Dahme, Spree and Oder
The countryside and the waters southeast of Berlin are surrounded by lakes. The Dahme Köpenick flows into the River Spree and Berlin slowly disappears.
Continue along the Spree-Oder waterway, via Eisenhüttenstadt and you will reach the border between Poland and Germany. Since 2008 there are no border controls anymore. Sand banks and groynes shape the riverside going to the twin cities of Frankfurt / Slubice. The city has much to offer for young and old alike and is worth a visit.
On the Warta River Estuary at Kiistrin, the Oder flows through natural floodplains and some riverside forests. In Hohensaaten the waterway leads you to Szczecin Lagoon or you turn west before, towards Berlin or Müritz.