• Der Prignitz-Express bei Wall,
        
    

        Picture: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V./Madlen Wetzel Der Prignitz-Express bei Wall, Picture: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V./Madlen Wetzel
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How to get to the Ruppiner Seenland Easy to get to: By bus, boat or train

Whether by motorway, rail or via the numerous waterways: Many roads lead to the Ruppiner Seenland, which borders Berlin to the north.

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Arrival by bus and train:

  • Der Prignitz-Express bei Wall Der Prignitz-Express bei Wall, Picture: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V./Madlen Wetzel

You can travel comfortably and in a climate-friendly way from Berlin with S-Bahn line 8 to Birkenwerder, S-Bahn line 1 to Oranienburg and S-Bahn line 25 to Hennigsdorf.

You can get further into the north of the Ruppiner Seenland by train. The regional express RE 5 travels through the region from south to north and takes you from Berlin's main railway station via several intermediate stops to Fürstenberg/Havel and then continues on to the Baltic Sea. The regional express RE 6 (Prignitz-Express) starts in Berlin-Gesundbrunnen and takes you via Hennigsdorf with stops in between to Neuruppin and from there continues towards Prignitz. The RB 55 regional train also runs between Hennigsdorf and Kremmen.

From the Berlin area, the RB 12 regional train also goes to Löwenberg (Mark), this line then continues via Zehdenick to Templin. It is well connected with the regional train RB 54, which takes you via Lindow (Mark) to Rheinsberg (Mark). Regional bus lines of the ORP and OVG transport companies take you from the railway stations via villages and country roads to the most beautiful corners of the Ruppiner Seenland.

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Arrival by car:

  • Auf dem Weg nach Zermützel Auf dem Weg nach Zermützel, Picture: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V./Andrea Krumnow


Coming from the north-west on the A24, you can quickly reach Neuruppin, Fehrbellin and Kremmen.

The B 96 takes you from the north via Fürstenberg/Havel to Oranienburg, through the Ruppiner Seenland, and the B 122 takes you to Rheinsberg and Neuruppin. From the south you can reach our region via the A10 and A111. Once across the Ruppiner Seenland, via Liebenwalde, Löwenberg, Neuruppin to the Temnitztal, you drive on the B 167.


 

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Arrival by boat:

  • Seegler auf dem Ruppiner See Seegler auf dem Ruppiner See, Picture: Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e.V./Judith Kerrmann


As the largest contiguous lake region, the Ruppiner Seenland north of Berlin is also well connected via waterways. You can cross and experience our region via the Havel and its adjacent lakes from Fürstenberg/Havel in the north to Berlin. You can also reach the Rheinsberg waters by boat from the north; the Müritz-Havel Waterway and the Upper Havel Waterway take you directly to the Mecklenburg and Brandenburg Lake District.

From the south, you can travel via the Ruppiner Canal and the Rhin to Neuruppin and Lindow. The Oder-Havel Canal is a 54-kilometre-long section of the federal waterway Havel-Oder-Wasserstraße and takes you from the Oder to Oranienburg.


 

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