• Bridge at the Werra Valley Cycle Route
    Bridge at the Werra Valley Cycle Route ©Erlebnisregion Hann. Münden e.V. (Burkhardt, Astrid)
  • Freiburg im Breisgau, Church of the Sacred Heart
    Freiburg im Breisgau, Church of the Sacred Heart ©DZT (Francesco Carovillano)
  • Deacon's Garden in Fulda
    Deacon's Garden in Fulda ©Tourismus und Kongressmanagement (Christian Tech)
  • View of the Saar Bow
    View of the Saar Bow ©Tourismus Zentrale Saarland GmbH (Gloger)
  • Water tower in Weinstadel, Nuremberg
    Water tower in Weinstadel, Nuremberg ©Stefan Gruber
  • Cyclists in Constance
    Cyclists in Constance ©Marketing & Tourismus Konstanz (Dagmar Schwelle)
  • Bird’s-eye view of Bad Waldsee, between two lakes
    Bad Waldsee: between two lakes ©DZT (Fesseler, Ernst)
  • Cyclist on the River Iller Cycle Path at Oberstdorf
    River Iller Cycle Path at Oberstdorf ©Werbeagentur Mittelbiberbach (Fouad Vollmer)
  • ©RuhrtalRadweg
  • Sunset at the German Wine Route
    Sunset at the German Wine Route ©Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH (Dominik Ketz)
  • Mecklenburg Lakes
    Mecklenburg Lakes ©Tourismusverband Mecklenburg-Vorpommern e.V. (TMV) (Grundner)
  • Isar Cycle Route
    Isar Cycle Route ©DZT (Saskia Wehler)
  • Cyclist in Überseestadt docklands, Bremen
    Überseestadt docklands ©Wirtschaftsförderung Bremen (WFB) Ingo Wagner
  • Near Eining, cyclist of the Danube Cycle Route
    Near Eining, cyclist of the Danube Cycle Route ©DZT (Keute, Jochen)
  • The Externsteine rock formations at the Roman Lippe Route
    The Externsteine rock formations at the Roman Lippe Route ©DZT (Florian Trykowski)
  • Torgau, Castle Hartenfels
    Torgau, Castle Hartenfels ©DZT (Christof Herdt)
  • Break at the Danube-Lake Constance Route
    Break at the Danube-Lake Constance Route ©DZT (Moritz Kertzscher)
  • 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.
    Hanseatic harbour in Stade ©ADFC - DpR
  • The view of Neuschwanstein Castle
    The view of Neuschwanstein Castle ©DZT (Francesco Carovillano)
  • Neuschwanstein Castle
    Neuschwanstein Castle ©Tourismusverband Ostallgäu (TVOAL)

Sobre duas rodas pela cidade e pelo campo: descobrir a Alemanha de bicicleta

Andar de bicicleta é saudável, ecológico e muito divertido: percorrendo mais de 200 caminhos, os ciclistas descobrem os destaques turísticos das metrópoles e os caminhos românticos através da natureza.

Com 200 trilhas que atravessam diversas regiões, a escolha é difícil: os mais ambiciosos podem subir os Alpes de bicicleta, já os que pedalam por prazer talvez prefiram os vinhedos. Para as famílias, são ideais, por exemplo, os variados e numerosos caminhos ao longo dos rios. Ou, que tal fazer uma visita de bicicleta a um museu? E você também pode encontrar acomodação perfeitas para ciclistas, desde estalagens rurais até hotéis em castelos.

Explore as cidades e regiões alemãs pelos mais de 70 mil quilômetros de trilhas. O número de opções é grande demais para ficar em casa!

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