This tour is available starting in Berlin or in Copenhagen. The Berlin-Copenhagen itinerary is detailed below, and the Copenhagen-Berlin itinerary is summarized at the bottom.
Berlin-Copenhagen: Mondays, May 25-Jul 27, Aug 10-24, 2020.
Day 1: Arrival Oranienburg
Travelers are responsible for their own transportation to Oranienburg. You can reach Oranienburg easily by using the direct interurban train (S-Bahn) from Berlin city.
Overnight in Oranienburg.
Day 2: Oranienburg – Zehdenick/Fuerstenberg (22-47 miles/35-75 km)
Today you cycle along the Oder-Havel-Canal to Liebenwalde. Continue along the Havel to Zehdenick.
Overnight in Fuerstenberg or nearby.
Day 3: Zehdenick/Fuerstenberg – Neustrelitz (28-49 miles/45-78 km)
Along the way, you will come across the legendary Lake Stechlin, which has been immortalized through literature by T. Fontane.
Overnight in Neustrelitz.
Day 4: Neustrelitz – Waren (40 miles/65 km)
A highlight of this tour is the Mueritz National Park. Along the way is the small village of Ankershagen, where Schliemann, who discovered Troy, grew up.
Overnight in the Waren area.
Day 5: Waren – Krakow region/Güstrow (28-43 miles/45-69 km)
In the Nossentiner Heide National Park, you cycle through the vast wooded area to Krakow. Güstrow, known for the late artist, Barlach, isn't far away. Your time is well spent by doing a sightseeing tour through the old town as well as by visiting E.-Barlach-atelier.
Overnight in Krakow or Güstrow.
Day 6: Krakow/Güstrow– Rostock (34-49 miles/54-78 km)
On the way to Rostock you will cycle along the Buetzow-Guestrow-Canal. Tour can be shorten on the from Güstrow up to Rostock by train at your own (not included in tour cost).
Overnight in Rostock.
Day 7: Rostock - Nykøbing/Falster (25 miles/40 km)
In the morning you will cycle to the ferry harbor in order to board your ferry to Gedser. After approximately 2 hours you will arrive in Denmark enjoying dikes and forests along your way to Falster's beautiful beach.
Overnight in Nykøbing.
Day 8: Nykøbing/Falster – Island of Møn (47 miles/75 km)
Cycling along the coast and through easy terrain, you will reach the old merchant city of Stubbekøbing. It will be worth your while to browse around town before taking the ferry to the island Bogø, where the ferry will make a quick stop. Continue on the ferry to the Island of Møn. The cost of this ferry is not included in the tour cost (approx €12, payable on site).
Overnight in Stege.
Day 9: Island of Møn – Køge (32-42 miles/50-68 km)
You'll cross the bridge from Møn to Zealand. Continue north through the coastal landscape. Cottages and manor houses dot the surrounding countryside. From here, it is 32 miles/52 km to Fakse and 42 miles/68 km to the cliffs at Rødvig. The cost of transportation by train to Køge is not included in the tour costs (approximately €15 per person, payable on site).
Overnight in Køge.
Day 10: Køge – Copenhagen (27-34 miles/43-55 km)
Today's leg of the trip leads you along the beach. You may choose to visit the Museum of Modern Art in Ishøj. Copenhagen is enchanting. All points of interest can be reached by foot from the central train station. Don't forget to spend an evening at Tivoli Gardens or take a stroll around the old harbor.
Overnight in Copenhagen.
Day 11: Departure from Copenhagen
Depart after breakfast.
From Copenhagen: Wednesdays, Jun 10-Aug 26, 2020.
Day 1: Arrival in Copenhagen
Day 2: Copenhagen – Køge (27-34 miles/43-55 km)
Day 3: Køge - Island of Møn (31-43 miles/50-69 km)
Day 4: Island of Møn – Nykøbing/Falster (49 miles/78 km)
Day 5: Nykøbing/Falster – Rostock (24 miles/38 km)
Day 6: Rostock – Güstrow/Krakow region (34-48 miles/54-78 km)
Day 7: Gustrow/Krakow - Waren (28-43 miles/45-69 km)
Day 8: Waren – Neustrelitz (40 miles/65km)
Day 9: Neustrelitz – Fuerstenberg/Zehdenick (28-48 miles/45-78 km)
Day 10: Fuerstenberg/Zehdenick – Oranienburg (22-47 miles/35-75 km)
Day 11: Departure from Oranienburg