Berlin Wall Cycle Route

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Season: May – September.

This tour offers a most fascinating experience. Cycle through Berlin and around what was formerly called “West Berlin”, following the former border line between East and West. This one-week tour is very memorable and allows ample time to visit points of interest in Berlin and Potsdam.

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  • Cycling Style Holiday Type
    On Road, Touring
  • Activity Level Easy
  • Group Size Small Group
    Min 1 pax
All about the Berlin Wall Cycle Route.

Self-guided Cycling Tour
Departure days: Sunday
Duration: 6 days – 5 nights
Rooms with shower/WC or bath/WC

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Accommodations for 5 nights (according to booking category)
  • Breakfast included
  • Luggage transfer service to each hotel
  • On-site tour presentation
  • 6-Day Service Hotline
  • 1x Tour information packet per booked room
  • GPS-Track on request
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Bike rental (optional)
  • Insurances
  1. Día1 Berlin

    Travellers are responsible for their own transportation to Berlin. Rental bicycles which have been booked in advance will be waiting at your destination hotel when you arrive.

  2. Día2 Downtown Berlin - Treptow 40 Km

    Your first venture begins at the Brandenburger Gate and follows the path of the former Berlin Wall. Take time to enjoy the sights in the Berlin city centre before continuing the tour to the square, ‘Potsdamer Platz’. Cycle on to the former border control Checkpoint Charlie, where you may want to visit the Border Museum. From there, follow the path of the former Wall alongside the city district of Kreuzberg, over the Spree, to the Ostbahnhof. Here you will find a remnant of the Berlin wall, called the The East Side Gallery, which has been transformed into a wall of art by various artists. Follow the Wall to Treptow. Spend the night in Neukölln or Treptow.

  3. Día3 Treptow - Schönefeld - Teltow 50 Km

    Before going on, you may want to make a quick stop at the Soviet monument in the Treptow Park. Afterwards, cycle through Treptow´s small summer garden area to the former Sonnenallee border crossing (made renowned by L. Hausmann´s film). The first German airport for engine powered airplanes was built in 1909 in nearby Adlershof. Once you reach Schönefeld, continue past Bukow and outlying areas to Teltow. Your overnight stay will be in a hotel close by.

  4. Día4 Teltow - Potsdam 25-30 km

    Cycle the route of the ”Stammbahn”, the first Prussian train to run from Potsdamer Platz to Potsdam in 1838. Along the way you will pass the former border control point, ’Dreilinden’. Cross over Königsweg and go through the Berlin forest towards Babelsberg and Potsdam. You may want to use the afternoon to go sight seeing or visit the Sanssouci palace complex. Your overnight stay is in Potsdam.

  5. Día5 Potsdam - Wannsee - Spandau 48 Km

    Leaving Potsdam, ride along the Havel River and through Babelsberg Park. Babelsberg Palace offers a Café for a leisurely pause. Continue past the Glienicker Bridge, along the banks of the Havel River. Ride through the Berlin forest past the island, Pfaueninsel, and on to Lake Wannsee. Afterwards, take the ferry to Kladow and ride through the Groß Glienicker moorland towards Staaken. Your overnight stay will be in Staaken or in Spandau.

  6. Día6 Spandau - Henningsdorf- Hohen Neuendorf

    Leaving Staaken, your route will take you north through the Spandauer woods to Nieder Neuendorf and Henningsdorf. Cross the Havel River, follow the path of the former Wall through the Stolper moorland towards Frohnau. Continue through the Tegeler woods towards Hohen Neuendorf and Glienicke. Your overnight stay will be in one of these towns.