Circular Bicycle Tour Around Berlin

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Length: 320 km
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Cycle right around Berlin on a multi-day bicycle tour or actively discover the varied natural landscapes of the capital’s regional parks in stages. The bicycle tour leads through unique natural landscapes with forests and lakes, as well as through small villages steeped in fascinating history, sparsely populated areas and towns with magnificent castles typical of the region. Ideal for families, leisure cyclists and cycle travellers.
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  • Hönow , Foto: Sebastian Wunderlich, Lizenz: Lokale Aktionsgruppe Barnim
  • Wilmersdorf, Foto: Sebastian Wunderlich, Lizenz: Lokale Aktionsgruppe Barnim
  • Brücke Werder, Foto: Sebastian Wunderlich, Lizenz: Lokale Aktionsgruppe Barnim
  • In Altlandsberg, Foto: Sebastian Wunderlich, Lizenz: Lokale Aktionsgruppe Barnim
Whether Barnimer Feldmark, Müggel-Spree, Döberitzer Heide or Havelland: the bicycle route takes you directly through rural Brandenburg in 11 stages. The option of using public transport to travel to and from the individual start and finish points is particularly attractive. More than 20 railway stations are located directly along the route.

Length: 320 kilometres / Duration: 4 to 5 days

Start/finish: Bernau near Berlin

Signs/logo: Cyclist on a yellow flower with Brandenburg Gate

How to get there:
  • Public transport: RE to Bernau bei Berlin
  • Car: From Berlin take the A114, then the A10 to Schwanebecker Chaussee in Bernau bei Berlin, take the A11 exit 16 for Bernau-Süd (40 minutes, approximately 32 kilometres)
  • Route: Bernau (bei Berlin), Werneuchen, Strausberg, Erkner, Königs Wusterhausen, Großbeeren, Potsdam, Werder (Havel), Brieselang, Kremmen, Oranienburg, Bernau (bei Berlin)

Possible combinations:

  • Through the Barnim Nature Park
  • Oder-Spree Tour
  • Hofjagd Cycle Path
  • FONTANE.RAD from Werder (Havel) to Brandenburg an der Havel
  • Havel Cycle Path

Trail conditions/surface: good cycle paths, dirt tracks in some sections

Maps/Literature:

  • Imageflyer "Rund um Berlin"
  • Große Wander- und Radwanderkarte Berlin und Umgebung, Maßstab 1:35.000, Dr. Barthel Verlag, ISBN: 978-3-89591-148-4, 3. Auflage, Euro 6.90

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Cycle right around Berlin on a multi-day bicycle tour or actively discover the varied natural landscapes of the capital’s regional parks in stages. The bicycle tour leads through unique natural landscapes with forests and lakes, as well as through small villages steeped in fascinating history, sparsely populated areas and towns with magnificent castles typical of the region. Ideal for families, leisure cyclists and cycle travellers.
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  • Hönow , Foto: Sebastian Wunderlich, Lizenz: Lokale Aktionsgruppe Barnim
  • Wilmersdorf, Foto: Sebastian Wunderlich, Lizenz: Lokale Aktionsgruppe Barnim
  • Brücke Werder, Foto: Sebastian Wunderlich, Lizenz: Lokale Aktionsgruppe Barnim
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Whether Barnimer Feldmark, Müggel-Spree, Döberitzer Heide or Havelland: the bicycle route takes you directly through rural Brandenburg in 11 stages. The option of using public transport to travel to and from the individual start and finish points is particularly attractive. More than 20 railway stations are located directly along the route.

Length: 320 kilometres / Duration: 4 to 5 days

Start/finish: Bernau near Berlin

Signs/logo: Cyclist on a yellow flower with Brandenburg Gate

How to get there:
  • Public transport: RE to Bernau bei Berlin
  • Car: From Berlin take the A114, then the A10 to Schwanebecker Chaussee in Bernau bei Berlin, take the A11 exit 16 for Bernau-Süd (40 minutes, approximately 32 kilometres)
  • Route: Bernau (bei Berlin), Werneuchen, Strausberg, Erkner, Königs Wusterhausen, Großbeeren, Potsdam, Werder (Havel), Brieselang, Kremmen, Oranienburg, Bernau (bei Berlin)

Possible combinations:

  • Through the Barnim Nature Park
  • Oder-Spree Tour
  • Hofjagd Cycle Path
  • FONTANE.RAD from Werder (Havel) to Brandenburg an der Havel
  • Havel Cycle Path

Trail conditions/surface: good cycle paths, dirt tracks in some sections

Maps/Literature:

  • Imageflyer "Rund um Berlin"
  • Große Wander- und Radwanderkarte Berlin und Umgebung, Maßstab 1:35.000, Dr. Barthel Verlag, ISBN: 978-3-89591-148-4, 3. Auflage, Euro 6.90

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Bahnhofsvorplatz

16321 Bernau (b. Berlin)

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Tourismusverband Dahme Seenland e.V.

Bahnhofsvorplatz 5
15711 Königs Wusterhausen

Tel.: +49 (0) 3375-252025

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