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Dresden to Berlin

Dresden to Berlin

Extension of Prague to Dresden

Germany

8-days / 7 nights - 6 biking days

Guided group or Self-guided individual tour

Length: 315 km / 190 miles

The grade of difficulty: Easy

Along the Elbe and on the flat and well-asphalted Elbe Cycle Path, the tour takes you initially from Dresden to the world famous town of Porcelain – Meißen, the residence city Torgau up until Lutherstadt Wittenberg. There, you can follow the tracks of Reformation. In order to reach Berlin, you then leave the Elbe Cycle Path and take the Europe Biking Path R1 (also called Euro-Route R1) northwards.

It leads you through countryside and forests and you eventually pass the natural reserve Hoher Fläming. With a bit of luck, you can catch sight of the last remaining Great Bustards in Germany. Very soon, you reach the lowlands of Bad Belzig and it begins to become flattered again. You continue passing the city of Beelitz, which is known for its asparagus all over Germany. Maybe you have the chance to try some of the delicious and freshly-stung vegetables?!

Easy

EasyThe easy route has mostly flat and usually shorter distance.

Self Guided

Self GuidedYou cycle alone without a cycling guide with provided itinerary, maps, GPS - exact documents depends on the exact tour.

Guided Group

Guided GroupTours are led by experienced and qualified bilingual tour leaders who ride with the group throughout the tour and are backed up by the supporting vehicle.

B - Standard

B - Standard3* hotels with breakfast, B&B

Standard

StandardYou can rent a standard bike.

E-bike

E-bikeE-bike (electrobicycle) for rent available

No

NoYou can use your own bike

Breakfast

BreakfastBuffet breakfast are included in price of accommodation

Half-board

Half-boardHalf-board available

Linear

Linear

Itinerary

Day 1 - Arrival in Dresden

Seize the first day of your travel from Dresden to Berlin and discover the capital of Saxony during an individual city stroll. The choice of sights is huge: Zwinger Palace, Semper Opera House or the famous Dresden Church of Our Lady await your visit!

TIP: you can arrive into Dresden from Prague.

Day 2 - Dresden – Strehla

distance approx. 66 km

The first stage of your bicycle tour to Berlin leads you passed the vineyards of Dresden Elbe Valley. En route, the contemplative Radebeul village centre Altkötzschenbroda is perfect for a break. Soon, the porcelain town Meißen welcomes you with its landmark – the ensemble of cathedral and castle Albrechtsburg. You pass the sport and noodle town Riesa before you will reach your final destination for the day – Strehla.

Day 3 - Strehla – Torgau

Distance approx. 40 km.

Today is more of a rural day and you cycle through many little villages. In between, a stop in Belgern is worth it. Belgern is the only Saxon town with a Roland statue. “Roland” is a still image of a knight only equipped with a sword and ensembles the city rights and thus was often used to be set up on market squares or in front of town halls. Now only 20km are left until the residence city Torgau. You should seize the afternoon for a visit of castle Hartenfels and the castle church.

Day 4 - Torgau – Lutherstadt Wittenberg

Distance approx. 68 km.

A day filling stage is on the programme today. In Pretzsch, you can change over the river to the other side of the banks via ferry (the price is not included). On the right side of the river, you continue your bicycle tour via Elster to Lutherstadt Wittenberg, which was the starting point of Martin Luther’s Reformation movement.

This tour can be divided when staying overnight in Pretzsch (results in 37 km/35 km).

Day 5 - Lutherstadt Wittenberg – Bad Belzig

Distance approx. 42 km.

Today, you leave the Elbe and continue your bicycle tour to Berlin at the European Bike Path R1 inland through the natural reserve Hoher Fläming and the health resort Bad Belzig. Even from a far distance, you can already see the castle complex of Eisenhardt castle. After a city stroll through historic old town, you can relax in the spa "Steintherme Bad Belzig".

Day 6 - Bad Belzig – Potsdam

Distance approx. 60 km.

The European Bike Path R1, which has accompanied you on your bicycle tour since Lutherstadt Wittenberg, presents at its best showing you the most wonderful scenery today. Potsdam with Sanssouci Castle and many more pretty castles and parks is today’s final destination. Prior, you ride through the growing region of the famous Beelitzer asparagus and along the banks of lake Schwielow and Templiner See.

Day 7 - Potsdam – Berlin-Mitte

Distance approx. 35 km.

You leave Potsdam by crossing the Havel using the Glienicker bridge and keep on riding in the direction of Germany’s capitol Berlin. Through the Berlin forest and along the Greater Wannsee you approach the TV Tower Berlin. Today’s final destination is simultaneously the final destination of your bicycle tour from Dresden to Berlin – The city centre of Germany’s capitol with its numerous sights.

Day 8 - Berlin

Berlin sure lures you with its overwhelming abundance of attractions into undertaking a city stroll. If one overnight stay in Berlin is too short, we gladly offer to book extra nights in Berlin (or any other place according to your travel description).

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Included

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE PRICE

  • Accommodation in selected standard class hotels and pensions
  • Buffet breakfast on all days
  • Dinners except for the last night (Guided Group option)
  • Refreshments in the supporting vehicle (soft drinks, snacks, sweets, fruit) (Guided Group option)
  • Detailed town maps
  • Detailed cycling maps (per room)
  • Programme and English route book (per room)
  • Bicycle repair kit (per room)
  • Transportation of luggage between hotels
  • Bicycle deliver to starting hotel in Dresden
  • Transfer of bicycles from ending point
  • 24 hour hotline assistance service
  • GPX or KML data of recommended route, GPS device only on request if in stock (Self Guided option)
  • Specialized AVE bicycle tour leader during all biking days (Guided Group option)
  • Practical bike ride safety training (Guided Group option)
  • Technical service on the route (Guided Group option)
  • First aid - health service on the route (Guided Group option)
  • Support minibus (Guided Group option)
  • Water for bike-flasks from the support vehicle (Guided Group option)

Price

Self Guided option:
659 Euro per person in double room
859 Euro single room

excl. luggage transfer
569 Euro per person in double room
769 Euro single room

Bike rental
80 Euro - a standard bike
176 Euro - e-bike

  • bike, helmet
  • handle-bar bag
  • rear pannier
  • lock
  • new cycling water bottle
  • repair kit (Self Guided option)

Extra night per person in double/single room in:
Dresden - 55 Euro / 80 Euro
Strehla - 44 Euro / 61 Euro
Torgau - 48 Euro / 72 Euro
Bad Schmiedeberg OT Pretzsch/Elbe - 44 Euro / 62 Euro
Lutherstadt Wittenberg - 55 Euro / 80 Euro
Bad Belzig - 55 Euro / 80 Euro
Potsdam - 57 Euro / 93 Euro
Berlin-Mitte - 67 Euro / 105 Euro

Bikes

We are pleased to provide you with rental bicycles, which are ideally suited to the touring cyclist:

Ladies’ models with step-through or low-crossbar frames
Gents’ models
Hub or derailleur gears (hub-gear comes along with back pedal brake)
Various frame heights
Anti-puncture tyres (manufacturers: Schwalbe and Continental)
Electric bicycles, children’s bicycles and tandems available on request

Accessories provided free of charge (per bicycle)
Waterproof Ortlieb pannier (10 l)
Repair kit & bicycle lock
Map holder


Additional accessories

Speedometer (on request, an additional fee of € 5.00 per bike, only reservable related to booking of a rental bike)

Bicycle helmets
Though neither Germany nor the Czech Republic requires adults to wear bicycle helmets, the Czech Republic does require minors to wear helmets. As AugustusTours does not rent out bicycle helmets for reasons of safety and hygiene, any guests who feel safer wearing a helmet when cycling or minors who will be entering the Czech Republic on their bicycle should bring their own helmet with them.

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