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Starting in the dynamic and culturally rich city of Basel in Switzerland, this section of EuroVelo 6 follows the Rhine until lake Konstanz. Just before the impressive Rhine Falls of Schaffhausen you will pass by picturesque vineyards and sunflower fields. EuroVelo 6 meets the Danube, the longest river in Europe, 30 kilometers further East in Tüttlingen, in the Black Forest. During the first part of the stage, cyclists ride through the Upper Danube Nature Reserve and reach Sigmaringen. Then, EuroVelo 6 follows the Danube till Ulm,, birthplace of Albert Einstein and home to world's highest church steeple.


Public Transport

Ulm Bus Station

Address: ZOB Ost, 89073 Ulm, Germany

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Donaueschingen Mobility Information Centre

Address: Bahnhofstraße 5, 78048 Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany

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