Uckermark District — Forget Your Day Planner!

OK, where shall I start? Perhaps by that the Uckermark district is the largest of Germany, but at the same time is it one of the lowest dense district, therefore perfect for a relaxing vacation filled with nature discoveries (especially since it lies in the Uckermark region).

Uckermark District Map

Map of the Uckermark District

Cities, Towns & Villages in the Uckermark District

  • Angermünde
  • Berkholz-Meyenburg
  • Boitzenburger
  • Brüssow
  • Carmzow-Wallmow
  • Casekow
  • Flieth-Stegelitz
  • Gartz
  • Gerswalde
  • Göritz
  • Gramzow
  • Grünow
  • Hohenselchow
  • Lychen
  • Mark
  • Mescherin
  • Milmersdorf
  • Mittenwalde
  • Nordwestuckermark
  • Oberuckersee
  • Passow
  • Pinnow
  • Prenzlau
  • Randowtal
  • Schenkenberg
  • Schöneberg
  • Schönfeld
  • Schwedt (Oder)
  • Tantow
  • Temmen-Ringenwalde
  • Templin
  • Uckerfelde
  • Uckerland
  • Zichow
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On one hand there are more than 400 lakes and countless moores, creeks, forests and nature reserves.

First off, go ahead and visit the Wolletzsee, a lake with opportunities for swimming and sunbathing.

Then there’s the Nationalpark Unteres Odertal, a nature park with the Nationalparkhaus Criewen showcasing exhibits of this area and its historical aspects.

Not only this though because the Uckermark district is generally popular for its architectural findings, museums, galleries, castles, churches, parks, and regional festivities.

A couple towns you must see are Prenzlau, lovely called the Green Town at the Uckersee, Templin and its spa center, and Schwedt (Oder) as the Gate to the National Park Odertal.

Oh, and not to forget the animal park in Angermünde. It’s a small but cute one with 250+ animals.

 

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