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At the Gates of Berlin – On Lakes Dahme and Scharmützelsee, Foto: Wieck
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At the Gates of Berlin – On Lakes Dahme and Scharmützelsee, Foto: Wieck
Habour Bad Saarow/Scharmützelsee, Foto: Wieck

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At the Gates of Berlin – On Lakes Dahme and Scharmützelsee

On Lakes Dahme and Scharmützelsee (approx. 136 km / 2 to 3 days)

The landscape surrounding Berlin is rich in lakes and forests. Boat captains pilot along dozens of small and big lakes along the peaceful River Dahme. The “Dahme-Heidesee” nature reserve shields this unique landscape with its vast, wonderfully scented pine tree woods. Lake Scharmützelsee, a highly popular travel destination with Berlin´s residents, provides everything guests long for. The lake, also referred to as the “Märkische Meer”, appeals to visitors with its munificence and dreamy villages like Bad Saarow, a health resort steeped in tradition. The resort town is also known for its high-end hotels, first-class wellness offerings, immaculate lakeside promenade, as well as one of Germany´s most beautiful golf courses. Numerous harbours and jetties for pleasure vessels, cafés and beer gardens ensure a convenient and pleasant vacation on the water. Water tourists piloting toward Königs Wusterhausen require a license for pleasure crafts. Going further from there, a license for charter boats is sufficient.
Route:  River Dahme, Lake Zeuthener See, RiverDahme, Lake Dolgensee, Lake Langer See, Lake Wolziger See, Storkower Kanal (canal), Lake Scharmützelsee
Along the shore: Königs Wusterhausen: Prieros Palace: Nature reserve information centre Storkow: Bad Saarow Castle; Health Spa Park (Kurpark): Saarow Thermal Bath and Spa (Therme), golf and tennis facilities
Waterways: varied course of River Dahme connecting numerous larger and smaller lakes; Storkower Kanal provides link to Lake Scharmützelsee; Teupitz waters form a picturesque chain of lakes; a license for charter boats is required starting from Königs Wusterhausen; there is a total of 5 locks.

additional regional contact:
Tourismusverband Dahme-Seen e.V.
Tourist information
Am Bahnhof
15711 Königs Wusterhausen
Phone:+49 (0)3375-2520-19 and ext. -25
Fax: +49 (0)3375-252011
E-mail info@dahme-seen.de
www.dahme-seen.de
On Lakes Dahme and Scharmützelsee (approx. 136 km / 2 to 3 days)

The landscape surrounding Berlin is rich in lakes and forests. Boat captains pilot along dozens of small and big lakes along the peaceful River Dahme. The “Dahme-Heidesee” nature reserve shields this unique landscape with its vast, wonderfully scented pine tree woods. Lake Scharmützelsee, a highly popular travel destination with Berlin´s residents, provides everything guests long for. The lake, also referred to as the “Märkische Meer”, appeals to visitors with its munificence and dreamy villages like Bad Saarow, a health resort steeped in tradition. The resort town is also known for its high-end hotels, first-class wellness offerings, immaculate lakeside promenade, as well as one of Germany´s most beautiful golf courses. Numerous harbours and jetties for pleasure vessels, cafés and beer gardens ensure a convenient and pleasant vacation on the water. Water tourists piloting toward Königs Wusterhausen require a license for pleasure crafts. Going further from there, a license for charter boats is sufficient.
Route:  River Dahme, Lake Zeuthener See, RiverDahme, Lake Dolgensee, Lake Langer See, Lake Wolziger See, Storkower Kanal (canal), Lake Scharmützelsee
Along the shore: Königs Wusterhausen: Prieros Palace: Nature reserve information centre Storkow: Bad Saarow Castle; Health Spa Park (Kurpark): Saarow Thermal Bath and Spa (Therme), golf and tennis facilities
Waterways: varied course of River Dahme connecting numerous larger and smaller lakes; Storkower Kanal provides link to Lake Scharmützelsee; Teupitz waters form a picturesque chain of lakes; a license for charter boats is required starting from Königs Wusterhausen; there is a total of 5 locks.

additional regional contact:
Tourismusverband Dahme-Seen e.V.
Tourist information
Am Bahnhof
15711 Königs Wusterhausen
Phone:+49 (0)3375-2520-19 and ext. -25
Fax: +49 (0)3375-252011
E-mail info@dahme-seen.de
www.dahme-seen.de
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