Somewhat incongruous but with good views from the vicinity, this Greek-style temple, built in 1891, houses the tomb of Queen Louise of Prussia; among her other royal titles, she was Princess of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.
The palace may have gone but inhabiting its expansive gardens is the postcard-pretty, Neo-Gothic Scholsskirche, which was built in the mid-19th century…
2. Tiergarten Neustrelitz
First opened in 1721, this 14-hectare zoo has lynx, puma, European wildcats, kookaburras and numerous deer species, and is terrific for families.
3. Müritz National Park
This serene national park consists of bog and wetlands, and is home to a wide range of waterfowl, including ospreys, white-tailed eagles and cranes. Its…
4. City Wall
Neubrandenburg was founded in 1248 by Herbord von Raven, a Mecklenburg knight granted the land by Brandenburg Margrave Johann I, and building progressed…