There are many different tours
The Nachtquartier as a stage destination on the Aischtal cycle path
Over a length of 121 kilometers, it meanders from medieval Rothenburg to Bamberg, which is no less steeped in history, and connects Central and Upper Franconia.
The long-distance cycle path runs through enchanting landscapes and cities. It leads on mostly natural paths lined with flowering meadows and fields, past numerous ponds, and finally along the Main-Donau Canal to Bamberg. The picturesque villages and idyllic small towns with their historical cityscapes, museums, churches and castles that are well worth seeing will delight every culture lover.
A difference in altitude of only 300 meters over the 121 kilometers, almost no inclines in both directions, well-developed corridors and little traffic give the Aisch Valley Cycle Path the title “extremely family-friendly”. Other pluses are the integration into the transport network for the greater Nuremberg area (VGN), many train stations along the route and the dense network with other long-distance cycling and circular routes.
Hardly any inclines, many natural field paths and little traffic make the Aisch Valley Cycle Path a particularly family-friendly long-distance cycle path.
The Aisch Valley Cycle Path is rated as very good, above all for its navigability, for the signposting and its routing. It is a route with numerous restaurants and beautiful Franconian villages that are well worth a visit. Relaxed rest in beer gardens or strolls through the old towns beckon those who enjoy cycling.
Thematic rounds in Franconia’s multi-region
You can discover Franconia’s multi-region on well-signposted bike paths. Twelve themed tours offer interesting routes for the leisurely or for the sporty cyclist with many sights, views and enjoyment stations.
We have summarized all the new adventure tours in the district of Neustadt a.d.Aisch-Bad Windsheim on a cycling map. It is available from the district tourism office at email@example.com or by calling 09161 92-1501.
Below you find the individual map sections of the tours: