An artist in every cow stall. Beauty and creativity are part of the regional identity here. Keep your eyes open! It’s worth it, we promise. EVERY MEADOW IS A CANVAS In the Wendland.Elbe region, art and culture abound, literally right on the streets. You don’t believe it? You will when you see it. And hear it. And even touch and taste it. Because here you don’t have to enter a museum or concert hall to experience artistic expression. (But you should do that too.) Countless events and festivals transform the whole region into an exhibition hall, stage, craft market, and restaurant. This creative way of living magically attracts artists from all over. You will discover cultural treasures in practically every village. Sometimes the village itself is a work of art. See? And hear and touch...
Ever feel like being at the center of things for once? Then head to one of our almost 100 Rundling villages! All of the residences encircle a central village square. There is just one entrance driveway. Typical for the Wendland region.
Built for the long haul - at least a few hundred years. Discover the exciting stories slumbering in Wendland stone in the fantastic structures here.
Artists love the Wendland region - and Wendland loves artists. Look at everything we make here. Creativity to look at, touch, and take part in yourself.
If you feel like yawning in one of these museums, it’s probably because you’ve been here so long already and still can’t get enough. Go ahead, have a look!
Especially here in the Wendland region you can experience a thriving culture. Plan a diverse and colorful program of events for your stay.
If you’re impressed after your first glance at the Wendland region, just wait. A second look will knock your socks off! On the fascinating guided tours, you can really immerse yourself in the region.
Only a few of the numerous churches and chapels in the Wendland are located directly in the centre of the village - space for places of worship was simply not provided in the Rundling villages. In addition to their extraordinary location, their architectural styles are also quite special. Of the almost 40 churches and chapels, many are fieldstone or half-timbered buildings and thus spread their very own charm.