half-timbered houses in Marburg
Cyclists along Lahn cycle path
Castle Runkel
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Lahn Cycle Path

Tranquil dream of nature.

A secret tip for cyclists! You will be amazed by the solitary and tranquil nature, dotted with picturesque half-timbered villages and large natural reserves. Stroll through cornered alleys of historic University City Marburg with famous Elisabeth church. Visit the city of Goethe, Wetzlar, with Lotte’s house and the old iron-ore mine Fortuna. Explore residential city Weilburg with impressive castle and the completely protected old town of Limburg with the famous dome. Stop at monastery Arnstein and historic Inn on Lahn before you reach Bad Ems, one of the most beautiful and traditional health baths of Germany. Enjoy a cycle tour to Loreley and the river cruise from St. Goar to traditional wine-grower town Braubach. This cycle tour allows enough time for everybody to visit the many points of interest in Lahn valley.

Medium
Medium
  • 7 Days / 6 Nights
  • Self-guided tour
Semiramis Feitler
Semiramis Feitler
+43 6219 7444 143 Contact

Itinerary

Visit the historic old town and Elisabeth church. Your rental bicycle is ready for you at the hotel.

You cycle in wide Lahn valley past idyllic little bathing ponds to Wetzlar. Explore the old town and interesting dome.

Cross the stony bridge to leave Wetzlar and soon you reach the old mine Fortuna (+8 km), Germany’s only iron-ore show mine, operating the original underground machinery. Take in the beautiful surroundings to Weilburg, where the renaissance castle stands in solitary splendour on a high rock above river Lahn.

Wedged in between the heights of Taunis and Westerwald the river winds its way. You cycle on the asphalted Lein path via Aumenau and Runkel to Limburg with famous dome.

Today you cross the unspoilt valley from Diez to Balduinstein, one of the most scenic parts of the tour. Two climbs can be avoided by using the train (11 km). Have a break at monastery Arnstein, at fortress Nassau or in historic Inn on Lahn before you reach Bad Ems.

After 12 km Rhine-valley opens up before your eyes. Here you crown your tour by an excursion (+31 km) via Boppard and St. Goar to Loreley. Return by boat to wine-growing town Braubach.

Tour character

Easy to medium, easy cycling, some short distances to push the bike.
 

Prices and events

All data for 2019 at a glance
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Season 1
Apr 19, 2019 - Sep 30, 2019
Arrival daily
Lahn-Cycle Path, 7 days, Cat. A, DE-LARMB-07A
Base price
Surcharge single room
Lahn-Cycle Path, 7 days, Cat. B, DE-LARMB-07B
Base price
Surcharge single room
555.00
170.00
499.00
108.00

Category A: Comfortable middle-class hotels
Category B: Good inns and hotels

Season 1
Apr 19, 2019 - Sep 30, 2019
Marburg A comfort
Extra night p.p. dbl/bb
Extra night sgl/bb
Braubach A comfort
Extra night p.P. double, BB
Extra night sgl/bb
Marburg B Standard
Extra night p.p. dbl/bb
Extra night sgl/bb
Braubach B Standard
Extra night p.P. double, BB
Extra night sgl/bb
57.00
80.00
50.00
67.00
48.00
69.00
45.00
56.00
Price
27-gear unisex
27-gear gents
7-gear unisex
7-gear gents
Electric bike
70,00
70,00
70,00
70,00
180,00

Services and infos

Included:

  • Accommodation in your selected category
  • Breakfast buffet
  • Luggage transfer between the hotels
  • Detailed travel documents 1x per room (German, English with route maps, route description, local attractions, important telephone numbers)
  • Boat trip at Rhine from St. Goar to Braubach
  • Service hotline

Optional extras:

  • Return transfer by minibus daily to Marburg, costs € 50 per person incl. your bike, reservation is necessary

Arrival / parking / departure:

  • Marburg train station
  • Category A: Public multi storey car park close to the hotel, price upon request, to be paid for at the time, no reservation possible/necessary
    Category B: Car park close to the hotel cost € 3 per day, to be paid for at the time, no reservation possible/necessary
  • Good train connections from Braubach to Marburg

Things to note:

  • Tourist tax, if due, is not included in the price!
  • Further important information according to the package travel law can be found here!
Semiramis Feitler
"I will help you with the planning of your holidays with advice and action"
Semiramis Feitler, Customer Service

Ratings

4.4 of 5 Stars (9 Ratings)
5 stars
Hildegard Altefrohne DE | 18.08.2019
Reise T20508
Tour war sehr gut Landschaftlich super viel direkt an der Lahn zu fahren Gepäcktransport hat gut geklappt, ebenso der Rücktransport
5 stars
Viktor B. AT | 05.06.2019
Schöne Reise
Ausgezeichneter Veranstalter, exzellente Betreuung. Hotels 1 und 2 sogar mit Suite (wir hatten die "Charme" Variante gebucht).
5 stars
Erich Leuenberger CH | 02.10.2018
Sehr schöne und gut
Das ganze Lahntal war fuer das Radfahren sehr abwechslungsreich. Dazu hat auch das schoene Wetter beigetragen.
3 stars
Gerhard Salo DE | 23.09.2018
Lahn-Radweg
4 stars
Eberhard D. DE | 18.09.2018
Lahn-Radweg
4 stars
Zoss Brigitte CH | 05.09.2018
Wir fahren lieber mit Eurobike als mit Velociped
Die Strecke Wetzlar-Weilburg war für uns die "am wenigsten attraktive" Strecke (zum Glück nur 35km!) eher langweilig. Ansonsten schöne Tour, viele schöne Dörfer und Städtchen, sehr schöne Fachwerkhäuser.
5 stars
Brigitte W. DE | 26.07.2018
Die Reise war rundum zufriedenstellend
4 stars
Horst Schnitzer DE | 25.07.2018
Sehr schöner Radweg.
5 stars
Annette Remiorz DE | 19.06.2017
Genial
Für mich war es das erste Mal mit dem E-Bike zu radeln und es war fantastisch: Die Orga. war super, die Strecke, das Rad, die Hotels und das Wetter waren super! ;-)

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