Berlin – Copenhagen

4.4/5 (16)
10 nights
35 miles/day
Self guided from EUR € 1599
Bike tour in Denmark and Germany
Rider Level: Recreational Electric bike tours

Berlin – Copenhagen

4.4/5 (16)

Rider Level: Recreational Electric bike tours

10 nights
35 miles/day

Self guided from EUR € 1599
Bike tour in Denmark and Germany

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  • Bike from the captivating capital of Germany to the trendy capital of Copenhagen

    Get excited for the 300+ diverse biking miles that connect two of the most fascinating capitals in Europe. You'll cruise along very good cycle paths through the idyllic greenery of the Havel in Brandenburg, across the blissful lakeland area of Mecklenburg, and onwards to captivating Copenhagen, a journey punctuated by a 2 hour cruise on the beautiful Baltic Sea.

    In Denmark, you'll be immersed in countryside rich in contrasts - coastal cliffaces give way to gorgeous white sand beaches, whilst quaint fishing villages vie for your attention against majestic manor houses and impressive palaces inland. It's a bike tour of breathtaking natural beauty, bookended by two exceptionally exciting cities.

    • Hillside vineyards are the norm in Germany. Sven Wilhelm, Unsplash
    • Marktplatz in Neustrelitz, Germany. CC:Harke
    • Güstrow, Germany. CC:Niteshift
    • Beaches in Rostock, Germany. Philipp Deus@Unsplash
    • Schloß Fürstenberg, Brandenburg, Germany. CC:ernstol
    • Island of Møn in Denmark. CC:Bob Collowan
    • Rostock, Germany. Samuel Svec@Unsplash
    • Berlin, Germany. Levin, Unsplash

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    Highlights

    • Mueritz National Park
    • Nossentiner Heider National Park
    • Ferry ride from Germany to Denmark
    • White cliffs of the Island of Møn
    • Museum of Modern Art in Ishøj
    • Tivoli Gardens
    • Downtown Copenhagen, 'City of Spires'

    Learn More

    Learn more about self-guided tours.

    Interested in adding to your itinerary? Take a look at our cycling day tours in Berlin and Copenhagen.


    Berlin – Copenhagen

    Photos 

  • Traveler photos

    • Photo 1 (photo by Long legs)
    • Biking through the woods... (photo by JulieG)
    • Southern Denmark (photo by Janie7)
    • Wheat fields of Mecklenberg (photo by Janie7)
    • Map reading is a necessary skill in the self guided tours! (photo by Janie7)
    • Enjoying a dip in a lake along the way - the rope swing was great! (photo by Janie7)
    • Ferry from Rostock Germany to Denmark (photo by Janie7)
    • Olaf Nagel, the rep from the Mecklenburger Radtour arrived with our bikes and went over the details of the tour with Ann (photo by Pedaler)
    • We left Oranienburg on a trail through a nature area along Lake Lehnitz (photo by Pedaler)
    • North of Zehdenick is the former Mildenberg brickworks, now an open air museum (photo by Pedaler)
    • A view of our hotel, Landhaus Serrahn, a lovely resort (photo by Pedaler)
    • It is so easy to take bikes on a train in Germany and Denmark (photo by Pedaler)
    • We continued along the trail through the dunes and marshes towards Copenhagen (photo by Pedaler)

    Berlin – Copenhagen

     Tour Description Daily Program 

  • Daily program

    Day 1: Arrival in Oranienburg
    Travelers are responsible for their own transportation to Oranienburg. You can reach Oranienburg easily by using the direct inter-urban train (S-Bahn) from Berlin city. Arriving a day early? Make the most of Berlin's multifaceted culture and history on a cycling day tour!

    Overnight in Oranienburg.

    Day 2: Oranienburg – Zehdenick/Fürstenberg (22-47 miles/35-75 km)
    Today you'll cycle along the Oder-Havel-Canal to Liebenwalde. Continue along the Havel to Zehdenick.

    Overnight in Fuerstenberg or nearby.

    Day 3: Zehdenick/Fürstenberg – Neustrelitz/surrounding (28-49 miles/45-78 km)
    Along today's travels, you'll come across the legendary Lake Stechlin, which has been immortalized through literature by T. Fontane.

    Overnight in Neustrelitz.

    Day 4: Neustrelitz/surrounding – 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'll cycle through the vast wooded area to Krakow. Güstrow, known for the late artist Barlach, isn't far away. Your time is well spent on a sightseeing tour through the Old Town as well as by visiting the Ernst Barlach Stiftung.

    Overnight in Krakow or Güstrow.

    Day 6: Krakow/Güstrow – Rostock (34-49 miles/54-78 km)
    On the way to Rostock you'll cycle along the Buetzow-Guestrow-Canal. The tour can be shortened by a train ride from Güstrow up to Rostock (ticket not included in tour cost).

    Overnight in Rostock.

    Day 7: Rostock - Nykøbing/Falster (23 miles/38 km)
    In the morning, you'll cycle to the harbor to board your ferry to Gedser. After approximately 2 hours, you'll arrive in Denmark, enjoying dikes and forests along your route to Falster's beautiful beach.

    Overnight in Nykøbing.

    Day 8: Nykøbing/Falster – Stege (47 miles/75 km)
    Cycling along the coast via easy terrain, you'll reach the old merchant city of Stubbekøbing. It will be worth your while to browse around town before taking the ferry to the island of 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 €13, payable on site).

    Overnight in Stege.

    Day 9: Stege, Island of Møn – Rødvig/Køge (46 or 67 miles/75 or 107 km depending on overnight location/hotel availability)
    You'll cross the bridge from Møn to Zealand. Continue north through the coastal landscape, dotted with quaint cottages and magnificent manor houses.Fakse Ladeplads is approx. 55 km away, and Rødvig with its fascinating cliffs approx. 75 km. If you stay overnight in Rødvig, you will have reached your destination. If you stay overnight in Køge, you can take the train from both places (on your own). Sporty cyclists can continue cycling and cover the entire distance of approx. 107 km to Køge. 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: Rødvig/Køge – Copenhagen (26 or 46 miles/41 or 75 km)
    If you have spent the night in Rødvig, today's ride leads along the beaches. You may choose to visit the Museum of Modern Art in Ishøj. Copenhagen is enchanting, with all points of interest easily reachable on foot from the central train station. Spend the evening in the sublime Tivoli Gardens or take a stroll around the old harbor.

    Overnight in Copenhagen.

    Day 11: Departure from Copenhagen
    Depart after breakfast.

    Don't want the tour to end? Add a cycling day tour in Copenhagen to your itinerary!


    Berlin – Copenhagen

     Photos Accommodation 

  • Accommodation

    Hotels

    These are sample hotels and may vary based on availability.

    Stadhotel Oranienburg, Oranienburg
    www.stadthotel-oranienburg.de

    Villa Ingeborg, Fürstenberg
    www.hotel-villa-ingeborg.de

    Hotel Schlossgarten, Neustrelitz
    www.hotel-schlossgarten.de

    Hotel Am Yachthafen, Waren
    www.am-yachthafen.de

    Gutshotel, Groß Breesen
    www.gutshotel.de

    InterCityHotel, Rostock
    www.intercityhotel.com

    Hotel Falster, Nykøbing
    www.hotel-falster.dk

    Prastekilde Hotel, Stege
    www.praestekilde.dk

    Comwell Köge Strand, Köge
    www.hotelnielsjuel.dk

    Best Western Hotel Hebron, Copenhagen
    www.hebron.dk

    Interested in visiting other areas before or after your tour? Visit our hotels page to learn more about lodging options.


    Berlin – Copenhagen

     Daily program Bikes 

  • Bikes

    Bikes available to be rented (in advance at the time of booking) include:

    • Standard touring bike, 24-speed (men's and unisex frames)
    • Electrically assisted bike, 8-speed (limited number)*
    • Children's bikes and child seats, upon request

    *More about electrically-assisted bikes >

    All above bike rentals will be equipped with the following at no additional charge:

    • Waterproof saddle bag
    • Repair kit
    • Lock
    • Pump

    Bike Protection:
    Bike protection can be purchased at the time of booking. You can read more about that HERE.

    Pedals:
    The bikes will have flat pedals. If you want to bring your own pedals, please bring your own shoes and also the necessary equipment to change the pedals.

    Helmets:
    Helmets are not available to be rented. We recommend, for safety and hygiene reasons, that you bring your own helmet.


    Berlin – Copenhagen

     Accommodation Dates & Prices 

  • Dates

    Mondays: May 20 - Aug 4; Aug 11 - 26, 2024.

    Prices

    Tour package

    Per person, double occupancy €1599
    Single use room (1 person/1 room) €1999

    Bike Rentals

    Standard touring bike, 24-speed €130
    Electrically assisted bike €280

    Included services

    • Accommodations for 10 nights
    • Daily breakfasts
    • Daily luggage transfers
    • Tour information packet (1 set per room) including detailed maps and route descriptions
    • 7-day service hotline available in case of problems or questions
    • Ferry from Rostock to Gedser(incl. bike)
    • GPS tracks available upon request

    Note:
    Visitor's taxes, where due, are not included in the price of the tour. You will pay the tax directly to your hotel reception upon check out (€2-5 per person/night).

    The ferry ride to the island Stubbenkøbing - Bogø is not included in the tour cost. The cost is €13 per person, payable on site.

    The ferry ride to the island Bogø and Møn is not included in the tour cost. The cost is €13 per person, payable on site.

    The train ride from Fakse to Køge is not included in the tour cost. The cost is €15 per person, payable on site.

    If you opt to shorten the cycling on Day 6 the train ride to Rostock Harbour is not included in the tour cost. The cost is ~€7 per person, payable on site.


    Tour Company


    Berlin – Copenhagen

     Bikes Other Details 

  • Map

    Maps are for information purposes only and reflect typical routes between overnight locations. They may not reflect your actual route.

    Surface and terrain

    The terrain on this tour is flat with occasional hills.

    Most of the tour is on paved roads, with a few segments on dirt or gravel roads appropriate for cycling. The route is appropriate for standard bikes.


    How to get there

    Tour start and end

    Oranienburg
    Nearest airport: Berlin, Germany
    Nearest train station: Oranienburg, Germany

    Copenhagen
    Nearest airport and train station: Copenhagen, Denmark

    If you want to return from Copenhagen by train, you go through Hamburg to Berlin.

    Tips on getting to and from your tour.


    Berlin – Copenhagen

     Dates & Prices Tour Reviews 

    • Andrew Avramides June 16, 2023

      Great way to see Germany and Denmark off the beaten track

      Enjoyed the trip -some days were very long and so we caught the train to reduce the fatigue
      The tour notes were very helpful to help us decide on the train option
      We used the train twice but still cycled when we got the the town -this way we could enjoy the town
      Some of the hotels were ordinary and I think they could be improved

      What was the date of your tour?
      May 2023
      How many tours have you completed?
      10
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      As expected
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      First-time bike tourists, Solo travelers
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 4/5 Value
      • 4/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 3/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
      • 5/5 Guides (if applicable)
    • Alex Beresniewicz November 8, 2022

      Nothing Special

      Mostly flat riding through the countryside without much opportunity to see anything historic or even scenic outside of the cities where you start and finish. The bikes provided were excellent and the hotels were for the most part good, (sometimes daily distance seems to have forced the choice of where to stop for the night, and that means hotel choices are few...). I didn't choose this tour, my partner did, and it's not one I would consider repeating or recommending.

      What was the date of your tour?
      August 2022
      How many tours have you completed?
      20
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      As expected
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      No
      • 3/5 Value
      • 4/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 1/5 Scenery
      • 3/5 Ease of navigation
      • 4/5 Tour documents
      • 3/5 Local tour company services
    • Ron Walker August 18, 2022

      Beautiful Ride; a Bit More Challenging Than Expected

      The area between Berlin and Copenhagen is gorgeous, and this is a great way to experience it. It was a bit more challenging than the website description led me to believe; it's important to remember that this is a route, not a path. Some of the surfaces you'll ride on are not great and that impacts the fatigue factor. 50 miles on new asphalt is easier than 50 miles on patched roads, gravel paths and even some cobblestone. I'd estimate two-thirds of the trail surfaces were very good. Don't be dissuaded; just consider this when deciding if you're up for the distance. I agree with another reviewer who suggested packing a lunch each day -- it took us a few days to learn that, and it was helpful since sometimes finding lunch was inconvenient and time-consuming. The navigation factor of a self-guided tour can occasionally be tedious. This route is very well marked but not perfect. The printed materials provided by the tour operator were good; they were supplemented by GPS files that were excellent and extremely helpful. The rental bikes were high quality and a pleasure to ride. Overall the hotels exceeded expectations, but there were exceptions, and be prepared for stairs. If I could do this again, I'd bring less stuff -- this was complicated by the fact that it's a one-way trip and we were spending a week on either end. But you don't need much for riding, and I wish we'd figured a way to send some of our stuff to the final hotel.

      What was the date of your tour?
      August 2022
      How many tours have you completed?
      5
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat harder
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      First-time bike tourists, Solo travelers, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 4/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 4/5 Ease of navigation
      • 4/5 Tour documents
      • 4/5 Local tour company services
      • 4/5 Route selection
    • Cycle tourist September 3, 2019

      great trip

      The Berlin to Copenhagen route is beautiful, well marked, and was a delight the whole way. The hotels were superb. The company provided excellent service throughout. Bikes were stout German made hybrids, nothing fancy, but well maintained and up to the task. We did one long day of about 70 miles instead of taking a train, but this ride was scenic and with planned rest stops went just fine. The other groups on the tour were from Switzerland, Italy and France, and all were friendly and fun to connect with along the way. We all loved the tour. Of note, one of our group rode an ebike which was perfect to compensate for no training prior to trip.

      What was the date of your tour?
      August 2019
      How many tours have you completed?
      10
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      As expected
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, First-time bike tourists, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 4/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 5/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • Ray1 September 5, 2018

      great trip, though not for everyone

      A "self guided" trip, it's not for everyone, even with guide book you will get lost in the almost 400 miles, and unless traveling with a companion might be alone for long stretches. It was August, among hottest in many years in Germany and Denmark, no hotels with AC. First night my room was a converted attic with spiral stair case like a light house (not easy with luggage) and quite hot. For most part hotels were fine, food good. I enjoyed the ever changing scenery, small villages, friendly people.

      What was the date of your tour?
      Aug 2016
      How many tours have you completed?
      10
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      As expected
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 4/5 Value
      • 3/5 Included meals
      • 3/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 3/5 Hotels or boat
      • 4/5 Scenery
      • 4/5 Ease of navigation
      • 4/5 Tour documents
      • 3/5 Local tour company services
      • 4/5 Route selection
    • JessieV July 11, 2018

      More Challenges Than Expected

      The scenery was lovely and the bike route was easy to follow, and also mostly on dedicated paths, which we very much enjoyed. The daily mileage, however, was more than anticipated - approx. 40+ miles per day. This would have perhaps felt like a minor increase, but the bikes they gave us compounded it exponentially. These were the worst bikes I've had on a tour (I've done four others). The bikes included seat and fork suspension, which I imagine the tour operator thought would be useful for the few segments of the route that end up on cobblestone or gravel, but they made the bikes SO HEAVY! Even gentle inclines became difficult - and we're from Seattle, so we're accustomed to riding up hills! We'd stand and pedal in hopes of getting more leverage and our bikes would basically turn into pogo sticks. We dubbed this maneuver "go sticking". The other thing that was challenging, was the lack of amenities along the way. We did a bike trip in Italy in 2017 and every 10 km there would be somewhere to get water or an espresso or a sandwich, but in the Germany section especially these things were few and far between. My overall recommendations would be to 1. reserve the electric bike 2. pack a picnic lunch each day

      What was the date of your tour?
      June 18
      How many tours have you completed?
      5
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat harder
      Do you recommend this tour?
      No
      • 2/5 Value
      • 4/5 Included meals
      • 1/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 3/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 1/5 Tour documents
      • 3/5 Local tour company services
      • 4/5 Route selection
    • Blenda June 30, 2018

      Best way to see the country!

      A perfectly wonderful way to experience the countryside. Stop when you want, go at your own pace. Talk to the locals. No busy roads. Cycle on paved country lanes, dirt paths through the forest, by the sea.

      What was the date of your tour?
      May 27 to June 07 2018
      How many tours have you completed?
      This was my first self guided trip
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Much easier
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, First-time bike tourists, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 4/5 Ease of navigation
      • 4/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • CAE Bike June 29, 2018

      The overall experience was very good. Only disappointment was with the material provided. The highlights and descriptions of what to look for along the route were only provided in German. We were a group of 6 Canadians so were at a distinct disadvantage.

      What was the date of your tour?
      May 27, 2018
      How many tours have you completed?
      Many
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat easier
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 4/5 Value
      • 4/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 3/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 1/5 Tour documents
    • BigRider05 June 25, 2018

      Perfect pace for a cycling adventure

      Great way to see Germany and Denmark. The route is not particularly hilly, however is a bit windy in Denmark. The self-paced route guides point out many sight-seeing and historic sites and swimming options, as well as options to supplement some of your daily distances with trains. The company also provided GPS files which allowed us to be on auto-pilot most of the time! We met very nice people on this tour: planning to meet up for coffee/cake breaks or dinner gave us a great chance to get to know them better. This was our third tour booked through Bike Tours and we will definitely use them again!

      What was the date of your tour?
      June 11-21, 2018
      How many tours have you completed?
      10
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat easier
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, First-time bike tourists, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 4/5 Value
      • 4/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • MateoR June 20, 2018

      Scenic tour of northern Germany and southern Denmark on designated bike paths

      The Berlin to Copenhagen bicycle path is an excellent way to tour some beautiful portions of Germany and Denmark

      What was the date of your tour?
      4 June 2018
      How many tours have you completed?
      4
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Much easier
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, First-time bike tourists
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 3/5 Value
      • 4/5 Included meals
      • 3/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 2/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 3/5 Ease of navigation
      • 3/5 Tour documents
      • 4/5 Local tour company services
      • 4/5 Route selection
    • Long legs August 29, 2017

      Beautiful Scenery

      Wind in the ears as extravagant scenery scrolled by. Really a fun and lovely trip for this solo traveler.

      What was the date of your tour?
      August 10, 2017
      How many tours have you completed?
      2
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      As expected
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • Photo 1 (photo by Long legs)
      • BikeTours.com staff reply from Jim Johnson, founder and president August 30, 2017

        Thanks so much for your feedback. What a wonderful way to describe a bike tour: "Wind in the ears as extravagant scenery scrolled by." I love that! And I'm delighted you had a great time.

      • 4/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 3/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 4/5 Ease of navigation
      • 3/5 Tour documents
      • 3/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • Candan August 14, 2017

      Copenhagen and Southward

      I would recommend this tour for anyone who wishes to discover south Zealand and the Mecklenburger lakes region by bicycle. For the most part by dedicated paved cycle paths and very good support from the Mecklenburger team. Excellent!

      What was the date of your tour?
      Aug 3 to Aug 8
      How many tours have you completed?
      2
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat harder
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 3/5 Value
      • 4/5 Included meals
      • 4/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 2/5 Ease of navigation
      • 2/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • JulieG August 8, 2016

      Loved it!

      A great trip to get the flavor of both Germany and Denmark (it was fun to observe the differences). Each day you wake up to a great buffet breakfast and then cycle all day - and I do mean all day. If, like me, you are not a strong cyclist, you will find it challenging. Stronger cyclists (and people who get up earlier than 8 am) may find more time to stop and see things along the way, but for us, there was little time to linger. The actual mileage (the bikes had odometers) was about 10 km longer (each day) than listed. We rode until around 4pm (with occasional stops) and then relaxed at the hotel a bit before exploring the town and going for dinner. I think the trip is great for people who really want an active vacation. With the exception of 2 of the hotels in Germany, we loved the accommodations. The tour was very well organized both with the local tour company and Bike Tours.com (who were very
      helpful when booking). Traveling like this is so much more fun than the conventional way. We loved biking through the tiny towns, quiet woods and farmlands.

      What was the date of your tour?
      July 25, 2016
      How many tours have you completed?
      2
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Much harder
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • Biking through the woods... (photo by JulieG)
      • 4/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 2/5 Ease of navigation
      • 4/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 4/5 Route selection
    • Janie7 August 1, 2016

      Excellent family tour

      Our family of 4 just returned from an excellent 11 night, 10 day self-guided ride from Berlin to Copenhagen. We found the Mecklenburg Radtour company to be extremely well organized, have good equipment and would recommend anyone interested in a great, active holiday to give this a try! This was our first experience with Biketours.com, but we met 4-5 groups of bikers who had done multiple trips with other outfitters who felt this was particularly well organized. The hotels ranged from fine to excellent, and all had terrific breakfasts! The majority of the 400 miles was on well maintained paths and roads with only a few difficult areas.

      What was the date of your tour?
      July 18-28
      How many tours have you completed?
      1
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat harder
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, First-time bike tourists, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • Southern Denmark (photo by Janie7)
      • Wheat fields of Mecklenberg (photo by Janie7)
      • Map reading is a necessary skill in the self guided tours! (photo by Janie7)
      • Enjoying a dip in a lake along the way - the rope swing was great! (photo by Janie7)
      • Ferry from Rostock Germany to Denmark (photo by Janie7)
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 4/5 Ease of navigation
      • 4/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • slatts July 25, 2016

      Great Trip!

      Fantastic way to see the countryside of Germany and Denmark - small towns, great bike paths, beautiful vistas of lakes, rivers, canals, and the Baltic Sea!

      What was the date of your tour?
      June 12-23
      How many tours have you completed?
      my first
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      As expected
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, First-time bike tourists, Families with young kids, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 4/5 Scenery
      • 4/5 Ease of navigation
      • 4/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
    • Pedaler December 28, 2015

      A wonderful – easy bicycle tour

      This tour through northern Germany and into Denmark allows one to discover the comfort of bicycle travel in countries that support bicycling. The bicycles supplied by Mecklenburger Radtour were comfortable and perfect for all the surface conditions we encountered as we traveled through towns, many parks and nature areas, agricultural regions and coastal plains on our way between Berlin and Copenhagen. The maps and cue sheets as well as the additional information supplied by the company were complete and well thought out. Our lodging ranged from very comfortable to fantastic and always included bountiful breakfasts. The route was well planned and signed to show us much of the natural beauty along the way and to allow us to learn more of the cultural and natural history of the region. Much of the route was on dedicated bicycle trails through the many parks, forests and natural areas.

      How many tours have you completed?
      More than 10!
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat easier
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Families with teens, Solo travelers, First-time bike tourists
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • Olaf Nagel, the rep from the Mecklenburger Radtour arrived with our bikes and went over the details of the tour with Ann (photo by Pedaler)
      • We left Oranienburg on a trail through a nature area along Lake Lehnitz (photo by Pedaler)
      • North of Zehdenick is the former Mildenberg brickworks, now an open air museum (photo by Pedaler)
      • A view of our hotel, Landhaus Serrahn, a lovely resort (photo by Pedaler)
      • It is so easy to take bikes on a train in Germany and Denmark (photo by Pedaler)
      • We continued along the trail through the dunes and marshes towards Copenhagen (photo by Pedaler)
      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 5/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection

    Berlin – Copenhagen

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