Who will be in with the car Hotel in Frankfurt-Oder arrives and plans trips through Brandenburg from there, will find many interesting destinations. Many interesting villages and towns can be reached in less than an hour. After an eventful day, you return to Frankfurt-Oder with many memories and can spend the day, for example, in the Restaurant Kontor let it fade away
For example, you can reach Bad Saarow in around 40 minutes. The Moorheilbad is best known for its thermal springs and mineral-rich mud. More than 100 years ago spa guests came to the place to treat skin diseases. Since 1923 the place has been allowed to call itself "Bad". After reunification, Bad Saarow was recognized as a spa in 1998. The health resort is characterized by its park-like and wooded properties. In the founding years, from 1906, an extraordinary villa colony was built here. In addition, the place is located on the beautiful Scharmutzelsee, where you can also sail very well. Many celebrities, such as the boxer Max Schmeling, were drawn to Bad Saarow early on. In the "Golden Twenties" the rich and beautiful from Berlin liked to come to the place to relax. The sights of the town include the evangelical church and an art gallery with changing exhibitions and events. If you are looking for peace and relaxation, you will find it on a walk on the Scharmutzelsee or through the spa park.
It is also one way to Beeskow Hotel in the center of Frankfurt-Oder from not far. Around the city there are large forest and meadow areas with many small and large lakes. Beeskow is the gateway to Lower Lusatia. There are many pretty houses to see around the market square, including the oldest house in town, which was built around 1482. However, most visitors come to the city to see the medieval Beeskow Castle. Today, the castle houses a regional museum, among other things. Exhibitions on art in the former GDR are also regularly held here. St. Mary's Church, one of the largest brick Gothic churches in the region, is also worth seeing. In addition, large parts of the standing wall and some towers have been preserved. Varied cultural events such as the fishing festival in August or the Oder-Spree opera take place in Beeskow again and again.
In Märkische Schweiz, about 50 kilometers from Frankfurt-Oder, is the Kneipp spa town of Buckow with the Buckow lido on the Schermutzelsee. An unusually mild climate prevails in Buckow. Buckow is therefore also the only recognized Kneipp health resort in the region. Around 1900, Berliners discovered Buckow as an excursion destination. Some also moved their summer residence to Buckow. Among other things, Bertolt Brecht and Helene Weigel had a summer house on the Schermutzelsee in the 1950s. Today the house houses a museum. But the palace park from the 17th century is very popular. However, the associated lock is no longer preserved.
In about 30 minutes by car you can reach from his Hotel in Frankfurt-Oder from also Fürstenwalde / Spree, the most populous town in the Oder-Spree district. The landmark of the city is the Cathedral of St. Marien. For this reason, Fürstenwalde / Spree has been allowed to call itself “Cathedral City” at least unofficially since 2013. Due to the many forests around the city, it is also often called the "Green City on the Spree". Fürstenwalde / Spree is a city with a long, eventful history. When walking through the city, some places are particularly noticeable. In addition to the St. Marien Cathedral, the town houses in the old town are particularly worth seeing. Like the old town hall, they date from the 17th and 18th centuries and are often baroque half-timbered houses. In addition to other buildings and museums worth seeing, the green areas are particularly attractive. Among other things, the city is happy about a city park and the promenade on the banks of the Spree.