Market place with church in Glückstadt on the Elbe © Photo: Oliver Kratz, GDM
The map gives bike travelers a good overview of the route and the highlights to pass. In addition, the flyer offers numerous experience tips and important service information.
In addition to comprehensive information, directories of bicycle-friendly accommodation and catering establishments as well as tourist information along the way are available for download at www.moenchsweg.de. Individual advice for trip planning and the Mönchsweg app for Schleswig-Holstein round off the free service: Tel. 0431-128 508 73, email@example.com. The Mönchsweg cycling tour book with route description and numerous detailed maps at a scale of 1:50,000 is available at the office or in bookstores (Verlag Esterbauer, €14.90).
The Mönchsweg route runs from Bremen to Fehmarn across northern Germany, from the Weser to the Elbe to the Baltic Sea. The trail, which is signposted throughout, follows the traces of Christianization. In addition to centuries-old churches, impressive landscapes and many small, cozy places invite you to rest and slow down.
Mönchsweg office, Dagmar Ott: Tel. 0431-128 508 73, firstname.lastname@example.org