Lübbenau/Spreewald (German pronunciation: [lʏbəˈnaʊ], Lower Sorbian: Lubnjow/Błota [ˈlubnʲow/ˈbwɔta]) is a town of 17,897 in the Oberspreewald-Lausitz district of Brandenburg, Germany. It is located in the Spreewald about 82 km (51 mi) southeast of Berlin.
Restaurants in Luebbenau
4.5 based on 164 reviews
I have taken many punt boat trips here and they are always great! The scenery is almost magical and the black houses along the narrow waterways are so cute. Love the village of lehde. Highly recommended!
4.5 based on 77 reviews
If you have an hour (or more) in Lehde (on your Kahn trip or a 20-minute walk from Lübbenau), you must see this place! It's shows how the sorbs in this area lived, their culture and traditions. There are lots of things you can try out, good for kids as well. There is also pottery for sale at the front of the museum. Just make sure you know how to navigate back to the entrance when you are finished.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
This place doesnt really tell you anything about spreewald. The name mislead the public. It is mostly old furniture , and boardgames taken out from a basement. They should either change the name of this museum or add some more interesting facts about this beautiful town. They also have a floor for the train back in the days. That is a great addition. Also, it is the only part that has some translation in English. Everything else is in German.
Not my type of museum. We just went because we were walking around the town, and we thought we were going to learn something.
4 based on 122 reviews
This is going to be a very mixed review.
It is a truly fun water park. Swimming next to penguins, smooth water slides (one of them completely dark), a strong current tunnel, a wave bath and a Roman salt bath were all fun.
The sauna landscape is amazing. It has roundabout a dozen saunas inside and outside of different temperatures and styles. The outside saunas are located in wooden huts, each with a different theme: one reads you local fairytales, one is decorated with wooden pigs, one has a swinging bench - and infusions range from lemon to cucumber. This is honestly the best sauning experience I ever had.
Also: Good selection of food in the café at acceptable prices. Includes store with merchandise and convenience items (hairbrushes, etc.). Modern "bracelet" system for lockers and purchases.
- It was overcrowded (seriously at maximum capacity) and very noisy.
- There should be a dedicated smoking area even outdoors; currently smoking is permitted in the entire outdoors sauna area which makes it difficult to avoid smoke.
- The Water Park sadly lacks a normal, non-special-effects pool where you can just swim laps. I like to have fun with my family or my partner, but I also expected to be able to sneak some exercise in.
- The sauna landscape is nude-only, but this isn't advertised at all, so you only find out after paying for and entering the area. They do have employees who will chase you down if you are still in your swimwear. It is acceptable to wrap yourself in towels, bathrobes or the provided blankets, but not to wear trunks. This needs to be communicated before people pay for the sauna, in case they're not comfortable with the policy.
- Hefty price.
5 based on 26 reviews
English-and Spanish guided punting tours in Spreewald around Lübbenau and Lehde between 90 minutes and five hours for organized travel groups around the year. Winter tours for individual guests such as couples and families in a cozy private atmosphere from October to April.
Tried to book but no reply .Beautiful day so .. .pay 5 euros to park and they fill boats as people arrive. Went for 3 hour tour with hour stop for lunch. No English information which was disappointing but a tranquil trip overall.Thank you for your rewiev and sorry that something has gone wrong with your booking request. Best Regards. Dirk
4.5 based on 24 reviews
When you are tired of city sightseeing I recommend a day out in the Spreewald. Make sure you choose a sunny day as this will make all the difference. Its about an hours ride outside the city but well worth it. You can catch the train at any of the mainline stations, we got on at Alexanderplatz, the trains destination is Cottbus. The cheapest way to do it is to get a Brandenburg Lander ticket which covers up to 5 adults in the price, Get off at Lubbenau not Lubbnau. Its a short walk down Poststrasse to the town. Not much English spoken here but everybody willing to try and communicate and we managed fine. Pottered around the town. Old buildings but of course the main attraction is the waterways, boats (kahns) and the landscape. really beautiful. We went at Easter and not too busy although I think it becomes busier later in the season. You can then do a gentle walk of a couple of km to Lehde, very pleasant walk and lovely scenery . Lehde is enchanting. It is also the home of the Freiland Museum which is more extensive than it looks and is really interesting. It tells the story of the Sorbian way of life and is cleverly set out. Again the room guide didn't really speak English but she really wasn't going to let that put her off, and with gestures and odd words here and there we got the message. After lunch (a Bratwurst by the water) we carried on the circular walk back to Lubbenau via woodland paths of Silver Birch with canals at either side of us. Back in Lubbenau we spent an hour looking around before catching the train back to Berlin ( they run every hour) It really was a very pleasant way to spend the day and recharge the batteries before more pounding the pavements of Berlin. If you want to see something of the countryside around Berlin and learn about a different way of life from the past then do this.
5 based on 13 reviews
A fun and relaxing way to visit Spreewald. You can row yourself or this one more person in the same kahn or you can join a group and have a guide doing the rowing and explaining of the area. Tip, use the toilet before starting your trip as there is no toilet stop and the trip can last for up to two hours or more.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Renting a Canadian canoe and paddling through the beautiful waterways of Spreewald was the perfect way to spend a sunny Sunday afternoon. The staff at Richter made it so easy, spoke excellent English and helped us on our way. Steering with 4 people paddling was cause for conversation. But the peaceful waterways, home to ducks, swans and other waterfowl were unforgettable. I could have spent a week here.
4 based on 10 reviews
Came to Lübbenau from Berlin for the day. Came across this company in the Kleiner Hafen. The staff were really friendly and offer tours of the Spreewald between 2 and 8 hours on the traditional flat bottomed punts (Kähne). We chose the 2 hour tour which was €12 each. They sold drinks on board too. We stopped halfway where we could buy more drinks and snacks (like bread with lard, the famous pickled cucumbers). The guide told us all about the area. It was a thoroughly enjoyable day.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
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