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We were staying in Hasenfeld quite close to the Schwammenauel starting point for the boat. We chose to do a 45 minute single trip to Rurberg where we were then able to sit for a few hours by the Naturfreibad (free and lovely with plenty...More
The advantage is that you can can choose between several roundtrips over the lake or just get a one way ticket to other places and combine it with a walking tour.
We did the latter.
The boats have been modernazed and offer drinks and snacks...More
Regular boatrides around this man-made lake in the Eifel region. Ideal for a sunny day. Three quarters of an hour each way, with a fifteen minute break in between. Wildlife to be seen around the lake shores. Less than 10 euros - no reductions for...More
We took the round trip 'rund fahrt' that at just less than Euro 10 per person (and free for toddlers) for a two hour trip was both excellent value for money as well as very relaxing. Lots of viewing places on the large electric boats...More
We rode the boat back to Rurburg after walking from there through the forest to Schwammenauel - a beautiful walk, and a very nice way to return. Lot's of choices of where to sit - lots to eat [at least deserts] and drink. 45 minutes...More
You can pick these boats up from a few different places around this lake system. Handy for walkers who can then choose to do just part of the trail around the lake. We did a 2 hour round trip from Einrurh ( you can do...More
We walked around the Rursee and about halfway we decided to take a short boat trip taking us across the lake. The boat arrived 5 minutes later than scheduled, but OK as the weather was beautiful. Prices were reasonable. One can sit inside or outside....More
My wife and I took the Park Ranger guided tour. That gave us lots of helpful information regarding Eifel National Park. If you aren't a hiker, this is one of the best ways to get information about the Park. It was almost two full hours...More