The Oder-Spree district is located in the east of the federal state of Brandenburg. Both the Oder and the Spree rivers touch the district.
Those who take time out in the Oder-Spree district of Brandenburg will still discover many places with almost untouched nature in some designated nature reserves.
Numerous cycle paths criss-cross the region and hiking trails invite you to explore the area.
Lakes invite you to swim and the region can also be explored by boat.
Excursion tips for the Oder-Spree district
Travel information about the Oder-Spree district
The nearest international airport is Berlin-Brandenburg.
The railway line from Berlin to Frankfurt (Oder) is the most important transport connection in the region. The regional express R1 stops at some stations twice an hour. The Königs Wusterhausen – Grunow railway line runs in a west-east direction. The RB 36 regional train runs here.
In addition, the RB 35 from Fürstenwalde to Beeskow and the RB 11 from Cottbus to Frankfurt (Oder) run through the district.
The district is crossed by the A 12 motorway, which connects to the Berliner Ring.
The Oder, the Spree, the Oder-Spree Canal and the Storkow Canal offer the opportunity to discover the district by boat.
On the way in…
The Spree Cycle Route begins in Upper Lusatia and ends in Berlin.