Destination Germany 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall: Spree Forest & Lusatian Lakeland
Did you know that the Spree Forest and the Lusatian Lakeland used to be part of East Germany? That is why these areas of natural beauty have only been open to the whole world again since the fall of the Berlin Wall. The @lostitalianos set off to explore the region on land and on water. If you like getting active on holiday, ideally surrounded by nature, then read on. You’ll just love this destination!
THE SPREE FOREST.
A total of 30km of canals wind their way through the Spree Forest past stunning woods, romantic bridges and the cutest little houses. There’s no doubt about it, the best way to explore the Spree Forest has to be from the water!
GET ACTIVE IN THE GREEN.
Grab a kayak or standup paddle board and explore this UNESCO biosphere reserve at your own pace.
BRANITZ PARK.Feel like a break from all this activity? Then a trip to Branitz Park with its baroque palace will be just what you need.
Branitz Park is also home to pyramids – in Germany! The largest one lies at the centre of a lake. Who would have thought it?
@lostitalianos also visited this insider tip, not far from the Spree Forest: the Lusatian Lakeland. They explored the area on a simply spectacular cycle tour. Why not spend your holiday here too?
F60 VISITOR MINE.The F60 visitor mine offers not only fascinating insights into the history of mining in Brandenburg but also amazing views of the Lusatian Lakeland.
What else does Germany have in store 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall? Find more inspiration here.