Learn more about the Captain of Köpenick and discover a Berlin district with the special charm of the 19th century. On this 2-hour tour of Köpenick you will explore the fishing neighborhood, the slave castle, and many beautiful historical buildings.
What to Expect
In the southwest of Berlin, located on the Spree and Dahme rivers, the old town of Köpenick presents its special charm of the 19th century. Enjoy a 2-hour tour, which of course includes the story of the Captain of Köpenick.
The castle island, once a slave castle of Prince Jaxa and today a Baroque castle with the Museum of Decorative Arts, is certainly the main attraction. The old town and the fishing neighborhood with many buildings of historical significance are also good places for a stroll.
In the footsteps of the Captain of Köpenick, you will stroll from the town hall to the Baroque castle on the small island, where you can relax in a café overlooking the River Spree.
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