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Best trails in Bremen

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Looking for a great trail near Bremen, Lower Saxony? AllTrails has 8 great views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Nationalpark Niedersächsisches Wattenmeer, we've got you covered. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 5 easy trails in Bremen ranging from 1.6 to 162.1 miles and from 13 to 505 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Top trails (8)
#1 - Bürgerpark Bremen
Bremen, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 3.4 mi • Est. 1 h 31 m
Unique, friendly and open to everyone. This is the Bürgerpark in Bremen. And this is exactly how he welcomes everyone who wants to find rest and relaxation or relaxation through activities in nature in the middle of the big city. As one of the few almost completely preserved garden art creations of the 19th century, the Bürgerpark is one of the most important landscape parks in Germany.Show more
#2 - Weser Cycle Path Stage 7: Bremen to Nordenham
Bremen, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 47.6 mi
#3 - Lilienthaler Radrundweg Nr. 2 "Lilienthal-Rundfahrt“
Bremen, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 13.9 mi
The Lilienthaler Radlundweg Li2 leads you through the old center of Lilienthal, along the monastery church, the small train station "Jan Reiners" to the district Trupermoor. The former Lilienthaler small station was from 1900 to 1954 a central stop for the railway line Bremen - Tarmstedt. In 1992, the station was extensively renovated and restored to its original state. The next leg of the route leads via Worphausen to Lüninghausen and Frankenburg, which got its name from the nearby Höge. Originally the Höge was a ringwall castle, built by Emperor Charlemagne in 810.Show more
#4 - Wümme-Radweg
Bremen, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 162.1 mi
The approximately 250-kilometer circuit of the Wümme Cycle Route connects the Lüneburg Heath with the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen and consists of a north and south route. Optionally, you have the option to drive the entire bike path, the north route, the south route or only sections. Along the route you will get many impressions of the beautiful nature and settlement areas of the North German Plain. Shires, bogs and forests as well as the dike foreland characterize the landscape on this tour along the Wümme.Show more
#5 - Rund um den Unisee (Stadtwaldsee) in Bremen
Bremen, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 1.6 mi • Est. 40 m
#6 - Megamarsch Bremen 2020
Bremen, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 31.6 mi • Est. Multi-day
#7 - Lilienthaler Radrundweg Nr. 3 "Wörpe-Tour"
Bremen, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 11.7 mi
The Lilienthaler Radrundweg Li3 starts at the Wörpe in the amount of the Borgfelder country house. Past the Murkenshof you cycle on the mill dike towards Grasberg. Here you can experience an unforgettable nature experience: the recovery of flood plains. In Grasberg on the grounds of Findorffhof are old half-timbered buildings such as the farmhouse, the back barn and the spray house. On the neighboring cemetery is the church, which was built according to plans by Jürgen Christian Findorff. The pride of this church is the Arp Schnitger organ. After a loop, the route runs along the Wörpe back to LilienthalShow more
#8 - Megamarsch Bremen 2019
Bremen, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Length: 31 mi • Est. Multi-day