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Cycling routes and bike maps in and around


Find and create the best cycling routes in Germany thanks to the Bikemap bike route planner: Germany is known for its pittoresque landscape and dynamic cities. Cycling paths along the  or the  offer historic sights and interesting cycling routes. While the maritime atmosphere dominates the North, the regions in the republic’s South - with their often deserted hills and forests - provide space for long cycling tours. The pleasant temperate climate, the efficient infrastructure and castles as long as the eye can see make Germany an ideal destination for adventures by bike.

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  • Take a bike tour through Bavaria and discover the fairytale castles of King Ludwig ll., Neuschwanstein and Linderhof.

  • Those wanting to enjoy something cultural after cycling in Berlin can take a walk through ancient Babylon, meet an Egyptian princess or dive into Caspar David Friedrich’s romantic paintings on the Museum Island - all in one day.

  • Germany’s maritime heritage, Hamburg, is easily explored by bike. Afterwards, you can enjoy a fantastic evening at the fish market which offers a lot more than “just” food.


  • Don’t walk on cycling lanes.

  • Helmets are not mandatory in Germany - not even for children.

  • When taking a break from cycling and enjoying a beer, one should say “Prost” and look the other person in the eye when drinking to someone or something.

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