Built for the long haul - at least a few hundred years. Discover the exciting stories slumbering in Wendland stone in the fantastic structures here.
An old railway bridge, an old train station - reimagined - and half-timbered houses, tilted at just the right angle... Simply a fantastic setting, typical for the Wendland region. Great architecture arranged across expansive meadows. It all belongs to this region and tells its own, unique story.
Liebe Wendland.Elbe Freunde,
zur Vermeidung der weiteren Ausbreitung des Coronavirus sind seit Anfang November in der Urlaubsregion Wendland.Elbe wieder jegliche touristische Aktivitäten untersagt.
Wir bedauern es sehr, Euch daher zur Zeit nicht in der Urlaubsregion Wendland.Elbe begrüßen zu können und bitten Euch: bleibt zuhause!
Vorerst gelten diese Regelungen bis einschließlich 14. Februar 2021. Wir halten Euch an dieser Stelle auf dem Laufenden.
Bleibt gesund und passt auf Euch auf!
***Until 14th February 2021 all travel for tourism purposes is prohibited within Germany. Please stay home and healthy. Let’s keep each other safe!***
Ever feel like being at the center of things for once? Then head to one of our more than 100 Rundling villages! All of the residences encircle a central village square. There is just one entrance driveway. Typical for the Wendland region! But where did these villages come from? How were they created? Why were they built in this way?
An old bridge, lonely, no longer in use, in the midst of a picturesque landscape. The stories it could tell. More than one hundred years old, it was once part of an important railway connection in northern Germany. But its destruction in 1945 did not take away any of its charisma. A war memorial and a symbol of the partition of Germany, the bridge and the fortified buildings at both ends take you back to earlier days.
This old train station has been extensively renovated and rebuilt. There’s lots to experience here: concerts, readings, flea markets, dance, theatre, art, conferences. An entire spectrum of art, culture, and literature is on offer here, and there’s no shortage of things to buy. And everything is accessible for disabled people.
Wow, things are getting old here. In fact, the picturesque half-timbered buildings in the Wendland.Elbe region are centuries old. When you stroll through the generously sized squares and the narrow, winding lanes in Lüchow, Dannenberg, and Hitzacker, you will literally feel the history in which these old structures have been steeped for generations. And they haven’t lost a bit of their beauty as they’ve aged -- from extensively renovated memorials to charming houses tilted by the wind.