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Cycling Route Spreeradweg
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Cycling Route Spreeradweg

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Cycling Route Spreeradweg

Along the River Spree from Saxony to Berlin, 196km
The cycle path starts off at the head of the River Spree in Upper Lusatia of Saxony leading cyclists to the edge of Berlin city. Following a visit of Lusatia’s metropolis Cottbus, cyclists go on an easy ride across the 1,000 hectare-pond landscape surrounding the town of Peitz and into the magical Spreewald forest. Having strolled through the historic city centre of Beeskow, cyclists pass a dam between River Spree and the Oder-Spree-Kanal (canal) bringing them to the lock “Kersdorfer Schleuse”. From the cathedral city of Fürstenwalde and Erkner it is just a stone’s throw to Berlin.

Signposts for cyclists
The logo of the “Spreeradweg” bike path displays the River Spree and the Brandenburg Gate.

Path conditions and development
The bike path leads mostly across paved tracks and nearly always well developed distances.

Map and guide recommendations
  • Bikeline Radtourenbuch (guide for cycling tours) “Spree-Radweg”. Von der Quelle nach Berlin (paperback), 1:75.000, Publisher: Esterbauer-Verlag, ISBN 978-3-85000-070-3, 10.40 Euro
  • Radtourenführer Spree-Radweg” (guide for cycling tours), 1:75.000, Sachsen-Kartographie, ISBN 978-3-932281-72-3, 4.00 Euro
  • “Radtourenführer Spree-Radweg“, 1:50.000, Sachsen-Kartographie, ISBN 978-3-86843-072-1, 5.50 Euro
  • ADFC-Radtourenkarte Blatt 14 “Lausitz/Östliches Erzgebirge” (Map for cycling tours in Lusatia/Eastern Erz Mountains by the German Cycling Club), 1:150.000, ISBN 978-3-870730741, 6.80 Euro
Along the River Spree from Saxony to Berlin, 196km
The cycle path starts off at the head of the River Spree in Upper Lusatia of Saxony leading cyclists to the edge of Berlin city. Following a visit of Lusatia’s metropolis Cottbus, cyclists go on an easy ride across the 1,000 hectare-pond landscape surrounding the town of Peitz and into the magical Spreewald forest. Having strolled through the historic city centre of Beeskow, cyclists pass a dam between River Spree and the Oder-Spree-Kanal (canal) bringing them to the lock “Kersdorfer Schleuse”. From the cathedral city of Fürstenwalde and Erkner it is just a stone’s throw to Berlin.

Signposts for cyclists
The logo of the “Spreeradweg” bike path displays the River Spree and the Brandenburg Gate.

Path conditions and development
The bike path leads mostly across paved tracks and nearly always well developed distances.

Map and guide recommendations
  • Bikeline Radtourenbuch (guide for cycling tours) “Spree-Radweg”. Von der Quelle nach Berlin (paperback), 1:75.000, Publisher: Esterbauer-Verlag, ISBN 978-3-85000-070-3, 10.40 Euro
  • Radtourenführer Spree-Radweg” (guide for cycling tours), 1:75.000, Sachsen-Kartographie, ISBN 978-3-932281-72-3, 4.00 Euro
  • “Radtourenführer Spree-Radweg“, 1:50.000, Sachsen-Kartographie, ISBN 978-3-86843-072-1, 5.50 Euro
  • ADFC-Radtourenkarte Blatt 14 “Lausitz/Östliches Erzgebirge” (Map for cycling tours in Lusatia/Eastern Erz Mountains by the German Cycling Club), 1:150.000, ISBN 978-3-870730741, 6.80 Euro
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