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Cycling holidays from Dresden to Hamburg

Journey

Travel time
13 days/ 12 nights
Travel period
01.04.2022 - 31.10.2022
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Day(s) of arrival
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Bookable from
1 person(s)
Early bird discount
5% discount on bookings until Feb. 28th
Total length of tour
645 km
Characteristics of the tour
Level of difficulty: average – demandingPlace-to-place tourAugustusTours Original Tour (organized by AugustusTours)
  • Steamship parade in Dresden
    Image source: Sylvio Dittrich

  • View of the silhouette of Dresden from the Elbe cycle path
    Image source: Robert Michalk Photography

  • Lutherstadt Wittenberg Market Square

  • Dessau Bauhaus (2)

  • Fountain in the Hundertwasser House in Magdeburg

  • View of Lauenburg from the Elbe cycle path

  • Hamburg's Speicherstadt
    Image source: Hamburg Tourismus GmbH Print und Internet

What to expect

The Elbe Cycle path belongs to one of the most popular cycle ways in Germany. On this cycle tour you explore the fascinating Florence of the Elbe Dresden with its famous historical center, the sports and noodle town Riesa, Torgau with the Hartenfels castle, further on to Magdeburg and the town of Luther Wittenberg. On the next kilometres you pass towns like Havelberg and Hitzacker and arrive on the 12th day of your trip the metropolis Hamburg.

Please note: This cycle tour from Dresden to Hamburg can also be booked in the opposite direction.

This cycle trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.

Travel description as PDF

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Itinerary

Detailed tour description

Day 1: Individual arrival in Dresden
You arrive in the Florence of the Elbe, Dresden, which is beautifully located along the Elbe valley. Whether the famous Zwinger, the Semper Opera or the Court Church – a tour of the former royal residence by bicycle will take you past many sites.

Tip: We recommend an extra night in Dresden for a day trip to the Saxon Switzerland. You will get back by local train to Dresden (approx. 45 km)

Day 2: Dresden – Strehla (approx. 66 km)
The first leg of the bike tour along the Elbe river cycle trail will take you through the beautiful meadows of the Elbe valley. From far away you can already see the landmark of the city of Meissen: the impressive castle hill with the cathedral and the Albrechtsburg castle. A visit to the world-famous Meissen porcelain factory is also a must. On this stage of your bike tour you pass picturesque wine villages before you get to the City of Sports Riesa. Here the popular noodle producer is at home and in the pasta museum you will learn about the rich pasta shape. Should you be on a weekday in Riesa, even a glance at the current production is possible.

Day 3: Strehla – Torgau (approx. 40 km)
On the way along the Elbe river cycle path you will be enjoying the enchanting rural atmosphere of the Elbe town of Strehla. You cycle tour continues to Torgau, a Renaissance town featuring Schloss Hartenfels and the palatial church which is known as the first Protestant church of Germany and which was dedicated by Martin Luther.

Day 4: Torgau – Lutherstadt Wittenberg (approx. 68 km)
First you will have a ride passing through the floodplains of the river Elbe until Pretzsch. Today you will be staying in Wittenberg, a town which became famous through Martin Luther. As the historic, spiritual and cultural centre of Europe, Wittenberg was influenced by such important historical figures as Martin Luther, Philipp Melanchthon, Lucas Cranach the Elder and Lucas Cranach the Younger. In 1996 the Luther memorials were placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

This bike tour can be shared by an extra night in Pretzsch (approx. 37 km/35 km). Price see extra nights (Category B).

Day 5: Lutherstadt Wittenberg – Dessau (approx. 37 km)
This leg will take you through the beautiful meadows of the Elbe and past the world-famous Woerlitzer Park and Gardens. The 100-hectare large park offers numerous attractions including islands, canals, temples and statues. With Dessau you will enter a town which played an important role for a new architecture style including a whole life philosophy occured in the 1920s, the so called "Bauhaus".

Day 6: Dessau – Magdeburg (approx. 78 - 88 km)
Between Barby and Magdeburg you will cycle across another biosphere reserve along the river Elbe giving home to lots of vulnerable species of birds. Magdeburg offers lots of rambling parkways where you can relax. Experience also the famous Cathedral and the Monastery.

Day 7: Magdeburg – Tangermünde (approx. 80 km)
Today you will pass the impressive and technical challenging construction of the waterway junction - a gigantic building project to conect the waterways of Hannover, Magdeburg and Berlin. Milestone of this cycling day will be the famous monastery of Jerichow. The Elbe river cycle path takes you further to Tangermünde. By walking through the town you will discover the traces of 1000 years of history. The most impressive building is the 24 meter high town hall with its opulent decorated front created in the 15th century.

Day 8: Tangermünde – Havelberg (approx. 50 km)
Today Elbe river cycle path takes you to Havelberg. Havelberg is another round village with half-timbered houses. Do not miss the Romanesque cathedral. 

Day 9: Havelberg – Wittenberge (approx. 38 km)
We recommend to make a break in the town Ruehstaedt. It is known for its big stork population. Every year in spring time about 70 storks turn back from their winter time overseas to live on roofs, pylons or towers. Wittenberge with its numerous towers can already be seen from a distance.

Day 10: Wittenberge – Hitzacker (approx. 78 km)
Recreative hours in untouched nature will define your cycling day. Only from time to time you will pass through dreamy villages.

Day 11: Hitzacker – Lauenburg (approx. 55 km)
You will pass through an unique landscape called "Wendland" which is characterized by a special form of settlement - the round villages. The landscape is flat and dominated by huge floodplains. They are a paradise for birds like storks, sea eagles or cranes. Lauenburg is an old skipper's town with a lot of beautiful restored half-timbered houses from the 16th and 17th century.

Day 12: Lauenburg – Hamburg (approx. 55 km)
Most of the time you will cycle along the Elbe riverbanks. Before entering the metropole you will pass a calm area with small villages. You can see Hamburg already from far away. Do not miss the opportunity to take part in a roundtrip by boat. You will get an impression of Hamburg harbor seen from the water with its huge ocean liners and container terminals.

Day 13: Individual departure
Your bicycle holidays from Dresden to Hamburg are now over. If you wish to extend your cycle tour along the Elbe river cycle path with extra nights in Hamburg or other towns along the way, we will be pleased to arrange additional accommodation for you.

This cycle trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.



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Services

Services included

  • Welcome surprise
  • 12 x overnight stay in hotels and guesthouses with 3-star-standard
  • 12 x continental breakfast
  • Luggage transfer from accommodation to accommodation during your cycle tours
  • GPS data on request
  • 1 package with maps and information material per room (in English language)
  • 24-hours-service-hotline during your cycling holidays
  • CoronaPLUS: Your chance to rebook or cancel free of charge until 42 days prior to the arrival date without indication of reasons. This service is included in all bookings until 31st October 2021 for free.

Bookable value-added services for the bike tour Dresden – Hamburg

Please feel free to add the following value-added services to the basic travel package to personalize your cycling holidays from Dresden to Hamburg:

  • Additional nights at every overnight location according to the tour description
  • Rental bikes or electric bicycles for the duration of the tour (more about our rental bike service)

Prices of these value-added services are detailed under the tab "Quotes" of this tour information.

Further advice on the cycling tour from Dresden to Hamburg

Please note that in certain cities along the Elbe Cycle Path compulsory city, tourist or occupancy taxes may be required to be paid. Unless otherwise indicated, those taxes are not included in our prices and have to be paid directly to the hotel.

This cycle trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.


Contact person

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0351 - 563 48 20
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Quotes

Prices for services included

incl. luggage transfer
Dbl
Sgl
Tpl
Price validity: 01.04.2022 to 31.10.2022
1,189.00 € per person
1,559.00 € per person
excl. luggage transfer
Dbl
Sgl
Tpl
Price validity: 01.04.2022 to 31.10.2022
1,009.00 € per person
1,379.00 € per person
Our money-saving tip: Take a look at our discounts for small groups from 4 travellers on.

Don’t miss out on our early bird discount! Save 5% of the basic tour price by booking until 28th February incl. CoronaPLUS!

Prices for additional nights

excl. luggage transfer
Dbl per night/person
Sgl per night/person
Tpl
Dresden
65.00 €
90.00 €
Strehla
46.00 €
68.00 €
Torgau
55.00 €
80.00 €
Lutherstadt Wittenberg
55.00 €
80.00 €
Dessau-Roßlau
55.00 €
80.00 €
Magdeburg
55.00 €
80.00 €
Tangermünde
56.00 €
85.00 €
Havelberg
56.00 €
85.00 €
Wittenberge
56.00 €
85.00 €
Hitzacker
56.00 €
85.00 €
Lauenburg
56.00 €
85.00 €
Hamburg
72.00 €
105.00 €

Prices for rental bikes

 
Price
Touring bicycle, women, 21 gears
15.00 € per person and day
Touring bicycle, women, 7 gears
15.00 € per person and day
Touring bicycle, men, 21 gears
15.00 € per person and day
Touring bicycle, men, 7 gears
15.00 € per person and day
E-Bike
25.00 € per person and day
Speedometer
5.00 € per person

Additional Services

 
Price
FlexPLUS (rebook or cancel up to 28 days before arrival)
39.00 € per person
Additional night Pretzsch with luggage transfer
76.00 € per person


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Please note: This cycle tour from Dresden to Hamburg can also be booked in the opposite direction.

This cycle trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.

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Day 1: Individual arrival in Dresden
You arrive in the Florence of the Elbe, Dresden, which is beautifully located along the Elbe valley. Whether the famous Zwinger, the Semper Opera or the Court Church – a tour of the former royal residence by bicycle will take you past many sites.

Tip: We recommend an extra night in Dresden for a day trip to the Saxon Switzerland. You will get back by local train to Dresden (approx. 45 km)

Day 2: Dresden – Strehla (approx. 66 km)
The first leg of the bike tour along the Elbe river cycle trail will take you through the beautiful meadows of the Elbe valley. From far away you can already see the landmark of the city of Meissen: the impressive castle hill with the cathedral and the Albrechtsburg castle. A visit to the world-famous Meissen porcelain factory is also a must. On this stage of your bike tour you pass picturesque wine villages before you get to the City of Sports Riesa. Here the popular noodle producer is at home and in the pasta museum you will learn about the rich pasta shape. Should you be on a weekday in Riesa, even a glance at the current production is possible.

Day 3: Strehla – Torgau (approx. 40 km)
On the way along the Elbe river cycle path you will be enjoying the enchanting rural atmosphere of the Elbe town of Strehla. You cycle tour continues to Torgau, a Renaissance town featuring Schloss Hartenfels and the palatial church which is known as the first Protestant church of Germany and which was dedicated by Martin Luther.

Day 4: Torgau – Lutherstadt Wittenberg (approx. 68 km)
First you will have a ride passing through the floodplains of the river Elbe until Pretzsch. Today you will be staying in Wittenberg, a town which became famous through Martin Luther. As the historic, spiritual and cultural centre of Europe, Wittenberg was influenced by such important historical figures as Martin Luther, Philipp Melanchthon, Lucas Cranach the Elder and Lucas Cranach the Younger. In 1996 the Luther memorials were placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

This bike tour can be shared by an extra night in Pretzsch (approx. 37 km/35 km). Price see extra nights (Category B).

Day 5: Lutherstadt Wittenberg – Dessau (approx. 37 km)
This leg will take you through the beautiful meadows of the Elbe and past the world-famous Woerlitzer Park and Gardens. The 100-hectare large park offers numerous attractions including islands, canals, temples and statues. With Dessau you will enter a town which played an important role for a new architecture style including a whole life philosophy occured in the 1920s, the so called "Bauhaus".

Day 6: Dessau – Magdeburg (approx. 78 - 88 km)
Between Barby and Magdeburg you will cycle across another biosphere reserve along the river Elbe giving home to lots of vulnerable species of birds. Magdeburg offers lots of rambling parkways where you can relax. Experience also the famous Cathedral and the Monastery.

Day 7: Magdeburg – Tangermünde (approx. 80 km)
Today you will pass the impressive and technical challenging construction of the waterway junction - a gigantic building project to conect the waterways of Hannover, Magdeburg and Berlin. Milestone of this cycling day will be the famous monastery of Jerichow. The Elbe river cycle path takes you further to Tangermünde. By walking through the town you will discover the traces of 1000 years of history. The most impressive building is the 24 meter high town hall with its opulent decorated front created in the 15th century.

Day 8: Tangermünde – Havelberg (approx. 50 km)
Today Elbe river cycle path takes you to Havelberg. Havelberg is another round village with half-timbered houses. Do not miss the Romanesque cathedral. 

Day 9: Havelberg – Wittenberge (approx. 38 km)
We recommend to make a break in the town Ruehstaedt. It is known for its big stork population. Every year in spring time about 70 storks turn back from their winter time overseas to live on roofs, pylons or towers. Wittenberge with its numerous towers can already be seen from a distance.

Day 10: Wittenberge – Hitzacker (approx. 78 km)
Recreative hours in untouched nature will define your cycling day. Only from time to time you will pass through dreamy villages.

Day 11: Hitzacker – Lauenburg (approx. 55 km)
You will pass through an unique landscape called "Wendland" which is characterized by a special form of settlement - the round villages. The landscape is flat and dominated by huge floodplains. They are a paradise for birds like storks, sea eagles or cranes. Lauenburg is an old skipper's town with a lot of beautiful restored half-timbered houses from the 16th and 17th century.

Day 12: Lauenburg – Hamburg (approx. 55 km)
Most of the time you will cycle along the Elbe riverbanks. Before entering the metropole you will pass a calm area with small villages. You can see Hamburg already from far away. Do not miss the opportunity to take part in a roundtrip by boat. You will get an impression of Hamburg harbor seen from the water with its huge ocean liners and container terminals.

Day 13: Individual departure
Your bicycle holidays from Dresden to Hamburg are now over. If you wish to extend your cycle tour along the Elbe river cycle path with extra nights in Hamburg or other towns along the way, we will be pleased to arrange additional accommodation for you.

This cycle trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.

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  • Welcome surprise
  • 12 x overnight stay in hotels and guesthouses with 3-star-standard
  • 12 x continental breakfast
  • Luggage transfer from accommodation to accommodation during your cycle tours
  • GPS data on request
  • 1 package with maps and information material per room (in English language)
  • 24-hours-service-hotline during your cycling holidays
  • CoronaPLUS: Your chance to rebook or cancel free of charge until 42 days prior to the arrival date without indication of reasons. This service is included in all bookings until 31st October 2021 for free.

Bookable value-added services for the bike tour Dresden – Hamburg

Please feel free to add the following value-added services to the basic travel package to personalize your cycling holidays from Dresden to Hamburg:

  • Additional nights at every overnight location according to the tour description
  • Rental bikes or electric bicycles for the duration of the tour (more about our rental bike service)

Prices of these value-added services are detailed under the tab "Quotes" of this tour information.

Further advice on the cycling tour from Dresden to Hamburg

Please note that in certain cities along the Elbe Cycle Path compulsory city, tourist or occupancy taxes may be required to be paid. Unless otherwise indicated, those taxes are not included in our prices and have to be paid directly to the hotel.

This cycle trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.

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Magdeburg offers lots of rambling parkways where you can relax. Experience also the famous Cathedral and the Monastery.","ablauf":{},"kommentar":{}}]},{"tag":"7","tag_lang":[{"sprache":"de","titel":"Tangerm\u00fcnde","inhalt":"7. Tag: Magdeburg \u2013 Tangerm\u00fcnde (ca. 80 km)\r\nDas heutige Ziel ist Tangerm\u00fcnde. Lassen Sie den Tag bei einem gem\u00fctlichen Spaziergang durch die Gassen mit ihren wundersch\u00f6nen Fachwerkh\u00e4usern ausklingen und genie\u00dfen Sie den Abend in den zahlreichen Restaurants in der Altstadt.","ablauf":{},"kommentar":{}},{"sprache":"en","titel":"Tangerm\u00fcnde","inhalt":"Day 7: Magdeburg \u2013 Tangerm\u00fcnde (approx. 80 km)\r\nToday you will pass the impressive and technical challenging construction of the waterway junction - a gigantic building project to conect the waterways of Hannover, Magdeburg and Berlin. Milestone of this cycling day will be the famous monastery of Jerichow. The Elbe river cycle path takes you further to Tangerm\u00fcnde. By walking through the town you will discover the traces of 1000 years of history. The most impressive building is the 24 meter high town hall with its opulent decorated front created in the 15th century.","ablauf":{},"kommentar":{}}]},{"tag":"8","tag_lang":[{"sprache":"de","titel":"Havelberg","inhalt":"8. Tag: Tangerm\u00fcnde \u2013 Havelberg (ca. 50 km)\r\n\u00dcber den Deich fahren Sie heute in die bekannte Hansestadt Havelberg. Besonders sehenswert in der Stadt am Zufluss der Havel in die Elbe ist der romanische Dom mit teilweise gotischen Elementen. ","ablauf":{},"kommentar":{}},{"sprache":"en","titel":"Havelberg","inhalt":"Day 8: Tangerm\u00fcnde \u2013 Havelberg (approx. 50 km)\r\nToday Elbe river cycle path takes you to Havelberg. Havelberg is another round village with half-timbered houses. Do not miss the Romanesque cathedral. ","ablauf":{},"kommentar":{}}]},{"tag":"9","tag_lang":[{"sprache":"de","titel":"Wittenberge","inhalt":"9. Tag: Havelberg \u2013 Wittenberge (ca. 38 km)\r\nWeiter geht es in Richtung Havelberg. Bei Ihrer Fahrt durch malerische Gegenden entlang der Elbe, k\u00f6nnen Sie immer wieder unber\u00fchrte Natur bewundern. Ziel der heutigen, eher kurzen Fahrradtour ist Wittenberge. Bekannt als Turmstadt k\u00f6nnen Sie sich an den schon weithin sichbaren, imposanten T\u00fcrmen orientieren.","ablauf":{},"kommentar":{}},{"sprache":"en","titel":"Wittenberge","inhalt":"Day 9: Havelberg \u2013 Wittenberge (approx. 38 km)\r\nWe recommend to make a break in the town Ruehstaedt. It is known for its big stork population. Every year in spring time about 70 storks turn back from their winter time overseas to live on roofs, pylons or towers. Wittenberge with its numerous towers can already be seen from a distance.","ablauf":{},"kommentar":{}}]},{"tag":"10","tag_lang":[{"sprache":"de","titel":"Hitzacker","inhalt":"10. Tag: Wittenberge \u2013 Hitzacker (ca. 78 km)\r\nQuer durch das Wendland radeln Sie heute nach Hitzacker. Auch hier ist ein Bummel durch die Altstadt lohnenswert, denn Hitzacker mit den vielen Fachwerkh\u00e4usern bietet Besuchern einen besonders sch\u00f6nen Ortskern.","ablauf":{},"kommentar":{}},{"sprache":"en","titel":"Hitzacker","inhalt":"Day 10: Wittenberge \u2013 Hitzacker (approx. 78 km)\r\nRecreative hours in untouched nature will define your cycling day. Only from time to time you will pass through dreamy villages.","ablauf":{},"kommentar":{}}]},{"tag":"11","tag_lang":[{"sprache":"de","titel":"Lauenburg","inhalt":"11. Tag: Hitzacker \u2013 Lauenburg (ca. 55 km)\r\nHeutiges Ziel ist die Schifferstadt Lauenburg. Genie\u00dfen Sie nochmal die unverwechselbare Landschaft, durch die Sie der Elberadweg begleitet, denn schon am n\u00e4chsten Tag neigt sich Ihr Fahrradurlaub dem Ende zu.","ablauf":{},"kommentar":{}},{"sprache":"en","titel":"Lauenburg","inhalt":"Day 11: Hitzacker \u2013 Lauenburg (approx. 55 km)\r\nYou will pass through an unique landscape called \"Wendland\" which is characterized by a special form of settlement - the round villages. The landscape is flat and dominated by huge floodplains. They are a paradise for birds like storks, sea eagles or cranes. Lauenburg is an old skippers town with a lot of beautiful restored half-timbered houses from the 16th and 17th century.","ablauf":{},"kommentar":{}}]},{"tag":"12","tag_lang":[{"sprache":"de","titel":"Hamburg","inhalt":"12. Tag: Lauenburg \u2013 Hamburg (ca. 55 km) \r\nSchon starten Sie zur letzten Etappe Ihres Fahrradurlaubs. Genie\u00dfen Sie noch einmal die frische Luft und die flachen Radwege, bevor Sie in die lebendige Metropole Hamburg einradeln. Erkunden Sie hier den Hamburger Hafen bei einer Hafenrundfahrt oder tauchen Sie bei einem Nachtw\u00e4chter-Rundgang in die Geschichte der Speicherstadt ein. Ein besonderer Abschluss Ihrer Radreise k\u00f6nnte ebenfalls ein Musicalbesuch in Hamburg sein.","ablauf":{},"kommentar":{}},{"sprache":"en","titel":"Hamburg","inhalt":"Day 12: Lauenburg \u2013 Hamburg (approx. 55 km)\r\nMost of the time you will cycle along the Elbe riverbanks. Before entering the metropole you will pass a calm area with small villages. You can see Hamburg already from far away. Do not miss the opportunity to take part in a roundtrip by boat. You will get an impression of Hamburg harbor seen from the water with its huge ocean liners and container terminals.","ablauf":{},"kommentar":{}}]},{"tag":"13","tag_lang":[{"sprache":"de","titel":"Abreise","inhalt":"13. Tag: Individuelle R\u00fcckreise\r\nMit unvergesslichen Eindr\u00fccken im Gep\u00e4ck geht es heute wieder zur\u00fcck nach Hause. Alternativ k\u00f6nnen Sie Ihren Radurlaub auch mit Zusatzn\u00e4chten in Hamburg, Dresden oder anderen \u00dcbernachtungsorten verl\u00e4ngern!\r\n","ablauf":{},"kommentar":{}},{"sprache":"en","titel":"Departure","inhalt":"Day 13: Individual departure\r\nYour bicycle holidays from Dresden to Hamburg are now over. 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Cycling holidays from Dresden to Hamburg
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01.04.2022 - 31.10.2022
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Further information about our cycling holidays along the Elbe River Cycle Path

Cycle tours along Germany's most popular cycle path

Overwiev map of the Elbe River in GermanyThe Elbe flows through beautiful countryside. Its characteristic features include the towering Elbe Sandstone Massif, delightful riverbank meadows and impressive terrace vineyards. There are charming historical monuments along the river and lovely "old towns".

The Elbe, Germany's second largest river, flows through beautiful countryside. Its characteristic features include the towering Elbe Sandstone Massif, delightful riverbank meadows and impressive terrace vineyards in the region around Meissen. There are plenty of charming historical monuments along the river including magnificent castles, palaces and lovely, preserved, historical "old towns".

The cycle tours are fairly flat and follow the run of the river Elbe. The majority of the trails are in good condition and offer a wide range of cultural and leisure activities, making it ideal for travellers in every age group, for families and groups. The Elbe is one of the "slow" rivers. There is hardly any altitude, so it does not really matter whether you cycle upstream or downstream. However, the prevailing winds from the west and the countryside around the Elbe make the journey upstream preferable.

We would be very happy to organize your cycling holidays along the Elbe Cycle Path

Logo of the Elbe River Cycle PathSince 2002 we have been offering cycling holidays as self-guided tours in English language and thereby have gained a lot of experience with foreign travellers. If you are interested in booking a cycle tour along the Elbe Cycle Path we would be glad to become your travel partner! All you need to worry about are arrival and departure – the entire rest you can leave up to us!

We will organise the reservation of your hotels, the transport of your luggage and if necessary lunch packages, transfers or further services. If you want to know more about our cycling holidays in general or get more details information about our bicycle tours along the Elbe River Cycle Path, please feel free to contact us!

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