Schwarzenbek is almost synonymous with its local creek which has come to assume the status of a home-grown super star in its own right. Follow it as it winds its way through the Rülauer forest, orchards, meadows, and under train tracks to finally join the Elbe.
All along the way you’ll enjoy wonderful scenic views. In fact, even the railway bridge that goes over it seems ethereal in the morning hours.
Schwarzenbek and its surroundings have more to offer for the whole family. The Butterfly Garden nearby is over 20 years old and is an enchanting destination with its koi ponds, horses, and rabbits.
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If you find early history interesting please make sure you dig around for local info about the wooden aqueducts that were used in this town way back in the 18th century. You can learn more about this and other similar stuff at the Stadtarchivariat in the city.
Schwarzenbek’s buildings of interest to you would be the former County Court building, the Hotel Schroeder, the old Sexton House, and the old Küsterhaus. These stand tall and apart from others still retaining a sense of grandeur that is easily captured digitally.
You’ll find more in the old market place area which again is a great place to spend some time just soaking in the atmosphere.
Schwarzenbek has modern leisure facilities that will adequately take care of long afternoons. Go shopping for local goods or take in the latest Hollywood offerings at the cinemas. Find your own café that you’ll always come back to while you’re here.