Lübbenau is in Brandenburg.
Lübbenau was first mentioned in a sales document in 1315 but is believed to be much older due to excavations below the castle that show settlement from the 8th or 9th century. From 1364 to 1635, Lübbenau was part of the Kingdom of Bohemia, and then until 1815 Lübbenau was a part of the Electorate of Saxony. From 1815 to 1918, Lübbenau was governed by the Kingdom of Prussia.
You will most likely arrive by train. There are trains arrving from Berlin almost every half hour, or every 2 hours from Leipzig in the South. The trainstation is situated between the old and the new part of town. As a tourist, the old part is the only interesting thing for you to visit. Once you arrived, you can walk straigt through the city till you arrive at the historic center. There are plenty of bike rentals along the way.
The city of Lübbenau isnt that big, especially the historic part, which is the only thing interesting for tourist.
Lübbenau offers a variety of sights. Departing from the old town center, visitors can explore the marina with its traditional boats, or a castle which set in a nicely arranged park, including an orangerie with a cafe and a hotel. There are cycling routes to nearby villages, and boat rides are popular with tourists. The city wall's history dates back to the Middle Ages and the museum next to the city gate offers insights into the architecture as well as the rich history of the region.
a boattour along the rivers through the Spreewald, a tour by bike to the surroundthing villages a visit of the city museum a visit of the nature-museum
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