The fishermen’s island in the heart of Berlin, which has been continuously inhabited since the 12th century, offers a special highlight: At the Historical Harbour Berlin, at the southern tip of the Spreeinsel (“Spree Island”), you can discover several generations of historic inland vessels, which are elaborately restored and preserved by an association. This also includes the tugboat Andreas, built in 1944. It is one of the oldest steam tugboats still in operation in Europe and in the past even served as a heating plant – today the ship with its striking, collapsible chimney is used as a pleasure boat on the Spree in Berlin.
Fischerinsel 3, Mitte
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