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Bad Brams­tedt

Those seeking rest and recreation, lovers of nature, sports fans and town tourists will get their full money’s worth in the small town of Bad Bramstedt at the heart of Holstein’s floodplain. The town invites its guests to unwind on relaxing walks, bike rides and canoe trips as well as with its Kneipp facilities.

Situated in the heart of Holstein’s floodplain landscape, Bad Bramstedt is the perfect place for recreation-seekers, nature-lovers, sports enthusiasts and city tourists. This idyllic alluvial and Roland town exudes its own special charm whatever the season.

Set amid an undulating forest landscape, crossed by six meadows, Bad Bramstedt invites you on city and adventure tours, picture-perfect canoe trips, excursions into the moors, relaxed bathing, lovely cycling, riding and walking tours, special animal experiences and much more. Bad Bramstedt is also close to the North Sea and Baltic Sea as well as Hamburg.

Day trippers, weekenders, spa and holiday guests are all welcome in the idyllic alluvial and Roland town of Bad Bramstedt whatever the time of year. Welcome!

Dis­cov­er Bad Brams­tedt


This small area of marshland lies east of Bad Bramstedt as part of a larger nature conservation area with an exceptional diversity of insect species.

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Roland with castle

Once toppled from its plinth, the stone Roland has been guarding the gates of Bramstedt Castle with timeless elegance since 1827.

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Insider tip


Osterauinsel is a verdant oasis in the precincts of the town. Old trees, an old water mill, a canoe entry point, a boules area and a modern fitness trail make this island near the town centre a peaceful space for sporting activities. The idyllic Osterauinsel is only accessible by bike or on foot via bridges.

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