The Baltic Islands, Oder and Havel

When starting your cruise from Berlin, you will sail on the Havel, a river in northern Germany and a tributary of the Elbe. Its source, in the land of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, flows past Brandenburg and Berlin, before spilling into the Elbe at Saxony-Anhalt. Delivering water to the entire Western Berlin, the Havel allows trips that will be particularly appealing to visitors who love culture and history.


You will then reach the Oder, a central European river that flows into the Baltic Sea. It flows through Czech Republic and Poland, and runs along Germany, forming in its midst the current natural border between Germany and Poland. It is the 2nd largest Polish river after the Vistula.


When arriving in the Baltic Sea, at the end of your river cruise, you will discover the islands of Usedom and Rügen, among the largest German islands. You will be dazzled by the beauty of the wild landscapes that you can discover.

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