The Dahme-Spreewald district is located in the south-east of Brandenburg. A holiday in the Dahme-Spreewald area is a dreamy and relaxing time out at the gates of Berlin.
The Brandenburg district got its name from the river Dahme, which extends with its numerous lakes to the Spreewald.
The area of the district is very rich in forests and lakes, here you will find many agricultural areas. Beautiful nature parks, such as
- the Dahme lake district with the Dahme-Heideseen Nature Park,
- Lower Lusatia with the Niederlausitzer Landrücken Nature Park, and
- the Spreewald with the Spreewald Biosphere Reserve
invite you to go hiking, cycling and also water sports. The Spreewald has been designated a UNESCO biosphere reserve. Here you will find a unique habitat for numerous rare animal and plant species.
Those who prefer to discover castles, medieval villages and manor houses will also find interessting places during their holiday in the Dahme-Spreewald.
Excursion tips for a holiday in Dahme-Spreewald
Two days in the Spreewald - for us that meant two days of feasting and enjoying. We tried a few delicacies in the Spreewald and are thrilled with the diverse food in the Spreewald.
I spent two days in the Spreewald. I visited 5 towns and was shown interesting places everywhere. Now I realise that the Spreewald offers exciting excursion destinations worth discovering at any time of the year and I will definitely go there again and discover more!
Eichwalde is located in the Brandenburg district of Dahme-Spreewald directly on the border with Berlin-Köpenick and is the smallest municipality in Brandenburg with an area of only 2.8 km² . After our visit to neighbouring Schmöckwitz, we ended the weekend with a walk through Eichwalde.
It’s the end of July 2020: After many, many years it is finally going to happen. The opening of the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport BER in Germany’s capital city in October 2020. I was part of a test run before the opening.
Travel information about Dahme-Spreewald
Berlin-Brandenburg Airport BER is located in the north of the district.
From Berlin’s main station, you can reach Königs Wusterhausen by regional train (RE 2) and numerous smaller stations in the region by regional trains RB 24 and RB 36.
The Berlin A10 motorway ring and the A12 and A13 motorways run through the region. From the motorway junctions you often drive along romantic avenues through the district.
The Dahme waterway passes Königs Wusterhausen.
The DahmeRadweg and Hofjagdweg long-distance cycle routes run through the Dahme-Spreewald holiday region.
On the way in …
By public transport
Many towns and villages can be reached by regional trains and in some cases by suburban trains. The regional transport company offers numerous bus connections within the region.