The Oder-Neisse Cycle Route by Bike & Boat
Experience the Oder-Neisse Cycle Route
The Oder-Neisse Cycle Route is Germany's easternmost cycle route. Over a length of more than 600 km, it leads from the source of the river Neisse in the Czech Republic to Germany and then upstream to the mouth of the river in the Baltic Sea. Awarded four stars by the German cycling club ADFC, it impresses with a very low traffic load and a predominantly easy level of difficulty.
Charming, tranquil landscapes and places steeped in history characterise the Oder-Neisse Cycle Path. Divided into twelve stages, it is characterised by very good signposting. Cyclists can therefore start their cycle tour at any point.
In Germany, the cycle path crosses impressive natural areas such as the steppe-like Oder slopes, the Oderbruch moorland, the Lower Oder Valley National Park and the Szczecin Lagoon. The diversity of fauna and flora is extremely impressive in each area. In spring and autumn, huge flocks of migratory birds rest in the Oder region.
Culture fans will not be disappointed by the Oder-Neisse Cycle Route either. With its numerous castles, historic old towns and dreamy villages along the river landscape, there is no opportunity for boredom.
Our Bike and Boat tours on the Oder-Neisse Cycle Route
From the beautiful Baltic Sea islands of Rügen and Usedom, you will travel by Bike & Boat along the Oder River to the capital Berlin.
Packing your suitcase every day and moving into a new accommodation? Not with us, because your floating hotel is always with you. The comfortable MS PRINCESS is ideally suited for a tour of the Oder. The spacious sun deck invites you to linger after the exciting bike tours.
You can explore the landscape on well-maintained and predominantly flat routes with our modern bikes and e-bikes.
The SE-Tours team wishes you lots of fun!