First Stage “Berlin-Copenhagen Cycle Route”: Berlin - Oranienburg

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The first stage of the Berlin - Copenhagen Cycle Route is 50 kilometres long and takes you from Berlin-Mitte to Oranienburg. First you pass the sights of Berlin such as the Brandenburg Gate. You continue along the River Havel via and then to Hennigsdorf. From there it’s just a stone’s throw to Oranienburg and its 17th century palace.
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  • Berlin Brandenburger Tor, ©WITO GmbH
  • Schloss Oranienburg, ©TMB-Fotoarchiv/Werk 3
Length: 50 kilometres

Start: Berlin

Finish: Oranienburg

Logo/route sign: “Berlin-Copenhagen Cycle Route” logo

How to get back: From Oranienburg take the RE5 (Wünsdorf-Waldstadt) to Berlin central station (about 30 minutes).

Route: Berlin Museum Island, Brandenburg Gate, Westhafen (Western Harbour), Zentraler Festplatz event area, Wasserstadtbrücke bridge in Spandau, Bürger Ablage bathing area, Nieder Neuendorf, Hennigsdorf, Stolpe waterworks, Birkenwerder, Briese, Borgsdorf, Oranienburg

Points of interest/background information:
  • Berlin: Brandenburg Gate
  • Nieder Neuendorf border tower
  • Birkenwerder: Clara-Zetkin memorial site
  • Oranienburg: Palace and park, Oranienwerk - cultural and creative venue, Sachsenhausen memorial and museum, Oberhavel organic herbs

Possible combinations

  • European Bicycle Route R1
  • Berlin-Leipzig Cycle Path
  • Havel Cycle Path
  • Mauerweg (Berlin Wall Trail)
  • Havelland Cycle Path
  • Queen Luise Cycle Path
  • Lakes and Culture Cycle Path
  • Historic Town Centres Cycle Routes - Route 2
  • Dutch Circular Trail

Trail conditions/surface: The route runs along newly developed, asphalted and well signposted cycle paths and farm tracks with just a little access traffic.

Maps/Literature:

  • “Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen”, 1:75.000, Esterbauer-Verlag, Auflage: 08. (24. Juli 2015), ISBN-13: 978-3850004541, Euro 13.90
  • “Radkarte Ruppiner Land”, 1:75.000, Esterbauer Verlag, Auflage: 1. (15. April 2011), ISBN-10: 3850003043, Euro 6.90

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The first stage of the Berlin - Copenhagen Cycle Route is 50 kilometres long and takes you from Berlin-Mitte to Oranienburg. First you pass the sights of Berlin such as the Brandenburg Gate. You continue along the River Havel via and then to Hennigsdorf. From there it’s just a stone’s throw to Oranienburg and its 17th century palace.
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  • Berlin Brandenburger Tor, ©WITO GmbH
  • Schloss Oranienburg, ©TMB-Fotoarchiv/Werk 3
Length: 50 kilometres

Start: Berlin

Finish: Oranienburg

Logo/route sign: “Berlin-Copenhagen Cycle Route” logo

How to get back: From Oranienburg take the RE5 (Wünsdorf-Waldstadt) to Berlin central station (about 30 minutes).

Route: Berlin Museum Island, Brandenburg Gate, Westhafen (Western Harbour), Zentraler Festplatz event area, Wasserstadtbrücke bridge in Spandau, Bürger Ablage bathing area, Nieder Neuendorf, Hennigsdorf, Stolpe waterworks, Birkenwerder, Briese, Borgsdorf, Oranienburg

Points of interest/background information:
  • Berlin: Brandenburg Gate
  • Nieder Neuendorf border tower
  • Birkenwerder: Clara-Zetkin memorial site
  • Oranienburg: Palace and park, Oranienwerk - cultural and creative venue, Sachsenhausen memorial and museum, Oberhavel organic herbs

Possible combinations

  • European Bicycle Route R1
  • Berlin-Leipzig Cycle Path
  • Havel Cycle Path
  • Mauerweg (Berlin Wall Trail)
  • Havelland Cycle Path
  • Queen Luise Cycle Path
  • Lakes and Culture Cycle Path
  • Historic Town Centres Cycle Routes - Route 2
  • Dutch Circular Trail

Trail conditions/surface: The route runs along newly developed, asphalted and well signposted cycle paths and farm tracks with just a little access traffic.

Maps/Literature:

  • “Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen”, 1:75.000, Esterbauer-Verlag, Auflage: 08. (24. Juli 2015), ISBN-13: 978-3850004541, Euro 13.90
  • “Radkarte Ruppiner Land”, 1:75.000, Esterbauer Verlag, Auflage: 1. (15. April 2011), ISBN-10: 3850003043, Euro 6.90

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Weather Today, 27. 9.

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