The Lindenufer allows the Havel and Spree to flow into one another. It stretches along the Havel promenade and gives us our name. In addition to visitors, locals also particularly enjoy strolling here. There are several monuments along the Lindenufer, such as the Gotthard Kirchlein, a small church from the 14th century that is considered a landmark of the old town.
Another highlight is the Spandau lock, which regulates traffic on the Havel. Here you can watch boats and ships pass through the lock and watch the hustle and bustle on the water. If you want to set sail, you can head towards the pier and enjoy a relaxed cappuccino on a steamboat ride. The shipping routes lead to Tegel, Wannsee, Potsdam and beyond.