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Arrival by Bike

Long-Distance Bike Trails to Berlin

There might not be a more environmental friendly way to get to Berlin, than by bike, though this option is a little more time consuming. At the moment, four national long-distance bike trails lead over and to the German capital – the European Bicycle Route R1, the Havel Route, as well as the trails Berlin-Usedom and Berlin-Kopenhagen.

The European Bicycle Route R1 is more than 3,500 km long, has its starting point in Calais, France and passes Berlin leading all the way to St. Petersburg in Russia. The R1 is often separated into two sections. The western section contains the route from Calais to Berlin, whereas the eastern tour determines the route from Berlin to St. Petersburg.
In the western route the R1 leads from Calais to Bruges in Belgium and further to the Netherlands through Den Haag, Utrecht and Arnhem. In Vreden it crosses the Dutch-German border and leads over the provinces Nordrhein-Westfahlen, Niedersachsen, SachsenAnhalt and Brandenburg directly to the centre of Berlin.
In the eastern section the R1 starts in St. Petersburg and leads through Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and then right through Poland. In Kostrzyn the trail crosses the Polish-German border and one approaches Berlin through the Märkische Schweiz and the Oderbruch.

The Havel Route starts at the spring of the river, called Havel, in the German province Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and leads further over Berlin and Brandenburg to the estuary mouth of the Elbe in Sachsen-Anhalt.

The long-distance trail Berlin-Usedom contains a 337km long section from the island Usedom over Peenemünde, through Vorpommern, to Uckermark and right to the Berlin district, called Mitte. It is planned to continue this route further to Stettin over the island Wollin.

The trail Berlin-Copenhagen truly connects two impressive cities. The total length is about 630km, whereas the route through Denmark already includes 260km. This trail, further, is part of the EuroVelo-Route 7, which leads from the North-Cape all the way to Malta. Starting in Copenhagen, the tour heads along the coast of the Baltic Sea to Gedser, where a ferry connects Denmark with Germany in Rostock. From the province Mecklenburg-Vorpommern over Brandenburg you get directly to Berlin.
 

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