Stadtführung durch Prenzlau, guided tour

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Why is there a flying raven at the top of the central city gate structure? What about the chopped off hands of two mayors at the museum? How come a big part of the buildings in the city centre are from the 1950s to 1980s? Why are there so many churches in Prenzlau? Go on a discovery tour on your own or book a local guide.
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The tour starts at the town information centre on Marktberg. After just a few steps, you can enjoy your first impressive view of St Mary’s Church. The route continues past the statue of Luther and on to the city gate structure “Mitteltorturm”. Here we cross the road and walk towards the town wall. We follow the town wall to get to the Dominican monastery and the associated museum. This is the perfect opportunity for a short visit or for taking a break at the monastery café. We walk on past the town hall. Here we cross the road once again to continue towards the town park. We walk through the park from where we can see the town wall, until we reach the Hexenturm (witches’ tower). Here we leave the park and continue in the direction of the city centre. We reach our starting point at the town information centre after about 500 metres.

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There is a public guided tour at 11 a.m. on Saturdays (May until September). Meeting point: Town information office Prenzlau

Individual guided tours are also available subject to pre-booking.

You can book your tickets online before the tour.
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Why is there a flying raven at the top of the central city gate structure? What about the chopped off hands of two mayors at the museum? How come a big part of the buildings in the city centre are from the 1950s to 1980s? Why are there so many churches in Prenzlau? Go on a discovery tour on your own or book a local guide.
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The tour starts at the town information centre on Marktberg. After just a few steps, you can enjoy your first impressive view of St Mary’s Church. The route continues past the statue of Luther and on to the city gate structure “Mitteltorturm”. Here we cross the road and walk towards the town wall. We follow the town wall to get to the Dominican monastery and the associated museum. This is the perfect opportunity for a short visit or for taking a break at the monastery café. We walk on past the town hall. Here we cross the road once again to continue towards the town park. We walk through the park from where we can see the town wall, until we reach the Hexenturm (witches’ tower). Here we leave the park and continue in the direction of the city centre. We reach our starting point at the town information centre after about 500 metres.

Times

There is a public guided tour at 11 a.m. on Saturdays (May until September). Meeting point: Town information office Prenzlau

Individual guided tours are also available subject to pre-booking.

You can book your tickets online before the tour.
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Marktberg 2

17291 Prenzlau

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