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Lower Rhine Route, Duisburg's river docks
Hamburg-Rügen Long-Distance Cycle Route, orangery at Schwerin Castle
In the centre of the photo is a vineyard hut with a slate-tiled roof. It is framed by vines and sits high above the Nahe valley, which is visible in the background.
Danube Cycle Route, Sigmaringen Castle
Bridge of Unity near Vacha
A row of historical half-timbered buildings can be seen towering over the harbour basin in Stade on a sunny day. On the left is a bridge to the quayside from which the picture is being taken. To the right of this, a wide set of steps leads down to the water. Anchored in the harbour basin is an small old wooden sailboat. The half-timbered buildings are four to five storeys high and packed closely together. They are almost all made of red bricks.
Two women are cycling side by side along a narrow country lane that is lined with trees. The trees are at least 20 years old and behind them, on either side on the lane, are meadows.
Industrial Heritage Cycle Route
Four cyclists are crossing a wooden bridge in front of a timber-framed watermill with a tiled roof. The street in front of the watermill is cobbled. Visible in the background is a house on the left and trees in the middle.
Ilm Valley Cycle Route, weir at Taubach Mill
Havel Cycle Route, clay pit lake near Zehdenick
Saar Cycle Route, view over the Saar Bow

Cycling in Germany: between city and countryside by bike

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

With 200 long-distance cycle routes spanning a wide range of regions, you're spoilt for choice. Cycling is tough but rewarding in the Alps, or for more leisurely tours take your bike through the vineyards. Ideal for families are the many riverside routes which offer plenty of wayside distraction. Or perhaps you'd prefer to cycle from museum to mueum? What ever you decide, Germany has a range of cyclist-friendly accommodation – from farmstays to castle hotels.

Discover Germany's cities and regions on more than 70,000 kilometres of cycle routes. The choice is simply too great to stay at home!