In the city it is even possible to moor directly with a boat at several places. After climbing the spiral staircase of the Friedenswarte on the Marienberg, you have a view of up to 60 kilometers away. Lake Beetz, which is part of the city of Brandenburg, can also be seen from here. It stretches for 22 kilometers, several lake basins are connected by canals, sometimes river-like and sometimes narrow in places. Alluvial plains, moors and small forests along the shore invite you to relax in nature.
We continue, mainly on country roads, through forest and lake areas to Lake Seddin. The boulder garden offers fascinating insights into the past of our planet. This picturesque location, close to the southern shore of Lake Seddin, also provides a lot of interesting information about rocks, the ice age and history.With its shallow entrance, the lake is a hotspot for windsurfers. Andrea Sawatzki and her husband make a stopover at Lake Schwielow, near Caputh. “A beautiful area,” enthuses Christian Berkel.