Section G approx. 38 km from Wittenberge to Havelberg
The Elbe snakes around Havelberg, between parts of Altmark in Saxony-Anhalt and Prignitz in Brandenburg, through a region where the river not only separates two German states but was also the border between two countries. The riverbanks and forests of this sparsely populated region are home to many endangered species of animals and plants.
- Wittenberge is the gate to the Elbe floodplain
- In the most northern city in Saxony-Anhalt, Seehausen, in the footsteps of the Hanseatic League.
- Rühstadt - European centre of storks.
- Werben, the smallest town in Saxony-Anhalt boasts a romantic location on the Elbe, surrounded by a nature reserve.
- Bad Wilsnack: Pilgrimage, healing, spa baths, recovery.
- In Beuster, you can visit one of the oldest brick churches and the interesting Blaulichtmuseum emergency services museum.
- Where the Havel meets the Elbe: Gnevsdorf.
- Dive into a world of river landscapes in Havelbergs ‘Haus der Flüsse’ information centre.