Between Emmerich am Rhein in the north and Übach-Palenberg in the south, cyclists can travel along over a stretch of more than 2,000 kilometres along Germany’s longest cycle path network. And all without too much effort, since the country is flat here, the routes are well signposted, and the paths are nearly always tarmacked. The Lower Rhine Route, (“NiederRheinroute”) passes along fields and forests, and over dykes and dams along the Rhine, taking you through beautiful and above all varying landscapes. The route along the main cycle path is easy to identify by the blue strip that symbolises the Rhine, as well as the red tip. The subsidiary routes are marked by a blue strip with a green tip.
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