The river Fulda emerges on Mount Wasserkuppe at 900 metres above sea level. From here you can enjoy fantastic views of the surrounding region – the perfect start to your premium cycling tour awarded four stars by the German Cyclists` Federation.
From the source of the river, you head downstream through the Fulda valley to the town of the same name with its impressive architectural monuments. After Niederaula comes Bad Hersfeld, home to the largest Romanesque church ruins in Europe. The next stop is the medieval half-timbered town of Rotenburg an der Fulda, where the route leaves the Waldhessen region and continues to Haydau Abbey in Morschen (Kurhessisches Bergland). After Melsungen comes the end of this part of the tour in Kassel. From here, it's just a few miles to the historical old quarter of Hannoversch Münden, where the Fulda merges with the Werra to form the Weser. Terrain: the route is predominantly on asphalt-covered cycle paths or quiet back roads. Terrain: the route is predominantly on asphalt-covered cycle paths or quiet back roads. The terrain is mostly flat with just a few steep climbs to negotiate. Scenery: the route follows the Fulda river from the Rhön hills through the densely forested peaks of northern Hessen and various conservation areas to Hannoversch Münden. Here, the river merges with the Werra to become the Weser, which the route then follows to Bad Karlshafen.
Ovde dodajte svoje favorite. Sačuvajte, sortirajte, podelite i odštampajte vaš izbor i planirajte svoje celo putovanje po Nemačkoj.
Izabrano 0 favorita