Cycling in Germany is hugely popular, particularly amongst leisure cyclists and commuters.

The German government has invested heavily in cycle paths and routes over the last years and there is now an increasingly comprehensive network of well marked local and national routes. No less than ten EuroVelo routes also pass through the country.

National non-profit organisation ADFC does a great job of checking and certifying cycling routes in Germany, with 37 routes and eight regions approved by them at the time of writing. There’s also a national Bett+Bike scheme for bicycle friendly accommodation. All very organised!

We are keen to increase our coverage of cycling in Germany, but for the moment this article on the best places to stay in the German Alps is a good place to start.

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