Alte Werrabrücke Creuzburg

Bike Touring Highlight

Recommended by 126 out of 140 cyclists


  • Ines

     Section on the Werratalradweg

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    • 07/07/2018

  • BAMA

    The Werra Bridge Creuzburg was built in 1223 and is the oldest surviving natural stone bridge in the eastern federal states. The stone arch bridge spans the Werra in Creuzburg, Thuringia, with a length of 86 meters. Wikipedia

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    • 04/06/2019

  • frswks15

    The Werra bridge in Creuzburg is worth seeing: because it is a historic building and the Liborius chapel in the immediate vicinity is also worth seeing. The hiking and cycling parking is an ideal starting point for trips on the Werratal bike path.

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    • 04/20/2019

  • Winland

    Impressive - bearing in mind that all traffic here has just rolled over this bridge until 1986 (only then was the concrete bridge next to it built)

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    • 07/20/2019

  • Steffen

    Beautiful, a real eye-catcher

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    • 03/24/2019

  • Winland

    Great historic building, the oldest natural stone bridge in Germany (north of the Main) - 7 arches, used until 1986 as a traffic route (only bridge in Creuzburg)

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    • 07/20/2019

  • Marcus

    The bike paths are well maintained and very well signposted

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    • 08/09/2018

  • Winland

    The 7-arches stone bridge is a REAL highlight!

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    • 07/20/2019

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Location: Creuzburg, Wartburgkreis, Thuringia, Germany


  • Elevation250 m

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