The Uckermark

In the north east of the state of Brandenburg, only 80 km from Berlin, in the direct vicinity of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Poland, is The Uckermark. With 3058 km² it is the largest administrative district in Germany. However, as only 160,000 people live in The Uckermark, this piece of land is among the most sparsely populated regions of Germany - best pre-requisites for nature, relaxation and quiet.

More than 400 lakes, Sölle, courses of rivers and moors, extensive forests, fields and meadows offer ideal pre-requisites for a wonderful holiday. 

Prenzlau – the green town next to the "Uckersee"


The towers of the St. Marien Church which can be seen to a large extent from all directions, welcome you when you visit Prenzlau. In the south west the ...


 

Templin - the "Pearl of The Uckermark"


The thermal salt water spa Templin, also called the "Pearl of The Uckermark", presents itself with Baroque places of interest to Middle ...


 

Angermünde - between old timber houses and pure nature


Angermünde has retained the endearing charm of the former town of small farmers. Impressive historic buildings, such as the Franciscan Monastery or the ...


 

Schwedt / Oder


Schwedt/Oder mentioned for the first time in 1265 is located between gentle end morain hills and the wide Oder valley. The town was designed according ...


 

Lychen


The little town of Lychen, state-approved location for recreation, with its local authorities of Retzow, Rutenberg and Beenz, is situated in the natural ...