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Segelverein Klub am Rupenhorn, Berlin, Germany

Segelverein Klub am Rupenhorn is a marina in the capital city of Germany, Berlin. The Rupenhorn club is found on the eastern shore of Stößensee Lake, and offers its guests boats for hire to sailors who want to participate in regattas. Found at the outskirts of Berlin, the marina is close to Olympiastadion, the venue for the 2006 Fifa World Cup Final. Tourists docking at the marina can take the public transport into the city and visit some of the immense number of attractions that make Berlin one of the most important destinations in Europe. Places like the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Berlin Television Tower, Gendarmenmarkt, Charlottenburg Palace, Museum Island, one of UNESCO Sites or the Berlin Wall Memorial are among the must-see locations for every tourist arriving in Berlin. Those who wish to extend their stay are welcome to accommodate at one of the hundreds of hotels in the capital and taste the German cuisine at the numerous bars and restaurants in the capital.

Facilities of Segelverein Klub am Rupenhorn

Bar

Restaurant

Drinking water

Electricity

Fuel station

Security

Sailing school

Crane

Ramp

Waste collection

Residual water collection

Bilge Collection

Seamanship

Master harbour

Photo Gallery

Cancellation Policy of Segelverein Klub am Rupenhorn : restrictive

The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.

Attractions in Berlin

Berlin is packed with countless attractions and cultural establishments. One of the most famous is Bode Museum. This landmark was initially named Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum and was renamed in 1956 as the Bode Museum. Tourists who choose to visit this cultural establishment will get the chance to admire rare sculpture collections from the Renaissance area, historical Byzantine coins and ancient medals. It is a fountain of knowledge and has great historical value. 

One of the most popular venues in Berlin is The East Side Gallery. It is the only outdoor landmark that will allow you to admire remains of the Great Wall of Berlin and it’s - free. Enjoy a sunny afternoon on the streets of this fantastic city and learn about its history. 

The Fernsehturm, also called the TV Tower, is Berlin’s tallest building and was used throughout history as an observation tower by German troops. Experience the sublime views of the city on the rooftop of t... more info