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  1. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen planned a bike ride.

    October 29, 2020

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    24.4 mi
    10.5 mph
    325 ft
    325 ft
    1. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen

      On the penultimate stage of the Berlin-Copenhagen cycle route, you only drive 39 kilometers from Rødvig to Køge. Today you can experience a spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Site with Stevns Klint, while the medieval Gjorslev Castle offers a cultural highlight.Otherwise, the route is easy to drive and scenic in the usual way. In addition to the low number of kilometers you can expect an almost imperceptible slope. This is how you arrive in Køge with its atmospheric market square in the afternoon. Here you will find numerous accommodations and refreshment stops where you can strengthen yourself for the last stage of the long-distance cycle path.

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      • November 9, 2020

  2. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen planned a bike ride.

    October 29, 2020

    1. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen

      Today's stage is again mainly characterized by the scenic beauty of Denmark, with two exceptions: The Queen Alexandrine Bridge, which connects the islands of Møn and Sjælland and is a symbol of the country, and the Kalvehave Church with its simple but memorable Architecture.Today you cover 70 kilometers before you reach the coastal town of Rødvig. The harbor is a great sight: There is a lot of activity here and gives you an exciting insight into the fishing industry. You can of course spend the night and eat (fish) here before you continue the next day.

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      • November 9, 2020

    1. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen

      On today's stage, you can expect a wonderful round tour over the island of Møn, which you should definitely not miss. With Denmark's highest cliff, Møns Klint, the highlight of the tour, it goes 47 kilometers in a loop from Stege back to Stege - perhaps not a typical route of a long-distance cycle path, but a worthwhile one.Along the way there are not only enchanting panoramas but also one or the other cultural sight to be admired, such as one of Denmark's oldest stone churches in Elmelunde or Liselund Castle.Another advantage of this stage is that you can book accommodation for two nights in Stege and simply leave your luggage in the room / tent to explore the island carefree. Perhaps this is also the ideal opportunity to wash up and replenish supplies before heading on to Copenhagen.

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      • November 9, 2020

    1. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen

      On today's stage you cycle from Nykøbing Falster to Stege / Møn. The special thing about this section is that you are doing island hopping by bike today! You first take a ferry from Falster to Bogø and then cycle over a bridge to Møn. A very special cycling experience!The landscape today is maritime and again and again woody. Along the beautiful Danish coast, the glittering Baltic Sea delights the eye and the fresh sea air ensures clear thoughts. This comparatively long section of the Berlin-Copenhagen cycle path goes by almost in a flash.In Stege on Møn you are prepared for tourism and you can choose between different overnight stays and refreshments. Attention: Book accommodation in Stege for two nights. Tomorrow a round trip stage is on the plan.

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      • November 9, 2020

  3. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen planned a bike ride.

    October 29, 2020

    1. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen

      Now only 59 kilometers separate you from your destination: The last stage from Køge to Copenhagen has some particularly beautiful spots to offer you at the end.On the mostly flat route from Køge, you first travel a bit through the interior and then back to the coast. Here are again incredibly beautiful, natural beaches on the way, even though you are already in the immediate vicinity of the Danish capital. It continues along the sea in an increasingly urban ambience, until you finally drive over some bridges and land in the middle of the urban jungle of Copenhagen.Copenhagen of course offers you a wide range of accommodation as well as numerous possibilities to leave. For example, you can take long-distance trains back to Berlin via Hamburg or take the regional train and bus back to Gedser to the ferry that takes you to Rostock.

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      • October 29, 2020

  4. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen planned a bike ride.

    October 29, 2020

    1. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen

      On the way from Berlin to Copenhagen you have now arrived in Denmark after taking the ferry from Rostock to Gedser. The bike tour through this beautiful country can begin.A short 26-kilometer stage to Nykøbing Falster awaits you at the start. From the southern tip of Falster Island, head north. The route leads you on the west side of the headland through flat terrain. Left and right, next to the partially dead straight paths, green meadows and wide fields extend to the horizon.You then drive the last third of the route close to the coast to your destination in Nykøbing, where you can choose from various overnight accommodations. It is therefore possible to leave or continue your journey by train from here.

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      • October 29, 2020

  5. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen planned a bike ride.

    October 29, 2020

    1. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen

      Today is the last stage in Mecklenburg and thus also in Germany before we continue on the way to Copenhagen in Denmark. It goes from Bützow to Rostock on no frills 52 kilometers.The largely flat bike path leads you at the beginning through the beautiful landscape of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, which is characterized by idyllic wide meadows here in the north. As soon as you have reached the foothills of Rostock, this natural panorama will be replaced by the increasingly urban cityscape. In Rostock itself it goes right through the city, past the city harbor and further north to the overseas port, where the ferry to Denmark departs.In the stage destination Rostock you have all imaginable options. There is a wide range of accommodation available to you if you don't want to continue your journey until the next day.When the bike tour is over for you here, you can take the train home. For the onward journey to Copenhagen you take the ferry from Rostock to Gedser in Denmark. The Berlin-Copenhagen cycle path continues there.You can find information about the timetable and the ferry prices at scandlines.de.

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      • October 29, 2020

  6. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen planned a bike ride.

    October 29, 2020

    1. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen

      After two quite long stages you can take it easy today on the 43 kilometers from Krakow am See to Bützow. Perhaps you would even like to visit one or the other cultural highlight, because today there are not only refreshing lakes and beautiful nature on the program.From Krakow am See you first take a small curve on the bike path, which will eventually take you north. Halfway to the destination you will reach the small town of Güstrow. There is a lot to see here: Not only the beautiful Inselsee invites you to linger, but also the historical sights of Güstrow, such as the castle.After Güstrow it goes flat on the Bützow-Güstrow Canal to Bützow. Here you have the option to stay overnight or to travel by train.

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      • October 29, 2020

  7. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen planned a bike ride.

    October 29, 2020

    1. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen

      Today it will be truly heavenly on the sixth stage towards Copenhagen. The route takes you from Waren an der Müritz to Krakow am See and passes through some wonderful sections that have such illustrious names as "Paradiesweg". At just under 52 kilometers, this stage is shorter than the previous one, but has some minimal inclines in the luggage.From Waren it goes directly to the banks of the Müritz and from there to the west past the Kölpinsee, Jabelscher See and Loppiner See. The route then leads you north through a beautiful forest. Before you reach Krakow am See, you drive a large loop around the Krakower See to head for your destination from the north.In the small climatic health resort Krakow am See you have a large selection of accommodations such as hotels, guest houses and holiday apartments. If you prefer to leave, you can take the bus from Krakow am See to the train station in Güstrow. You can take your bike with you on the bus.

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      • October 29, 2020

  8. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen planned a bike ride.

    October 29, 2020

    1. Radfernweg Berlin-Kopenhagen

      Today is 66 kilometers, the longest stage so far on the way from Berlin to Copenhagen, which takes you from Neustrelitz to Waren.It starts on a beautiful path on the banks of the Zierker See. This is followed by a loop around the Useriner See, which then sends you north. Here it goes through the fascinating Müritz National Park, which enchants with untouched nature, beautiful forests and numerous small lakes. After you have passed Ankershagen Castle, head west to Waren an der Müritz.Waren (Müritz) is the goal of this stage. A variety of accommodations are available in the health resort to continue the tour the next day. If you prefer to leave, you have the option of taking a train in Waren.

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      • October 29, 2020

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