The route begins in the town of Fürstenwalde famous for its cathedral. Müllrose enjoys an idyllic lakeside setting and its market square is a great place to relax and watch the world go by. Eisenhüttenstadt is home to the 'Documentation Centre of Everyday Life in East Germany'. No visit to Neuzelle Abbey would be complete without sampling the beer brewed there, while the thermal baths in Bad Saarow are the perfect antidote to aching muscles. You can also explore the mysteries of meteorology at the Weather Museum in Lindenberg. The Schlaube Valley nature reserve offers a wealth of natural beauty. The valley is often referred to as the most beautiful in Brandenburg. Terrain: a well-planned route on mainly asphalt trails through a hilly landscape. Along the way there are swimming lakes, picturesque villages and small towns with lots of attractions, big and small. Scenery: the route runs along the edge of rivers, lakes and expanses of forest. The Schlaube Valley and Dahme-Heideseen nature reserves feature ravines, moors, open heathland and river meadows.