Discover the historical charms of Mecklenburg, Germany by boat
Exploring the land of automotive and limitless expressways on a boat may seem a little peculiar. However, Germany’s romantic waterways offer a unique and scenic perspective on the country’s rich history and natural beauty. Cruise through these majestic rivers and uncover some of the country’s hidden gems along the way. From medieval castles to national parks and beautiful little towns, the week-long journey aboard a self-drive boat with Le Boat from Marina Wolfsbruch to Plau am See is one the most exceptional voyages in the country. Before putting on your captain’s hat, spend a day in Brandenburg’s most romantic town of Rheinsberg, only moments away from Marina-wolfsbruch. Surrounded by captivating landscapes, this quaint town is ideal for the history buff. Pay a visit to the Renaissance Palace of Rheinsberg , a place where many believe Frederick the Great spent the happiest years of his life when he was Crown Prince. Set on the eastern shores of Lake Grienerick, the fortress was built in the 1500s and today serves as a museum. Along the water next to the Le Boat base, you’ll find plenty of charming restaurants perfect for lunch or dinner. Traveling north on the canal from Marina-wolfsbruch will take you to the second largest lake in the country, Lake Müritz. Protected by the National Park, the region is home to an incredible number of bird species, crystal-clear waters and beautiful scenery, so make sure take your time cruising through here. If you’re looking for a romantic night on the boat, prepare your own BBQ dinner and enjoy the sunset over dinner on the roof deck.