Berlin-Leipzig Cycle Path

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Length: 250 km
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With a total length of around 250 km, this cycle route takes you through a total of four federal states. The route runs mainly on special cycle paths, hiking trails and low-traffic country roads. The starting point is the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, the destination is Leipzig Central Station.
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  • Mönchenkloster in Jüterbog, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • In der Nikolaikirche in Jüterbog, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • Kloster Zinna, Foto: Jedrzer Marzecki
  • Am Mellensee, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • Auf der Flaeming-Skate, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
You leave Berlin in a southerly direction and pass the charming lake area between Rangsdorf and the community of Am Mellensee. For about 35 km, the Berlin-Leipzig cycle path continues along the Flaeming skate routes with their fine and smooth asphalt surfaces. The route continues via Luckenwalde, Jüterbog and Zahna. A detour to the historic old town of Jüterbog with no less than 3 stops on the European Route of Brick Gothic is worthwhile. Then Lutherstadt Wittenberg with its UNESCO World Heritage Site invites you to linger.

Once across the Elbe, the Dübener Heide Nature Park follows shortly afterwards, with the spa towns of Bad Schmiedeberg and Bad Düben. The last section takes you via Wölkau and Merkwitz to the north-east of the trade fair city of Leipzig, where the route partly follows the Parthe river to the main railway station in the heart of the city.

Length: 250 km (Brandenburg section 101 km)

Start: Brandenburg Gate, Berlin
Destination: Leipzig main railway station

Marking/Logo: Square with four fields: sun (orange), bicycle (blue), landscape (green), lettering "Radweg Berlin Leipzig" (blue, green)

Route description: Berlin - Zossen - Jüterbog - Lutherstadt Wittenberg - Bad Düben - Leipzig

Possible combinations / connections to other cycle routes:
  • Near Jänickendorf: Historic Town Centres Cycle Route 5 & Tour Brandenburg.
  • Near Jüterbog: Cycle route Historic Town Centres 5 & Cycle route Historic Town Centres 4 & Tour Brandenburg & FlaemingSkate
  • To the old town of Jüterbog: coming from the north, follow Route 4 Historic Town Centres at the Tauentzienstraße junction; from the south, in Altes Lager, follow the cycle path along the B 102 to the east.

Route conditions: mainly on special cycle paths, footpaths and low-traffic country roads.

Maps/literature:

Folding map "Berlin-Leipzig Cycle Route", DIN long landscape format, can be ordered free of charge from the Fläming Tourist Association or from the Anhalt-Dessau-Wittenberg World Heritage Region.

"Cycling from the Federal Capital to the Trade Fair City - Berlin-Leipzig Cycle Route", handlebar bag map, Bielefelder Verlag, 1:50 000, €7.95, ISBN 978-3-87073-493-0
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With a total length of around 250 km, this cycle route takes you through a total of four federal states. The route runs mainly on special cycle paths, hiking trails and low-traffic country roads. The starting point is the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, the destination is Leipzig Central Station.
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  • Mönchenkloster in Jüterbog, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • In der Nikolaikirche in Jüterbog, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • Kloster Zinna, Foto: Jedrzer Marzecki
  • Am Mellensee, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
You leave Berlin in a southerly direction and pass the charming lake area between Rangsdorf and the community of Am Mellensee. For about 35 km, the Berlin-Leipzig cycle path continues along the Flaeming skate routes with their fine and smooth asphalt surfaces. The route continues via Luckenwalde, Jüterbog and Zahna. A detour to the historic old town of Jüterbog with no less than 3 stops on the European Route of Brick Gothic is worthwhile. Then Lutherstadt Wittenberg with its UNESCO World Heritage Site invites you to linger.

Once across the Elbe, the Dübener Heide Nature Park follows shortly afterwards, with the spa towns of Bad Schmiedeberg and Bad Düben. The last section takes you via Wölkau and Merkwitz to the north-east of the trade fair city of Leipzig, where the route partly follows the Parthe river to the main railway station in the heart of the city.

Length: 250 km (Brandenburg section 101 km)

Start: Brandenburg Gate, Berlin
Destination: Leipzig main railway station

Marking/Logo: Square with four fields: sun (orange), bicycle (blue), landscape (green), lettering "Radweg Berlin Leipzig" (blue, green)

Route description: Berlin - Zossen - Jüterbog - Lutherstadt Wittenberg - Bad Düben - Leipzig

Possible combinations / connections to other cycle routes:
  • Near Jänickendorf: Historic Town Centres Cycle Route 5 & Tour Brandenburg.
  • Near Jüterbog: Cycle route Historic Town Centres 5 & Cycle route Historic Town Centres 4 & Tour Brandenburg & FlaemingSkate
  • To the old town of Jüterbog: coming from the north, follow Route 4 Historic Town Centres at the Tauentzienstraße junction; from the south, in Altes Lager, follow the cycle path along the B 102 to the east.

Route conditions: mainly on special cycle paths, footpaths and low-traffic country roads.

Maps/literature:

Folding map "Berlin-Leipzig Cycle Route", DIN long landscape format, can be ordered free of charge from the Fläming Tourist Association or from the Anhalt-Dessau-Wittenberg World Heritage Region.

"Cycling from the Federal Capital to the Trade Fair City - Berlin-Leipzig Cycle Route", handlebar bag map, Bielefelder Verlag, 1:50 000, €7.95, ISBN 978-3-87073-493-0
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