Museumstour, cycling tour

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  • MuseumsTour bei Kleinow, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Mahlsteinmuseum, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Eisenbahnmuseum Gramzow, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Aussicht vom Wallberg Blankenburg, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Aussicht über den Unteruckersee, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Nordufer Uckerpromenade Prenzlau, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Nordufer Uckerpromenade Prenzlau, Foto: Anet Hoppe
The starting point of MuseumsTour is the carpark at the corner of Uckerpromenade and Neustadt. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the fully refurbished Dominican monastery and the associated museum in Prenzlau. After you visit to this must-see attraction, you cycle along paths next to the road and quiet country lanes to Grünow. You can also take a detour to Drense. The village has been named the top history village of the Uckermark. You now ride past Dreesch and on to Neu Kleinow with its grindstone museum and next to Gramzow with its railway museum. The ice cream parlour in Gramzow is ideal for a little break and a scoop of home-made ice cream or a sundae. Our next stop is Blankenburg with its Slavonic fortress, before we go on along the shore of Unteruckersee, past Seehausen and Seelübbe and back to the starting point in Prenzlau.

Length: About 50 kilometres

Route: Prenzlau - Baumgarten - Grünow - Dreesch (detour to Drense) - Neu Kleinow - Gramzow - Blankenburg - Seehausen - Seelübbe - Prenzlau

Junctions: 1 - 4 - 74 - 88 - 92 - 87- 86 - 85 - 84 - 83 - 82 - 1

Path condition: Cycle path next to the road, quiet country lanes

Start/finish: Carpark in Prenzlau on the corner of Uckerpromenade and Neustadt

Points of interest: Dominican monastery in Prenzlau, Drense (top history village of the Uckermark), collection of grindstones in Neu Kleinow, megalithic grave in Lützow, railway museum in Gramzow, local history parlour and monastery ruins in Gramzow, fortress in Blankenburg
The tour can be combined with the following other cycling routes: Uckermark Circular Cycle Route from Gramzow, Berlin-Usedom Long-Distance Cycle Trail from Seehausen, passenger boat from Seehausen to Prenzlau (pre-booking via: 03984 – 832089)

How to get there: By public transport: RE3 to Prenzlau (bicycle rental at the train station)

Maps/literature: ADFC Regionalkarte Uckermark, 1:75,000, 978-3-87073-831-0, Euro 9.95
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  • MuseumsTour bei Kleinow, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Mahlsteinmuseum, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Eisenbahnmuseum Gramzow, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Aussicht vom Wallberg Blankenburg, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Aussicht über den Unteruckersee, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Nordufer Uckerpromenade Prenzlau, Foto: Anet Hoppe
The starting point of MuseumsTour is the carpark at the corner of Uckerpromenade and Neustadt. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the fully refurbished Dominican monastery and the associated museum in Prenzlau. After you visit to this must-see attraction, you cycle along paths next to the road and quiet country lanes to Grünow. You can also take a detour to Drense. The village has been named the top history village of the Uckermark. You now ride past Dreesch and on to Neu Kleinow with its grindstone museum and next to Gramzow with its railway museum. The ice cream parlour in Gramzow is ideal for a little break and a scoop of home-made ice cream or a sundae. Our next stop is Blankenburg with its Slavonic fortress, before we go on along the shore of Unteruckersee, past Seehausen and Seelübbe and back to the starting point in Prenzlau.

Length: About 50 kilometres

Route: Prenzlau - Baumgarten - Grünow - Dreesch (detour to Drense) - Neu Kleinow - Gramzow - Blankenburg - Seehausen - Seelübbe - Prenzlau

Junctions: 1 - 4 - 74 - 88 - 92 - 87- 86 - 85 - 84 - 83 - 82 - 1

Path condition: Cycle path next to the road, quiet country lanes

Start/finish: Carpark in Prenzlau on the corner of Uckerpromenade and Neustadt

Points of interest: Dominican monastery in Prenzlau, Drense (top history village of the Uckermark), collection of grindstones in Neu Kleinow, megalithic grave in Lützow, railway museum in Gramzow, local history parlour and monastery ruins in Gramzow, fortress in Blankenburg
The tour can be combined with the following other cycling routes: Uckermark Circular Cycle Route from Gramzow, Berlin-Usedom Long-Distance Cycle Trail from Seehausen, passenger boat from Seehausen to Prenzlau (pre-booking via: 03984 – 832089)

How to get there: By public transport: RE3 to Prenzlau (bicycle rental at the train station)

Maps/literature: ADFC Regionalkarte Uckermark, 1:75,000, 978-3-87073-831-0, Euro 9.95
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Uckerpromenade

17291 Prenzlau

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