Look forward to Rostock, the starting point for your cycling trip through the Danish island.
The Scandlines ferry brings you from Rostock Seaport to Gedser on the island of Falster in Denmark (approx. 2 hours). Now your bike tour begins! Via Marielyst you cycle to Nykøbing. On your way you marvel about artisans and small galleries. Enjoy the idyllic location of the small city, stroll through the narrow streets with charming houses from the 17th century, visit the 500 year old monastery church or climb the 47 steps of the distinctive water tower with fantastic views over the Guldborgsund.
Across the green south of Zealand you cycle to the Danish west coast Naestved, one of the oldest cities in the country. Take a detour to Gavnø Castle and experience history, art and nature. Overnight stay in Næstved or surroundings.
Today your journey continues northwest through the Great Belt countryside. Beautiful beaches and dune landscapes characterize the picture around the holiday and fishing village of Kaerebaeksminde. You can experience wonderful atmospheres with bathing life, campsites, restaurants and cafés here. The Fisheries and Town Museum takes you through the history of the place. There are art galleries with changing exhibitions in Kaerebaekstorp. The journey then continues inland to your next stop inland. Overnight stay in Sorø or Ringsted.
Today you cycle to the coasts and fjords at Roskilde. First to the Iselfjord and then on to the Roskildefjord. Roskilde Cathedral is the burial place of many Danish kings. In the footsteps of the Vikings, you can row and sail across the fjord from the harbor in replicas of the old Viking ships. Overnight in Roskilde or the surrounding area.
Your last stage takes you back to the Danish capital by a short route. Perhaps you would like to review your Great Zealand round trip in a cozy café in Copenhagen in the afternoon with Wienerbröd and a cup of coffee. Overnight in Copenhagen.
Today belongs to Copenhagen and its sights. Discover the Danish capital by bike, which is certainly the number 1 means of transport here and has an excellently developed network of cycle paths. If you don't want to cycle, take a stroll to Nyhavn to see the little mermaid and stroll along the Stroget shopping street or visit the legendary Tivoli amusement park. Overnight stay as the day before in Copenhagen.
Return on your own. From Copenhagen to Gedser to the ferry to Rostock there are several daily train connections (approximately 2 hours).
- 7 nights including breakfast
- Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel
- Ferry ride Rostock-Gedser (incl. bike)
- German-speaking guest advisor in Denmark
- Travel documents including maps and route descriptions
- 7-day hotline service
- GPS tracks on request
Please find more information about the bike tour Rostock - Copenhagen below. If you have any further questions feel free to contact us by phone: 0049 - (0)6421 - 886890.
Arrival by train
Rostock is easily reached by train from all major cities in Germany. If you stay overnight in Warnemünde, continue by S-Bahn to Warnemünde / end station (approx. 25min)
Current timetable information and price information can be found very practically at:
Parking facilities at the hotel
Rostock city port parking lot: approx. €4,- / day
Parking garage at Rostock city harbor: approx. €8,- / day
Parking spaces depending on availability. The costs are to be paid on site. Reservations not possible.
Condition of cycle paths
The sections are different. You mostly cycle on cycle paths or alternatively on forest paths. Flat routes, length and headwind have to be considered.
Available rental bikes
Rental bikes are available in the following versions:
8-speed reclining bikes as women's or gent's bikes.
24-speed freewheel bikes as women's or gent's bikes.
Electric bikes (unisex) with gear hub or freewheel on request.
Return journey on your own. There is a train connection from Copenhagen to Nyköbing several times a day and then by bus to Gedser / ferry port with a ferry connection to Rostock. For this reason, we recommend booking the bike tour with rental bikes, as the bus shuttle does not take bikes. You can also leave Copenhagen on your own using the Berlin bus. Reservation not possible.
Extra costs which are not inculded in the price
A possibly applicable city tax is not part of the price and has to be paid at the hotel locally.
7 days hotline service
Just in case the bike chain is broken, flooding makes it impossible to continue your tour or any other nasty surprise: you can reach us seven days a week and we will do anything to help you as fast as possible.
Passport and visa requirements
For EU citizens, there are no special passport or visa requirements and no health formalities to be considered for this trip.
The tour price already includes the statutory insolvency insurance. In addition, we recommend that you take out travel cancellation insurance upon receipt of your travel confirmation in order to protect yourself against financial disadvantages in the event of travel cancellation, interruption of travel, illness or accident.
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