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Brandenburg by Bike

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Oranienburg Palace © Ruppiner Land, Studio Prokopy
Havel River cycle path near Ketzin © TMB picture archive/ Hoffmann
Underway in the "Oderbruch" region on the Oder-Neiße cycle path © TMB picture archive/ Hoffmann
On the Elbe Cycle Route © TV Prignitz e.V. Corporate Art
Cyclist family aboard the Lenzen ferry crossing the Elbe River © Corporate Art
Oranienburg Palace © Ruppiner Land, Studio Prokopy
Havel River cycle path near Ketzin © TMB picture archive/ Hoffmann
Underway in the "Oderbruch" region on the Oder-Neiße cycle path © TMB picture archive/ Hoffmann
On the Elbe Cycle Route © TV Prignitz e.V. Corporate Art
Cyclist family aboard the Lenzen ferry crossing the Elbe River © Corporate Art

There are more than 7,000 kilometres of newly built cycle paths that lead you to the State´ key nature attractions. The flat cycle paths along the Brandenburg Rivers are not only relaxing and fun to ride on, but also offer fascinating impressions of the natural wonders along the way.
Many tours start off in Berlin and take you into Brandenburg’s stunning landscape in just a few kilometres.
Those of you who fancy a day trip can take the Berlin “S-Bahn” to reach Brandenburg’s countryside and one is quickly back in Berlin’s city centre before sunset. Visitors of Berlin and Potsdam should not miss the Berlin Wall trail “Mauerradweg” along the former wall and the “Alte Fritz Tour“, passing by the Palaces and Gardens of Potsdam.

Bike Tours in Brandenburg

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Rheinsberg castle © Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg GmbH/ Henry Mundt

With its 630 kilometres and therefrom 120 km in Brandenburg, the Berlin-Kopenhagen bike path connects two European capitals and takes its participants on a truly natural and cultural pleasure ride. A first stopover after starting in Berlin is the town of Oranienburg presenting a baroque palace and the nearby memorial site Sachsenhausen. More...

Oder-Neisse Cycle Path © TMB-Fotoarchiv/ Hoffmann

Experience boundless nature and culture along the Rivers Neiße and Oder and catch a glimpse of neighbouring Poland. This is where the towns are full of tranquillity and cities steeped in history or where one can trace the signs of a European future. In contrast to the urban life, idyllic, vast landscapes will leave a long lasting impression. More...

cycling near Lübbenau © TMB-Fotoarchiv/ Boettcher

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. More...

Grafitti, TMB/Huff

The Berlin Wall Trail has a total length of 160 kilometres. The tour starts off in central Berlin, at Potsdamer Platz. Heading southeast bound you will be wandering through downtown Berlin towards Schönefeld. The trail leads you westwards along the former border strip right into Potsdam. More...

Radlerpause an der Havel © TMB-Fotoarchiv Schwarz

Covering a distance of 1,111 kilometres, the Tour Brandenburg will soon be Germany’s longest-distance cycling route. The tour leads around Berlin and through the whole state of Brandenburg. This tour encompasses routes that provide for visiting 29 cities and towns in Brandenburg featuring a historic district. More...

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