From Goyatz to the Spreewald

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Length: 15 km
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The state-approved resort of Goyatz has a port to the big wide world: via Lake Schwielochsee and the River Spree you can take a ship anywhere in the world – but Goyatz is the gateway to the Spreewald, too!
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  • Teilstrecken sind naturbelassen, Foto:TEG
  • Auf in den Spreewald, Foto: TEG
  • Abwechslungsreich, Foto: TEG
From here there are great bicycle tours into the Spreewald on quiet trails. The end point is in Straupitz. There are many highlights to explore. For example, the only Dutch windmill still in operation with three different production types is along this route. Then there are the two towers of the Schinkel church which are visible from a long distance, as well as a granary located nearby. Cyclists can now choose for themselves how they wish to explore the Hochspreewald.

Length:                                 15 kilometres

Start/finish:                            Goyatz/ Straupitz

How to get there:                    By car, bicycle or public transport: Bus 509, 508, 519

Return journey:                       By bike back to the car, public transport: 509, 508, 500

Route:                                    Goyatz – Leichhardt Trail to Mochow – bicycle road to Waldow – Lassow – Straupitz

Sights:       
  • Spreewald railway station in Goyatz
  • Schinkel church in Straupitz
  • Dutch windmill in Straupitz
  • Granary in Straupitz


Possible combinations:
  • Gherkin Cycle Path
  • Leichhardt Trail
  • Lake Schwielochsee Tour


Trail conditions:            natural to asphalted
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The state-approved resort of Goyatz has a port to the big wide world: via Lake Schwielochsee and the River Spree you can take a ship anywhere in the world – but Goyatz is the gateway to the Spreewald, too!
Continue readingcollapse
  • Teilstrecken sind naturbelassen, Foto:TEG
  • Auf in den Spreewald, Foto: TEG
  • Abwechslungsreich, Foto: TEG
From here there are great bicycle tours into the Spreewald on quiet trails. The end point is in Straupitz. There are many highlights to explore. For example, the only Dutch windmill still in operation with three different production types is along this route. Then there are the two towers of the Schinkel church which are visible from a long distance, as well as a granary located nearby. Cyclists can now choose for themselves how they wish to explore the Hochspreewald.

Length:                                 15 kilometres

Start/finish:                            Goyatz/ Straupitz

How to get there:                    By car, bicycle or public transport: Bus 509, 508, 519

Return journey:                       By bike back to the car, public transport: 509, 508, 500

Route:                                    Goyatz – Leichhardt Trail to Mochow – bicycle road to Waldow – Lassow – Straupitz

Sights:       
  • Spreewald railway station in Goyatz
  • Schinkel church in Straupitz
  • Dutch windmill in Straupitz
  • Granary in Straupitz


Possible combinations:
  • Gherkin Cycle Path
  • Leichhardt Trail
  • Lake Schwielochsee Tour


Trail conditions:            natural to asphalted
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Am Bahnhof 27

15913 Goyatz

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Tourismusverband Spreewald

Lindenstraße 1
03226 Vetschau/Spreewald OT Raddusch

Tel.: +49 (0) 35433-72299
Fax: +49 (0) 35433-72228

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