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Across Germany on bike

Cycling is healthy, good for the environment and, of course, lots of fun. More than 200 logn-distance cycle routes in Germany offer opportunity for sightseeing in cities and for romantic rides through unspoilt nature.


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Berlin Wall Trail 

The Berlin Wall divided Germany´s present-day capital for 28 years. Today, you need a helping hand to explore its history. One of the best ways to track down what remains of the Berlin Wall is by bike. You cycle through the city centre, past the museums, memorial sites and the last remaining watchtowers, and along the old border outside the city. This mix of nature and dramatic history means the Berlin Wall Trail offers the best of both worlds. Total length 160 kilometres, circular route. 

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The Isar Cycle Route

Munich-Innsbruck, length about 275 km while cycling you will  experience the wonderful mountain scenery, formidable fortresses and impressive monasteries. Along the river Inn you will cycle through the most mountainous of Austria´s states, taking trips to the beautiful Zillertal valley, the crystal clear Bavarian lakes and the turquoise Isar. Discover Bavaria and Tyrol on this tour which is also well-suited for beginners.

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Flaeming Skate & Bike route

This route is ideal for leisurely tours and has a number of places to explore along the way. It consists of six circuits through the flat countryside of the Lower Fläming region and the Baruther glacial valley south of Berlin. The swimming lakes and outdoor pools en route are great in the warm weather. There is also plenty of variety on offer in the medieval towns and villages. Total length 225 kilometres, 6 circular tours of between 11 and 92 km.