(R)Adel-Paradies - Garden tour from Rheinsberg via Lindow

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Time travel by bike: The starting point of the bike tour is Rheinsberg. The route continues via Zippelsförde with its fish farm to Lindow (Mark). Here you will find the impressive monastery, around which many stories and legends revolve. Particularly worth seeing is the "Garden of the Book" on the monastery grounds, Germany's first Jewish-Christian-Muslim educational and display garden. 
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  • Castle Rheinsberg, Foto: Thomas Widerin
  • At the Kramnitz Mill, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • The view of Lake Gudelack from Lindow, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • The beautiful nun at the Wutzsee in Lindow, Foto: Thomas Widerin
  • Garden of the Book, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Garden of the Book, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Garden of the Book, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Rheinsberg Castle with an imposing sky, Foto: Thomas Widerin
The tour continues to Köpernitz, where Countess La Roche-Aymon resided in Fontane's time. Today the estate is used as a cultural centre. The estate park there consists of a herb, flower and fruit garden and is based on Chinese Feng Shui teachings.  

The cycle tour then leads back to the starting point. The former residential town of Rheinsberg owes its fame above all to the rococo palace with its characteristic round towers, where the Prussian King Frederick II resided during his time as Crown Prince. The extensive palace park by the lake is also worth a visit. Here you will find not only impressive statues, but also artistic bed and hedge arrangements.

Start + finish: Rheinsberg, Triangelplatz / junction 80

Intersections: 80, 81, 82, 74, 73, 70, 35, 82, 81, 80 

Length: 49 km 

Arrival: Arrival by public transport is recommended. From Berlin (Hbf.) with the RE 5 (Stralsund/Rostock) to Löwenberg (Mark) and from there with the RB 54 to Rheinsberg.

Departure: Departure by public transport is recommended. From Rheinsberg take the RB 54 (Löwenberg (Mark) to Löwenberg (Mark) and from there the RE 5 (Elsterwerda) to Berlin (main station).

Route conditions: This tour leads along asphalt cycle paths.  

Possible combinations: The tour can be extended as required using the junction signposts. 
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Time travel by bike: The starting point of the bike tour is Rheinsberg. The route continues via Zippelsförde with its fish farm to Lindow (Mark). Here you will find the impressive monastery, around which many stories and legends revolve. Particularly worth seeing is the "Garden of the Book" on the monastery grounds, Germany's first Jewish-Christian-Muslim educational and display garden. 
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  • Castle Rheinsberg, Foto: Thomas Widerin
  • At the Kramnitz Mill, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • The view of Lake Gudelack from Lindow, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • The beautiful nun at the Wutzsee in Lindow, Foto: Thomas Widerin
  • Garden of the Book, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Garden of the Book, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
  • Garden of the Book, Foto: Jörg Bartz, Lizenz: TV Ruppiner Seenland e.V.
The tour continues to Köpernitz, where Countess La Roche-Aymon resided in Fontane's time. Today the estate is used as a cultural centre. The estate park there consists of a herb, flower and fruit garden and is based on Chinese Feng Shui teachings.  

The cycle tour then leads back to the starting point. The former residential town of Rheinsberg owes its fame above all to the rococo palace with its characteristic round towers, where the Prussian King Frederick II resided during his time as Crown Prince. The extensive palace park by the lake is also worth a visit. Here you will find not only impressive statues, but also artistic bed and hedge arrangements.

Start + finish: Rheinsberg, Triangelplatz / junction 80

Intersections: 80, 81, 82, 74, 73, 70, 35, 82, 81, 80 

Length: 49 km 

Arrival: Arrival by public transport is recommended. From Berlin (Hbf.) with the RE 5 (Stralsund/Rostock) to Löwenberg (Mark) and from there with the RB 54 to Rheinsberg.

Departure: Departure by public transport is recommended. From Rheinsberg take the RB 54 (Löwenberg (Mark) to Löwenberg (Mark) and from there the RE 5 (Elsterwerda) to Berlin (main station).

Route conditions: This tour leads along asphalt cycle paths.  

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