

Maps / literature: Leaflet on the "Ruppiner Tour'nbeutel", or: Cycle map "Radeln nach Zahlen. Radkarte - Knotenpunkte zeigen den Weg"

Route description according to junctions:

The starting point is at junction 70 in Lindow. Continue to junction 71 and then straight on along the cycle path to Schönberg. A short detour takes you to the Föhrenlicht farm and then back to Schönberg. The tour then leads through Schönberg. Turn left at the cemetery to reach junction 72 in Vielitz. Then follow junctions 15 and 14 and cycle in the direction of 13 (Hoppenrade). After a visit to the Wähnert apple farm, the route returns via junction 14 to the Koch farm and on to junction 15. From there, the route continues to Meseberg to junction 42 and via junctions 41 and 40 back to junction 70 at the Lindow market square.
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Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.

Fischbänkenstraße 8
16816 Neuruppin

Tel.: +49 (0) 3391-659630
Fax: +49 (0) 3391-659632

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