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Sightseeing in the Area

Discover the surrounding area of Schloss Lüdersburg. Enjoy pristine nature in the Lüneburger Heide (heath landscape), or shop and sightsee in Lüneburg and Hamburg. There is so much to discover in northern Germany!

Elbe Flood Plain Biosphere Reserve in Lower Saxony

Natural treasure and lifeline – in the green pastures along the Elbe you will find plants and animals that have been extinct for a long time elsewhere. Along the last unspoiled river in Europe, a unique paradise with orchids, beavers and sea eagles has been preserved in the UNESCO biosphere reserve stretching from Scharnebeck to Wittenberge.

Distance: 7 km

Salt and Hanseatic City of Lüneburg

Experience Lüneburg, the old salt and Hanseatic city with more than 1000 years of history. The architectural elements of a medieval city are still apparent today. The city, with its renowned university, offers a unique example of northern German brick architecture. Worth visiting: Town hall, German Salt Museum and Brewery Museum.

Distance: 15 km

Lüneburger Heide

The perfect place to hike, relax and enjoy. Explore one of the largest and most appealing natural landscapes in Germany on foot, by bike or from a carriage. Traditionally, most visitors come in August and September. But the true Heide fans often prefer spring or autumn, when the rapeseed fields are bright yellow or the autumn foliage delights.


Gateway to the world: A harbor tour offers a close-up view of gigantic ships from around the world, floating docks and the fascinating warehouse district. Relax in the middle of the city on a boat trip around the Alter lake or through the canals. Discover the great variety that this city has to offer: Michel (church), Jungfernstieg, Neuer Wall, Mönckebergstrasse, Gänsemarkt (all shopping areas), Köhlbrandbrücke (impressive bridge), the town hall and the free port.

Distance: 60 km

Foto : / Christian Spahrbier