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Bike trip along the Neckar to Marbach

Hi guys! I sometimes forget hat Stuttgart is a city with a river. As the Neckar does not run through the center, it was out of my view most of the time. As Moritz and I have moved from the south of Stuttgart to the north lately, that has changed. During the last few weeks, I have discovered a whole new face of Stuttgart. Today, we seized the day and the perfect weather for a bike trip along the Neckar to Marbach.

A bike trip along the Neckar to Marbach

We started our Bike trip along the Neckar to Marbach at Max-Eyth-See.

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There is a bike path next to the Neckar which we followed all the time. It is very well maintained, flat and thus easy to drive on. After 12 km we stopped at Zugwiesen, close to Ludwigsburg. This is a renaturation project next to the Neckar and a lovely place for a break or picnic.

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They have a tower from where you have a lovely view.

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Plus, you can observe animals…

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We rode on, had a little race duel with a freighter…

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… and won Smiley, came into a traffic jam…

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…and had to wait till the whole duck family had made it to the other side… and passed some lovely vineyards:

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After around 1.5 hours our bike trip along the Neckar brought us to Marbach

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Right next to the bridge is a lovely beer garden, the Bootshaus Marbach. That’s where we had lunch Smiley

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We turned around and cycled back to Max-Eyth-See.

What a lovely tour! Easy, with beautiful scenery and along a river. One of my new favorite weekend trips.

Mellivinginstuttgart

Hello and welcome to "living in Stuttgart". I am Mel and I love this beautiful city. There are so many things to explore, I can't wait sharing them with you. So come along and let me show you Stuttgart the way I see it.

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