City walk: Leisure places of then and now

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The tour starts on the Polish side in the south of Słubice, the former dam suburb of Frankfurt (Oder). Here on the eastern side of the Oder River stands the Entertainment and Recreation Park. At the northeast end of the park behind the bazaar is an old stadium with six running tracks, a soccer field, golf, tennis, beach volleyball and much more, as well as an ice rink in winter. The stadium was opened on May 27, 1927 as the "Ostmark Stadium" and has been a listed building since 2014.
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  • German-Polish Tourist Information , Foto: Florian Läufer, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Signpost in the Lennepark , Foto: Florian Läufer, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Lennepark, Foto: Florian Läufer, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Botanischer Garten, Foto: Johann Müller, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Wildpark Frankfurt, Foto: Sandra Haß, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Wildpark Frankfurt, Foto: Sandra Haß, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • City bridge Frankfurt (Oder) / Slubice , Foto: Florian Läufer, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
Length: about 8 km
Start / Finish: Entertainment and Recreation Park, Sportowa 1, Słubice (Poland) - Botanical Garden, Lienaustraße, Frankfurt (Oder).
Logo: not available

Arrival / Departure:
  • Public transport: to Frankfurt (Oder) train station, continue with bus 983 to Słubice Aleja Niedpodleglosci stop.
  • Car: via freeway A12 to exit Frankfurt (Oder) Mitte, continue via federal road B112

Route: Słubice Entertainment and Recreation Park, Piast Cinema, City Bridge, Cinema Theater, Lenné Park, Kleist Park, Botanical Garden

Directions: The tour continues into the cinema life of the twin city. In Słubice, between 1925 and 2005, there was the "Filmpalast" (from 1947 Kino Piast) on Friedrichstraße. The building was used in a variety of ways: from cinema to recitation, acting, pantomime and singing. It also served as a restaurant.

The tour then crosses the city bridge to the German side in Frankfurt (Oder). Here all the cinemas were destroyed in 1945, so there were only two small and sparsely furnished cinemas: the Bellevue and the Efka. Then, in 1955, the new Lichtspieltheater der Jugend was built.

Diagonally opposite the cinema is the Lenné Park. Built on the old ramparts along the city wall, the park stretches about 900 meters in a north-south direction. The city has citizens to thank for the park. It was designed from 1834 according to the plans of the Prussian Royal Garden Director Peter Joseph Lenné and is today the second oldest citizens' park in Germany. The city owes this garden area in the heart of Frankfurt an der Oder to a citizens' movement. Even today, the park betrays Lenné's signature: curved paths, staged groups of trees, wide expanses of meadow and the artificially created watercourses.

Another garden worth seeing and named after the playwright born in Frankfurt (Oder) is the Kleist Park. Covering an area of around six hectares, the grounds feature a beautiful stock of trees, lawns and playgrounds for the youngest visitors. The center of the botanical garden on Lienaustraße is a pretty pond. Surrounded by stair-shaped flowerbeds, old trees and benches, it is a popular destination. The landscape park named after the city councilor and wine wholesaler Michael Martin Lienau can be found in the half town and was also created by Lenné. There is also a fairy tale forest here with wooden figures for the children.

The highlight in summer is the event "Summer Sounds - Classical Music in the Park". In July and August, top-class classical concerts take place here in the most beautiful parks and gardens of the double city Frankfurt (Oder) / Słubice.

Likewise, a trip to the Frankfurt Wildlife Park is always a worthwhile destination.

Trail conditions: mainly asphalted

Possible combinations:

  • Boundless on the way - discovery tour
  • City walk: Along the Oder river
  • Way of St. James Frankfurt (Oder) - Teltow
  • City walk in the footsteps of Kleist

Places of interest:

  • Brandenburg State Museum of Modern Art Frankfurt (Oder) - Packhof site and town hall hall
  • Kleist Museum Frankfurt (Oder)
  • Viadrina Museum (Junkerhaus)
  • St. Mary's Church Frankfurt (Oder)
  • Wikipedia monument in Slubice
  • Concert Hall "Carl-Philipp-Emanuel-Bach

Maps / Literature:

  • "City Guide Frankfurt (Oder) / Slubice" (2021), Publisher: ScottyScout, Editor: K. Hinrichsen/ M. Nesselrodt

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The tour starts on the Polish side in the south of Słubice, the former dam suburb of Frankfurt (Oder). Here on the eastern side of the Oder River stands the Entertainment and Recreation Park. At the northeast end of the park behind the bazaar is an old stadium with six running tracks, a soccer field, golf, tennis, beach volleyball and much more, as well as an ice rink in winter. The stadium was opened on May 27, 1927 as the "Ostmark Stadium" and has been a listed building since 2014.
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  • German-Polish Tourist Information , Foto: Florian Läufer, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Signpost in the Lennepark , Foto: Florian Läufer, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Lennepark, Foto: Florian Läufer, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Botanischer Garten, Foto: Johann Müller, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Wildpark Frankfurt, Foto: Sandra Haß, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
  • Wildpark Frankfurt, Foto: Sandra Haß, Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
Length: about 8 km
Start / Finish: Entertainment and Recreation Park, Sportowa 1, Słubice (Poland) - Botanical Garden, Lienaustraße, Frankfurt (Oder).
Logo: not available

Arrival / Departure:
  • Public transport: to Frankfurt (Oder) train station, continue with bus 983 to Słubice Aleja Niedpodleglosci stop.
  • Car: via freeway A12 to exit Frankfurt (Oder) Mitte, continue via federal road B112

Route: Słubice Entertainment and Recreation Park, Piast Cinema, City Bridge, Cinema Theater, Lenné Park, Kleist Park, Botanical Garden

Directions: The tour continues into the cinema life of the twin city. In Słubice, between 1925 and 2005, there was the "Filmpalast" (from 1947 Kino Piast) on Friedrichstraße. The building was used in a variety of ways: from cinema to recitation, acting, pantomime and singing. It also served as a restaurant.

The tour then crosses the city bridge to the German side in Frankfurt (Oder). Here all the cinemas were destroyed in 1945, so there were only two small and sparsely furnished cinemas: the Bellevue and the Efka. Then, in 1955, the new Lichtspieltheater der Jugend was built.

Diagonally opposite the cinema is the Lenné Park. Built on the old ramparts along the city wall, the park stretches about 900 meters in a north-south direction. The city has citizens to thank for the park. It was designed from 1834 according to the plans of the Prussian Royal Garden Director Peter Joseph Lenné and is today the second oldest citizens' park in Germany. The city owes this garden area in the heart of Frankfurt an der Oder to a citizens' movement. Even today, the park betrays Lenné's signature: curved paths, staged groups of trees, wide expanses of meadow and the artificially created watercourses.

Another garden worth seeing and named after the playwright born in Frankfurt (Oder) is the Kleist Park. Covering an area of around six hectares, the grounds feature a beautiful stock of trees, lawns and playgrounds for the youngest visitors. The center of the botanical garden on Lienaustraße is a pretty pond. Surrounded by stair-shaped flowerbeds, old trees and benches, it is a popular destination. The landscape park named after the city councilor and wine wholesaler Michael Martin Lienau can be found in the half town and was also created by Lenné. There is also a fairy tale forest here with wooden figures for the children.

The highlight in summer is the event "Summer Sounds - Classical Music in the Park". In July and August, top-class classical concerts take place here in the most beautiful parks and gardens of the double city Frankfurt (Oder) / Słubice.

Likewise, a trip to the Frankfurt Wildlife Park is always a worthwhile destination.

Trail conditions: mainly asphalted

Possible combinations:

  • Boundless on the way - discovery tour
  • City walk: Along the Oder river
  • Way of St. James Frankfurt (Oder) - Teltow
  • City walk in the footsteps of Kleist

Places of interest:

  • Brandenburg State Museum of Modern Art Frankfurt (Oder) - Packhof site and town hall hall
  • Kleist Museum Frankfurt (Oder)
  • Viadrina Museum (Junkerhaus)
  • St. Mary's Church Frankfurt (Oder)
  • Wikipedia monument in Slubice
  • Concert Hall "Carl-Philipp-Emanuel-Bach

Maps / Literature:

  • "City Guide Frankfurt (Oder) / Slubice" (2021), Publisher: ScottyScout, Editor: K. Hinrichsen/ M. Nesselrodt

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Sportowa 1

69100 Slubice, Polen

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Fax: +49 (0) 33631-868102

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  • Thursday
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