Prignitz-Express-Tour

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Railway romance in the east Prignitz-Ruppin. If you are looking for this, you have come to the right place! The route leads along the railway line from Wittstock/Dosse to Neuruppin through the forests and fields typical of Brandenburg and through the quiet, tranquil villages of the (East) Prignitz and the Ruppin Lake District. A perfect tour for those seeking relaxation in nature.
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  • Church in Netzeband, Foto: Jannika Olesch, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.
  • Church in Kränzlin, Foto: Jannika Olesch, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.
  • Locomotive shed in Neuruppin, Foto: Jannika Olesch, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.
  • Locomotive shed in Neuruppin, Foto: Jannika Olesch, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.
  • Crossing in Neuruppin, Foto: Jannika Olesch, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.
Length: 42.6 km
Start: Wittstock/Dosse railway station
Destination: Neuruppin railway station, Rheinsberger Tor

Places along the route: Wittstock/Dosse, Goldbeck, Dossow, Fretzdorf, Katerbow, Kränzlin, Neuruppin

Marking / Logo: The route is signposted throughout. The marking is an almost square sign. The background is white and red includes a train, a bicycle and the words "Prignitz-Express-Tour".

Arrival/departure:

The tour starts at the railway station in Wittstock. The starting point can be reached from Berlin and from Wittenberge with the RE 6.

The end point is the station in Neuruppin, Rheinsberger Tor. The RE 6 also stops here in the direction of Berlin or Wittenberge.

Directions:

After the start in Wittstock/Dosse, the cycle tour runs for the most part along the railway line of the RE 6. Mainly developed paths serve as cycle paths. The route leads through typical Brandenburg forests and fields, passing through small, quiet towns and villages along the way. From Rossow, a detour to the Kyritz-Ruppiner Heide is worthwhile. The final stop is in Neuruppin at the Rheinsberger Tor railway station.

Both Wittstock/Dosse and Neuruppin are towns with historic town centres that should definitely be explored.

Cycle junction signposting: The cycle tour can be cycled almost entirely using cycle junctions.

Start at Wittstock/Dosse railway station (junction 3) - Scharfenberger Ziegelei (junction 5) - Dossow (junction 20) - Fretzdorf (junction 23) - Netzeband railway station (junction 37) - Netzeband junction/Katerbow branch (junction 32) - branch towards Kränzlin (junction 31) - Fontaneplatz in Neuruppin (junction 6) - Neuruppin railway station, Rheinsberger Tor (junction 1).

Attention: In Neuruppin, the cycle junction signposting deviates from the actual track. The end point, Rheinsberger Tor railway station, can be reached by either route.

Maps: For further information, please refer to the following documents.

Radrouten Historische Stadtkerne in Brandenburg, Route 3: Wasserwege, Handelswege, Pilgerwege, Published by the terra press publishing house in cooperation with the Artbeitsgemeinschaft Städte mit historischen Stadtkernen des Landes Brandenburg, 1st edition 2019, ISBN 978-3-942917-42-1, €10.00

Ruppiner Seenland cycle map, bikeline cycle map, scale 1:75000, Verlag Esterbauer GmbH, ISBN: 978-3-85000-838-9, 2nd edition, 7.90 €

 
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Railway romance in the east Prignitz-Ruppin. If you are looking for this, you have come to the right place! The route leads along the railway line from Wittstock/Dosse to Neuruppin through the forests and fields typical of Brandenburg and through the quiet, tranquil villages of the (East) Prignitz and the Ruppin Lake District. A perfect tour for those seeking relaxation in nature.
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  • Church in Netzeband, Foto: Jannika Olesch, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.
  • Church in Kränzlin, Foto: Jannika Olesch, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.
  • Locomotive shed in Neuruppin, Foto: Jannika Olesch, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.
  • Locomotive shed in Neuruppin, Foto: Jannika Olesch, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.
Length: 42.6 km
Start: Wittstock/Dosse railway station
Destination: Neuruppin railway station, Rheinsberger Tor

Places along the route: Wittstock/Dosse, Goldbeck, Dossow, Fretzdorf, Katerbow, Kränzlin, Neuruppin

Marking / Logo: The route is signposted throughout. The marking is an almost square sign. The background is white and red includes a train, a bicycle and the words "Prignitz-Express-Tour".

Arrival/departure:

The tour starts at the railway station in Wittstock. The starting point can be reached from Berlin and from Wittenberge with the RE 6.

The end point is the station in Neuruppin, Rheinsberger Tor. The RE 6 also stops here in the direction of Berlin or Wittenberge.

Directions:

After the start in Wittstock/Dosse, the cycle tour runs for the most part along the railway line of the RE 6. Mainly developed paths serve as cycle paths. The route leads through typical Brandenburg forests and fields, passing through small, quiet towns and villages along the way. From Rossow, a detour to the Kyritz-Ruppiner Heide is worthwhile. The final stop is in Neuruppin at the Rheinsberger Tor railway station.

Both Wittstock/Dosse and Neuruppin are towns with historic town centres that should definitely be explored.

Cycle junction signposting: The cycle tour can be cycled almost entirely using cycle junctions.

Start at Wittstock/Dosse railway station (junction 3) - Scharfenberger Ziegelei (junction 5) - Dossow (junction 20) - Fretzdorf (junction 23) - Netzeband railway station (junction 37) - Netzeband junction/Katerbow branch (junction 32) - branch towards Kränzlin (junction 31) - Fontaneplatz in Neuruppin (junction 6) - Neuruppin railway station, Rheinsberger Tor (junction 1).

Attention: In Neuruppin, the cycle junction signposting deviates from the actual track. The end point, Rheinsberger Tor railway station, can be reached by either route.

Maps: For further information, please refer to the following documents.

Radrouten Historische Stadtkerne in Brandenburg, Route 3: Wasserwege, Handelswege, Pilgerwege, Published by the terra press publishing house in cooperation with the Artbeitsgemeinschaft Städte mit historischen Stadtkernen des Landes Brandenburg, 1st edition 2019, ISBN 978-3-942917-42-1, €10.00

Ruppiner Seenland cycle map, bikeline cycle map, scale 1:75000, Verlag Esterbauer GmbH, ISBN: 978-3-85000-838-9, 2nd edition, 7.90 €

 
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16909 Wittstock

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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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