Nauen does not bother to boast about its various charms but would rather let visitors make their own discoveries.
Perhaps that’s why folks tend to jump to the conclusion that the transmission towers tell it all.
Now before you make the same mistake, stroll along these picturesque streets, like the St. George Road, and draw your own conclusions, for here’s where you’ll find Nauen’s bewitching past.
Perhaps what lingers in your heart in Nauen would be the statuesque beauty of the Sts. Peter and Paul Church. This local church is quite different from what you may have come to define as medieval religious architecture. You’ll soon be doing a rethink, especially so when you enter and discover the interiors.
If you liked this one, you should also consider visiting the St. Jacobi Church. Don’t miss the fine details that await you in the dimly lit interiors.
A similar treat awaits you at the Town Hall building. This here is yet another picturesque head turner with a great deal of architectural detail to be admired in its elegant exteriors.
Nauen has its share of local culture which is a fair mix of the medieval and the modern. The streets are alive with a thrilling mix of pubs and restaurants that will satiate most appetites.
For culture of the sober type, head for the various museums that definitely serve chicken soup for the mind.
For a tryst with nature head for the banks of the Nauen-Paretzer-Kanal, a gently flowing canal that offers a serene interlude.