Sandersdorf-Brehna minds its own business and does a good job of it. The town is preoccupied with its inhabitants and their well being, so don’t expect any trappings meant for visitors.
You’re of course welcome to partake of what’s already there. This would be, first of all, a considerable amount of sports facilities. Take your pick or choose them all from an array of sports from chess to football, table tennis, gymnastics, bowling, volleyball, billiards, and karate.
As you can well imagine, there’s always some tournament or sports event going on.
Sandersdorf’s beach (known as Strandbad) is another great venue to spend some time. The water’s just perfect for bathing, then there’s scuba diving in addition to a number of waterbased leisure activities such as pedal boats. But what could be more fun than doing nothing but just letting the sun go to work on you as you lie there and think deep thoughts.
Sandersdorf-Brehna has a number of historical attractions in and around the little town. Now having no pretensions to being a tourist attraction, you might be hard pressed to find a guide to take you around. But the well connected streets and public transport makes it pretty easy to get around and find your way without any trouble.
The Evangelical Church, for example, dating back to the 12th century is quite a sight. And so is the St. Mary’s Catholic Church.
This place has more in store for the inquisitive. The goose with the golden eggs atop the Brehna fountain has a quaint story to go with it. Who knows you could be the lucky one to get at those eggs. The key is concentration, now, that’ all I can say for now.
As you stroll along from the town hall to the marketplace you’ll find numbers inscribed on the sidewalk. This is the city’s way of commemorating its important dates. What better way to remember your town’s history than to walk by it everyday.
For a change of pace, you could go camping at the Ranger Mine where you’re actually within range of various clubs and activities.
Check out the Bog Oak, a geological attraction dating back to about 10,000 years.
They do have a flea market here in Sandersdorf occasionally if you’re interested in local goodies.
You’d need to get more details from the locals. But once you get here there are ever so many discoveries you’re bound to make on your own.