City Hall Altentreptow, © Christin Drühl
Tourist information and welcome centres

Altentreptow was first mentioned in a document in 1245. The small town, situated on the Tollense River, is embedded in the scenic Tollense Valley.

Worth seeing are the St. Petri church with the late Gothic carved double winged altar from the 15th century, the two late medieval brick gates, the Holy Cross Church and the Great Stone - the largest erratic boulder on the German. Mainland.

The museum of local history provides information about the work of Fritz Reuter. For those seeking recreation, there is the possibility of fishing on the Tollense, water and bicycle tours, horseback riding and carriage rides.

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Contact

Stadtinformation Altentreptow

Rathausstraße 1
17087 Altentreptow


altentreptow@t-online.de
03961 2551360
http://www.altentreptow.de
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Opening hours
Today, May 28, 202407:00 - 12:00 clock
13:00 - 18:00 clock
Gültig ab 01. January bis 31. December
Monday 09:00 - 12:00 clock
13:00 - 16:00 clock
Tuesday 07:00 - 12:00 clock
13:00 - 18:00 clock
Wednesday closed
Thursday 09:00 - 12:00 clock
13:00 - 16:00 clock
Friday 09:00 - 12:00 clock
Saturday closed
Sunday closed
Holiday closed

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© TVV/pocha.de

Manor house Wietzow

  • Wietzow, 17129 Daberkow

Gutshaus Wietzow, a neo-Gothic manor house beautifully situated in the Tollense valley, was first mentioned around 1620 and came to the von Blücher family in the 17th century, later to the von Linden family. Karl Friedrich von Linden had an English landscape park laid out after 1750.

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© Thomas Oppermann

Regional Museum Neubrandenburg

  • Closed today
  • Stargarder Straße, 17033 Neubrandenburg

The Neubrandenburg Regional Museum (founded in 1872) is one of the oldest civic museums in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

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Large stone from Altentreptow, © TMV/Gohlke

Big stone from Altentreptow

  • Kastanienallee, 17087 Altentreptow

The colossus, which weighs around 450 tons, is the second largest erratic boulder in Germany with a length of 8 m and a height of 5 m and is 2 billion years old.

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© Leo Kraus

Radlercafe - proVie Theater in the old warehouse Hohenbüssow

  • Hohenbüssow, 17129 Alt Tellin

The Radler Cafe in the old granary of the green village oasis of Hohenbüssow in the Tollensetal valley is located on the EISZEITROUTE between Demmin and Klempenow and invites cyclists and hikers to take a break and linger. Guests can also expect a socio-cultural center with its own events in a community of 70 people.

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© AG Chemnitz

Strawberry & adventure farm Chemnitz

  • Neubrandenburger Str., 17039 Blankenhof OT Chemnitz

An eventful excursion for young and old! Space to romp, play, barbecue, pet animals and harvest! Agrargesellschaft Chemnitz is a classic mixed farm with arable farming and game management. On more than 2,000 hectares of arable land and grassland, field farming and animal husbandry of fallow and rusty deer, dairy cows and suckler cows are carried out with professional know-how and modern machinery.

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Vacation apartment at the Tollensetal, © Doreen Fink

Vacation apartment at the Tollensetal

  • Lange Str., 17089 Weltzin

Welcome to the Tollensetal - Our vacation apartment in the Vorpommersche river landscape between Tollense, Trebel and Peene, offers the nature lover quiet and relaxing vacations. Weltzin is a small village between Burow and Altentreptow about 1.5 km from the L35 and 10 km from the A20 freeway.

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