• Danube Cycle Route, Sigmaringen Castle
    Danube Cycle Route, Sigmaringen Castle ©ADFC-DpR
  • Berlin Wall Trail, Berlin Wall Museum
    Berlin Wall Trail, Berlin Wall Museum ©ADFC-DpR
  • ©IG EmsRadweg
  • German Wine Route Cycle Trail
    German Wine Route Cycle Trail ©ADFC-DpR
  • ©ADFC-DpR
  • Berlin-Copenhagen Cycle Route, Lake Stechlin
    Berlin-Copenhagen Cycle Route, Lake Stechlin ©ADFC-DpR
  • ©ADFC-DpR
  • ©ADFC-DpR
  • ©ADFC-DpR
  • ©Münsterland e.V.
  • Industrial Heritage Cycle Route
    Industrial Heritage Cycle Route ©ADFC-DpR
  • ©ADFC
  • Cyclists by the Regen river in the town of Cham
    Cyclists by the Regen river in the town of Cham ©Tourist Info Landkreis Cham (Stefan Gruber)
  • 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.
    Along an avenue of trees ©ADFC - DpR
  • This watermill in Hopsten looks as if it is in the heart of the forest. On each side of the small stream is a half-timbered building with a tiled roof. A wooden bridge spans the stream. The mill wheel is attached to the house on the right. Rays of sunshine are shining down onto the water through the leaves of the trees.
    Watermill in Hopsten ©ADFC - DpR
  • 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.
    Vineyard hut on the Nahe Cycle Route ©Dominik Ketz RPT
  • ©TMB-Fotoarchiv (Rainer Weisflog)
  • ©ADFC
  • A wooden bascule bridge that is painted white spans a narrow canal. A sign indicates that it is only for pedestrians and cyclists. Immediately behind the bridge is a windmill that has a thatched upper section with four sails and a walled bottom section with a green door. The sails of the windmill form an X. Next to the windmill on the right is a long house made from red bricks. The canal is lined with leafy trees.
    Wooden bascule bridge in front of windmill ©ADFC - DpR
  • Ten-tower town hall in Frankenberg an der Eder
    Ten-tower town hall in Frankenberg an der Eder ©Ederbergland Touristik
Cycling from A-Z

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!

バリアフリー操作

2つのキーボードショートカットを使って、ブラウザのズーム機能を簡単に操作できます。:

拡大: +

縮小: +

他の機能については、以下のアイコンをクリックし、ブラウザが提供するヘルプをご覧ください。: