Suggested tours

Tips for exciting bike tours

With so many tours to choose from, it's hard to find the right one. That's why we've picked some tours for you that are very different, but all have one thing in common: they make you want to hop on your bike and start pedaling.

Ride the volcano - biking in the Vulkaneifel region

The Vulkaneifel is a district in the Eifel mountains shaped by recent volcanic activity. The landscape varies between mighty rock deposits, volcanic craters, and volcanic lakes. This region is perfect for discerning mountain bikers who love exceptional views.


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Family bike tour from Schlei river to North Sea

Vikings, beaches, rare birds, wide landscapes, the North Sea, and the Wadden Sea – this multi-day bike tour caters to all tastes.


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E-biking to the Margravian Churches

Cyclists with a knack for religion and history will love this ride. Upper Franconia's 100 or so Margravian Churches are considered a hidden treasure.


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Bike Arena Sauerland

Adrenaline, human power, speed, combined with breathtaking views and beautiful nature. The Sauerland region has something for cyclists of all age groups and fitness levels.


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Mountain bike weekend in the Black Forest

Hilly forests, lush valleys and mountains peaking at 1493 meters attract millions of visitors each year to Germany's largest highlands.


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From the North Sea to the Marshes

This short day-trip leads into the lesser-known hinterlands of the North Sea coast and is just right for people seeking calm, vast landscapes.


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Bike & wine at Lake Neusiedl

The regional tourist association advertises the Lake Neusiedl route as “Austria's best bike route”.


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From the Ruhr to the North Sea – the Dortmund-Ems Canal bike route

This popular route along the Dortmund-Ems Canal has no major climbs and evades big roads, making it ideal for cyclists of any age or fitness level.


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From windmills to the Wall – bike route from Amsterdam to Berlin

An attractive bike route between two major tourist destinations. The international long-distance cycle route from Amsterdam to Berlin bridges 820 kilometers between the capitals of Germany and the Netherlands.


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