town in Brandenburg state, Germany

Ludwigsfelde is a small industrial city with around 23,000 inhabitants a few km south of Berlin.

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From Berlin use the RE3 or RE4 to the Ludwigsfelde station (22 min). From Potsdam and Schönefeld Airport use the RB22 to the station Ludwigsfelde Struveshof. As the station is a bit outside of the city, the vbb[dead link] gives information on how to reach the city (german, pdf, plan of the bus network of the city included).

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Ludwigsfelde is directly connected to the Autobahn A10 ("Berliner Ring").

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There are multiple bus connections to Potsdam and one bus every hour to the Berlin S-Bahn station Buckower Chaussee, but you will most likely prefer to take the train.

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Map of Ludwigsfelde

The town centre is not that big and should be even walkable (also there exists a bus network), the whole city including all districts (11 small villages) has a size of 110km² - if you want to visit those, a car would be advantageous.

The bus network is centered on the train station of Ludwigsfelde, for a network map see the pdf above, timetables can be found here [dead link].

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  • Riding - there are several horse-riding centres around Ludwigsfelde and many ways, links to them are here [dead link] (German)
  • Hiking

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  • Alter Krug, Am Alten Krug 1 (near train station, use the tunnel to cross the railtracks), +49 3378 801466. Th-M 11:00-22:00. Built in 1751, this is the oldest building in Ludwigsfelde that still stands, and it was always used for gastronomy.
  • 1 Landgasthof Alter Dorfkrug, Dorfaue 19, +49 3378 80 13 92.

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Berlin and Potsdam to the north, or the beautiful and unique Spreewald Region to the south.

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