Here you will find practical tips and further information for your stay.
is a city with a rich history and numerous historical buildings. Particularly worth seeing are the late Gothic St. Mary's Cathedral, the neo-Gothic Evangelical Lutheran Church, and the neo-Gothic Catholic Parish Church of St. John the Baptist. The Old Town Hall and the preserved bourgeois houses in the historic center are also worth a visit.
At the Fürstenwalde Museum on Domplatz, you can experience 10,000 years of earth, prehistoric, and early history as well as over 700 years of city history. Here you can learn everything about the city's origins, its development over the centuries, and its significance for the region.
Fürstenwalde is also a green city with many parks and green spaces. The city park in the west was created from 1836 and has a park stage as well as a local animal garden. The Spreeuferpark between the city park and Spreebrücke offers a promenade along the river, themed gardens, and sunbathing areas. Here you can relax, take a walk or simply enjoy nature.
There is also a brewery museum, a museum about barrel-making and schnapps production, as well as memorials for victims of fascism and Stalinism. These museums offer an insight into life in Fürstenwalde in past times and show how the city has changed over the centuries.
In Fürstenwalde there are several parks and cemeteries, including Park der Jahreszeiten (Park of Seasons) and Neuer Friedhof (New Cemetery). Park der Jahreszeiten is a beautiful park with many different plant species that has something to offer every season. Neuer Friedhof is a place of peace and contemplation where you can relax from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
The Kulturfabrik is the socio-cultural center of the city and offers space for clubs and initiatives. Regular events such as concerts, theater performances, or exhibitions take place here. There are also regular events such as the city festival, animal park festival, and Fürstenwalder Jazztage (Fürstenwalde Jazz Days).
The music and art school offers training in the musical field and performing arts. Here children, teenagers, and adults can discover or develop their artistic skills. There are also several choirs and bands in the city that regularly give concerts.
Since 2005, stumbling blocks have been laid in the city to remember deported, murdered or driven to suicide Fürstenwalde Jews and victims of "Action T4". These stones remind us of dark chapters in Fürstenwalde's history and remind us that we must always stand up against racism, anti-Semitism, and discrimination.
If you are looking for a comfortable hotel
, then Haus am Spreebogen
is the best choice for you. The hotel
is located in the romantic old town of Fürstenwalde, in one of the most beautiful places in the city, directly on the Spree. All rooms have free Wi-Fi. Relax in the tasteful, friendly atmosphere of the hotel
and enjoy the view of the Spree.
Overall, Fürstenwalde is a city with a rich history, many cultural offerings, and beautiful nature. Here you can relax, gain new impressions or simply enjoy life. Visit Fürstenwalde/Spree
- it's worth it!
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