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Havelradweg bei Werder, Foto: TMB
Havelradweg bei Brandenburg, Foto: TMB
Havelradweg bei Ketzin, Foto: TMB
Havelradweg bei Götz, Foto: TMB
Brücke über die Havel, Foto: TMB
Der Havelradweg, Foto: TMB
Die Havel, Foto: TMB
Havelradweg bei Werder, Foto: TMB
Havelradweg bei Brandenburg, Foto: TMB
Havelradweg bei Ketzin, Foto: TMB
Havelradweg bei Götz, Foto: TMB
Brücke über die Havel, Foto: TMB
Der Havelradweg, Foto: TMB

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Havel Cycle Path

Accompany the River Havel for 334 km on its fantastic and varied course before it merges with River Elbe, along the numerous lakes lined up like pearls on a string, through woodlands and terminal moraine landscapes. The serenity of the nature reserve offers the perfect opportunity for observing the indigenous sea eagle in its natural habitat. Unspoiled nature and industrial culture peacefully coexist throughout the clay-pit landscapes, around the VossKanal or at the ‘Gnevsdorfer Vorfluter‘. Not to forget the architectual remnants of Prussian culture to be found in the many palaces, residences and parks along the shore.

Signposts
A dark blue direction sign saying “Havel Radweg“ in white letters, depicting symbols such as the curved light blue line and orange bicycle.

Cycling Path Conditions /Path Construction
The paths are in excellent condition in Brandenburg’s Federal State county Oberhavel, extending from Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania to the border of Berlin. They are entirely paved or go on quiet side roads.
Underway in Potsdam available cycling paths can be used. There is a brand new cycling path between Potsdam and Brandenburg an der Havel. Between the latter and Havelberg cyclists partly follow the rural roads or go on bike paths built right next to the roads.

Map Recommendations
Flyer "Havel-Radweg", ed. by Tourismusverband Havelland e. V. , bikeline Radtourenbuch "Havel-Radweg", scale 1 : 75.000, published by Esterbauer GmbH, ISBN 978-3-85000-442-8
Accompany the River Havel for 334 km on its fantastic and varied course before it merges with River Elbe, along the numerous lakes lined up like pearls on a string, through woodlands and terminal moraine landscapes. The serenity of the nature reserve offers the perfect opportunity for observing the indigenous sea eagle in its natural habitat. Unspoiled nature and industrial culture peacefully coexist throughout the clay-pit landscapes, around the VossKanal or at the ‘Gnevsdorfer Vorfluter‘. Not to forget the architectual remnants of Prussian culture to be found in the many palaces, residences and parks along the shore.

Signposts
A dark blue direction sign saying “Havel Radweg“ in white letters, depicting symbols such as the curved light blue line and orange bicycle.

Cycling Path Conditions /Path Construction
The paths are in excellent condition in Brandenburg’s Federal State county Oberhavel, extending from Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania to the border of Berlin. They are entirely paved or go on quiet side roads.
Underway in Potsdam available cycling paths can be used. There is a brand new cycling path between Potsdam and Brandenburg an der Havel. Between the latter and Havelberg cyclists partly follow the rural roads or go on bike paths built right next to the roads.

Map Recommendations
Flyer "Havel-Radweg", ed. by Tourismusverband Havelland e. V. , bikeline Radtourenbuch "Havel-Radweg", scale 1 : 75.000, published by Esterbauer GmbH, ISBN 978-3-85000-442-8
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