Spend spring and summer in Berlin pedaling out to all of the glorious greenery, lakes, and wild patches of nature that surround the city. There’s really no better way to explore Berlin than by bike!Less
Bike through a forest, past a historical tower, and around one of Berlin's most famous lakes.
Beginning and ending at Karl-Bonhoeffer-Nervenklinik station in Reinickendorf, cycle along part of the famous Berliner Mauerweg to the popular lake Tegeler See. The route takes you right along the banks of Tegeler See lake and the river Havel, as well as the former border control road used by GDR patrol officers. Along the way, you will spot remaining fragments of the Berlin Wall and a Stasi Watchtower.
The river Spree runs for 400km through Germany and the northern Czech Republic, and it’s connected to the nearly as long River Havel via the Berlin-Spandau Ship Canal. This bike ride will take you along a good chunk of the Spree, which runs through Berlin. As it is the river which Berlin was originally built around, and the ride starts at Friedrichstraße station in the city centre, you will pass through much of Berlin’s urban heart.
The loop takes you in a clockwise direction through a large chunk of one of Berlin’s most popular north eastern districts, heading north through Weißensee before eventually breaking away from the suburbs and into the countryside.
Bike from Treptower Park through the leafiest part of east Berlin to Müggelsee and back.