Adventures onshore

Cultural diversity is the trademark of the water-sport region: the Prussian history on display in Potsdam, the marvellous medieval atmosphere of Brandenburg an der Havel, the towns of Werder (Havel) and Ketzin/Havel, the traditional villages of the Mark Brandenburg. If you are looking for more than nature, this water-sport region is right where you want to be.


Castles, palaces and gardens, the historic Dutch Quarter and many other sights are definitely worth a visit.
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Brandenburg an der Havel

The town gives its name to the state and is full of sights that bear witness to over more than 1,000 years of recorded existence.
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Werder (Havel)

Werder's quaint Old Town is situated on an island on the Havel River and is well worth a visit not only in spring when the trees are in full bloom. » Click here


Famous poets, artists and scientists have been drawing inspiration from the region of Schwielowsee Lake for ages.
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In his works the poet Theodor Fontane raved about the beauty of the small fishing town of Ketzin/Havel.
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Kloster Lehnin

The former Cistercian Monastery in Lehnin, the first in the Mark Brandenburg, laid the foundations for today's town of Kloster Lehnin. » Click here

Groß Kreutz (Havel)

The village Groß Kreutz is characterized by pine woods, orchards and the wetlands of the Havel Lowlands.
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