Boat trip in the Spreewald Reviews
Out and about in (almost) untouched nature! Sep 23, 2009
If you're visiting the region of the biosphere reserve Spreewald going on a traditional boat tour is absolutely recommended!
The Spreewald region in the south-east of Brandenburg is a favourite destination among tourists from near and far. About 950 km (of more than 1.500 km of watery routes) of the river Spree are waiting for being discovered.
There are countless of little companies all over the place as in Lübben and Lübbenau, Schlepzig and Burg, that offer a varied range of idyllic trips that bring you back to the roots of a beautiful and natural world.
As soon as your boat, steered by an experienced helmsman with the help of a wooden punt (or partly a motor), you're able to lean back and start looking for the native kingfishers.
There are many tours of different lengths available that are organized quite reliably. The helmsmen are friendly, witty and keen on telling you more about the multi-faceted structure of this pretty reserve.
All you have to do is picking a route at your option and stretching a point! Floating around the Spreewald is a lovely and reasonable way of savouring a marvelous scenery!
Part of the Autumn season 2009 travel blog
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