The Danube-Lake Constance Cycle Route takes cyclists on a tour of Upper Swabia and the Württemberg Allgäu region featuring gently rolling hills, sweeping plateaus and beautiful forest and meadow landscapes.
The link between the popular Danube and Lake Constance long-distance cycle routes runs from Ulm to Kressbronn by Lake Constance. The first attraction along the way is Ulm Minster, which boasts the tallest church tower in the world. In Biberach, the market square is the perfect place to stop off for a rest, before the route continues through meadow and forest landscapes all the way to the must-visit Old Town of Bad Waldsee. A little further on, the route takes a downhill turn into the Wolfegger Ach Valley. Kisslegg and its historical architecture are next up and the Old Town of Wangen is not to be missed either. And this marks the start of the final leg of the route, with nature conservation areas and vast apple, cherry and hop plantations on the way to Kressbronn.