Pond Tour

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Length: 21 km
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The 21-kilometre pond tour takes you into the world of water. Starting from the tourist information centre in the palace park in the town of Vetschau/Spreewald, you cycle past the summer bathing area in the direction of the Reptener Teiche ponds. With the adjacent Kusswig peat ditch, these landscapes form precious wetland biotopes. You also pass Lake Bischdorfer See: when flooding is complete, this is to be used for tourism. Meanwhile Lake Kahnsdorfer See is to be left in its natural state. Raddusch Naturhafen is a natural harbour situated in a quiet and idyllic spot and is the ideal starting point for a relaxing cruise. Passing Buschmühle along the Radduscher Kaupen and the pond Kossateich, you reach the 50-hectare water landscape of the Stradow ponds. Here it is definitely worth stopping off briefly to observe the numerous waterfowl. Once you arrive in Vetschau/Spreewald, you can visit the NABU White Stork Information Centre provides which details of the white stork, a typical Spreewald bird.
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  • Die Stradower Teichlandschaft aus der Vogelperspektive, Foto: Holger Neumann
  • Singschwan im Brutrevier, Foto: Holger Neumann
  • Idyllischer Spreewald, Foto: Peter Becker
  • Der Bischdorfer See, in der Nähe die Slawenburg Raddusch, Foto: Holger Neumann
  • Abendstimmung in Stradow, Foto: Tourist-Information Schlossremise
  • Vielfältige Aktivitäten im Spreewald, Foto: Peter Becker
Length: 21 kilometres

Start/finish: Tourist information centre Schlossremise Vetschau/Spreewald

Logo/route sign: not specified

Directions:
  • Train: Take the RE2 from Berlin central station to Vetschau/Spreewald. From here it is a 15-minute walk to the Schlossremise tourist information centre
  • Car: Via the A13 and A15 to Vetschau/Spreewald

Route: Vetschau/Spreewald, Repten, Koßwig, Göritz, Raddusch, Radduscher Kaupen, Stradow, Vetschau/Spreewald

Points of interest/background:

  • Vetschau/Spreewald: Palace and park, Schlossremise with exhibition “Wedding Stories”, Wendish-German twin church, NABU White Stork Information Centre
  • Repten: Reptener Teiche Nature Reserve and Koßwig peat ditches

Göritz: Göritz farmer’s kitchen and farm shop with seasonal vegetables

  • Lake Bischdorfer See and Lake Kahnsdorfer See
  • Raddusch: Slawenburg, local history parlour, Naturhafen with Dragonfly Art and Nature Trail, Buschmühle
  • Stradow: Stradow pond landscape

Possible combinations: Gherkin Cycle Path, Lower Lusatia Mining Tour, Crane Tour, Prince Pueckler Path
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The 21-kilometre pond tour takes you into the world of water. Starting from the tourist information centre in the palace park in the town of Vetschau/Spreewald, you cycle past the summer bathing area in the direction of the Reptener Teiche ponds. With the adjacent Kusswig peat ditch, these landscapes form precious wetland biotopes. You also pass Lake Bischdorfer See: when flooding is complete, this is to be used for tourism. Meanwhile Lake Kahnsdorfer See is to be left in its natural state. Raddusch Naturhafen is a natural harbour situated in a quiet and idyllic spot and is the ideal starting point for a relaxing cruise. Passing Buschmühle along the Radduscher Kaupen and the pond Kossateich, you reach the 50-hectare water landscape of the Stradow ponds. Here it is definitely worth stopping off briefly to observe the numerous waterfowl. Once you arrive in Vetschau/Spreewald, you can visit the NABU White Stork Information Centre provides which details of the white stork, a typical Spreewald bird.
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  • Die Stradower Teichlandschaft aus der Vogelperspektive, Foto: Holger Neumann
  • Singschwan im Brutrevier, Foto: Holger Neumann
  • Idyllischer Spreewald, Foto: Peter Becker
  • Der Bischdorfer See, in der Nähe die Slawenburg Raddusch, Foto: Holger Neumann
  • Abendstimmung in Stradow, Foto: Tourist-Information Schlossremise
Length: 21 kilometres

Start/finish: Tourist information centre Schlossremise Vetschau/Spreewald

Logo/route sign: not specified

Directions:
  • Train: Take the RE2 from Berlin central station to Vetschau/Spreewald. From here it is a 15-minute walk to the Schlossremise tourist information centre
  • Car: Via the A13 and A15 to Vetschau/Spreewald

Route: Vetschau/Spreewald, Repten, Koßwig, Göritz, Raddusch, Radduscher Kaupen, Stradow, Vetschau/Spreewald

Points of interest/background:

  • Vetschau/Spreewald: Palace and park, Schlossremise with exhibition “Wedding Stories”, Wendish-German twin church, NABU White Stork Information Centre
  • Repten: Reptener Teiche Nature Reserve and Koßwig peat ditches

Göritz: Göritz farmer’s kitchen and farm shop with seasonal vegetables

  • Lake Bischdorfer See and Lake Kahnsdorfer See
  • Raddusch: Slawenburg, local history parlour, Naturhafen with Dragonfly Art and Nature Trail, Buschmühle
  • Stradow: Stradow pond landscape

Possible combinations: Gherkin Cycle Path, Lower Lusatia Mining Tour, Crane Tour, Prince Pueckler Path
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Arrival planner

Schlossstraße 10

03226 Vetschau/Spreewald

Weather Today, 19. 8.

19 26
Possible drizzle overnight.

  • Saturday
    18 25
  • Sunday
    16 26

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Tourist information

Tourismusverband Spreewald

Lindenstraße 1
03226 Vetschau/Spreewald OT Raddusch

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

Weather Today, 19. 8.

19 26
Possible drizzle overnight.

  • Saturday
    18 25
  • Sunday
    16 26

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