You cycle on very good bicycle paths through idyllic greens of the Havel in the country of Brandenburg, cross the beautiful lakeland area of Mecklenburg and enjoy a 2 hours cruise on the Baltic Sea.
The countryside of Denmark is rich in contrast. Cliffy coasts change into white sandy beaches. Picturesque fishing villages take turns with majestic palaces and gorgeous manor-houses in the inland. The bicycle paths lead you along the coast on mostly quiet side roads and unhitched well drivable bicycle paths.
Tour profile:The landscape is moslty flat, only few parts are slightly hilly.
Itinerary Berlin - Copenhagen
Day 1: Berlin / Oranienburg
Individual arrival to Berlin / Oranienburg. From Berlin city center you can reach Oranienburg easily by taking the direct interurban train. Overnight in Oranienburg.
Day 2: Oranienburg-Fürstenberg / surroundings, approx. 70 km
You cycle along the Oder-Havel-Canal to Liebenwalde. Continue along the Havel to Zehdenick. Overnight in Neuglobsow or Fürstenberg.
Day 3: Fürstenberg / surroundings - Neustrelitz, approx. 60-70 km
Along the way, you will come across the legendary Lake Stechlin, which has been immortalized through literature by T. Fontane. Overnight in Neustrelitz.
Day 4: Neustrelitz - Waren / Müritz, approx. 65 km
A highlight of this tour is the Müritz National Park. Along the way there is the small village called Ankershagen, where Schliemann, who discovered Troy, grew up. Overnight in Waren / surroundings.
Day 5: Waren / Müritz - Krakow, approx. 50 km
In the Nossentiner Heide National Park, you cycle through the vast wooded areas to Krakow. Overnight in or near Krakow / lake.
Day 6: Krakow - Güstrow, approx. 30 km
Güstrow, known for the late artist, Barlach, isn’t far away. A sightseeing tour in the Old Town and in the E. Barlach Atelier is a must. Overnight in Güstrow.
Day 7: Güstrow - Rostock, approx. 54 km
Cycle along the Bützow-Güstrow-Canal. En route you may take any train to Rostock individually if you wish. Overnight in Rostock / Warnemünde. (During the Hansesail Regatta in the middle of August in Rostock, possibility of the overnight stay in Güstrow.)
Day 8: Rostock - Nykøbing / Falster, approx. 40 km
Take the train from Rostock main station to the ferry harbour. The ferry to Gedser dures approx. two hours. On the Danish side you can enjoy the lovely stretches of dikes and trees along the most beautiful beaches of Falster. Overnight in Nykøbing.
Day 9: Nykøbing / Falster - Island Møn, approx. 65 km
Cycling along the coast and through easy terrain, you will reach the old merchant city of Stubbekobing. You can take the ferry to the island Bogø or you can alternatively cycle from Vordingborg to Kalvehave to the island Møn. Overnight in Stege.
Day 10: Island Møn - Køge, approx. 50-68 km
Traverse the bridge from Møn to Sjaelland. Continue to the north through the coastal landscape. Cottages and Manor Houses dot the surrounding countryside. From here, it is approx. 52 km to Fakse and approx. 68 km to the cliffs in Rødvig. Transfer back to Køge on your own by train. Overnight in Køge.
Day 11: Køge - Copenhagen, approx. 49 km
Today’s leg of the trip leads you along the beaches. You may want to visit the Museum for Modern Art in Ishøj. All of the other points of interest are reachable by foot from your central hotel. Don’t forget to spend an evening at Tivoli Garden or take a stroll around the old harbour. Overnight in Copenhagen.
Day 12: Copenhagen
Individual departure after breakfast. If you wish, we will book additional nights for you.
Itinerary Copenhagen - Berlin
Day 1: Copenhagen
Individual arrival to Copenhagen. Discover this beautiful and charming city and take a stroll around the old harbour. Overnight in Copenhagen.
Day 2: Copenhagen - Køge, approx. 55 km
You cycle through Copenhagen to the beaches of the city and then continue along the bay of Køge through small villages along the bike path to Køge. Overnight in Køge.
Day 3: Køge - Island Møn, approx. 50-68 km
In the morning you take the train to Rødvig (not included, on your own). Either your cycle along the Fakse bay to Praestø and to the island Møn or you head towards the western coast of Sjaelland to the Big Belt to Naestved. Overnight in Stege or Naestved.
Day 4: Island Møn - Nykøbing / Falster, approx. 65 km
Today’s bike leg will lead you from the island Møn to the island Bogø, by ferry (not included) to Stubbekøbing and on to Nykøbing or you follow the western coast through Vordingsborg to Falster. Overnight in Nykøbing / Falster.
Day 5: Nykøbing / Falster - Rostock, approx. 40 km
Through the recreational area around Marielyst you continue to Gedser where you take the ferry to Rostock (incl.). The ferry dures approx. two hours. The bike path will lead you directly to the city and your hotel. Overnight in Rostock.
Day 6: Rostock - Güstrow, approx. 54 km
You leave Rostock towards southern direction and continue your cycle tour along the chanel of Warnow, following perfectly situated bike paths, to Güstrow, known for the late artist, Barlach. Overnight in or near Güstrow.
Day 7: Güstrow - Krakow, approx. 30 km
You cycle through the slight hilly landscape of "Mecklenburg’s Switzerland" onto to Krakow. Overnight in or near Krakow / lake.
Day 8: Krakow - Waren / Müritz, approx. 50 km
In the Nossentiner Heide National Park, you cycle through the vast wooded area passing the numerous lakes until you reach Waren / Müritz. Overnight in or near Waren / Müritz.
Day 9: Waren / Müritz - Neustrelitz, approx. 65 km
A highlight of this tour is a leg through the Müritz National Park. Along the way you will have the possibility to look right into the osprey’s nest. Overnight in or near Neustrelitz.
Day 10: Neustrelitz - Fürstenberg / surroundings, approx. 45 km
Back along the river Havel you will follow the young river to the lake Woblitzsee and continue through the beautiful landscape of Brandenburg. Overnight in Fürstenberg / surroundings.
Day 11: Fürstenberg - Oranienburg / surroundings, approx. 70 km
Again along the Havel to Zehdenick. Soon you will reach the city of Oranienburg in the north of Berlin. You reach Berlin easily by using the direct interurban train from Oranienburg. Overnight in Oranienburg.
Day 12: Berlin / Oranienburg
Individual departure after breakfast. If you wish, we will book additional nights for you.
Berlin - Copenhagen:
Arrival day: every Monday from June 5 - August 28, 2017, additional every Thursday July 13 - August 17
Season 1: June 5 - June 18 + August 22 - August 28, 2017
Season 2: June 19 - August 21, 2017
Copenhagen - Berlin:
Arrival day: every Thursday from June 15 - August 24, 2017
Season 1: June 15 - June 21, 2017
Season 2: June 22 - August 24, 2017
ARRIVAL - PARKING - DEPARTURE
ARRIVAL BY PLANE
Airport: Berlin (TXL) or Copenhagen (CPH)
ARRIVAL BY TRAIN
Train Station: Oranienburg or Copenhagen
ARRIVAL BY CAR
Parking: in Oranienburg free parking at the starting hotel, unguarded, no reservation possible
in Copenhagen Parking near the hotel, approx. € 40,- / day
Minimum: 4 persons
Tour bookable in both directions
Train Fakse / Rødvig - Køge: approx. € 12 (incl. Bicycle)Book here your discounted train ticket... Book your flights online... Book here your bus ticket... Book your hotel online...
Ferry Stubbeköping - Bogö: approx. € 10 (incl. Bicycle)
Visitor’s tax payable locally (approx. € 1,50 - € 2,50 per person per night)
- 11 nights in room with private facilities and breakfast
- Ferry Rostock-Gedser (incl. bicycle)
- Entrance to the Müritzeum, Waren
- Luggage service from hotel to hotel
- personal on-site tour presentation
- 7-days service hotline
- maps and information material per room
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Bicycles inclusive panniers:
7-speed (back pedal brake)/ 24-speed bike or
With an e-bike every bike tour is a breeze! If you had few opportunities to cycle over the last weeks or if you are not sure concerning your fitness, but also with physical disabilities, every bike ride is a treat! The shiftable, low noise electric drive of our modern e-bike relieves you of some of the work and increases the pedal force up to 3 times ... So you can now book a bike tour together with cyclists who have different fitness level. Acclivity can be handled easily.
Excellent tour, excellent bikes, accommodation somewhat mixedThe route from Berlin (Oranienburg) to Copenhagen was ideal for cycling - not too hilly, plenty of interesting places to see along the way, and a good sense of achievement at the end. The bikes were very high quality, reliable and comfortable, and ...more
Enjoyed the experience but other rides have been betterThe bicycles were very good and the initial briefing by the tour operator was excellent. The frame for my daughters bicycle was too big, she was offered a replacement with a smaller frame which was waiting fr us at the end of the first days ride. Very ...more
Berlin to Copenhagen 6th to 16th June 2016On the whole the directions and signposts were very good. The only difficulties we had were on page 25 finding our way from Ravensbruck to our hotel in Furstenberg; page 77 Hotel Strandhaus am Inselsee is 5 km outside Gustrow. We arrived at 12 noon and ...more
Jamieson/Truninger - Berlin to Copenhagen 2015Fantastic journey from Berlin through the German lake district to Rostock and then the coastal strip of eastern Denmark to Copenhagen.Services were all to expectation (very good) and the facilities good.Only aspect I could suggest for improvement is the ...more