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Lübecker Bucht - Wismar cycle map Bikeline MV01 Bikeline | 9783850008877

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Bad Doberan – Grevesmühlen – Insel Poel – Lübeck – Schweriner See – Sternberg This cycling map is named after the Bay of Lübeck, which as part of the Bay of Mecklenburg forms the south-western "corner" of the Baltic Sea. The Trave flows into Lübeck-Travemünde at the southwestern tip of the Bay of Lübeck. The bay is bordered to the east by the Klützer Winkel, the island of Poel and roughly the Bastorf lighthouse near Kuehlungsborn. The coastal landscape of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is very varied - the hinterland impresses with tranquil and gently rolling farmland. In the southern part of the map you cycle through the unspoilt, hilly landscape of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, which is rich in water. Here you will find a large number of really large lakes (such as Lake Schwerin) as well as the natural valleys of such small rivers as the Warnow and their water landscapes. The extensive, wavy Mecklenburg interior is not only rich in large lakes, but also offers wide views. The Hanseatic city of Lübeck with its district of Travemünde on the bay and the spa town of Bad Schwartau are shown on a slide-in card. The streets of the historic Hanseatic city of Lübeck are characterized by the beautiful old town houses with the characteristic stepped gables and the large brick churches. A city history museum is housed in the famous Holsten Gate. Cycle along the miles of sandy beaches, the impressive cliffs and beautiful little bays that invite you to swim, discover traditional Baltic Sea resorts. The highlights here are the tourist sights of the once rich Hanseatic city of Wismar. The city has retained its medieval character to this day and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Baltic Sea resort of Kühlungsborn, also known as the Green City by the Sea because of its large city forest, has been accessible by the narrow-gauge railway "Molli" since 1910. Away from the coast, too, you come across charming little towns with remarkable regularity and encounter brick buildings typical of the region from several eras, including numerous impressive monasteries. In the Middle Ages there was an old Slavic castle near the town of Sternberg. Impressive old towns like Schwerin are always worth a visit. You cycle along unspoilt natural beaches and imposing cliffs on the Baltic Coast Cycle Path through Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, past Hanseatic cities steeped in history and traditional seaside resorts. The Baltic Coast Cycle Route also takes a tour of the island of Poel, which can be reached via a causeway. The Hamburg-Rügen cycle path takes you from beautiful Schwerin around the huge Lake Schwerin, then on through the outer Mecklenburg Lake District and towards Mecklenburg Switzerland. On 380 kilometers you can get to know the diversity of the region with the western brick circular route and the Lübeck Bay, Wismar cycle map. Cycle paths and routes with information about surface and traffic density. Selected street names. Precise gradient and distance information. Selection of the most important tourist information. Waterproof and tear-resistant paper. Thoroughly researched and permanently updated. With the cartographic route information you can start your trip confidently, because all the necessary information is already compiled for you: road surface (paved or unpaved), traffic density, hill slopes, distance information tourist infrastructure such as inns and lodging establishments, as well as the cultural and scenic attractions of the region.


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