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Tourism Routes

Mondrian Route

The Netherlands

Discover where I, Piet, lived and worked. With the Mondrian Routes you can walk in my footsteps through Amsterdam, Domburg, Laren and Winterswijk.



The Ahrenshoop Art Trail / Kunstpfad

Ahrenshoop, Germany

The art trail is a circular walk that leads to ten atmospheric works by renowned artists at the location where they were created. You will discover Ahrenshoop through the eyes of the painters and learn interesting facts about their personalities and works. Some of the paintings can be found in the original in the collection exhibition at the Ahrenshoop Art Museum.



Uit de kunst (cycling route)

Nunspeet, The Netherlands

In Nunspeet you can follow an Art trail by bike!
With this cycling route everyone can experience the Nunspeet area in a special way. Discover the story of the artists’ colony behind the locations you encounter along the way. The bike ride takes you past the homes and studios of the artists and past places that were popular for painting.
Along the route there are ten informative panels that mark important places for the artists of the past. The cycle route leads you through Nunspeet, Hulshorst, Elspeet and Vierhouten along places where the artists stayed, met and where they found inspiration for their paintings. The route is approximately 45 kilometers long and takes the first 10 kilometers through Nunspeet. The ‘Uit de kunst bicycle route’ is a special collaboration between the Noord-Veluws Museum and the Nunspeet Uit de kunst Foundation.


The booklet with cycling route is available at the tourist office and at the Noord-Veluws Museum in Nunspeet (€ 3,00)


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Art trails in Schwaan / Kunstpfade Schwaan

Schwaan, Germany

Discover with the eyes of painters

Go on a search for traces of the artists in Schwaan. Find the places where the works were once created. Under the title “Searching for Traces”, we would like to introduce you to three paths around Schwaan that deal with the theme of landscape painting. The starting point for the walk is the art museum. The paths lead you out of the town centre to the banks of the Warnow, into the Lindenbruch and back to the starting point.


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Artist path / Künstlerweg

Dachau, GER

By 1900, Dachau had grown to become a nationally renowned centre for landscape painting. The artists’ colony of Dachau became widely known. Three artists in particular contributed to this: Adolf Hölzel, Ludwig Dill and Arthur Langhammer.

Discover these and other painters of the artists’ colony and their motifs on this tour.

At the painting pillars, you take in the painters’ perspective on their motifs. You can see most of these paintings in the original in the permanent exhibition of the Dachau Picture Gallery.


Starting point: Dachau Rathausterasse
Trail length: approx. 5.7 km
Condition: Path includes stairs, alternative paths without stairs see map
Duration: approx. 2 hours
Height difference: 20 m


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School of Tervuren walk / School van Tervurenwandeling

Tervuren, BE

45 min – 3,5 km

Discover the sites where painters of the School of Tervuren once placed their easels.

At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, many painters came to Tervuren. They drew inspiration from nature. This group of painters is better known as ‘The School of Tervuren’.

School Van Tervurenwandeling 2023

Audio walk / radio play

Jamlitz, GER

In the forest and on the heath. The fate of the village of Jamlitz. (German language)
An audio drama made by
Kai-Uwe Kohlschmidt and Andreas Weigelt


Far from the centre of the world, in Lower Lusatia, lies a village that has been ravaged by the history of the last 100 years like no other. Jamlitz. The beauty of the landscape was to be both the village’s fortune and its undoing. Around 1900, artists discovered the picturesque surroundings and settled here. Many famous people soon visited the village. In the 1940s, the SS began to build the Kurmark military training area in the neighbourhood. They built a concentration camp in the centre of the village specifically for this purpose. After the war, the Soviet occupying forces converted the barracks into Special Camp No. 6. For the next 40 years, Jamlitz was at the centre of the largest Soviet military camp in the GDR. The railway station, where so many of these stories began, is now an educational centre for street children. The radio play takes a radiophonic journey through all these dramatic and epic stories. Over forty contemporary witnesses have their say. Villagers, survivors of the concentration camp and the special camp, street- and artists children tell the chequered and fateful history of the small village.

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