Herzlich Willkommen in der Urlaubsregion Wendland.Elbe! Damit Besuche weiterhin möglich bleiben, ist es wichtig, dass sich alle an die bestehenden Regelungen halten. Unter anderem müssen sich Urlauber im Wendland an die 3G-Regel halten. Falls Du nicht geimpft oder genesen bist, erfährst Du hier, wo Du Dich testen lassen kannst. Aktuelle Informationen zu Corona-Themen im Wendland findest Du hier.

Bleib gesund und bis bald! Wir freuen uns riesig auf Deinen Besuch!

*We’re so happy to welcome you back to the Wendland.Elbe region! When visiting we kindly ask you to adhere to the local rules and testing regulations. Please check out the current Covid-19 guidelines for the Wendland here (in German)*.

Wendland Tour

Slavic people, also known in northern Germany as Wends, once settled in the area between the Elbe river and Drawehn. As late as the 18th century, they still used their own language: Polabian, in which Drawehn = wood/forest, po = at, Labe = Elbe. Many village names, such as Waddeweitz and Kukate, are reminiscent of the Slavic origins. Today it is the Wendland residents who take care of their lovely villages and cities, like the half-timbered city of Lüchow. Many artists, craftspeople, and musicians have also discovered the Elbe river valley/Wendland area for themselves and are enriching this diverse natural and cultural landscape with their own, multi-faceted culture.