One-way biking is a service that we at Travelshop have that allows you to rent a bike in one location, cycle your planned trip and return it to another location. What's perfect about one-way is that you decide the distances yourself, cycle the whole route or just a bit. So you don't necessarily need to cycle the entire joint system in one go. Regardless of interest, choice of accommodation or the status of your fitness level, you can adapt the cycle tour to your exact wishes and conditions. You just drop off the bikes at one of our partners at the final destination.
Do you need to tailor your experience? Contact us and we will help you.
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Detailed description of the trip
The journey from Copenhagen to Berlin follows roads that are well-traveled by cyclists from all around the world. Whether you chose to plan your own unique route or follow a section of a well-known bike path, such as the EuroVello 7 (known as the Sun Route), the journey south offers travelers a chance to explore the calm and quiet atmosphere of rural Denmark and Germany alike, as well as the chance to experience the busy, energetic capital cities of both countries at the beginning and end of this adventure. At a moderate pace, cyclists can finish this 450km trip over the course of around 10 days. For more experienced cyclists, it can be completed in just under 5 days.
After enjoying a hot coffee and rye bread for breakfast in the capital, it doesn't take cyclists long to head out of Copenhagen; just 25km away from the city center, Mosede Fort offers a rich insight into the history of Denmark with a permanent exhibition on the country's struggle to stay neutral during World War I. At Greve Museum, located in a stunning farmhouse just 5km away, you can learn about the crafts and the lives of people who lived throughout the 1800s and early 1900s. The land itself speaks volumes about Danish culture, whether you're cycling past farmlands in Zealand, walking down the 497 wooden steps to gaze at the white cliffs of Møns Klint on the island of Møn, or exploring the vast marinas of Falster, home to Gedser Odde, the southernmost point of both Denmark and all of Scandinavia.
Ferries connect Gedser, Denmark to Rostock, Germany, giving cyclists a few hours to sit back, relax, and admire the incredible view of the Baltic Sea. The seaside city of Rostock is known for its colourful buildings, botanical gardens, and lighthouse and it surrounds the Warnow River, which cyclists can follow south. Across the countryside, countless towns and villages made up of low German houses (fachhallenhaus) talk of the architectural history of Germany, while breathtaking nature adorns the landscape. At Müritz National Park, over 100 lakes of all shapes and sizes act as a home for geese, storks, and ducks amongst woods and grasslands where deer and boar roam. The Stechlin-Ruppiner Land Nature Park covers an area of over 1,000km2 and acts as a habitat for ospreys, white-tailed eagles, and freshwater fish native only to its lakes.
Berlin, Germany, is a city that's bursting with vibrant culture and history. From its colourful and eye-catching street art to its incredible, world-famous museums, there's not a dull moment to be had in this capital. So, grab a plate of currywurst and a cold beer before the exploring begins!
What is included?
- 24 geared touring bike
- One-way pickup fee and drop-off
- A detailed gpx map
Good to know
- A valid Passport is required