Lübz is an ideal starting point for renting a boat in one of the most beautiful boating networks in the heart of the Mecklenburg Lake District. With 15,000 hectares of forest and 33 lakes spread over 54 km², the area around Lübz has some ofthe most beautiful landscapes in the region.
Lübz: City museum, observation tower, water tower, brick monuments, Claudia Ammann workshop of sculpture and stone, planetarium, Inter generation house
Malchow: Kath. church, Cloister church, Church of the city, DDR museum, Organ museum, Mill
Waren: St. George church, St. Marie church – Müritz, Weinberg castle, brewery, old town hall, Müritz national park
Röbel: MüritzTherme water park and spa, St Marie church, Nikolai church, old synagoge
Mirow: an idyllic lakeside location
Located on the southern shore of Lake Mirow you will find the peaceful town of Mirow. Visitors will find traditional lakeside houses with thatched roofs as well as the picturesque Castle Mirow and Castle Island (also known as Love Island). The former residence of the Dukes of Mecklenburg can also be visited.
Rheinsberg: enjoy castle views from the deck of your canal barge
From your canal boat you will enjoy the most romantic view of the iconic Rococo-style Rheinsberg Castle on the banks of the Grienericksee. The turrets of this former residence of Frederick II of Prussia are reflected in the lake. Enjoy a stop in the cultural capital of northern Brandenburg to discover also its traditional ceramics factory, its annual pottery market and the many summer festivals organised in the castle and its park.
Fürstenberg: impressive lakes, a castle and a history of porcelain manufacture
The historic city of Fürstenberg is a great place for a boating holiday base – not only is it crossed by the Havel River but it is also surrounded by the lakes of Röblinsee and Schwedtsee. There are lots of places of interest in Fürstenberg so we recommend spending some time here before setting sail (or at the end of your boating holiday). A visit to the castle introduces the city’s porcelain manufacturing history via the ‘Porzellan Museum’.