three-day cross-border cycling tour
The Niers Cycle Route takes you along the banks of the river Niers through the Lower Rhine region to Gennep in the Netherlands, where the Niers flows into the Maas. Enjoy the Lower Rhine landscape on the approximately one hundred kilometre long cycle path. The starting point of your cycle tour is the beautiful flower town of Straelen.
On the way, make a detour to the pilgrimage town of Kevelaer. With its magnificent St. Mary’s Basilica and the famous Chapel of Grace, Kevelaer is one of the most important Marian pilgrimage sites in Germany. The new St. Jakob saltwater garden with its graduation house offers the perfect environment to unwind and leave everyday life behind for a while.
In Goch, the birthplace of the Steyl missionary Arnold Janssen awaits you. The signposted city walk takes you through the centre of Goch in the footsteps of St. Arnold Janssen.
From Goch in the direction of Arcen, you cycle along the Meuse and through De Maasduinen National Park with its extensive moorland and heathland.
A visit to the castle gardens in Arcen is worthwhile.
– 2 x overnight stay incl. breakfast
– 1 x 3-course menu in Straelen
– Surprise menu in Kevelaer
– Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel
– Map material and tour description
approx. 100 km
Day 1 | Arrival Straelen
Day 2 | Straelen – Kevelaer – Goch (approx. 50 km)
Day 3 | Goch – Arcen (NL) – Straelen and departure (approx. 49 km)
3* and 4* hotels
Travel dates 2023
daily, except sundays and mondays
Double room per person from € 309,00
Single room per person from € 389,00
Optionally bookable: Admission to the Arcen Castle Gardens
Any applicable visitor’s tax, bed tax and parking fees are not included in the price and must be paid on site. All prices are subject to availability at the time of booking and in compliance with the Corona Protection Ordinance. Additional overnight stay possible on request.
02162 / 8179-333
An offer from 2-LAND Reisen, the tour operator of Niederrhein Tourismus. The booking process is handled by 2-LAND Reisen.