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Contact (Route)

Regionalpark Barnimer Feldmark e.V.
TMB Tourismus-Marketing Brandenburg GmbH


Deutscher Wanderverband
Wilhelmshöher Allee 157-159
D-34121 Kassel

Tel.: +49 (0)561-93873-0

66-Seen Wanderweg

Length, Start/End
416 km, circular tour from Potsdam
Highest elevation: 150m

Altitude profile
66-Seen Wanderweg


1. Potsdam - Marquardt 17 km
2. Marquardt - Brieselang 20 km
3. Brieselang - Hennigsdorf 23 km
4. Hennigsdorf - Wensickendorf 24 km
5. Wensickendorf - Melchow 26 km
6. Melchow - Leuenberg 27 km
7. Leuenberg - Strausberg-Stadt 21 km
8. Strausberg - Stadt Rüdersdorf 21 km
9. Rüdersdorf - Hangelsberg 22 km
10. Hangelsberg - Bad Saarow 22 km
11. Bad Saarow - Wendisch Rietz 24 km
12. Wendisch Rietz - Neuendorf am See 24 km
13. Neuendorf am See - Halbe 24 km
14. Halbe - Wünsdorf 26 km
15. Wünsdorf - Trebbin 27 km
16. Trebbin - Seddin 25 km
17. Seddin - Potsdam 25 km

Detour to Potsdam
Potsdam, the regional capital of Brandenburg, is one of Germany's top cultural destinations and the park around the Sanssouci Palace, now a UNESCO World Heritage site, is one of the most popular visitor attractions in this former seat of Prussian power. You should also make time for a stroll through the Dutch quarter and the Russian quarter of Alexandrowka - stopping off of course for a cup of chi in the tea house - and then visit the Russian Orthodox church or wander through the city centre to the Brandenburg Gate and the Church of St. Nicholas.

66 lakes around Berlin

The Brandenburg countryside is a patchwork of unspoiled landscapes clustered around Berlin. Sparsely populated, the whole region is a haven of peace and tranquillity. Gently rolling hills frame countless lakes, large and small, while the Havel and Spree rivers follow their own course through spectacular scenery, both within the Spree Forest and beyond.

The 66-Seen-Weg, a waymarked trail through walking country dotted with secluded swimming areas, encircles Germany's capital city, Berlin. Take a refreshing dip then continue your walk through dense, silent woods, along unspoilt lakeside paths and beside brilliant yellow fields of oilseed rape. The contrast between the bustling capital city full of sights and sounds, and the tranquil countryside just a stone's throw away could not be greater. As it winds its way through the Brandenburg region, the route links eight regional parks and places of interest such as Marquart stately home, Roman baths, Charlottenhof Palace and Sanssouci Palace and Park as well as nature conservation areas such as the riverbank meadows along the Havel, and Anna valley with its romantic river.

Travel Information

Public transport: From Berlin take the S7 or R1 to Potsdam
Car: From the "Berliner Ring" orbital motorway A115 / B1 to Potsdam, or A2/A9/A115 to Potsdam-Nuthestrasse. Parking information system:


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