Free as the wind
Feel free – not just on the bike but already during the planning of the route you create the journey yourself. We offer cyclist individuality by our cycling stages to 'create by yourself'. The Weser bike trail will definitely not leave anything to be desired: family holiday with short stages or training stages for racers, sights for cultural interested cyclists or the spontaneous fresh air activity for Sunday driver.
From the map and the distance table, choose your desired overnight accommodation. Use our tour planner for your exact planning. Here, you can flexibly put together a trip from 5 to 12 days. In doing so, you determine all the details of your trip such as overnight accommodation, daily stages and duration of the trip – please do not forget to include an arrival day and departure day. Finally, send us your completed travel plan and we will send you an offer that has been tailored to your wishes. With our all-carefree service, we ensure a relaxed and smooth functioning of your bike tour.tour planner
Individual tours: Here you decide when and with whom you would like to travel. We provide you with detailed tour documents and practical planning tips, and you enjoy our all-in, worry-free package with separate luggage transport throughout your tour.
Guided tours: You can simply get on your bike and enjoy a group holiday (8–20 participants). Your tour guide will take care of everything, and your luggage will be transported separately.
This overview shows you the grade of difficulty for our tours:
In the case of our original Velociped tours, we are the tour operator. We organise and accompany these tours personally.
So that you have an even bigger selection to choose from, we also cover additional routes in collaboration with long-standing partners. With these Velociped partner tours, we are the tour broker.
Category A: Comfortable middle-class hotels
Category B: smaller, family-run inns and hotels
For bike & boat trips you will find facility details on cabins and shared rooms in the tour description.
Prices are per person.
|5 days||4 nights||438,00 EUR||414,00 EUR|
|6 days||5 nights||494,00 EUR||458,00 EUR|
|7 days||6 nights||552,00 EUR||516,00 EUR|
|8 days||7 nights||626,00 EUR||570,00 EUR|
|9 days||8 nights||710,00 EUR||632,00 EUR|
|10 days||9 nights||778,00 EUR||697,00 EUR|
|11 days||10 nights||859,00 EUR||769,00 EUR|
|12 days||11 nights||940,00 EUR||840,00 EUR|
|single room p.n.||25,00 EUR||20,00 EUR|
- accommodation incl. breakfast
- room with shower/bath/WC
- luggage transport
- map of bike trails with marked route
- detailed route description
- tips for tour preparation
- touristic information
- 7 days hotline service
- 25% reduction for children under 14 years of age in a room with two people paying the full price
- 15% reduction for children under 14 years of age in their own room
Arrival by train
Hann.Münden is easily accessible from all major cities in Germany by train. We recommend to take a taxi from the station to get to our partner hotels in Hann.Münden. Current schedule information and price information can be found at: www.bahn.de.
Parking facilities at the hotel
Our partner hotels in Hann.Münden have only a limited number of parking spaces.
You can park your car for the duration of the trip in the car park at the “Tanzwerder”.
Detailed information on parking at your hotel, you will receive by mail together with the detailed travel documents two weeks prior to departure.
Condition of cycle paths
You cycle on mostly flat, paved hiking and cycling trails.
The route is very well signposted.
Available rental bikes
If you choose to rent a velocipede-rental bike for the tour, we bring it to your first hotel and pick it up at your destination. You can choose between woman’s and men's bicycles either with 7-speed gear shift and coaster brake or 27-speed gear shift and freewheel or electric bikes. All ladies' bikes have a low opening that makes mounting and dismounting much easier. The bikes are suitable for all ladies from 150 cm in height and for all gentlemen from 165 cm in height. You simply specify your wishes at time of booking.
Transfer back to the starting point of the journey
Daily there is the possibility to transfer back to Hann.Münden with a small bus (with bike trailer). The driver comes to pick you up at your hotel and has much room for you, your luggage and where required your own bicycle. The bus takes you back to your first hotel, thus ensuring a perfect return service without transfer and the hassle of hauling luggage.
Departure time and price on request.
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.
Hann. Münden is rich in restored half-timbered houses (more than 700 in the historical town center) with nice medieval churches (St. Blasius, St. Aegidia) and buildings of the so-called Weserrenaissance. Worth mentioning in particular are the Welfenschloss and the historic town hall.
Some parts of the medieval city wall including the defense towers are preserved. The wall was already built with the city's foundation in the 12th century.
The Blasius church is a three-nave Gothic hall church in the center of the old town. The construction began at the end of the 13th century, built on the foundation walls of a Roman basilica.
The stone bridge across the Werra connects the town center with the suburban flower. It was built before 1329 and is one of the oldest stone bridges in Lower Saxony.
Downtown you find the town hall, whose core is a gothic hall dating from the 14th century. In the years 1603 to 1618, the building was reconstructed by the Lemgo architect Georg Crossmann and received its still preserved decorated façade.
The first Münden castle was completed in 1501 by Herzogich I (Calenberg-Göttingen) as a gothic building. It was a residence castle with administrative seat.
As a memory of the Siege of Münden by general Tilly in 1626 a watch out tower was built in the Reinhardswald above the town.
On a hill high above Hann. Münden and Weserstein, the Weser-song construction is located on the right side of the river Weser. Reminiscent of the poet of the Weser song (Franz von Dingelstedt) and the composer of the song (Gustav Pressel). The Weser-song construction offers a wide view over the city.
Corvey (also Korvey) is a former Benedictine abbey in Höxter in today's North Rhine-Westphalia. Corvey was one of the most important Carolingian monasteries and possesed one of the most valuable libraries in the country. A numerous bishops arised from that abbey. Corvey played a decisive role in the first missionary experiments in Scandinavia. Ansgar, the "Apostle of the North," was brought up here.
House of the pied piper in Hameln
The house of the pied piper is one of the most famous houses in the Old Town of Hameln and one of the most magnificent buildings of the Weserrenaissance. It is located at the junction of Bungelosenstraße and Osterstraße. Its present façade was built in 1602.
The Haemelschenburg Castle near Emmerthal in the Weserbergland between Hameln and Bad Pyrmont is regarded as the major work of the Weserrenaissance. With its art collections, gardens, water mill, economic buildings and the church it is one of the most beautiful renaissance constructions in Germany.
The Aqua Magica is a 20 hectare landscaped park in Bad Oeynhausen and Löhne. The park was designed in 1997 by French landscape architects Henri Bava and Olivier Philippe. The plan was to create a park for the Landesgartenschau in 2000. The most impressive work at Aqua Magica is the water crater. It is an accessible, underground fountain sculpture and a station on the journey to the "land of wonder".
Waterway crossing Minden
The waterway crossing Minden is a crossroads of two waterways in East Westphalia Minden, where the Mittellandkanal lays with two bridges across the Weser Valley and the Weser river, which is located 13 m below. 320 m respective 341 m long channel bridges lead across the river and the Weser meadows. This means 211 km free traveling for the navigation on the canal and the Weser. Connections via two lockways make a switch between the waterways at this intersection possible.
Glass factory Gernheim
The "Glashütte Gernheim" is a location of the LWL-Industriemuseum in Petershagen-Ovenstädt.
The monumental tower is reminiscent of a nineteenth century glass factory. Situated on the steep bank of the Weser river, the Glashütte was temporarily one of the most important factories in Northwest German, in use from 1812 to 1877. The museum was re-opened on 7 November 1998 after a restoration lasting for several decades.
Bremen town hall
The Bremen Town Hall is one of the most important buildings of Gothic and Weserrenaissance in Europe. In 2004, it was named by the UNESCO as World Cultural Heritage of Humanity, together with the Bremen Roland.
The "Schnoor" (also called "Schnoorviertel"; low-german Schnoor, Snoor = cord) is a medieval district in the old town of Bremen. The district owes its name to the old ship's craft. The corridors between the houses were often related to professions: there was an area where ropes and strings were made (string = Schnoor), and an area where wire and anchor chains were made (Wieren = wire) .
Climate House 8° East
The Climate House Bremerhaven (full name Climate House Bremerhaven 8° East) is a science center (scientific exhibition house) in Bremerhaven. It is located at the Old Port and is part of the Havenwelten. The 18,800 m² world of knowledge and experience seizes on the theme complex climate and climate change in four exhibition areas.
Mudflat hiking in Cuxhaven
Come and experience nature in the Wattenmeer with expert guidance! The Nordseeheilbad Cuxhaven GmbH offers a wide selection of guided walks with different theme areas.