Begin this entertaining tour of Berlin from Lindenufer, in the center of Berlin-Spandau, where the Spree river flows into the Havel. Climb on board a renovated, historic steamboat with modern comfort for this exciting tour from east to west through the city.
The boat was built in 1909 and rebuilt in the 1950s. It provides outdoor seating on both the front and the upper decks, with optional seat cushions and blankets, as well as plenty of seating inside and on the back deck. There is a bar, featuring drinks and snacks, plus restroom facilities on board the boat.
On this boat trip through the lake district between Berlin and Potsdam, discover magnificent testimonies of Prussian history. Cruise past the former border between east and west and see landmark locations recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage sites. The scenery boasts landscape filled with magnificent castles, churches and parks.
Pass the fabled Schildhorn, Berlin's largest conservation area; Grunewald, a German forest and Berlin’s largest nature preserve and historical Grunewald Tower; Imcheninsel, one of the smallest nature reserves of Germany and much more.