Centuries ago, the village of Marienfelde was idyllically situated in the middle of rural Brandenburg. The nearby city of Berlin has long since gobbled up this little village, but with its cobble-stone streets, 19th century street lamps and imposing bourgeois villas, Marienfelde is still one of the prettiest places in the region. The centrepiece of the village is the Romanesque church, one of Berlin's oldest churches and one of the few remaining medieval buildings in the area. Erected in 1220, villagers used to flock here to escape marauding bands of robbers. Nowadays, Berliners flock here to flee the fumes and the chaos of the inner city. The nearby Manor House Park is also popular with day-trippers.
- Nearest Train: Buckower Chaussee