They immediately catch the visitor's eye - the extraordinary tile paintings on numerous buildings in the charming historic old town.
Romantically situated on the nearby banks of the Elbe River, the interested observer can expect a lot of sights worth seeing in the tile town. For the active recreation seeker, Boizenburg/Elbe is an ideal starting point for numerous cycling and hiking tours.
In addition to the beautiful tile pictures, the First German Tile Museum has played a significant role in Boizenburg/Elbe's nickname "Tile Town". The variety of historic tiles exhibited here in the styles of Historicism, Art Nouveau and Art Deco are breathtakingly beautiful and unique.
The idyllic rampart surrounding the old town with its more than 40 small bridges invites visitors to take a relaxing walk at any time of year. Not even a five-minute walk from the town center is the Boizenburg harbor with modern mooring facilities for pleasure boats and passenger ships. The willow tree "Boizenburger Schneck" with dimensions of 18 m x 9 m x 12 m is an impressive natural attraction, which is directly connected to the old town by means of a 450 m long symphonic willow walkway. Extensive and interestingly presented information about the town and its historical past can be found in the municipal museum of local history. The history of the inner-German border in the Boizenburg area is interestingly prepared and documented in the Elbberg Museum. The Elbe cycle path leads directly across Boizenburg harbor. Combined with great nature experiences, extended tours into the Biosphere Reserve River Landscape Elbe can be undertaken from here.
Enjoy your visit in and around Boizenburg/Elbe!