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Walking, cycling, kayaking name it and you get it, your own way to traipse around a Venice-, or fairytale-, style woodland crisscrossed with canals, and among wooden houses, a hike which seems to take you back in time. Sample cucumber icecream or beer, or, if...More
This was a relaxing day. We had an excellent boatman on the waterways named Dirk Kleemann, who spoke excellent English. He was very knowledgeable about the area and its history. He showed us personal attention and even took us to see his house and carvings....More
Spreewald is definitely worth a visit and it is only about an hours drive away from Berlin. It is completely charming and this region is famous for their dill pickles and lein oel (linseed/flaxseed oil). It is Germany's version of the bayou and we paid...More
Sorry for sort of negative review. We probably weren't lucky and experienced quite extreme side of this peacefully looking place.
We booked kayak, enjoyed the paddling and in 1 sec everything changed. A huge tree right on the bank of the water channel made a...More
Very charming place. The city is beautiful, charming and also offers boat tours within the canals. You will be able to see more traditional architecture and find traditional handicraft in the museum. Great choice!
When you are tired of city sightseeing I recommend a day out in the Spreewald. Make sure you choose a sunny day as this will make all the difference. Its about an hours ride outside the city but well worth it. You can catch the...More