Germany Lakes by Region
- Lake Chiemsee
- Altmuhl Lake
- Lake Starnberg
- Roth Lake
Germany Lakes and Reservoirs
Germany Lakes A-Z
Lakes in Germany
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
Also known as: Lake Alpsee
Beautiful Lake Alpsee in the Bavarian Alps is widely regarded as one of Germany's most picturesque vistas. The lake lies beneath Hohenschwangau Castle, ...
Also known as: Altmuhlsee
Sprawling across the heart of Bavaria in a land more comfortable measuring time in millennia than years, Altmuhl Lake (Altmuhlsee in German) is a recently ...
Also known as: Ammer Lake
Tucked away in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps in the land of beer, gardens, and fairytale castles, Ammersee (see =lake) shines like a jewel. Covering ...
Also known as: Bigge Reservoir, Bigge Lake, Listersee
Surrounded by the Ebbegebirge Nature Park, Biggesee (see = lake) is the largest reservoir in Germany's North Rhine- Westphalia region. Bigge Lake was ...
Also known as: Lake Brombach, Brombach Lake, Brombachsee Lake, Brombachvorsperre
As the largest lake in the man-made Franconian Lake District, Brombachsee--also known as Lake Brombach or Brombachvorsperre--is an impressive and popular ...
|Diemelsee||The children ran ahead giggling and pushing past each other to race to the top, but she's finally caught up to them, the break in the trees revealing ...|
Also known as: Ederstausee, Lake Edersee, Eder Reservoir
The jewel of the Hesse Region of Germany, the Edersee (see=lake) draws holiday visitors like a magnet. The large reservoir, created by damming the Eder ...
|Inner and Outer Alster Lakes||
Also known as: AuBenalster and Binnenalster
Feet pounding the pavement, she hits her stride running towards the dawn as the light turns from gray to the first clear light of day. Grassy parks and ...
Also known as: Konigssee Lake
For an authentic Bavarian Alps holiday, nothing quite compares to the Konigssee. Stretched below the east face of the famed Watzmann mountain range, narrow, ...
|Lake Chiemsee||Lake Chiemsee is the crown jewel of Bavaria's tourist region. Located about half-way between Munich and Salzburg, Austria, Lake Chiemsee has been a favored ...|
Also known as: Lake of Constance, Lake Bodensee
Lake Constance is a 132,448-acre lake situated in the northern foothills of the Alps between Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. The third-largest lake ...
Also known as: Muritzsee
The jewel of Germany's Mecklenburg Lake District, Muritz is the largest inland lake entirely within the country. The 29,000-acre lake was formed at the ...
Also known as: Wurmsee, Starnberger See
Lake Starnberg, located in the Five-Lakes Region of Bavaria, plays a major role in the recreational plans of Munich residents. Located only 12 miles from ...
Also known as: Mecklenburg Lakes, Mechlenburg Lake Plains
The Mecklenburg Lakeland covers a large portion of Germany's Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Region. The primarily flat countryside is dotted with over 1000 lakes, ...
Also known as: Mummel Lake
Legends swirl around Mummelsee (see=lake) in the northern Black Forest. The Black Forest, in Germany's Baden-Wurttemberg region, is a land of fairy tales ...
Also known as: Rothsee
Children play at the beach on the shores of Roth Lake, while harried parents let the sun melt their cares away. In the background sailboats glide across ...
Also known as: Schluch Lake
Germany's southern Black Forest is a region with picturesque valleys, distinctive farmhouses and thick wooded mountains. Schluchsee (see=lake) stretches ...
Also known as: Lake Steinhude
The largest lake in Lower Saxony, Lake Steinhude, or Steinhuder Meer as it is usually called, is a favored recreational spot just 25 miles from Hanover. ...
Also known as: Lake Zeulenroda, Zeulenroda Dam
Lake Zeulenroda's idyllic mountain landscapes lend it an aura of profound peace and tranquility. Also known as Zeulenroda Dam, this immensely popular ...
Also known as: Lake Tegern
It is a picture perfect postcard with lush green meadows at the base of snow-capped mountains, and the blue water of Tegernsee (see=lake) is the center ...
|Titisee||At 321 acres, Titisee or Titi Lake (see=lake) is the largest natural lake in Germany's Black Forest. It is a natural reservoir dammed by glacial moraine ...|
Also known as: Twiste Lake
A 1965 flood in the Hesse region of Germany caused millions of dollars of damage around the Twiste, Diemel and Wesser Rivers, painfully illustrating the ...
Also known as: Worth Lake
"Gemuetlichkeit" is German for a certain kind of "Bavarian coziness," and it is an appropriate way to describe Worthsee (see=lake) or Worth Lake. Nestled ...