The area around Berlin is full of wonderful lakes. Small to big, blue to green, some well known, other real hidden gems. Whether the sun is out and the water sparkles, or the water rough and the wind dancing around your nose – Berlin’s people like to go out into the nature. Thanks to the big amount of possibilities, there is a relaxing spot for everyone. And what better way to go there than with your bike? Marvelous paths and roads lead you through meadows and forests, along rivers and Berlin’s lakes.
We created a nice collection of tours, that will lead you along plenty of these wonderful blue waters. The tours are relatively short and the starting and ending points can easily be reached by public transport – perfect tours for the whole family. Paved roads, gravel and forest paths await you and will bring loads of fun. Berlin has so much to offer. So hop on your bike and off you go!
From the Great Wünsdorfer See, you will cycle through forests and past many smaller lakes to the fascinating Sperenberger Gipsbrüchen. Here is worth a longer break, because there is much to discover. Then it goes over the fields to Trebbin.The journey to Wünsdorf-Waldstadt takes place with the RE. Back from Trebbin it goes with the RE.
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From Trebbin it goes over Löwendorf to Spitzberg and Grundbergen. Here you have a great view everywhere and there are some great opportunities for a picnic. Then it goes to Blankensee and through the nature reserve Nuthe-Nieplitz-Niederung. Along Seddiner See you cycle to the destination of the tour.You can easily return to Trebbin with the RE and then with Seddin.
Right at the beginning of the tour, you can marvel at Marquardt Castle. Then it's quite comfortable on the Havel along to Brieselang. If the tour is too short for you, you can extend it here as desired. From almost any place you come with the S-Bahn or RB back to the city.The journey to the starting point in Marquardt is best done with the RE to Potsdam, then with the RB to Marquardt back from Brieselang you also come with the RB direction Spandau / Berlin Hbf.
Through the Briesetal along the water, through the beautiful forests, it goes from Hennigsdorf to Wensickendorf. A romantic tour, where there is a lot to see and do, especially for children.After Hennigsdorf you can easily get on the S-Bahn. Back from Wensickendorf you take the best GB to Karow and then the S-Bahn back to Berlin.
Between several blue lakes it goes from Fredersdorf to Hangelsberg. Shortly before Hangelsberg you come to the trout facility Klein Wall. Here you can go fishing, so catch your own trout and roast. An all-round perfect trip.To get to the starting point, it is best to take the S-Bahn to Fredersdorf. Retour from Hangelsberg it goes with the RE.
From Hangelsberg it goes along the Müggelspree, the Fürstenwalder Spree and then a crisp climb up into the forest to the Great Markgrafenstein. From here it goes down to the splendid Bad Saarow. A really great tour.The journey from Berlin to Hangelsberg is very easy with the RE. Back from Bad Saarow you come with the RB Fürstenwalde and then continue with the RE.
From Melchow it goes through Biesenthal through the beautiful Biesenthaler basin, past Lake Liepnitz and then past several small lakes to Wandlitz.
The journey to Melchow and the return journey from Wandlitzsee take place with the regional train.
Passing the Wandlitzsee and the Stolzenhagener See, we drive over the fields to Wenisch and then down to the Briesetal. Along beautiful forest paths and moors you reach Borgsdorf. A short but beautiful and exciting tour.The journey from Berlin is best with the S-Bahn to Karow and then with the RB to Wandlitzsee. Back from Borgsdorf it goes by S-Bahn.
From Bad Saarow away to Kolpin Lake and then to the cool inland dune Waltersberge - the largest sandpit for children in the region. Along the Great Storkow Lake, it then goes to the south end of the Scharmützelsee and over the fields to the destination in Lindenberg.The journey takes place from Berlin with the RE to Fürstenwalde, then with the RB to Bad Saarow. Back from Lindenberg with the RB to Königs-Wusterhausen, then with the RE to Berlin.