Hotels in Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany

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Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany
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Average price in Brandenburg an der Havel:$97/night
Cheapest price found:$46/night
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$54 - $141
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$73 - $130
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Where to stay in Brandenburg an der Havel

About Brandenburg an der Havel

Centred around an island in the River Havel, Brandenburg an der Havel is a beautifully preserved historic town south-west of Berlin. It was once a member of the Hanseatic League when it enjoyed extensive trade connections and became an important industrial hub for the German Empire in the 19th century.

Things to do in Brandenburg an der Havel

Dominating Brandenburg an der Havel’s island is the magnificent St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, which was established in the 12th century before being expanded into the Brick Gothic landmark seen today. Its ornate interior features red-banded arches, windows and ribbed vaults, as well as artwork dating back to the Middle Ages. Take note of the elaborately carved pulpit, the Bohemian altar and the 18th-century organ built by Joachim Wagner.

Also of note is Brandenburg an der Havel’s Old Town Hall, a 15th-century Gothic building with a stepped gable roof and a soaring clock tower. Standing in front is a larger-than-life statue of Germany’s most famous knight, Roland, who played a significant role in defending Francia’s borders against the Bretons.

Occupying the medieval monastery of St. Paul is the National Archaeological Museum, which showcases artefacts uncovered throughout the state of Brandenburg. Get up close to Neolithic surgical tools, centuries-old weaponry and one of the oldest woven fishing nets in the world. Built in 1286, St. Paul’s Monastery is an attraction in itself and is home to a popular cafe.

Getting around Brandenburg an der Havel

Brandenburg an der Havel is around 1.5 hour’s drive from Berlin and one hour from Berlin Brandenburg Airport, which has flights to destinations across the globe. Regular trains connect to the Brandenburg railway station and a network of trams travels throughout the town. Most of Brandenburg an der Havel’s attractions can be accessed on foot.

Facts about staying in Brandenburg an der Havel

  • What are the best hotels in Brandenburg an der Havel?

    Havel Cruiser, rated with a score of 7.9 from 67 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Brandenburg an der Havel. Other top stays include Sorat Hotel Brandenburg, with an average rating of 7.7 from 1,366 reviewers, and Havelhotel, with a score of 7.4 from 828 reviewers.

  • What is a good hotel near Industriemuseum?

    Haus Anke is a good hotel close to Industriemuseum - it has scored 8.6 over 14 reviews from HotelsCombined users.

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