Along this completely barrier-free cycle route you can still discover many traces from the time when the native Dutchwoman Louise-Henriette brought many people of her country to Brandenburg. After the Thirty Years' War, they brought about an upsurge in the agricultural economy, which remains unforgotten.
Between Oranienburg and Liebenwalde, the river Havel winds its way through meadows, tree groups, small villages and forests. The comparison with Holland is obvious, especially as the course of the course, clockwise, has a minimum gradient. If you are traveling with a handbike, you can stay in Oranienburg without barriers.