Weekend Trip to the Baltic Sea Coast
Short bike tour from Lübeck to Wismar
Lübeck – Boltenhagen – Wismar
- Radweg-Reisen Tour
- Nature-sanctuaries, cliffs, Hanseatic cities, beautiful sandy beaches
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km / day avg.
The traditional hanseatic towns of Lübeck and Wismar mark the start and end of this weekend trip at the Baltic Sea. You will see just how unique two towns can be in terms of architecture, history, culture and atmosphere. And in between, you can look forward to two wonderful days in the saddle pedalling through nature reserves and along the cliffs of the coast and past beautiful sandy beaches.
On this bike tour from Lübeck to Wismar you will quickly gain a wonderful impression of the beautiful Baltic. The tour offers a great combination of culture and nature, for everyone wanting to see as much Baltic Sea flair in just a short time.
- Booking code
- Start / Destination
Lübeck / Wismar
4 days / 3 nights
approx. 80 km
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between 30 and 50 km, Ø 40 km
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Day 1: Individual arrival in Lübeck
The old magnificent Hanseatic town was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987 and simply radiates charm. Most people associate Lübeck with the Holsten Gate, marzipan and Thomas Mann. But there is much more to see: the crooked brick houses, alleyways and courtyards, the town hall. And the fish rolls on the banks of the Trave at sunset taste particularly good.
Day 2: Lübeck – Boltenhagen, approx. 50 km + ferry trip (not included)
This section goes through the spa town of Travemünde and continues along the Baltic Sea Cycle Route. Cycling through the Brooker Wald nature reserve, you soon reach Boltenhagen. The second oldest seaside resort of Mecklenburg attracts not only tourists ‒ world sailing championships are held here too. Enjoy the charming inland area around the small town of Klütz.
Day 3: Boltenhagen – Wismar, approx. 30 km
Mostly following the banks, you cycle to Wismar today, a time-honoured Hanseatic town. In the old quarter you will still find many brick buildings in the old Gothic style. By boat you can cross over to the island of Poel. It’s worth the short trip, as not only do beautiful long sandy beaches await you but the historic city walls dating back to the Thirty Years’ War contribute to the island’s charm.
Day 4: Individual departure or extension of stay
After breakfast your weekend trip along the Baltic Coast Cycle Route comes to an end. If you wish we happily extend your stay at the Baltic Sea.