Here you will find practical tips and further information for your stay.
is a city with a rich history and many cultural attractions. The town hall, Jesus Christ Church, train station, and city park are just a few of them. The city center is characterized by brick houses built around 1900 for railway workers. Another highlight is the Schweinert burial mound field, which is considered the largest Bronze Age burial mound field in Central Europe.
town hall is an impressive building in neo-Gothic style. It was built in 1900 and served as the city's administrative center at that time. Today it houses various offices and is a popular photo opportunity for tourists.
The Jesus Christ Church is a neo-Gothic style Protestant church. It was built between 1895 and 1897 and is an important venue for worship services and events in the city.
train station opened in 1875 and is an important transportation hub in the region. It connects the city with other cities in Brandenburg and Saxony-Anhalt.
city park is a popular place for walks and relaxation. It offers many green spaces, benches, and playgrounds for children.
Another highlight in Falkenberg/Elster
is the Schweinert burial mound field. It consists of more than 100 Bronze Age burial mounds and is considered the largest of its kind in Central Europe. The burial mound field can be visited and offers insight into the history of the region.
In addition to these historical sites, there are also various museums such as the Brandenburg Railway Museum. Here visitors can learn more about the history of railways in Brandenburg.
Regular events such as the beach festival at Kiebitzsee and Christmas market offer visitors the opportunity to experience the city in a different way. Musically, Falkenberg is known for its youth wind orchestra, Original Falkenberger Blasmusikanten, and various bands.
For visitors looking for accommodation, the TraumHaus im Elsterpark
offers comfortable lodging. The hotel
is fully accessible and wheelchair-friendly and has a beautiful garden and terrace. Guests can enjoy German cuisine in the hotel
's restaurant. Free private parking is available.
offers a wide range of cultural and historical experiences for visitors and locals alike. The city is a worthwhile destination for a day trip or a longer stay in Brandenburg.
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