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Berlin Wall Trail

Produktbild

1:20000

Length: 160 km
Stadtpläne, Spiralbindung
978-3-85000-458-9
Price: € 13.90
A route for cyclists, hikers and skaters along the path of the former Berlin Wall. [read more...]

Cycle tour around the Limfjord

Produktbild

1:75000

Length: 610 km
Stadtpläne, Übernachtungsverzeichnis, Höhenprofil, Spiralbindung
978-3-85000-121-2
Price: € 12.90
The Limfjord Route takes you through a landscape of fertile hills and fjord stretching as far as the eye can see, while in the fields animals graze in peace and tranquillity. The Limfjord Route takes you through small, charming villages as well as larger towns with great sightseeing.possibilities [read more...]

Cycling Guide Provence

Produktbild Arles, Nîmes, Avignon, Camargue

1:75000

Length: 448 km
Stadtpläne, Übernachtungsverzeichnis, Höhenprofil, Spiralbindung
978-3-85000-120-5
Price: € 12.90
Provence – The name alone sounds inviting to every traveller. Let yourself be enchanted by ancient towns and historic monasteries, by the rich scent from fields of lavender, the charm of tiny villages and French joie de vivre. A refreshing plunge into the Mediterranean is just one of the many highlights of this bicycle tour. [read more...]

Danube Bike Trail 1

Produktbild Part 1: German Danube, Donaueschingen to Passau

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Length: 580 km
Stadtpläne, Übernachtungsverzeichnis, Höhenprofil, Spiralbindung
978-3-85000-617-0
Price: € 13.90
From its headwaters in the Black Forest of southwestern Germany, the Danube flows through some of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe. Pristine flood-plains, picturesque villages and small towns, and a wealth of cultural landmarks line the river as it begins its long march to the distant Black Sea. These tranquil valleys are also ideal for cycling. In recent years, many of the paths and lanes along the river have been paved specifically for bicycle tourists. As a result, almost the entire route follows smooth quiet roads that make it ideal for families with children. [read more...]

Danube Bike Trail 2

Produktbild Part 2: Austrian Danube: From Passau to Vienna

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Length: 320 km
Stadtpläne, Übernachtungsverzeichnis, Höhenprofil, Spiralbindung
978-3-85000-160-1
Price: € 14.90
The Danube bicycle route between Passau and Vienna ranks as Europe’s best-known and most-loved cycling route – and for good reason. No other section of the river offers as diverse a range of landscapes and cultural landmarks or as many historical sites. Tranquil valleys, fertile plains, and steep vineyards line the banks of one of Europe’s great rivers, where pretty farms and glorious abbeys stand side-by-side. The loop of the Danube at Schlögen, the abbey at Melk, and the romantic Wachau wine-producing region are just some of the highlights along the 320 kilometer route. [read more...]

Danube Bike Trail 3

Produktbild Part 3: Slovak and Hungarian Danube. From Vienna to Budapest

1:75000

Length: 334 km
Stadtpläne, Übernachtungsverzeichnis, Höhenprofil, Spiralbindung
978-3-85000-212-7
Price: € 14.90
The Danube Bicycle Route from Vienna to Budapest is the logical extension of the most popular cycling route in Europe, the Danube Bicycle Route from Passau to Vienna. A little wilder, but just as interesting, the 334-kilometer ride passes through parts of Austria, Slovakia and Hungary. The cycling tourist can look forward to excellent cycling paths on the dykes that line the Danube in Austria and Slovakia, quiet country roads, pristine villages, and culturally interesting cities like Györ and Esztergom in Hungary, the Danube‘s scenic "knee" north of Budapest, and of course the ancient and exquisite Hungarian capital city itself. [read more...]

Danube Bike Trail 4

Produktbild Part 4: From Budapest to Belgrade "On the Beautiful Blue Danube"

1:75000

Length: 570 km
Stadtpläne, Übernachtungsverzeichnis, Höhenprofil, Spiralbindung
978-3-85000-296-7
Price: € 14.90
If you are a keen touring cyclist and are looking for a slightly more adventurous ride in Europe, then this is the tour you are looking for. The 520 to 570?Kilometre long route from Budapest to Belgrad takes you through impressive landscapes, quiet rural villages and beautiful historic towns and cities, with traces of the region's turbulent history at every turn. You pass through three countries on your way along Europe's second longest river. Highlights include Budapest, with its museums and historic castle district, Novi Sad and the Petrovaradin fortress and the end goal of the tour, Belgrade, where numerous museums, an impressive historic centre and the famous Kalemegdan park with the Belgrade Fortress await you. [read more...]

Danube Bike Trail 5

Produktbild Part 5: From Belgrade to the Black Sea

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Length: 1400 km
Stadtpläne, Übernachtungsverzeichnis, Höhenprofil, Spiralbindung
978-3-85000-283-7
Price: € 14.90
In this fifth part of the Danube Bike Trail series a 1,400 kilometre long, adventurous journey from Belgrade to the Black Sea awaits you. The legacies of a long and tumultuous history, wonderful natural landscapes and humble rural villages make this tour a unique experience. The Belgrade fortress, the Kalemegdan, the Iron Gate, the undulating hilly landscapes of Bulgaria and Romania and the numerous archaeological excavations and ruins of past empires are only some of the highlights of this journey.
For much of the way you have a choice of riding on the northern or southern bank of the Danube, while you can either ride the last section in Romania to Tulcea along the Danube or via the harbour city of Constanta and the Black Sea coast. From Tulcea you can take a river cruise to the delta and the mouth of the Danube at kilometre zero. [read more...]

Elbe River Trail 1

Produktbild Part 1: From Prague to Magdeburg

1:75000

Length: 500 km
Stadtpläne, Übernachtungsverzeichnis, Höhenprofil, Spiralbindung
978-3-85000-331-5
Price: € 13.90
Just over 500 kilometres in length, the route from Prague to Magdeburg offers a great mix of impressions and experiences, taking you though a change of landscapes, cultures and historic highlights – all in an easy-to-reach part of central Europe. A perfect blend of adventure, relaxed cycling, natural landscapes and a cultural and historic journey of great interest await you: Two great cultural capitals - Prague and Dresden, charming Bohemian and Saxon towns, palaces and castles, porcelain from Meissen, the Saxon Wine Road, Martin Luther’s city Wittenberg, the Elbe’s wide flood-plains and, as a concluding highlight, the old city of Magdeburg. [read more...]

Elbe River Trail 2

Produktbild Part 2: From Magdeburg to Cuxhaven

1:75000

Length: 500 km
Stadtpläne, Übernachtungsverzeichnis, Höhenprofil, Spiralbindung
978-3-85000-332-2
Price: € 13.90
The Elbe River Trail from Magdeburg to Cuxhaven is about 500 Kilometres in length, with an additional 200 Kilometres of Alternative routes and excursions covered in this guide. An alternative route is given on the opposite bank of the Elbe from Rogätz to Wittenberge, while two main routes, one on each bank, follow the river from Wittenberge to the North Sea, with the exception of the south bank by Hamburg Surface quality and traffic In Saxony-Anhalt you will mostly be riding along small, quiet roads and good quality bicycle paths, rarely having to use the rough, old concrete paths. The route in Lower Saxony and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern mostly runs on asphalt bicycle paths along the Elbe dikes, with only some short sections where you must ride with the traffic. After Hitzacker there is even a surprisingly steep section to master. The route from Hamburg to Cuxhaven runs almost exclusively along asphalt bicycle paths and small rural roads. Although this section is without any gradient, you will encounter increased headwind as you come to ride directly westwards. This west wind can become a significant factor, especially as there is otherwise little elevation change along the route, even less so in the coastal regions. It has therefore become popular to ride the route in the other direction, beginning in Cuxhaven and riding upstream to Wittenberge or Magdeburg, even continuing on to Prague. For this reason there is a route description in the opposite direction next to each map in this cycling guide, as well as in the guide Elbe River Trail 1, which covers the section between Prague and Magdeburg. This makes navigating the route in the other direection unproblematic. [read more...]
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