Neuenhagen lies by Berlin and is the proverbial pastoral village where time and space take on a different meaning from what it has come to mean to us city dwellers.
Well, that may not be everyone’s cup of tea but if it is, Neuenhagen has what it takes to knock the kinks out of you.
Begin with a visit to the Neuenhagen Church which has this captivating medieval quality that is hard to come by. You’ll be blown away by the artistic Baroque interiors. Don’t miss the 13th century church bell!
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Neuenhagen has more of the same and you’ll surely enjoy the Spreti Villa, the Dotti Castle, Old Village School, and the Schumann Villa.
For something quite unexpected, visit the Town Hall which doubles as a Water Tower. Now how’s that for ingenuity!
The Bollensdorf Church with its tall steeple is another venue worth visiting. The Bollensdort History Room is a hundred year old family estate which is now a museum.
There’s also the Fallada Residence, a historical home of the famous poet Hans Fallada.
Neuenhagen has its share of leisure activities if that’s something you’d like to check out. The Ark is housed in a splendid building and offers creative art for all ages. They even hold art markets, workshops and open air concerts.
For a taste of culture, head for the Fermate Studio for musical and literary programs. If you’re going to be there for a spell why not check out their vocal training classes. Do the listening public a favor and let that inner rock star be discovered. ;-)
Neuenhagen has more sport facilities from outdoor swimming pool to indoor tennis. That should take care of all that holiday fat nicely besides adding to the overall fun quotient.