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  1. S-Bahn Berlin planned a hike.

    5 days ago

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    4.45 mi
    2.4 mph
    75 ft
    75 ft
    1. S-Bahn Berlin

      Spandau really doesn't lack one thing: water! The Havel stretches kilometer by kilometer along the westernmost district of Berlin. With this tour we don't just show you the popular banks of the Havel. With the Grimnitz and Südparksee you will discover two picturesque bodies of water in the middle of Spandau, which develop a wonderful flair, especially in winter. If it has been particularly cold for a long time, it is even worthwhile to pack ice skates.With the S-Bahn lines S3 and S9 you whiz out to Spandau in a warm wagon every 20 minutes. Quickly put on your gloves and wrapped up in your winter clothes, you stroll to the banks of the Havel. Even in the cold season you can see the mighty cargo ships passing here.You only move away from the water for a short distance, then it goes through the Grimnitzpark over a narrow headland to a pretty vantage point on the Frey Bridge. Countless cars roll here day after day from the city center to Spandau and back. A small path leads you past the Grimnitzsee, which was created in the third last Ice Age. You can just really understand the cold. Once you have crossed Pichelsdorfer Straße, you are already strolling through the next idyllic park. The south park with its lake of the same name and numerous water birds attracts Spandau's residents in every season. Whether for short walks or even a round with runners over the ice - but remember that an enclosed ice surface always harbors a danger.Typical Spandau charm envelops you on the way back through small streets and along the moat. If you like, you can make a quick visit to the ancient old town before the S-Bahn takes you back home.

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  2. S-Bahn Berlin planned a hike.

    5 days ago

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      Ice and snow, the wintry, low-lying sun and a few beautiful forest lakes - Mühlenbecker Land is transformed into a winter dream during the cold season, which brings peace and serenity with it. Pack a thermos with hot tea, punch or mulled wine and walk with us to the Tegeler Fließal with its ice-cold, magical waters.It starts at the Mühlenbeck-Mönchmühle S-Bahn station, where the S8 arrives every 20 minutes. The rails will accompany you for a while. As soon as you have crossed the A10, however, you leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind you and dive into the quiet forest area. A beautiful beech forest welcomes you, the branches covered with frosty crystals.After five kilometers you will find the shore of the Mühlenbeck lake, which can be wrapped in a wonderful snow-white dress in winter. You stroll from the south bank to the north bank, past the Summter carp ponds and on to the Summter Lake. In summer you are seldom to yourself here, but in the winter months there is also peace and quiet on the icy bank. Time for the steaming drink you brought with you to a magical lake backdrop.The way back takes you through the pretty towns of Summt and Feldheim, then after a short section across the field, the first houses of Mühlenbeck appear in front of you. At the village church, turn onto Berliner Straße and follow this until you meet the S-Bahn rails again. The heated wagons of the S8 will bring you safely back to the city.

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      • 5 days ago

  3. S-Bahn Berlin planned a hike.

    October 12, 2021

    Senior K, Peter Staasmeyer and 2 others like this.
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      When the postman rings your doorbell these days, he is usually on the bike that was filled in one of the many distribution centers. But that was not always so. Fully packed carriages rattled with horses harnessed over stone-paved forest paths from Hamburg to Berlin. With this wonderful autumn tour you will follow the traces of the Alte Hamburger Poststraße deep in the undergrowth of the Krämer forest.The regional trains RE 6 or RB 55 go every hour from the main station to Velten (Mark). At the weekend, however, the RB 55 only runs every two hours. Alternatively, you can take the S-Bahn to Hennigsdorf and take the RE 6 from there. From here it is only five minutes by regional train to the start. The first few kilometers lead you through Velten and its suburbs, framed by bright fields.Shortly before the 62 meter high Kalittenberg you turn south and dive into the colorful sea of leaves of the Krämer forest. On the edge of the Pfannberge you will come across the Alte Hamburger Poststraße and follow the numerous milestones and poles that tell of their history. At the Ziegenkrug there is no longer an inn, but you can take a breather on a few wooden benches and soak up the autumn mood. A good kilometer further, however, the Waldhaus zur Saubucht tempts you to take a long break with hearty German cuisine. At the height of the Kalittenberg you will meet again on the path you know, which will bring you back to the Velten station and the trains.

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      • October 13, 2021

  4. S-Bahn Berlin planned a hike.

    October 12, 2021

    Senior K, Andrea and 3 others like this.
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      When the sun is lower and lower in the sky in autumn, the most beautiful orange and red tones unfold, bathing the lake landscape around the capital in a warm, romantic atmosphere. Far away from the hustle and bustle of the big city, you can indulge your thoughts in northeast Berlin and soak up the lovely atmosphere.Every 20 minutes you can take the S5 S-Bahn to Strausberg station. A few steps lead you through the Strausberger Vorstadt and past the Postbruch district to the picturesque Bötzsee. A popular bathing lake in summer, the riverside path around the Bötzsee develops into a colorful autumn spectacle. On its north bank, a pretty wooden bench invites you to take a break with a view.The route continues between Bötzsee and Fängersee, first over the land connection, then on the bank of the wooded Fängersee to the north. The tree vegetation opens up again and again and gives you great views of the glittering water. At the Wesendahler Mühle you turn towards Straussee, where you can stop for a coffee and a piece of cake in the Roten Hof. If you have the kids with you, they are sure to be happy about the lovingly managed petting zoo. From the S5 you can enjoy the passing landscape on the way back before you head back into the city.

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      • October 13, 2021

  5. S-Bahn Berlin planned a hike.

    October 11, 2021

    Senior K, Iris and 3 others like this.
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      Roast wild boar with cranberries or would you prefer a tasty mushroom pan? Whichever delicious food you choose on your hike, the wonderful view over Lake Bodden is always included. You will earn it on this round tour with a walk over winding wooden walkways through enchanted marshland.With the S-Bahn lines S1 or S8 you chug comfortably to Birkenwerder. Here you can hardly feel anything from the big city. Instead, one small lake follows the next. Whether Mönchsee or Boddensee, the idyllic waters are framed by wonderfully contrasting foliage. The rustic restaurant of the same name juts out into the water on the banks of the Bodensee. With cozy warmth you can really enjoy yourself here - with nice weather also on the panoramic lake terrace.True to the motto “take a thousand steps after eating”, you take a detour to the Briesesee with the picturesque Briessteig, which brings you dry feet through the swampy landscape. You then stroll back through the foothills of the Briesetal to the Birkenwerder S-Bahn station.

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      • October 13, 2021

  6. S-Bahn Berlin planned a hike.

    October 11, 2021

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      Spandau was and always is something special. Although officially a district of the capital, Spandau has retained its own character and independence through its location alone. Few bridges lead to the westernmost west of Berlin, into the old town, which enchants with ancient buildings. Right in the middle of it all is the cozy brewery, which is known and loved far beyond the district boundaries.The S-Bahn lines S3 and S9 go every 20 minutes to Spandau station, your starting point. You are only a stone's throw away from the banks of the Havel, along which you can stroll with relish to the street Am Juliusturm. A quick visit will take you to the imposing citadel made of glowing red brick, one of the best preserved Renaissance fortresses in Europe. In the cool and cold season, bats find their winter quarters here and you can even learn a lot about the fascinating animals on guided tours.From there it goes back over the Havel and over the Mühlengraben. After a short round through the Wröhmännerpark you turn to the Brauhaus Berlin. Rustic food, strong beer that is still brewed here, and huge copper kettles will keep you sinking for a while. You shouldn't miss a tasty Havelbräu. If you can break away from the quaint atmosphere, you can walk back through the old town with its beautiful half-timbered houses to the train station.

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      • October 13, 2021

  7. S-Bahn Berlin planned a hike.

    October 11, 2021

    Wandertrude and Torstman like this.
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      Hidden deep in the forest is an enchanted witch's house - a classic. At the gates of Berlin, however, you don't need to dive far into the undergrowth to be enchanted by magical culinary arts. With this tour we take you out to field landscapes with picturesque trenches in the south of the capital, which is of course crowned by a hearty stop.Every ten minutes the S-Bahn line S2 stops in Lichtenrade, your starting point. Only a few hundred meters further you cross the city limits, which are surrounded by fragrant woods. Past the Waldblick settlement you follow a narrow path that leads you through reeds and reed beds along the Mahlower Seegraben. Absolutely idyllic! Halfway through the route you stand in front of a quaint, small inn that you can overlook behind the high hedge. Sohny's Hexenhaus spoils you with coffee, cake, but also hearty dishes such as schnitzel and at times even pork knuckle and roast goose. Every step further is a little difficult.Well saturated and satisfied you leave the village of Birkholz and hike back to the edge of the forest and town over field paths. Over soft forest floor covered with colorful foliage, it goes into the city to the Schichauweg S-Bahn station, where you can get back on the S2 and make your way home.

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      • October 14, 2021

  8. S-Bahn Berlin planned a hike.

    October 11, 2021

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      An extended autumn hike through colorful deciduous forests, along romantic streams and sparkling lakes. The whole thing garnished with crunchy salads, crispy schnitzel or delicious game goulash - sounds like a perfect day in the cooler season! Another bonus point when strolling through the wet meadows and swamps of the Löcknitz Valley in the autumn months: You can safely leave the mosquito spray at home.The S3 S-Bahn line is your feeder into nature. It stops at Erkner station every 20 minutes. You walk across the Flakenfließ, follow the rails for a while and then turn into the lovely valley of the Löcknitz. The small river meanders picturesquely through the wooded landscape. Four stone frogs watch over the valley under a bridge. The wonderful Löcknitztalweg always stays very close to the Löcknitz until you cross it at the level of Chausseestrasse.Along the country road it goes into Grünheide (Mark), where the Heydewirt beckons on the connecting canal between Peetzsee and Werlsee from Wednesday to Sunday with a lot of cosiness and a warm restaurant. From fresh to hearty to sweet and juicy, everything your palate could desire is included. The view of the beautiful Peetzsee is the icing on the cake.The way back takes you north of the Werlsee to Fangschleuse and further past smaller lakes. The Löcknitz is your companion for a short while, then it's only a few steps to Erkner, where you hop back on the train.

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      • October 14, 2021

  9. S-Bahn Berlin planned a hike.

    October 11, 2021

    Torstman likes this.
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      Family forest idyll and a pretty forest walk with a view of the water? On this tour between Eichwald and Grünau, you have the cozy forest restaurant Hanff's Ruh on the list in addition to a charming autumnal sea of leaves.Set off to the southeast from Berlin to Eichwalde. The S8 and S46 lines stop every 20 minutes at the S-Bahn station of the same name. The journey there alone is an experience, because the S-Bahn is already chugging through the colorful forest area that you are about to cross. For a while you follow the rails in the direction from which you came. Then you turn into the Berlin city forest. Always straight ahead to the Long Lake, a widening of the Dahme. Here you stroll a little along the shore with a nice view.A little later you leave the lake in favor of the forest and soon follow the turns of the Krumme Lake, which mystically meanders through the wood. At its end, the rustic Hanff's Ruh forest restaurant is already waiting for you. In summer the natural beer garden beckons, in the cool season you will be pampered with mulled wine and bratwurst. The last few meters to the finish at the Grünau S-Bahn station are very easy. You can easily get back to the city center with the S46 and S8 S-Bahn lines.

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      • October 14, 2021

  10. S-Bahn Berlin planned a hike.

    October 11, 2021

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      On the outskirts of Berlin, tradition and authenticity are still very important in the Lübars district. It is the oldest village in the capital, where agriculture is still practiced today. Lübars has retained its village character and so in its heart you will find the Alte Dorfkrug, a typical inn as it existed decades ago. Our tour takes you to this gem and to the beautiful nature reserve around the Tegeler Fließ, which unfolds a special charm in autumn.Your starting point of the hike is the Waidmannslust S-Bahn station, where the S26 and S1 S-Bahn lines stop every 20 minutes. A small green corridor runs along the Packereigraben between the sometimes high house complexes. You follow the path to the Klötzbecken and turn here towards Lübarser Felder. So you let the big city disappear behind you bit by bit.Alt Lübars welcomes you with its village character and everything that goes with it: the beautiful village church, village pond, fire station and a rustic inn. In the Alten Dorfkrug you can get French and Mediterranean cuisine as well as German dishes from Wednesdays to Sundays. So there is something for every taste and every mood.Your digestive walk then takes you to the moor meadows and the nature reserve of the Kindel and Tegeler Fließ. Wide wooden walkways bring you dry feet through the moor landscape and again and again a bench lures you to take a break with a view. Past the brickworks and Hermsdorfer See, stroll back into the city and back to your starting point at the Waidmannslust S-Bahn station.

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      • October 14, 2021

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