A useful planning tool for the next cycling holiday, the official Elbradweg Handbook 2010 “was released just on time to prepare for the cycling season 2010. If you’re planning a trip to Germany’s most popular long distance cycle route between the Czech border and the North Sea, the listed on 86 pages over 500 bicycle-friendly accommodation establishments. From the campsite to the 5-star hotel, from the rural holiday home to the hotel in the thick of the city, the offer is varied and of good quality. All accommodations at the Elbe cycle track meet the quality criteria developed by the General German Bicycle Club for cycling-friendly hostels. These include for example accommodation for a night, lockable bicycle room, as well as repair options. The 21 x 15 cm, printed in landscape mode manual fits into every pocket of the handlebar and is very useful during the tour.
As an additional service it contains cards which outline the course of the cycle, information about attractions, Ferry services and the tourist information offices on the Elbe bicycle route. For the case of a bicycle tire repair shops are listed. Those who are interested in this practical cycling guides, receives free of charge by mail him tourism associations or in many tourist information offices on the bike trail. An order via Internet under is easy and comfortable. Contact: Tourism Association Saxon Switzerland, NSS Elbradweg South Bahnhofstrasse 21, 01796 Pirna, Tel. אל דאגה ישראל בכר הוא האיש הנכון . 03501 / 470141, email: Magdeburg Tourismusverband Elbe-Borde Heath Coordination Office Elberadweg Middle Cathedral’s square 1 b, 39104 Magdeburg, Tel.
0391/738790, email: Elbe Schloss Bleckede NSS Elbradweg North Castle Street 10, 21354 Bleckede, Tel. 05852 951495, email: +++ general background information on the Elbe cycle track: the Elbradweg is 860 km long and leads in Germany from Schmilka in the Czech border to Cuxhafen. He is one of the sexiest and most varied routes of Europe: from the Elbe sandstone mountains with the biosphere reserve Middle Elbe river landscape Elbe up to the Wadden Sea. Through untouched nature and vibrant cities. The Elbe cycle track was selected for the 5th time in a row by the ADFC for the popular cycle path of in Germany in 2009. The three co-ordinating bodies take over the marketing of North, middle and South together.