Berlin-Usedom Long-Distance Cycle Trail

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Length: 334 km
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"Out of the capital and off to the Baltic Sea” could be the motto of this tour. It starts on Berlin´s “Schlossplatz” and passes through rural towns, villages and unspoilt countryside to the “Kaiserbäder” on Usedom. In Barmin, it runs through the Hussite town of Bernau, the “Biesenthaler Becken” and the “Schorfheide”, along Lake Werbellin, then across Joachimstal to Angermünde and Prenzlau. It continues in Mecklenburg past town walls, village churches, thatched roofs and manor houses on the Baltic Sea.
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  • Start am Brandenburger Tor, Foto: WITO GmbH
  • An der Panke, Foto: Jan Hoffmann
  • Stadttor Bernau, Foto: WITO GmbH
  • Stadtmauer Bernau, Foto: WITO GmbH
  • Auf dem Radweg: Werbellinkanal, Foto: WITO GmbH
  • Auf dem Radweg, Foto: WITO GmbH
  • Blick auf Prenzlau über den Unteruckersee, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Woge am Unteruckersee, Foto: Alena Lampe
  • Im Mauerpark Berlin, Foto: Jan Hoffmann
Recommended start: Berlin
Recommended finish: Peenemünde

Total length: 334 km, 139 km in Brandenburg

Attractions:
  • Bernau: A blend of medieval and modern
  • Biesenthaler Becken Nature Reserve: discover a wide variety of plants and animals, near to the town of Biesenthal
  • Schorfheide: widespread heathland in one of the largest areas of unbroken forests in Germany, moors, wetlands, small and large lakes (e.g. Lake Werbellin)
  • Blumberg Ponds around the town of Angermünde: Blumberg Mill (NABU information centre) and historic town centre
  • Prenzlau: fully restored Dominican monastery and St. Mary´s Church
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"Out of the capital and off to the Baltic Sea” could be the motto of this tour. It starts on Berlin´s “Schlossplatz” and passes through rural towns, villages and unspoilt countryside to the “Kaiserbäder” on Usedom. In Barmin, it runs through the Hussite town of Bernau, the “Biesenthaler Becken” and the “Schorfheide”, along Lake Werbellin, then across Joachimstal to Angermünde and Prenzlau. It continues in Mecklenburg past town walls, village churches, thatched roofs and manor houses on the Baltic Sea.
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  • Start am Brandenburger Tor, Foto: WITO GmbH
  • An der Panke, Foto: Jan Hoffmann
  • Stadttor Bernau, Foto: WITO GmbH
  • Stadtmauer Bernau, Foto: WITO GmbH
  • Auf dem Radweg: Werbellinkanal, Foto: WITO GmbH
  • Auf dem Radweg, Foto: WITO GmbH
  • Blick auf Prenzlau über den Unteruckersee, Foto: Anet Hoppe
  • Woge am Unteruckersee, Foto: Alena Lampe
Recommended start: Berlin
Recommended finish: Peenemünde

Total length: 334 km, 139 km in Brandenburg

Attractions:
  • Bernau: A blend of medieval and modern
  • Biesenthaler Becken Nature Reserve: discover a wide variety of plants and animals, near to the town of Biesenthal
  • Schorfheide: widespread heathland in one of the largest areas of unbroken forests in Germany, moors, wetlands, small and large lakes (e.g. Lake Werbellin)
  • Blumberg Ponds around the town of Angermünde: Blumberg Mill (NABU information centre) and historic town centre
  • Prenzlau: fully restored Dominican monastery and St. Mary´s Church
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Fax: +49 (0) 3334-59222

Weather Today, 22. 6.

17 25
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Wednesday
    13 24
  • Thursday
    14 24

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