Discover Brandenburg – All around Berlin


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Welcome to the German Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg!

The fastest growing region in Germany, Berlin-Brandenburg, lies at the crossroads of international taffic routes and in proximity to the centers of decision-making. Berlin-Brandenburg offers the highest research density in Germany and a cutting-edge infrastructure combined with an outstanding quality of life. Right in the heart of Europe, investors find excellent business conditions. Small towns and villages offer space for stressed city dwellers and young families.

Historic castles, country manors and gardens, including the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Potsdam (Prussian Palaces and Gardens), and a plethora of museums, galleries, concert halls and theatres charm and entertain residents and guests alike.

If you want to slow down and recreate your body and spirit, widely untouched landscapes are waiting to be discovered by bike, on foot, on horseback or seen from the water on a canoe, a float or a sailing boat. Visit brandenburg-tourism.com and start planning your trip now.

 



Brandenburg meets Britain

The German Land Brandenburg regularly organizes presentations in foreign countries on the occasion of the Day of German Unity. In October 2017 a presentation will take place in the British capital London with the motto “BRANDENBURG – JUST MY CUP OF TEA!”. Brandenburg meets Britain for the second time after 2006. Read more

 

Schlosshotel Fürstlich Drehna
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Hosts and accomodations
Whether hotel, bed & breakfast, holiday flat, holiday home, or dining facilities – Brandenburg offers the right kind of place for everybody. Of course all of our more than 250 accommodation facilities can be booked directly online. Read more

Schloss Sanssouci
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Sightseeing highlights
Brandenburg, the Land surrounding the Federal Capital of Berlin, holds plenty of surprises and worthwhile experiences. Many of the Land's towns provide an interesting combination of culture and nature. Read more

Spree Forest
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National Nature Landscapes
Around one third of Brandenburg’s landscape consists of nature reserves. In addition, there are countless nature parks and 240 nature conservation areas waiting to be explored. Read more