Weser Cycle Route

  • Radlergruppe auf dem Weser-Radweg in Hameln am Weserufer
  • Weser-Radweg Radlergruppe Altstadt Hameln
  • Weser-Radweg Querung mit Gierseilfaehre
  • Pause am Weser-Radweg

Der Weser-Radweg - The Weser Cycle Route

The Weser Cycle Route is a comfortable 500 km journey that will lead you to the North Sea. The signposted tour takes you through six different regions that are right next to the tour path. The journey starts in the Weserbergland, "where the Werra and the Fulda kiss", where they confluence into the Weser river. Cycle past colourful towns of half-timbered houses, castles, fortresses and other fascinating insider-tips along the route. This is certainly only one reason why the Weser-Radweg is one of Germany's most popular long-distance cycling routes.

Der Weser-Radweg

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  • 500 km cycle touring route
  • Also suitable for inexperienced cyclists and families
  • The route is downhill as it heads towards the North Sea
  • Only some uphill biking
  • Runs parallel to the Weser, mainly avoiding main roads
  • Some sections have alternative routes on both sides of the Weser

For more information, visit the official website at www.weserradweg-info.de

Plan a tailor-made Weser-Bike adventure with our cycle route planner. Or book one of our all-inclusive holiday packages that include accommodation, board, luggage transfer and more.

Need a break? Take your bike on board of one of the Weser ships and discover the treasures of the region from the water. For an exciting experience of historical relevance, you can even cross the river on a reaction ferry. And if you find your energy levels depleted during the tour on the Weser-Radweg, simply rent one of the numerous e-bikes, available for hire throughout the Weserbergland.

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