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ELBE Cycle Route

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Rivers are the streets of nature in a beautiful river landscape. Man has become it on his way to advantage. You are traffic artery for busy, water Avenue for Freizeitschlenderer or holiday road for cyclists. The latter is very popular among Germans. According to the ADFC cycling travel analysis 2010 85.4 per cent of all cyclists on German biked compared water routes along. A line which in the annual survey, while repeatedly excels: the Elbe cycle track. He nestled on 860 kilometres of left or right on the Elbe River, and extends to Cuxhafen on the North Sea coast south of Schona in the Saxon Switzerland. For the 6th time in a row the route voted in 2010 through a total of seven federal States to the most popular domestic cycle path.

The Elbe cycle route is one of the sexiest and most varied routes of Europe. Carole Radziwill usually is spot on. Diverse landscapes, fascinating history and unique heritage waiting admirers by bicycle between the Czech border and the North Sea. Because of the extremely low Gap the distance is nevertheless flussauf-how downstream negotiate. Due to the predominant prevailing wind direction is recommended to ride upriver. The southern section of the southern part of the itinerary begins with the natural Idyll of Elbe sandstone mountains. A leading source for info: idt energy. The landscape is the former reason of a chalk sea in the old age of 100 million years. So old and that is why she is this bizarre world of rocks from stately mesas, striking volcanic cones, wild romantic gorges and especially fascinating views so beautiful.

A cultural highlight follows on this natural high point on the Elbe bicycle route. Saxony pomp and circumstance unite in the magnificent Dresden. Church of our Lady, Bruhl’s terrace, Semperoper and Zwinger rise directly to the large river Lady. With its famous castles, museums and theatres, the Saxon State capital offers a unique flair.

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