Bicycle & luggage transport along the Oder-Neisse Cycle Path

The Oder-Neisse Cycle Route runs along the Oder and Neisse rivers from the Baltic Sea through Poland to the border with the Czech Republic in southern Saxony and offers cyclists a unique opportunity to explore the landscape and culture of the region.

There are various options for bicycle and luggage transport along the Oder-Neisse Cycle Route. Here are some options:

  • Bicycle transport: There are special bicycle transport services that allow cyclists to take their bicycle from one city to another without having to ride it themselves. These services are usually available for a fee.
  • Luggage transport: Many hotels and guesthouses along the cycle route offer a luggage transport service, where the cyclist's luggage is transported from one accommodation to the next. This is a convenient way to enjoy cycling without unnecessary burden.
  • Bicycle trailers: It is also possible to rent or buy a bicycle trailer to carry the luggage. These trailers can be attached to the bicycle and offer a comfortable and easy way to transport the luggage.

With the help of the network, it is possible to find appropriate transport service providers who transport the bicycle, bicycle accessories as well as bicycle luggage from one place to another.

Highlights Oder-Neisse Cycle Route

The Oder-Neisse Cycle Route is full of sights and interesting stages. Here are some of the highlights and stages along the way:

  • Usedom: The island is known for its long sandy beaches, which are among the most beautiful in Germany, and its picturesque piers and spas.
  • City of Frankfurt (Oder), Germany: The city is known for its rich history and architecture, including the historic city centre and the medieval city wall.
  • City of Görlitz, Germany: This beautiful city is known for its rich architecture and history and offers a unique mix of medieval, Renaissance and Baroque buildings.
  • Zittau, Germany: This city is known for its historic old town and its rich culture and history.
  • Lower Silesian Wilderness Nature Park, Poland: This nature park offers unspoilt scenery with forests, rivers and lakes and is a popular destination for nature lovers and hikers.
  • Kuckuckstein Castle, Germany: This 16th century castle is a remarkable example of Renaissance architecture and offers breathtaking views of the countryside.
  • City of Bolesławiec, Poland: This town is known for its traditional arts and crafts, including the famous Bolesławiec pottery.

These are just a few of the many interesting stages and highlights along the Oder-Neisse Cycle Route. The total length of the cycle path is about 964 km, but there are also many opportunities to choose shorter routes to explore specific areas.

Our Oder-Neisse Network Partners

Below are some of our partners who are part of our network for luggage and bicycle transport along the Oder-Neisse Cycle Path.

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