Ferry Hakenfelde — Tegelort

Berlin's only car ferry shuttles daily between Hakenfelde in Spandau and Tegelort in Reinickendorf.

The car ferry connects the districts of Spandau and Reinickendorf in the northwest of Berlin. The ferry shuttles seven days a week between Aalemannufer on the Spandau side and the promenade in Tegelort in the Reinickendorf district. It crosses 160 meters of the Havel River in a few minutes. Not only cars, but also motorcycles, bicycles, horses, caravans, coaches and small trucks can board the ferry Pedestrians are of course also taken along.

Not far from the pier in Hakenfelde lies the Spandau Forest with the Teufelsbruch nature reserve and moors, which can be explored using the network of hiking trails. From the southern end in Tegelort, you can see the islands of Valentinswerder, Baumwerder, and Scharfenberg. From the pier in Tegelort, it's only about a 20-minute walk to the Tegeler See lido.

Ferry Schedule and Tickets

The ferry operates year-round, seven days a week. From Monday to Saturday it runs several times an hour from 6 Am to 7 PM, on Sunday and holidays from 8 AM to 7 PM. In the summer, passengers are accepted until 8 PM. The ferry is not operated by the BVG, so public transport tickets are not valid here.

On the Map: Ferry Pier at Aalemannufer

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Quelle: BerlinOnline

Aktualisierung: 18. Februar 2022

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