Lena: Florence – Rome
Two imposing cities separated by a beautiful landscape and endless idyllic little towns are joined on an eventful journey. All this comes in the cycle tour from Florence to the eternal city of Rome, my birthplace. In the direction of Rome on the little-used dirt roads and side roads you get an insight into the most beautiful regions in Italy.
This tour is my number one, because it combines highlights of Italian culture with the subtleties of living the Dolce Vita. This is underpinned by the opportunity to get to know Italy away from the tourist hotspots. Good wine and the Mediterranean, outstanding cuisine rounds it off, making it a perfect tour for those interested in Italy.
- Here you can find all the information about cycling holidays in Italy.
Chrissi: Ten Lakes Tour
Austria’s mountain panorama in combination with the lakes of the Salzburger Land is why the ‘Ten Lakes Tour’ in the beautiful Salzkammergut is one of my favourite tours.
In addition to the well-known attractions of the city of Salzburg, other places such as Hallstatt also offer insights into Austria’s world heritage. The Salzburg lakes such as Mondsee, Wolfgangsee and many more are well suited to a little cooling off and a boat trip on the Attersee gives a little variation to longer stages.
Thus, the tour is a great way to get to know the different facets of Austria, and for me a great opportunity to explore my home on the bike.
- Find all the information about cycling tours in Austria here.
Angi: Mur Cycle Path
My absolute favourite trip is the beautiful Mur Cycle Path. I was able to get to know this trip last year and it is just as beautiful as I imagined it to be. It goes past so many nice, small villages and breathtaking landscapes.
A very varied tour, as it even takes in the city of Graz. Therefore, I would recommend this trip for groups, as there is definitely something for everyone. At the end of the trip I was spoiled in Mureck with the excellent Styrian specialities and wine tasting. I was definitely not short on culinary delights on this trip.
But take a look for yourself, you can also read more detailed information in my travel report from the Mur Cycle Tour!
Seli: Bolzano – Venice
Where do I most love to travel? Clearly in the direction of Bella Italia on our beautiful trip from Bolzano to Venice.
Who wouldn’t like to combine cycling with good Italian cuisine, impressive landscapes and sightseeing in the beautiful cities of Bolzano, Verona and Venice? Makes it much easier to cycle, right?
You could even combine the journey with an opera or concert in Verona’s impressive amphitheatre. There are so many possibilities on this tour. And if you want to relax your tired legs, Lake Garda is the perfect place to take a dip so you are fully ready for the Monti Berici on the stage to Vicenza. Who knows, maybe the trip will become your number 1 too – please let me know!
- Here you will find all the information about our cycle tours in South Tyrol.
Sarah: Turin – San Remo
Italy always fascinated me as a child: the maritime flair, the breathtaking landscapes, the glittering blue sea and not forgetting the incomparably good food in Bella Italia. Later, I discovered my love for a glass of fruity white wine. All that and much more is offered on my favourite tour – the cycle tour from Turin to San Remo, which was added to the programme last year.
The mixture of beautiful scenery and interesting villages such as the coastal town of Albenga (my favourite place in Piedmont by the way) has it all. The narrow streets in the centre, an endless view of the sea and not least the Osteria Punta Lena right on the Ligurian coast really captured my heart. But enough raving, it’s better that you see for yourself!