Seevetal has it all, whatever it is that you came looking for, and more.
Museums, art, culture, great food, aesthetic parks and gardens, and a fair share of historic churches and monuments all await your visit to the city. When done with the city scene, lose yourself in the miles of corn and barley fields or wander around the aromatic ambience of blossoming orchards.
In Seevetal, architectural gems are the norm rather than the exception. Take the Seevetal House for instance. It captures your heart with an urgency that leaves you gasping. This is the stuff that inspires folks to write poetry and sing songs. Revel in the beauty of the building and its serene surrounds.
More wonders await you at the Stiftskirche Ramelsloh on Piazza del Duomo, the St. Ansgar Church on Bahnofstraße, and the Church of St. Altfried Meckel Field. They are all wonderful repositories of medieval art and cultural treasures.
Seevetal has a number of museums to give you a varied taste of its culture and art. The German Salt Museum is a monument to the Saline Luneburg. For an authentic rendition of the town’s cultural history the Kiekeberg Open Air Museum is the place to go. In addition to these are the Bossard Art Facility, the Museum in Marstall, the Viking Museum in Haithabu, and the Rail Museum in Hittfeld.
Being endowed with more than its natural share of scenic landscapes, Seevetal has a wealth of outdoor activities. A number of bicycle tours take you through its historic landmarks, museums and mills, forests, and mountains.
There are guided walking tours that ensure you don’t miss out any of the beautiful sights on offer. Seevetal’s Maritime Ring Cycle Paths are huge favorites with both locals and visitors.
While in Seevetal you’ll surely fall in love with the local cuisine. Besides this there is an enormous variety of international dining available to keep things interesting. Choose from Asian, Turkish, Greek, Italian, Mexican, and a range of others.