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Book Flights to Neubrandenburg, Germany

Flights to Neubrandenburg are always on sale with CheapOair. We offer cheap flights to Neubrandenburg year round. In addition to offering competitive airline tickets to top cities around the world, we provide travel guides and tips to inform your travel to Neubrandenburg. Read below to learn more about all there is to see and do on your next trip, and count on CheapOair to find you the best deals for all of your travel booking needs.
Places of Interest in Neubranenburg
Situated beside Tollensesee Lake, Neubrandenburg is a city in Germany. Nicknamed as “City of Four Gates” (Stadt der Vier Tore), Neubrandenburg is named so because of its four medieval gates. Neubrandenburg is renowned for its Brick Gothic medieval heritage, specially the greatly preserved walls and the St. Mary's Church. At present, St. Mary's Church is used as an art gallery and as a concert hall. While here, do not miss to visit the Orro Lilienthal Museum, the Museum in Steintor, the National Park, and the Muritzsee Lake during your stay in the city.
The Church of Virgin Mary (St. Mary's Church)
For more than seven centuries, the Church of Virgin Mary is the most significant and largest monument in Neubrandenburg. Since its construction, the church has been reconstructed numerous times due to various reasons. The present day concert church was opened in the year 2001. Later in the year 2007 five new bells and a new bell-chair were added in the St. Mary's Church tower.
Neubrandenburg Regional Museum
Located in Neubrandenburg, the Neubrandenburg Regional Museum is a cultural history museum. The museum was established in the year 1872 with the initiates of Neubrandenburg Museum Society. The society opened a permanent exhibition showcasing the history of the region in the year 1873. This permanent exhibition is displayed in the Treptow Gate's main tower.