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Copenhagen to Berlin Self-Guided Cycling Holiday
Self-Guided | 11 days | 10 nights | From £1329 per person
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Cycle Tour Highlights
• Start in Copenhagen – the cool city now as famous for Sarah Lund than the Mermaid!
• Cycle through Copenhagen to the city beaches
• Ride from Mon Island to Bogo Island
• Finish in Berlin

The approximate difficulty level for this tour

Difficulty Scale

Day-by-Day Cycling Holiday Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival to Copenhagen

The arrival to Copenhagen takes place on your own initiative during the day. Let the charming city of Copenhagen inspire you and take a walk around the old harbor. Overnight stay in Copenhagen.

Day 2: Copenhagen – Køge, app. 43-55 km

You will cycle through Copenhagen and to the city beaches. Afterwards you will follow Køge Bay on the shore-based route where you pass various small villages along the bikeway to Køge. Overnight stay in Køge.

Day 3: Køge – Island of Møn/Naestved, app. 50-69 km (when taking the rain to Fakse or Rødvig/ ca. 69km to Naestved)

Take the train in the morning (on your own initiative) which takes you to Rødvig. It is possible to cycle along Fakse Bay to Praestø and further to the island of Møn. An alternate route follows the west coast of Zealand (Great Belt) to Naestved. Overnight stay in Stege/island of Møn or Naestved.

Day 4: Island of Møn/Naestved – Nykøbing/Falster, app. 75-78 km

Today’s tour leads you from the island of Møn to the island of Bogø, which you will reach by taking the ferry to Stubbekøbing (on your own initiative), and further to Nykøbing. Or you follow the west coast from Naestved via Vordingsborg to Falster.
Overnight stay in Nykøbing/Falster.

Day 5: Nykøbing/Falster – Rostock, app. 38 km

Passing the holiday region around Marielyst you continue to the ferry in Gedser, which takes you to Rostock (incl.). After approximately 2 hours you will arrive at the harbor of Rostock. A cycle path leads directly into town and to your hotel. Overnight stay in Rostock or Warnemünde.

Day 6 Rostock – Guestrow/Krakow region, app. 54 – 78 km

You will leave Rostock to the south partly following Warnow as well as Nebel Valley while cycling on the idyllic paths to the Barlach town Güstrow. Stage can be shortened by train at your own.

The upcoming route segments to Krakow run through the slightly wavy landscape of Mecklenburg Switzerland. Overnight stay Güstrow or Krakow region.

Day 7: Güstrow/Krakow region – Waren, app. 45-69 km

You will pass Lake Drewitz and Nossentiner Hütte on your way to Waren. The tour continues through spacious pine and spruce forests to Jabel. Along Lake Koelpin you will cycle to inland Mueritz River on the beautiful paths to Waren. Overnight stay in Waren.

Day 8: Waren – Neustrelitz, app. 65 km

A big part of this route stage is the path through Mueritz-Nationalpark. On your way you may get the chance to observe the aeries near Federow. Overnight stay in Neustrelitz.

Day 9: Neustrelitz – Zehdenick/Fuerstenberg, app. 45-78 km

Back to the course of the Havel River you will follow the young river to Lake Woblitz and cycle through Wesenberger Seenkreuz. From here you can either cycle to Stechlin and take the longer route or go directly to Fuerstenberg. Overnight stay in Fuerstenberg or nearby.

Day 10: Zehdenick/Fuerstenberg – Oranienburg, app. 35-75 km

Continuing your cycle tour you will at first pass Zehdenick and reach the city of Oranienburg after a short while. Oranienburg is located in the north of Berlin. You may take the S-Bahn (commuter train) to Berlin City. Overnight stay in Oranienburg.

Day 11: Departure from Oranienburg

You will depart from Oranienburg on your own initiative after breakfast.

Map & Route Information

This tour starts in Copenhagen. This is a tour for everybody, flat through mostly silent landscapes, on bike paths and side roads. In parts you have to figure on wind!

Where is the starting point of the holiday?

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Tour Information

Holiday Information

The Copenhagen to Berlin tour stays in good quality hotels carefully chosen for their location, hospitality and proximity to your tour route.

Your stay includes the daily transfer of luggage to the next hotel and permanent assistance in case of problems.


- Accommodations for 10 nights incl. breakfast
– Ferry Gedser – Rostock
– Admission to Müritzeum, Waren
– Luggage transfer service between the hotels
– On-site tour presentation
– 7-Day Service Hotline
– 1x Tour information packet per booked room, incl. maps and route descriptions
– GPS-Track on request

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Rental Bike Information

We have a selection of various size 24-speed freewheel men’s and unisex bicycles with derailleur gears and 28” wheels. They are top-quality brand bicycles by Kettler and Kalkoff.

Our accessories package includes a bicycle pannier bag with a 10l capacity, repair kit, lock, key and air pump.

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Your Prices

Copenhagen to Berlin, 11 days, 10 nights
Prices are per person and include bike hire.

Cycling Holiday Prices:

Prices are based on seasonal date bands
Season 1: June
Season 2: June to August
Arrival Wednesdays

Category A: Prices per person including bike hire
Season 1: From £1329 | Book online here >>
Season 2: From £1419 | Book online here >>
Single Room Supplement: From £299
Electric Bike Upgrade: From £169

Extra Nights (Price Per Person)
Location | Price DBL/BB | Single SGL/BB
Copenhagen: From £109, From £140
Oranienburg: From £49, From £80

Hotel Category Descriptions
Rooms with shower/WC or bath/WC

Any local tourist taxes are not included in the holiday price and are payable at the hotel.

For help and queries regarding this tour…
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Holiday Price: From £1329
Single Supplement: From £299

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