A glance at the map shows that you can travel along many different bodies of water in Berlin. The Spree and the Havel flow through the city. There are large and small lakes in the city that invite you to relax. So it’s no wonder that water sports and recreation on, in and on the water are very important in the city.
Discover small and big adventures around the theme of Berlin’s waterfront. From a leisurely steamboat trip to stand-up paddling, from a walk along the Spree to a voyage of discovery on an island – everyone will find their relaxation or adventure here.
Berlin Reinickendorf - one of the most popular destinations in the district, the Greenwich Promenade, is located on the banks of Lake Tegler. For us, it is one of the local recreation areas that we visit more often and enjoy during a walk.
As a Berliner, you know the Spree - or so you think… A walk along the Spree is pure relaxation.
A steamboat trip in Berlin is simply part of every visit to Berlin. But a steamboat trip in Berlin is also a wonderful way for us Berliners to relax.
We were out and about for you in Berlin and tried out a dreamy place for a few relaxing hours.
Have you ever been on a typical Berlin boat tour?Berlin is a city of contrasts. Modern buildings meet tranquil parks and waterways. Therefore, the city absolutely lends itself to be discovered by boat.
The Spandau Lock is in Berlin, in the district Spandau. It helps ships to cross from the Lower Havel (Untere Havel) into the Upper Havel (Obere Havel) despite their different water levels.
It is Sunday and the sun is shining. We were invited to try stand up paddle boarding in Berlin on the Schlachtensee Lake. So, here we go to the Schlachtensee Lake in Grunewald. Before we started our stand up paddle boarding experience, we researched what SUP is and whom it is suitable for.
The Pfaueninsel is located in the Havel in the south-west of Berlin. Since 1990, it has been listed on the list of UNESCO as World Cultural Heritage and is managed by the Stiftung Preußischer Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg – a foundation for cultural property and parks in Berlin and Brandenburg.