Bike Touring Highlight
Cycling may not be permitted at this location.
You will have to dismount and push your bike.
Teufelsbrück is a good starting point for a tour of the old country. From here the ferry goes over to Rüschpark and Finkenwerder. By the way, the ferry can be used with the normal HVV ticket - at no extra charge!
The ships are very full on Sundays - also thanks to us cyclists. But the crew gets a good grip on it. Just have it done.
April 21, 2019
The Teufelsbrück ferry pier is south of the Jenischpark, at the confluence of the Flottbek and the Elbe. At this place, the Elbchaussee leads down to the bank level. The popular place is the starting point for trips by ferry, for walks on the banks of the Elbe or through the adjacent Jenischpark.
January 10, 2019
The ferry pier Teufelsbrück is located south of the Jenischpark, at the confluence of the Flottbek in the Elbe. The Elbchaussee leads down to the bank level. The popular place is the starting point for trips by ferry, for walks on the banks of the Elbe or through the adjacent Jenischpark.
The 2009 redesigned space at the Fähranlager is a pleasant place to stay due to its bright, open design: For day-trippers numerous bicycle hangers are installed. On a light pavement pedestrians and cyclists have plenty of space, long wooden benches invite you to linger. Trees on square, flowered beet islands and especially the beautiful view of the Elbe complete the picture. It shows itself as a quiet and spacious place for pedestrians and cyclists without traffic impairments. A bus stop provides the connection to the public transport network.
March 4, 2019
Teufelsbrück is a good starting point for a tour in the old country. From here the ferry goes over to Rüschpark and Finkenwerder. The ferry can incidentally be used with the normal HVV ticket - no extra charge!
The food at the riparian is also highly recommended.
April 21, 2019
Teufelsbrück is the name given to the area where the Flottbek stream flows into the Elbe. Teufelsbrück (Low German: Düvels- or Dübelsbrück) is located in the historic district of Klein-Flottbek on the southern edge of the Jenischpark in Hamburg and was the name of a bridge over the Elbchaussee. The name has now also been transferred to the pier for the Elbe ferries and the small marina. Today the area belongs partly to the Othmarschen district and partly to Nienstedten. The entire area lies in the floodplain of the Elbe during storm surge.
January 28, 2021
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