• ©ADFC-DpR
  • Lower Rhine Route, Duisburg's river docks
    Lower Rhine Route, Duisburg's river docks ©ADFC-DpR
  • Berlin-Copenhagen Cycle Route, Lake Stechlin
    Berlin-Copenhagen Cycle Route, Lake Stechlin ©ADFC-DpR
  • Industrial Heritage Cycle Route
    Industrial Heritage Cycle Route ©ADFC-DpR
  • The late-afternoon sun is shining on a vineyard. The branch of a tree cuts across the picture from right to left in front of the observer. In the middle of the picture is a gate. To the left is a vineyard that slopes down towards the riverbank. It belongs to Hornberg Castle, which means it is part of the world's second-oldest working winery. In the distance, the waters of the Neckar river glisten in the sunlight. On the far shore is another mountain ridge.
    Vineyard in the Odenwald forest ©ADFC - DpR
  • Saarland Cycle Route, Bliesgau Biosphere Reserve
    Saarland Cycle Route, Bliesgau Biosphere Reserve ©ADFC-DpR
  • ©Kooperationsgemeinschaft Römer-Lippe-Route
  • D-Route 3
    D-Route 3 ©ADFC-DpR
  • 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
  • German Wine Route Cycle Trail
    German Wine Route Cycle Trail ©ADFC-DpR
  • ©RuhrtalRadweg
  • ©ADFC-DpR
  • ©IG EmsRadweg
  • ©IMG Sachsen-Anhalt (Boris Breuer intention)
  • ©BTZ - Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
  • Saar Cycle Route, view over the Saar Bow
    Saar Cycle Route, view over the Saar Bow ©ADFC-DpR
  • Leine-Heide Cycle Route, Lüneburg Heath
    Leine-Heide Cycle Route, Lüneburg Heath ©ADFC-DpR
  • Werra Valley Cycle Route, art in the Werra Valley
    Werra Valley Cycle Route, art in the Werra Valley ©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
  • A family of four are riding on a tarmac cycle path that runs from the centre left to the front right of the picture. They have the sun on their backs. The left of the path is lined with grasses and ferns. Conifer-covered hills are visible in the distance.
    Cycling in the Sauerland ©ADFC - DpR
Ciclismo de A a Z

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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