Where the Wall came down – The Platz des November 1989, where thousands of people breached the Berlin Wall 25 years ago, is among destinations on a cycle tour of the Cold War frontier in Berlin.
Death Strip – The bike tour of the Berlin Wall takes in several visible stretches of the original "Death Strip" where defectors were shot.
Tourism meets recreation – Michael Cramer, the politician and cycling enthusiast who conceived the Berlin Wall cycle trail, says it's a unique mix of tourist attraction and recreational zone.
Landmarks and landscape – About 25 miles of the Berlin Wall Trail runs through the city, taking in key tourism spots.
Easy riding – The Berlin Wall route is flat and paved, so doesn't require high fitness levels or expensive bikes to negotiate.
All along the watchtowers – Every section of the Berlin Wall Trail is accessible by the city's bike-friendly public transportation system.
Church of Our Savior – On the outskirts of Berlin, the bike route passes the Church of Our Savior, a building that once formed part of the Berlin Wall's fortifications.
Tributes to the fallen – The Berlin Wall cycle route is dotted with tributes to those who perished trying to cross the frontier.
Ida Siekmann memorial – Among the memorials along the route is a glass plaque honoring Ida Siekmann, the first person to die while trying to flee East Berlin over the Wall.