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Tegeler See

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With a total area of about 1112 acres, the Tegeler See in Reinickendorf is the second largest lake in the city.

Around the Tegeler See, recreation-seeking city dwellers can find a variety of recreational and gastronomic offerings. In the north of the lake, there are playgrounds, park benches overlooking the water, and a miniature golf course. Small cafés and restaurants in the immediate vicinity of the recreation area invite guests to linger and enjoy refreshments. A bike tour of about 1.5 hours will take you once around the entire lake

Swimming in the Tegeler See

The lake in the north of Berlin is considered one of the inner-city waters with the greatest depth of visibility. The Tegeler See lido is located on the northwest shore. In addition, there are other swimming spots on the shore of the lake which are accessible without entrance fees.

Facts about the Tegeler See

There are a total of 9 islands in the Tegeler See: Baumwerder, Hasselwerder, Lindwerder, Maienwerder, Reiswerder, Scharfenberg and Valentinswerder as well as Humboldt Island and Tegel Island, which are man-made islands. On Greenwichpromenade, there are numerous landing stages from which Berliners and tourists can set out on a steamboat trip across the lake and the Havel in the summer months.

Tegeler See (Greenwichpromenade)

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Last edited: 17 March 2023