The route along the eastern border of Germany is full of history.
Cultural island for children ... cultural towns for adults
The route along the Oder-Neiße embankment features not only the green meadows of the Neiße, peaceful pine forests and huge yellow fields of rapeseed but is also an introduction to a significant part of eastern Germany’s history. This starts in Zittau with its baroque houses and continues in Görlitz, which got rich as a trade hub along the Via Regia and now features an amazingly restored old town. Then there’s Bad Muskau, the last Saxon town on the route which features a famous UNESCO listed park that was designed by Count Pückler. If you’re cycling with children, don’t miss the leisure park of the cultural island “Kulturinsel Einsiedel“!