Hoppegarten is synonymous with horse racing and rightly so, for they have about 15 races a year in their stylish world renowned race track.
As for those majestic animals, well, if you’re a horse lover you’ll never want to leave. For the cat and dog people there’s the line of elegant historic buildings lining the track and giving it an ambience beyond mere words can describe.
A line of lime trees add to it all tremendously. Stroll along this lime avenue for an unforgettable evening of wonderful sights.
Hoppegarten has its historic old quarters which is where you’ll find more medieval architecture. But it’s not all medieval, you know, for if you so desire you can always park yourself at one of those modern cafes while you plan your next move or make eyes at that pretty stranger.
If you are more into historical delights consider visiting the St. George Catholic Church building with its rectory intact.
Hoppegarten was recently merged with the municipalities of Hönow and Münchehofe adding to its attractions. The Parish Church in Hönow is worth visiting and so are the various old distilleries and Castle.
But before you make your way there don’t forget to include the stately mansion in Rudolf-Breitscheid and the historic buildings in Rennbahnallee, Goethe Avenue, and Linden Avenue.