In the Footsteps of the Prussians

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For some years now, they have been considered a special treasure in the state of Brandenburg: towns with historic centres. 31 of them have joined together to form a cooperative to return these urban centres to their former vibrancy. On this tour, cyclists can see for themselves the progress made in four member towns. At 92 kilometres in length, the route between Gransee, Rheinsberg, Neuruppin and Kremmen is one of the more challenging routes, but the Ruppiner Seenland Lake District has numerous cyclist-friendly accommodation facilities. Good rail connections also mean you can easily split up this fascinating series of tours.
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  • Café Tucholsky in Rheinsberg
  • Neuruppin - Uferpromenade
  • Neuruppin - Altstadt
  • Klosterruine Gransee
  • Schloss Rheinsberg
Length: 98 kilometres

Start: Kremmen railway station
Finish: Gransee railway station

Logo/route sign: not specified

How to get there:
  • Train: Take the S25 from Berlin Friedrichstrasse to Hennigsdorf, then take the RE6 (Wittenberge) to Kremmen (approximately 1 hour).
  • Car: Take the A111 and A10 from Berlin to Kremmen (approximately 1 hour).

Return journey:

  • Train: from Gransee by train to Berlin central station (approximately 1 hour).
  • Car: from Gransee by train to Oranienburg. From here by bicycle approximately 16 kilometres to Kremmen and then by car back to Berlin (2.5 hours).

Route: Sommerfeld, Wall, Neuruppin, Rheinsberg, Menz, Zernikow

Points of interest/background information:

  • Kremmen: historic barn district and museum
  • Neuruppin: historic town centre, parish church of St. Mary, monastery church, Hospitalkapelle St. Laurentius, Predigerwitwenhaus, Tempelgarten, Altes Gymnasium, museum (birthplace of Schinkel and Fontane, Neuruppin épinal prints), Fontane thermal spas
  • Radensleben: Campo Santo
  • Molchow: Bell tower
  • Zippelsförde: Fish farm with fishing available and nature conservation station
  • Rheinsberg: Palace and palace park, Kurt Tucholsky Literature Museum, Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg and Rheinsberg Music Academy, church of St. Lawrence (with 2 organs), 2 ceramics studios (Carstens-Keramik and Keramik-Manufaktur Dornbusch)
  • Menz: Moor nature trail and Naturparkhaus with Sinnesgarten (“Garden of the Senses”)
  • Zernikow: Manor house complex with silk caterpillar exhibition and history of the building (Fredersdorf and von Arnim)
  • Dannenwalde: Environmental railway station, barefoot path
  • Gransee: historic town centre ((town wall with towers and gate, museum, church, Queen Louise memorial)

Possible combinations

  • Berlin-Copenhagen long-distance cycle route
  • Havel Cycle Path
  • Ruppin Lakes and Culture Cycle Path
  • Tour Brandenburg
  • Queen Louise Route

Trail conditions/surface: not specified

Maps/Literature: “Radkarte Ruppiner Land”, 1:75.000, Esterbauer Verlag, Auflage: 1. (15. April 2011), ISBN-10: 3850003043, Euro 6.90
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For some years now, they have been considered a special treasure in the state of Brandenburg: towns with historic centres. 31 of them have joined together to form a cooperative to return these urban centres to their former vibrancy. On this tour, cyclists can see for themselves the progress made in four member towns. At 92 kilometres in length, the route between Gransee, Rheinsberg, Neuruppin and Kremmen is one of the more challenging routes, but the Ruppiner Seenland Lake District has numerous cyclist-friendly accommodation facilities. Good rail connections also mean you can easily split up this fascinating series of tours.
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  • Café Tucholsky in Rheinsberg
  • Neuruppin - Uferpromenade
  • Neuruppin - Altstadt
  • Klosterruine Gransee
Length: 98 kilometres

Start: Kremmen railway station
Finish: Gransee railway station

Logo/route sign: not specified

How to get there:
  • Train: Take the S25 from Berlin Friedrichstrasse to Hennigsdorf, then take the RE6 (Wittenberge) to Kremmen (approximately 1 hour).
  • Car: Take the A111 and A10 from Berlin to Kremmen (approximately 1 hour).

Return journey:

  • Train: from Gransee by train to Berlin central station (approximately 1 hour).
  • Car: from Gransee by train to Oranienburg. From here by bicycle approximately 16 kilometres to Kremmen and then by car back to Berlin (2.5 hours).

Route: Sommerfeld, Wall, Neuruppin, Rheinsberg, Menz, Zernikow

Points of interest/background information:

  • Kremmen: historic barn district and museum
  • Neuruppin: historic town centre, parish church of St. Mary, monastery church, Hospitalkapelle St. Laurentius, Predigerwitwenhaus, Tempelgarten, Altes Gymnasium, museum (birthplace of Schinkel and Fontane, Neuruppin épinal prints), Fontane thermal spas
  • Radensleben: Campo Santo
  • Molchow: Bell tower
  • Zippelsförde: Fish farm with fishing available and nature conservation station
  • Rheinsberg: Palace and palace park, Kurt Tucholsky Literature Museum, Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg and Rheinsberg Music Academy, church of St. Lawrence (with 2 organs), 2 ceramics studios (Carstens-Keramik and Keramik-Manufaktur Dornbusch)
  • Menz: Moor nature trail and Naturparkhaus with Sinnesgarten (“Garden of the Senses”)
  • Zernikow: Manor house complex with silk caterpillar exhibition and history of the building (Fredersdorf and von Arnim)
  • Dannenwalde: Environmental railway station, barefoot path
  • Gransee: historic town centre ((town wall with towers and gate, museum, church, Queen Louise memorial)

Possible combinations

  • Berlin-Copenhagen long-distance cycle route
  • Havel Cycle Path
  • Ruppin Lakes and Culture Cycle Path
  • Tour Brandenburg
  • Queen Louise Route

Trail conditions/surface: not specified

Maps/Literature: “Radkarte Ruppiner Land”, 1:75.000, Esterbauer Verlag, Auflage: 1. (15. April 2011), ISBN-10: 3850003043, Euro 6.90
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Berliner Chaussee

16766 Kremmen

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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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