City Route through Eisenhüttenstadt

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The City Route through Eisenhüttenstadt offers the opportunity to take a detour from Eisenhüttenstadt train station or the Oder-Neiße cycle path to the planned town, which is only 3 km away, and explore the area monument. On the route there is, among other things, the Utopia & Everyday Life Museum, the Gartenfließ with numerous art objects and the tourism information center.
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  • residential complex II, Round notch blocks, Foto: Dominic Mocker
  • Gartenfließ in summer, Foto: City Eisenhüttenstadt
  • Friedrich-Wolf-Theater at the Lindenallee Eisenhüttenstadt, Foto: City Eisenhüttenstadt
Start / finish Eisenhüttenstadt train station
Length 9 kilometers
Duration approximately 1 hour
Arrival / departure RE1 to Eisenhüttenstadt

Directions

For those arriving by public transport, you can cycle towards the Fürstenberg (Oder) district. Cycling along Fellerstraße, you can take a detour to Heinrich-Pritzsche-Straße, where the fire brigade and technology museum is located.

Further along Fellertstrasse you reach Roßplatz. Here is the monument erected in 1949 in honor of 23 members of the Dnepr Flotilla who died in the fighting for Fürstenberg (Oder) in the spring of 1945.

Continue on Gubener Straße until you reach Straße der Republik and turn right onto it.

At the intersection of Straße der Republik / Karl-Marx-Straße, turn left onto Karl-Marx-Straße, where you reach the former large restaurant “Aktivist”. The house was the first HO restaurant to open on December 21, 1953, initially on a partial area. The building was completely completed in May 1954. In keeping with its character as a “large restaurant”, hundreds of warm dishes were served every day. The dance evenings on the upper floor became legendary, where the parquet was transformed into a dance floor every Wednesday evening.

Continue on Karl-Marx-Straße for a few meters before turning right into Friedrich-Engels-Straße in front of the gas station. Here you can reach Erich-Weinert-Allee and thus the Museum Utopia & Everyday Life.

The City Route through Eisenhüttenstadt continues along Friedrich-Engels-Straße. On the left is the Municipal Hospital.

At the intersection of Friedrich-Engels-Straße / Fritz-Heckert-Straße, continue straight ahead into Maxim-Gorki-Straße. At the end it meets Diehloer Straße and the Gartenfließ. This is a small green area with many sculptures and works of art in the open space. Coming from the city you can wonderfully walk from here over the rose hill to the goldfish ponds to the district of Diehlo.

Following the City Route through Eisenhüttenstadt, you cycle past the former Hotel Lunik and the Lindenzentrum - always along Lindenallee, where the tourist information center is also located.

At the end of Lindenallee, turn right into Beeskower Straße and continue straight ahead. On this route you cross the Oder-Spree Canal and return to Eisenhüttenstadt train station.
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The City Route through Eisenhüttenstadt offers the opportunity to take a detour from Eisenhüttenstadt train station or the Oder-Neiße cycle path to the planned town, which is only 3 km away, and explore the area monument. On the route there is, among other things, the Utopia & Everyday Life Museum, the Gartenfließ with numerous art objects and the tourism information center.
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  • residential complex II, Round notch blocks, Foto: Dominic Mocker
  • Gartenfließ in summer, Foto: City Eisenhüttenstadt
  • Friedrich-Wolf-Theater at the Lindenallee Eisenhüttenstadt, Foto: City Eisenhüttenstadt
Start / finish Eisenhüttenstadt train station
Length 9 kilometers
Duration approximately 1 hour
Arrival / departure RE1 to Eisenhüttenstadt

Directions

For those arriving by public transport, you can cycle towards the Fürstenberg (Oder) district. Cycling along Fellerstraße, you can take a detour to Heinrich-Pritzsche-Straße, where the fire brigade and technology museum is located.

Further along Fellertstrasse you reach Roßplatz. Here is the monument erected in 1949 in honor of 23 members of the Dnepr Flotilla who died in the fighting for Fürstenberg (Oder) in the spring of 1945.

Continue on Gubener Straße until you reach Straße der Republik and turn right onto it.

At the intersection of Straße der Republik / Karl-Marx-Straße, turn left onto Karl-Marx-Straße, where you reach the former large restaurant “Aktivist”. The house was the first HO restaurant to open on December 21, 1953, initially on a partial area. The building was completely completed in May 1954. In keeping with its character as a “large restaurant”, hundreds of warm dishes were served every day. The dance evenings on the upper floor became legendary, where the parquet was transformed into a dance floor every Wednesday evening.

Continue on Karl-Marx-Straße for a few meters before turning right into Friedrich-Engels-Straße in front of the gas station. Here you can reach Erich-Weinert-Allee and thus the Museum Utopia & Everyday Life.

The City Route through Eisenhüttenstadt continues along Friedrich-Engels-Straße. On the left is the Municipal Hospital.

At the intersection of Friedrich-Engels-Straße / Fritz-Heckert-Straße, continue straight ahead into Maxim-Gorki-Straße. At the end it meets Diehloer Straße and the Gartenfließ. This is a small green area with many sculptures and works of art in the open space. Coming from the city you can wonderfully walk from here over the rose hill to the goldfish ponds to the district of Diehlo.

Following the City Route through Eisenhüttenstadt, you cycle past the former Hotel Lunik and the Lindenzentrum - always along Lindenallee, where the tourist information center is also located.

At the end of Lindenallee, turn right into Beeskower Straße and continue straight ahead. On this route you cross the Oder-Spree Canal and return to Eisenhüttenstadt train station.
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Eisenbahnstraße 1

15890 Eisenhüttenstadt

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