Berlin to Copenhagen
Cycle in Europe from one capital to another…
This wonderful cycling adventure in Germany and Denmark is offered in both directions beginning in Berlin or beginning in Copenhagen. It is your choice. Berlin is a cornucopia of cultural and historical significance. This city has seen its share of war, which one is poignantly reminded of when passing through the remnants of the famous Brandenburg Gate that once fortified the city.
You will also cycle in the Brandenburg region, encountering a lush landscape that includes Nature Reserve Parks, such as Müritz National Park.
In Denmark, the route leads from coastal town to coastal town, showcasing thatched cottages as well as villas and grand houses surrounded by wide fields and arable land.
Copenhagen, the colorful Danish capital, on the island of Sjaelland will be a highlight for sure.
Mecklenburg Lake district
Ferry from Rostock to white cliffs of Møn Island
Cycling the coast
Müritz National Park
**This tour is possible in reverse! Ask us.
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Berlin to Rostock: Tour starts on Sundays, May 29 to September 11, 2016
Sold out dates: August 7 and August 14, 2016.
Berlin to Copenhagen: Tour starts on Mondays, June 6 through August 29, 2016.
Thursdays, July 14, 21, 28 and August 4, 11, and 18, 2016.
Sold out dates: August 1 and August 15, 2016.
Copenhagen to Berlin: Tour starts on Thursdays, June 16, through August 26, 2016.
Sold out date: August 11
Alternative dates can be arranged for groups of 4 or more.
Berlin to Copenhagen: Tour starts on Mondays, June 5 through August 28, 2017
Thursdays, July 13 through August 17, 2017
Copenhagen to Berlin: Tour starts on Thursdays, June 15 through August 24, 2017
Berlin to Rostock: Tour starts on Mondays, June 5 through August 28, 2017
Thursdays, July 13 through August 17, 2017
Where You’ll Stay
Very good 3 star to 4 star hotels
- Accommodations for 7 or 11 nights
- 21-speed hybrid bicycle
- Luggage transportation
- Route descriptions & maps
- GPS tracks are available! Please ask.
- Tour information packet
- Ferry Rostock to Gedser
- 7 day service hotline
- Admission to the Müritzeum
What’s Not Included
- Rostock train station to Rostock harbor, ± € 7 with bike
- Train journey from Fakse or Rødvig to Køge, ± € 12 with bike
- Ferry Stubbekøping to Bogø, ± € 10
- Remaining meals
- Local tax
Tour can be taken for 8 days or 12 days.
- Arrival in Oranienburg
- Oranienburg - Fürstenberg and surroundings, 44 mi. (70 km)
- Fürstenberg - Neustrelitz, 28 mi. (45 km)
- Neustrelitz - Waren, 41 mi. (65 km)
- Waren - Krakow am See, 31 mi. (50 km)
- Krakow - Güstrow, 19 mi. (30 km)
- Güstrow - Rostock, 34 mi. (54 km)
* 8 Day tour ends after overnight in Rostock
- Rostock - Nykobing/Falster (DM), 25 mi. (40 km)
- Nykobing/Falster - Insel Mon, 41 mi. (65 km)
- Island Mon - Koge, 31 to 42 mi. (50 to 68 km)
- Koge - Copenhagen, 30 mi. (49 km)
- Departure from Copenhagen
Itinerary below is approximate.
DAY 1: Arrival in Berlin/Oranienburg
Arrival in Oranienburg which has a direct train connection with Berlin.
DAY 2: Oranienburg - Fürstenberg and surroundings, 44 mi. (70 km)
Your bike tour in Germany begins biking along the Oder-Havel-Canal to Liebenwalde. Here you can find a museum in a former prison. You'll continue along the Havel to the charming town of Zehdenick. You'll spend the night in Fürstenberg.
DAY 3: Fürstenberg - Neustrelitz, 28 mi. (45 km)
Today you will find your way to the town of Stechlin which, through the writings of T. Fontane, plays a big role in many legends.
DAY 4: Neustrelitz - Waren, 41 mi. (65 km)
A highlight of this tour is the amazing Müritz-National Park. This inviting park is scattered with more than 130 lakes all surrounded by miles of paths and trails.
The little village of Ankershagen, where the Troy-explorer Schlieman grew up, is located on the your way to Federow. With a little luck you might see an eagle in this area.
DAY 5: Warren - Krakow am See, 31 mi. (50 km)
You will experience natural peace and relaxation as you bike through the Nature preserve "Nossentiner Heide" (heide=heather). You will also bike through large forests on to Krakow.
DAY 6: Krakow - Güstrow, 19 mi. (30 km)
Your day's end destination, Güstrow, renowned for the late artist, Barlach, isn't too long of a bike ride today. A sightseeing tour in the Old Town and the E. Barlach Atelier upon your arrival is time well spent.
DAY 7: Güstrow - Rostock, 34 mi. (54 km)
Your entire day is spent cycling along the Bützow - Güstrow canal. En route, you can take a train to Rostock (at your own expense). You will spend the night in Rostock. During the first part of August, during the Hansesail Regatta, there is the possibility of an overnight in Güstrow.
8 Day tour ends after overnight in Rostock
DAY 8: Rostock - Nykobing/Falster (DM), 25 mi. (40 km)
You will take the train from Rostock to the harbor and board the ferry. The ferry ride takes 2 hours until you reach Gedser. After arriving in Denmark you will enjoy beautiful landscapes biking over dikes and through small forests along the best beaches of Falster.
DAY 9: Nykobing/Falster - Island Møn, 41 mi. (65 km)
A beautiful ride is waiting for you today. Biking along the coast you'll arrive in the old merchants town of Stubbeköbing. Before you take the ferry to the island of Bogö, it's worth a visit to explore the old town. You will spend the night on the island of Mön. This island has incredible steep chalk cliffs called "Møn Klint". On quiet country roads you can explore this little village with its straw covered roofs, or find a beach to go for a swim in the Baltic Sea.
DAY 10: Island Møn - Køge, 32 to 42 mi. (52 to 68 km)
You can choose to bike to Fakse, which is about 33 miles, or to Rödvig, approximately 43 miles. From either you can take the train to your final destination.
You'll start the day biking over the bridge from Mön to Sealand. Over quiet country roads you'll bike through a coastal landscape heading north. Villas, mansions, pastures, and farmlands decorate the landscape.
Your hotel is near the harbor.
DAY 11: Køge - Copenhagen, 30 mi. (49 km)
A part of today's route is on bike paths along the coast. But once you get to town, don't miss a visit to the museum of Modern Art in Ishöj. All points of interest can be reached by foot from the central train station. Don't forget to make a stop at Tivoli (an amusement park) or go for a drink near the old harbor.
DAY 12: Departure from Copenhagen
Your bike in Copenhagen will end following breakfast.
Copenhagen to Berlin:
Day 1: Copenhagen
Day 2: Copenhagen - Køge, 55 km
Day 3: Køge - Møn Island, 50/68 km
Day 4: Møn Island - Nykøbing?Falster, 65 km
Day 5: Nykøging/Falster-Rostock, 40 km
Day 6: Rostock - Güstrow, 54 km
Day 7: Güstrow - Krakow, 30 km
Day 8: Krakow - Waren/Müritz, 50 km
Day 9: Waren - Neustrelitz, 65 km
Day 10: Neustrelitz - Fürstenberg/Neuglobsow, 45 km
Day 11: Fürstenberg/Neuglobsow - Oranienburg, 70 km
Day 12: Departure