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E-Bike – Rental
Whether challenging climbs or extensive tours, with an e-bike you can reach any destination. Explore Berlin’s number one outdoor region on an e-bikebuchen
In 2002, Lake Müggelsee was officially recognized as a nature reserve and bird sanctuary. Since then, it has enjoyed increasing popularity, due to its diverse and breathtaking natural highlights.
This tour starts at Friedrichshagen S-Bahn station. You will cycle along Bölschestraße with its mulberry trees, cafes, independent shops, restaurants, and beautifully restored houses. Please turn left into Müggeldamm at the end of Bölschestraße and cycle in the direction of Seebad Friedrichshagen. Further on, you pass the museum “im Alten Wasserwerk.”
In Rahnsdorf, Berlin’s smallest ferry awaits its guests to bring them safely to the other shore.
those who want to continue, you can look forward to a highlight: New Venice. Branching small channels of the Müggelspree and idyllic waterfront properties captivate visitors. Cross the bridge at Triglawstraße to reach the southern bank of the Müggelspree.
South of the Müggelsee, the Müggelberge await you. The nature trail of the adjacent Teufelsee with the moor, formed shortly after the last ice age, wants you to discover more. You can observe numerous endangered bird species and reptiles. A newly built footbridge, on which one can cross the entire moor, provides particularly intimate insights into untouched nature. From Müggelturm one has a breathtaking view over the region.
After an obligatory break at the traditional restaurant and Beergarden“Rübezahl”, the tour continues towards the old town of Köpenick. If you get tired, you can shorten the trip by cycling through the Spree Tunnel back to Friedrichshagen.
The old town of Köpenick enchants with its special flair of winding alleys, cobble stoned streets and a variety of nice pubs, cafes, and independent shops.
Köpenick Town Hall gained fame throughout Europe when shoemaker Willhelm Voigt stole the town treasury in 1906 by dressing up as a Hauptmann (Captain) fooling the mayor and civil servants to give him the money. Even the Kaiser was laughing out loud when he was told about it
To this day the “Köpenickiade” lives on in numerous performances and in the permanent exhibition in the town hall.
The baroque moated castle of the Hohenzollern family on the palace island is home to the Museum of Decorative Arts for European Spatial Art of the National Museums in Berlin.