Italy

 
Munich Lake Garda Map

The cycle track „München-Venezia“ joins pure leisure cycling with the adventure of traversing the Alps from Germany over Austria to Italy. From Bressanone you cycle on the Eisacktal cycle path and then along the river Etsch to the biggest lake of Italy, Lake Garda.

Duration: 8 Days | Difficulty:  
Length: ca. 370-380 km

from 950.- €

 
Lake Garda Bicycle

Passing the Pustertal Valley you get to the capital of South Tyrol, Bolzano. Here the oldest Tyrolean, the Ice Man can be visited. Then you cycle along the River Etsch to Lake Garda, the most popular lake in Italy.

Duration: 8 Days | Difficulty:  
Length: approx. 260-270 km

from 579.- €

 

The first part of the tour follows the River Drau through the same named valley and then on through the Gail Valley in Austria. The final stage of the tour takes you through spectacular countryside to the Adria coast. Option with 2 nights in Bled instead of one night in Cividale del Friuli!

Duration: 8 Days | Difficulty:  
Length: approx. 315-360 km

from 619.- €

 
Alpe Adria Villach Grado Bicycle

Starting point of this bicycle holiday is Villach, located on the border of the Klagenfurt-basin, where the rivers “Drau” and “Gail” flow together. Real soon you have to say goodbye to Austria, before the bicycle tour continues in Italy.

Duration: 6 days | Difficulty:  
Lenght: approx. 210 km

from 498.- €

 
Dolomites Niederdorf

Cycling at the foot of the Dolomites without meeting steep inclines, along new valley cycle paths, among which are also the classic “Toblach/Dobbiaco – Lienz” and the “Drava/Drau bicycle path”.

Duration: 7 Days | Difficulty:  
Length: approx. 160-200 km

from 699.- €

 

The cycle track "München-Venezia" starts in the capital of Bavaria – Munich – and leads along the Bavarian lakes and Tyrolean rivers through the UNESCO world natural heritage – the Dolomites – to Treviso and finally to the gates of the Serenissima – Venice – with its doges’ palaces and famous canals.

Duration: 9 or 12 Days | Difficulty:  
Length: approx. 510 km

from 949,- €

Map München-Venedig
 
Drau Alpe Adria Tour

Undoubtedly, the „Drau Bicycle Path“ is one of the most spectacular bicycle routes in Europe. The cycle path starts at the source of the Drava River in Toblach, which accompanies you through Spittal a.d. Drau to Villach.
Real soon you have to say goodbye to Austria, before the bicycle tour continues in Italy.

Duration: 8 Days | Difficulty:  
Length: approx. 320-385 km

from 589.- €

 

Across the Alps to the Adriatic Sea - that sounds like hard work! It is not quite as exhausting, if you choose the Alpe Adria cycle route. On the well marked paths the crossing of the Alps is also feasible for pleasure cyclists. Cycling on the Via Julia Augusta you pass Palmanova and Aquileia and get to the fishing village of Grado.

Duration: 10 Days | Difficulty:  
Length: approx. 355-405 km

from 979,- €

Map München-Venedig
 
Bressanone

This tour takes you from South Tyrol, the meeting point of two cultures, along the two rivers Rienz and Drau, to the town of Villach in Austria. The starting point is the diocese town of Bressanone, embedded in hills and vineyards of the famous Sylvaner wine.

Duration: 8 Days | Difficulty: 
Length: approx. 230-245 km

from 589.- €

 
EBike

From Hochpustertal you continue along the Eisack- and Etsch Valleys passing South Tyrol’s capital Bolzano and reaching Trento. Passing Feltre you will reach the former Dolomites railway track which will lead you over Cortina d’Ampezzo back to the Hochpustertal.

Duration: 8 Days | Difficulty:  
Lenght: approx. 385-415 km

from 599.- €

 

Undoubtedly, the „Drau Bicycle Path“ counts as one of the most spectacular routes in Europe and has been classified in 2016 from ADFC as 5-star-qualityroute. The tour is suitable for families and novice cyclists.  
The tour starts at the source of the Drava River in the vicinity of Toblach.

Duration: 8 Days | Difficulty:  
Length: approx. 260-265 km

from 569.- €

 

Start of this bicycle tour is Trieste, the former Habsburg seaport seated at the foothills of the karst. During the Roman Empire Trieste became a busy and rich port. After a few kilometres you leave Italy and cycle to Slovenia and Croatia. Let yourself be surprised by the charms of a landscape rich in contrasts and the various colours of Istria.

Duration: 5 Days | Difficulty:  
Length: approx. 110-140 km

from 389.- €