In Germany, the EuroVelo 3 long-distance cycle route leads along sections of the Ox Road, the North Sea Cycle Route, the long-distance cycling track Hamburg-Bremen, the Brückenradweg, the Friedensroute, the 100 Castles Route, the Römer-Lippe-Route, the Rhine Cycle Route and the Water Castles Route. You can find all the information about the individual route sections in the websites linked below, under "National Information".

National & Regional Information

ADFC: Allgemeiner Deutscher Fahrrad-Club e.V.

National EuroVelo Coordination Centre

De ADFC is een landelijke non-profitorganisatie met meer dan 200.000 fiets-enthousiaste leden, die zich gezamenlijk ten doel stelt de wegen veiliger te maken voor fietsers en voetgangers. Naast het stimuleren van milieuvriendelijke en dus duurzame vormen van vervoer, adviseert de ADFC over alle aspecten van het fietsen. Dit omvat advies over de aankoop van een fiets, technologie en fietsaccessoires, toeristische en politieke kwesties.

030 2091498-0

ADFC brochure "Ontdek Duitsland per fiets"

Op de online presentatie van de brochure van de ADFC vind je een selectie van de mooiste fietsroutes in Duitsland.

ADFC Kwaliteitsfietsroutes

Momenteel dragen 37 kwaliteitsroutes in Duitsland, 2 kwaliteitsroutes in het buitenland en 8 fietstochtregio's het ADFC-keurmerk. De link geeft meer informatie.

Bett+Bike - Fietsvriendelijke accommodatie

Ongeveer 5.900 hotels, pensions, jeugdherbergen, natuurhuizen en campings zijn op maat gemaakt voor de behoeften van de fietsers. Gastbedrijven die voldoen aan de ADFC-kwaliteitscriteria zijn bij de ingang voorzien van een bordje.

Duits Toeristisch Centrum e.V., DZT

Het DZT promoot Duitsland al meer dan 60 jaar namens de federale overheid in het buitenland. Het adverteert de toeristische diversiteit van Duitsland over de hele wereld. Het adverteert daarom voor een van de grootste en populairste merken - het reisland Duitsland. Een selectie van aantrekkelijke langeafstandsfietsroutes vindt u op met routebeschrijvingen en referenties van Bed+Bike vestigingen.

+49 (0)69 974640

Fietsrouteplanner in Duitsland

Dit platform maakt naadloze fietsrouteplanning in heel Duitsland mogelijk! Plan uw reis en download de GPX tracks van Duitse D-Routes in open data.

[EV3] Part 5 - Friedensroute

EuroVelo 3 continues along the Friedensroute linking the cities of Osnabrück and Münster. This modern cycle route traces the course of a historical riding trail through the Tecklenburger Land region. The city of Münster stands for the past and the future, a cultural stronghold and a cycling paradise, a diocesan city and a student city. The 1200-year-old metropolis shows how the old can also be young – with vibrant city flair, a compelling cultural programme and versatile leisure options. Münsterland e.V.

+49 2571 949300

[EV3] Part 6 - 100 Castles Routes

The Pilgrims Route follows the 100 Castles Route for a total of 75 kilometres. Castles, palaces and manor houses are the treasures of the Münsterland region. They are testimonies to outstanding architecture. Past eras come to life again here. It is possible to experience these by bike along the 100 Castles Route. The wonderful parks are perfect for stopping off. Münsterland e.V.

+49 2571 949300

[EV3] Part 7 - Römer-Lippe-Route

The next section of the Pilgrims Route follows the Römer-Lippe-Route. Where history was once written on the roads built by the Romans, the natural border today runs between the Münsterland’s parklands and the industrial culture of the Ruhr metropolitan region on the stretch between Hamm and Haltern. Initially densely forested, the Römer-Lippe-Route passes through varied scenery on the way from Haltern am See to Wesel. Ruhr Tourismus GmbH

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[EV3] Part 9 - Water Castles Route

The final section of the Pilgrims Route follows the Water Castles Route. Countless moated castles and other historical and cultural highlights along the route remind of the times of lords and knights. The route leads from Bonn along streams and rivers and through fertile lowlands to Aachen. Aachen Cathedral, the city’s landmark, along with the cathedral treasury were the first two German cultural monuments to be added to UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites back in 1978. Nordeifel Tourismus GmbH

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[EV3] Part 4 - Brückenradweg

The Brückenradweg links Bremen and Osnabrück on two parallel routes. Trade has flourished between the two Hanseatic towns for time immemorial. The well-developed route passes through 3 nature parks featuring unspoilt moors and forests, historical sites with a fascinating past, and over countless bridges. Some of these bridges are of historical interest; others are architecturally appealing. And all are a key feature of the beautiful riverscape. Tourismusverband Osnabrücker Land e.V. (TOL)


[EV3] Part 1 - Ox Road

In the 19th century, the Ox Road was the main overland route between Denmark and North Germany. It served as a cattle track for farmers, but was also used by soldiers, tradesmen and pilgrims as a direct route southwards. Today, cyclists can experience the nature and cultural history of North Germany. Away from busy roads, the route passes through moors and marshland, forests and meadows typical of North Germany, past lakes and along rivers. Gebietsgemeinschaft Grünes Binnenland Tourismus e.V.

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[EV3] Part 2 - North Sea Cycle Route

The section along the North Sea Cycle Route not only offers cyclists the opportunity to experience nature, but also to visit a variety of larger and smaller harbour towns. From Elmshorn, the route passes through the Elbvorland floodplains and on to Hamburg – the “Gateway to the World”, as the harbour city on the Elbe is commonly known – where the city’s maritime UNESCO World Heritage Sites can be explored. Nordsee-Tourismus-Service GmbH

(0 48 41) 89 75 0

[EV3] Part 8 - Rhine Cycle Route

The Pilgrims Route reaches the Rhine Cycle Route where varied art and culture can be experienced. Vibrant towns await exploration along this section, from which unobstructed views can be enjoyed over the water time and time again. The route leads from the Siebengebirge upland range, past the metropolises of Cologne and Düsseldorf to the Lower Rhine in Bonn, one of the oldest cities in Germany. The former German capital looks back on a history spanning more than 2,000 years. RadRegionRheinland

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[EV3] Part 3 - Long-distance cycling track Hamburg-Bremen

From the UNESCO World Heritage city and harbour metropolis of Hamburg featuring attractions such as the Alster, Landungsbrücken landing stages and Warehouse District, the route continues over the historic Elbe bridge in Harburg, past Schwarze Berge wildlife park and through the Harburg Hills to Bremen, which is also a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage city. Touristikverband Landkreis Rotenburg (Wümme) e.V.

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