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Bad Saarow on Scharmützelsee

The spa town of Bad Saarow was established at the beginning of the 20th century, based on the plans of the landscape architect Ludwig Lesser. The tourism boom began in 1911/1912 with the discovery of natural healing marshes and a salt spring in 1927. Spa resorts, exclusive health retreats, golf courses and tennis courts were built. Thanks to its ideal conditions for water sports, Bad Saarow also attracted many prominent people. In the Maxim Gorki House, a permanent exhibition focuses on the Russian poet, who spent time at the spa from 1922 to 1923.

Today Bad Saarow-Pieskow is once again on the fast track to becoming an attractive spa centre. Hot springs have been completed and a cultural forum, the "Theatre am See" has been opened. In Pieskow, a district of Bad Saarow, you can find a miniature version of the Potsdam palace Sanssouci. Steamboat rides are offered on Lake Scharmützel to Lake Storkow or Fürstenwalde. You can even arrive via Berlin's waterways. You can also circle Lake Scharmützel on a lovely bicycle path. 


The historical city centre, nearly completely surrounded by the intact city wall, gives Beeskow its special character and features plenty of fascinating history to be explored. Visit St. Mary's church (one of the largest churches in Brandenburg), the "Oldest House" or the castle. It's worth a visit! 

One exciting highlight is the climbing and observation tower. The former fire-station hose tower has been renovated into a tall (27 m) indoor climbing tower. Its climbing grips extend to a height of 23 m. In addition to climbing on the walls, there's a climbing course 10 metres from the ground and a rope attachment that hangs from 23 m. Special terms of use apply to the climbing tower.


Berliners love to explore their city on foot – there's also much for you to discover on a stroll through the vibrant metropolis, the many little side-streets and the characteristic Berlin courtyards far from the tourist attractions. Take a classic city tour by bus with explanations along the most important sights. You can also explore Berlin from the water.

Berlin's cultural offerings have something for every taste: world-famous museums like the Pergamon or the Alte Nationalgalerie, names like Katharina Thalbach and Daniel Barenboim, the Berlin Philharmonic with its principle conductor Sir Simon Rattle as well as a creative young independent scene. Culture and sightseeing aren't the only things on offer in the capital; Berlin is also a city with great shopping – from exclusive boutiques to the flea market.

Distance // approx. 70–100 km


Follow the footsteps of Kaisers and kings in Potsdam, and discover the many interesting facets of the city. Its magnificent palaces and gardens, architecturally striking villas, its mythic reputation as a city for film and media and its lively down town make it a sheer delight to visit. Large portions of this one-of-a-kind cultural gem were honoured by UNESCO in 1990 by making them a World Heritage site.

The Sanssouci palace is Friedrich the Great's masterpiece. The park was created over the course of more than one hundred years, an ensemble fascinating in its design and idiosyncratic in its architecture. The New Palace, the Picture Gallery, the Chinese House and the New Chambers are some but not all of the treasures you'll find there. After all, the successors to "Old Fritz" also erected their royal residencies in Sanssouci. The Charlottenhof Palace, the Roman Baths and the Orangerie Palace are a romantic testimony to the royals' love and longing for Italy. Potsdam can be reached by an excursion steamboat from Berlin.

Distance // approx. 95 km


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