Baltic islands, Oder and Havel cruises
Leaving Berlin, you will cruise along the Havel, a river in northern Germany and a tributary of the River Elbe. The source of the Havel is located in the land of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, flowing through Brandenburg and Berlin before discharging into the River Elbe in Saxony-Anhalt. Of its 325 km course, 285 km are located in Brandenburg and are navigable. You will then join the Oder, a central European river some 854 km long which flows into the Baltic Sea. The Oder flows through the Czech Republic (for 112 km) and Poland (for 742 km) and acts as a natural official boundary between Germany and Poland along its route. The Oder is the second longest river in Poland after the Vistula.
Once you arrive in the Baltic Sea, you will see the islands of Usedom and Rügen, arguably the greatest of the German islands and the most popular. Prepare to be dazzled by the beauty of these wild, untouched landscapes and take advantage of the opportunity to visit them.