The arrival to the “Mecklenburger Seen Runde” is totally unproblematic and is possible with the car as well as with the train.
With the car
Neubrandenburg is located directly at the Baltic Sea motorway (autobahn) and several highways.
From the north:
A20: exit-31 Neubrandenburg-Nord (north)
B104: comes from the A19, exit-13 Güstrow, leads over Teterow and Malchin to Neubrandenburg
B197: comes from Anklam (crossover to Usedom) and leads to Neubrandenburg
From the east:
B104: comes from Stettin, leads over Pasewalk and Woldegk to Neubrandenburg
From the south:
A20: exit-32 Neubrandenburg-Ost (East)
B96: comes directly from Berlin and leads to Neubrandenburg
From the west:
B192: comes from the A19, exit-18 Röbel/Müritz, leads over Waren to Neubrandenburg
With the train
You just take a train to the train station Neubrandenburg. The trains from Hamburg and Berlin arrive hourly. You can´t take your bike with you in the ICE. Otherwise a day ticket costs 6 euros. Partially there is a limited amount of bicycle stands, so in some trains you have to make a reservation for your bike. We advise you to inform yourself about the circumstances before your departure and if necessary ask the Deutsche Bahn for detailed information.
Public parking options
The following parking areas are available in Neubrandenburg near the start-finish area:
car park “Stargarder Tor” as main parking area (550 parking lots)
car park “Weidenweg” (70 parking lots)
car park of the German army at the location “Fünfeichen”, approaching from the “Neustrelitzer Straße (B96), turn into the “Bergstraße” at the Rewe-supermarket – after approximately 1.5 kilometers you get to the car park on the right hand side – approximately 600 parking lots
car park “Brodaer Straße – Binsenwerder” (180 parking lots)
car park “Wielandstraße” (85 parking lots)
car park “St. Georg – Brodaer Straße“ (250 parking lots)
car park “Zentrum – Tiefgarage Markt”
car park “Pferdemarkt“ (310 parking lots)
car park “Poststraße” (53 parking lots)
car park “Stadtringtreff” (170 parking lots)
parking area “Phönix” (150 parking lots)
parking area “Krauthöfer” (95 parking lots)
parking area “Tilly-Schanzen-Str.” (120 parking lots)
In 2019 we inspired more than 4000 cyclists!
Read what cycling enthusiasts say about the Mecklenburger Seen Runde.
An adventure within Germany beyond comparison along a challenging and marvellous route. I’ve never had more fun and more comfort on the route in terms of services of the organiser. I’m super fascinated.
MSR you cast a spell over me, see you 2018...Ride on!
Race and course director
For me, Mecklenburger Seen Runde is a wonderful event to invite our guests to discover our gorgeous home Mecklenburg Lake District and the hospitality of our people.
I’m purely enthusiastic to support MECKLENBURGER SEEN RUNDE in the areas of organisation, marketing, and PR, because all people involved strive to make the project better year after year. I’m personally spurred, because I truly believe that many happy participants and an outstanding team are the best multiplicator of MSR.
What mostly commoves me about being engaged in MSR?
It’s simply the terrific synergy of so many people excited to make one thing happen every year: a bicycle festival of its very own kind -
MECKLENBURGER SEEN RUNDE, which brings together thousands of people, including the orga-team, and enchantingly connects them to one another.