This is a classic cycling holiday taking you from Berlin all the way through northern Germany to Denmark’s wonderful capital, Copenhagen. Enjoy a combination of cosmopolitan cities, tranquil rivers, gorgeous lake-land scenery, idyllic beaches and islands.
This is a journey of real variety leading you from Berlin through the rural, scenic states of Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern to Rostock on the Baltic Sea coast. Here you’ll catch the ferry across to Denmark, disembarking on the peaceful island of Falster. You then island hop northwards, passing through Bogø, Møn and Zeeland.
Waren - Lake Müritz
These quiet islands offer serene cycling, quaint, traditional villages and wonderful sea scapes. Finally, you arrive in Copenhagen – one of the most vibrant, cycle friendly cities in Europe and the perfect finale to your trip.
Apart from the famous cities at either end, highlights of this route include riding through the Müritz and Nossentiner Heide National Parks, the peaceful shores of Lake Stechlin, and the wonderful old towns of Waren and Güstrow.
Some of the daily rides are relatively long – 45+ miles on some days – and so you do need a fairly good standard of fitness to really enjoy this tour. You’ll be cycling on a variety of surfaces, from quiet back roads and country lanes to canal towpaths, lakeside tracks and open coastal roads.