Directly behind the southwestern city limits of Berlin, wide landscapes, dreamlike sunsets and varied nature make it child's play to switch off.
The Berlin-Leipzig bike path officially begins with its signposting in Lichtenrade on the state border with Brandeburg. Those who have made it through the hustle and bustle of the capital can immediately plan a breather in Blankenfelde-Mahlow. With its many small lakes, the children's climbing forest or the estate park in the Dahlewitz district, the community offers a colorful leisure program for the whole family.
In about half an hour you cycle from Blankenfelde on to Rangsdorf. The lake of the same name is a popular destination for Berliners in the summer. The lido there offers opportunities for swimming, fishing, pedal boating and, of course, relaxing. Along the cycle path, one already encounters many of the fieldstone churches typical of the Fläming, whose origins date back to the Middle Ages.
From the Rangsdorfer lake it goes over Groß Machnow to Zossen, the stage goal. Who has now still puff, can explore the area with the bicycle trolley. For those interested in culture, a detour to Wünsdorf to the Garrison Museum and Museum "Red Star" is worthwhile.
Signage bike path Berlin-Leipzig
Daten & Fakten
Lichtenrade on the Berlin-Brandenburg state border
- Berlin Wall Trail
- Europaradweg R1
- Dahme Cycle Path
- via the A2, A9, A11, A12, A13 as well as A24 to Berlin
- via the B146 to Zossen
- Berlin (connection regional and long-distance transport and the network of the BVG)
- S-Bahn Lichtenrade, Mahlow, Blankenfelde
- Wünsdorf Waldstadt
From the Brandenburg Gate, it is best to cycle along the Berlin Wall Trail in a southeasterly direction to the state border with Brandenburg.