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Regnitz Cycle Route - Valley or canal – the choice is yours!

This riverside trail, awarded four stars by the German Cyclists’ Federation, is ideal for those who enjoy the finer things in life. Whether you choose the valley or canal option, this leisurely tour will take you to a number of cultural highlights.

Follow in the footsteps of Albrecht Dürer and rich patrician families in Nuremberg’s old quarter, before following the river Pegnitz to Fürth. Two rivers converge at this point to form the river Regnitz. At this point, you have to choose whether to take the long-distance cycle route right through the Regnitz valley or the section along the Main-Danube Canal that runs parallel to the river and has very little traffic. The two routes can also be combined or cycled as a circuit. Meadows and renaturalised stretches of the river are features of the route up to Bamberg where there’s plenty of opportunity to relax and savour some delicious regional specialities.

Terrain: route runs mainly on asphalt tracks with few climbs. Predominantly traffic-free, the canal route is quieter and therefore ideally suited for groups and family tours.

Scenery: the landscape is dominated by several nature reserves including the Hassberg hills, Franconian Switzerland and Steigerwald Forest with its wooded hills. Along the Regnitz you’ll find riverside forests, sandy areas and cut-off sections of the river.

At a glance: Regnitz Cycle Route

  • Length: 85 km (valley route), 75 km (canal route)
  • Starts: Nürnberg
  • Ends: Bamberg/Bischberg
  • Travel: (nearest city to - start | end):
    Nürnberg | Bamberg
  • About the route: mainly flat, easily managed by children, majority of route suitable for trailers

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