Lübbenau The Essential
Aside from its old town, Lübbenau is worth a stop for its St Nicholas church, built in the 18C by an architect whose specialty was fortification. The interior, in the Baroque style, is surprisingly homogeneous. Note the tombs, and particularly that of Count Moritz Carl Zu Lynar. The castle quarter is also worth seeing, with the chancery building, the castle itself - now a hotel, and the orangery.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Lübbenau
This region, resembling a «Green Venice,
240 minutes
Boat excursions
Boat excursions
A flat-bottomed boat is the best means
15 minutes