Mirow in the Mecklenburg Lake District

Date published: 18 May 2013 - Written by jasmar - Filed under creativenomads

Tags: Germany   Mecklenburg-Vorpommern   Mirow


Mirow is one of many towns in the Mecklenburg Lake District, which lie around Lake Müritz and inside Müritz National Park.

Müritz National Park contains over 1200 lakes and is a natural haven for indigenous German flora and fauna. It’s certainly one of the most beautiful parks in Germany. Plan ahead as you’ll want to stay here for quite a while: bring a bike, or a kayak, plus a tent and you’ll be set for weeks of adventures.

The jewel of Mirow is the Drei Königinnen Palais (three queens palace) situated in the heart of Mirow on Castle Island. There’s an old castle brewery there, which now functions as a hotel and restaurant. It has a beautiful Biergarten where you can sit outside and enjoy a view of the lake (although it’s not Lake Müritz).

From Mirow it’s possible to take a boat cruise and see just why people love this area. There are several other towns of note to visit, including Waren, Müritz, and Röbel. Neustrelitz is also very nice, as are the smaller nearby villages of Userin and Babke.

Our camp site at Dansen Our camp site at Dansen
Lakeside view at Dansen Lakeside view at Dansen
Lakeside view at Dansen Lakeside view at Dansen
Lakeside view at Dansen Lakeside view at Dansen
Lakeside view at Dansen Lakeside view at Dansen
Lakeside view at Dansen Lakeside view at Dansen
Lakeside view at Dansen Lakeside view at Dansen
Lakeside view at Dansen Lakeside view at Dansen
Lakeside view at Dansen Lakeside view at Dansen
Lakeside view at Dansen Lakeside view at Dansen


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