Cruise along the Müggelspree past the New Venice water district. Sail past Dämeritzsee, the Gosen Canal, Seddinsee, and the Grunau international regatta site before returning back to Treptow Harbor along the Spree.
What to Expect
Depart from Treptow Harbor and leave the hustle and bustle of the big city behind on an exciting 5-hour cruise through Müggelberge. Head to the old town of Köpenick, an area surrounded by idyllic parkland where a statue of the “Captain of Köpenick” stands by the town hall, then continue on towards Berlin’s largest lake – Müggelsee.
From the water, enjoy a view of greater and lesser Müggelberge, which boasts over 320 kilometers of forest paths and waterways. At a height of 82 meters, the Müggelturm offers a fascinating panoramic view of the Brandenburg countryside. Continue along the Müggelspree to the New Venice water district, with bridges and canals built in the 1920s, before crossing the Dämeritzsee and proceeding along the Gosen Canal to the Seddinsee and the oldest sports area of Berlin, the Grünau international regatta site. Finally, follow the Spree as the boat returns to Treptow Harbor.
Know Before You Go
Disabled persons with limited mobility and certified companions receive a 15% discount. Please book the student option.
Groups of more than 20 full-paying passengers receive a 15% group discount.