The Berlin Swimming Map

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When it’s hot in Berlin, there are three ways to cool off: eat ice cream, avoid the sun or go swimming! Check out our favorite lakes and open air swimming pools with our Berlin Swimming Map and see how to get there by public transport!

Ps: This summer Strandbad Halensee finally reopened!

You can download the complete map here!

All about summer in Berlin.

– Lakeside Beaches –

Dämeritzsee S3 Erkner, it is a short 10 minutes walk

FEZ-Badesee Take the S3 in the direction of Erkner or Friedrichshagen, get out at S-Bahn station Wuhlheide. Walk (12-15 minutes) from the S-Bahn station Wuhlheide.

Flakensee S3 Rahnsdorf, continue by tram 87 to Schleuse Woltersdorf

Flughafensee U6 Otisstraße

Flussbad an der Dahme S47 Spindlersfeld, continue by bus 165 to Schloßplatz Köpenick (Gartenstraße 46, 12557 Berlin). Supposed to reopen this june!

Großer Wukensee S2 Bernau, continue by bus 896 bis Biesenthal

Großglienicker See S+U Bahnhof Rathaus Spandau, continue by bus 638 direction Potsdam Central Station, the stop is directly on the northern bank of the lake

Heiliger See S7 Potsdam Central Station, continue by bus 603 to Am Neuen Garten/Gr. Weinm­eisterstraße

Kleiner Müggelsee S3 Köpenick, continue by bus X69 to Odernheimer Straße, follow behind the parking lot about 400 meters the forest path

Krimnicksee S46 Königs Wusterhausen, continue by bus 722 to Senzig/Lindenstraße

Krumme Lanke U3

Liepnitzsee RB27 Wandlitz, half an hour walk through the forest

Müggelsee S3 Friedrichshagen

Nikolassee S1/S7

Orankesee Tram 27 station Buschallee/Suermondtstraße

Plötzensee U6 Seestraße, continue by tram M13/50 to Virchow-Klinikum

Schermützelsee RB26 (Richtung Kostrzyn) Müncheberg Station, continue by bus 928 to Buckow

Schlachtensee S1

Stadtbad Park Babelsberg S7 Potsdam Central Station, continue by tram 94/99 to Humboldtring/

Strandbad Grünau S8/S46, continue by tram 68 to Strandbad Grünau (at the bank of Langer See)

Strandbad Halensee S41, S42, S45, S46, S47 to S Halensee

Strandbad Jungfernheide U7 Siemensdamm

Strandbad Kiessee Schildow S8 Mühlenbeck-Mönchmühle

Strandbad Lehnin am Klostersee S7 Potsdam Central Station, continue by bus 580 to Fischersberg

Strandbad Lübars S1 Waidmannslust, continue by bus 222 to Am Vierrutenberg

Strandbad Rahmer See S8 Mühlenbeck-Mönchmühle, continue by bus 806 to Zühlsdorf Station

Strandbad Schmöckwitz S8/S46 Zeuthen, continue by bus 733 to Alt-Schmöckwitz

Straussee S5 Strausberg Stadt

Tegeler See U6 Alt Tegel

Waldbad Templin S7 Potsdam Central Station, continue by bus 607 to Forsthaus Templin

Wannsee S1

Weißer See Tram 12 Berliner Allee/Indira- Gandhi-Straße

Zeesener See S46 Königs Wusterhausen, walk or continue by bus 721/723/739 to Tiergarten

– Open-air Swimming Pools –

Freibad Wendenschloss S3 Köpenick, continue by tram 62 to Endhaltestelle Wendenschloßstraße

Kinderbad Monbijou S-Bahnhof Hackescher Markt

Kinderbad Platsch S7 Raoul-Wallenberg-Straße

Kombibad Mariendorf Sommerbad S2 Buckower Chaussee, continue by Bus M76/X11 to Ankogelweg

Kombibad Seestraße U8/U9 Osloer Straße

Sommerbad „Spucki“ S25 Lichterfelde Ost

Sommerbad Am Insulaner S2/S25 Priesterweg

Sommerbad Gropiusstadt U7 Lipschitzallee

Sommerbad Humboldthain S1/S2 Humboldthain

Sommerbad Kreuzberg (Prinzenbad) U1 Prinzenstraße

Sommerbad Mariendorf U6 Alt Mariendorf, continue by bus 277 to Imbrosweg

Sommerbad Neukölln U8 Boddinstraße

Sommerbad Olympiastadion U2 Olympiastadion

Sommerbad Pankow S2/S8 Pankow-Heinersdorf, continue by bus 50 to Stiftsweg

Sommerbad Staaken-West S+U Rathaus Spandau, continue by bus M32 to Am alten Gaswerk

Sommerbad Wilmersdorf S+U Heidelberger Platz, continue by bus 249 Forckenbeckstraße/Sportanlagen

Sommerbad Wuhlheide S3 Karlshorst, continue by tram 27/37/M17 to Treskowallee/Volkspark Wuhlheide

Ps: Obviously, there are much more bathing areas in Berlin. You can find a list of designated spots here.

We also decided to leave out some open air swimming pools, which didn’t fully comply with our idea of a Berlin map focusing on U-and S-Bahn lines. For example the public bathing beach in Weißensee and the bath in Spandau Süd. But don’t worry; just take a look at the commentary section for more inspiration! Because no matter where you end up on a hot summer day in Berlin – we wish you a wonderful day at the waterfront!

Written by Anna Bockhoff

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