1. Alpe-Adria Cycle Path
One Salzburg – Grado to go please! The Alpe-Adria Cycle Path was a clear favourite this year. No wonder, because there are five different versions. If the whole route is a bit too long for you, you can cycle from Villach to Grado, From Salzburg to Villach or from Villach to Trieste. Always heading towards the Italian Sun!
- More about the tour from Salzburg to the Adriatic!
2. Munich Lakes Tour
Lush green alpine meadows, picturesque nature reserves and cultural highlights: who can resist that! The tour through beautiful Bavaria is made for leisure cyclists. The lake tour starts in the state capital of Munich. Tip: take a detour to Hofbräuhaus – for a beer and a hearty white sausage. Eurobike wishes you: ‘An Guadn!’
- All details about the Munich Lakes Tour can be found here!
3. Ten Lakes Tour
Who wants to see ten lakes? This is easy to do in the Salzkammergut. There you can cycle along enchanting riverside landscapes over slightly hilly terrain and discover the regions cultural treasures. From the Kaiservilla in Bad Ischl to the Silent Night town of Oberndorf: the Ten Lakes Tour with its many advantages casts its spell over visitors in no time. Tip: The tour is also offered in a variant especially for families.
- Off to the Ten Lakes Cycle Tour!
4. Speyer – Heidelberg – Worms
From the Cathedral city of Speyer to Germany’s oldest university city of Heidelberg to the Nibelung and Luther city of Worms: The Rhine-Neckar region is definitely not lacking in cultural attractions! When exploring the region, you will quickly find out for yourself that natural beauty is not neglected…
- More about the impressive Speyer – Heidelberg – Worms cycle tour here.
5. Chiemsee Based in One Hotel
Anyone who has ever taken a holiday on the ‘Bavarian Sea’ knows why the Bavarian flag is white and blue. A deep blue lake, a bright blue sky, a few white clouds and snow-capped mountain peaks…this is what cyclists can expect around the Chiemsee. The region impresses culture lovers with beautiful castles and monasteries.
- Find all information about the Chiemsee tour here!
6. Sternberger See Based in One Hotel
The tour through the southern German lake district takes cycling enthusiasts from Bernried through the Pfaffenwinkel to Munich, on to the Ammersee – and then once around Lake Starnberg. In addition to the majestic backdrop of the Bavarian Alps, the wonderful accommodation inspires. Thanks to the hotel with its own indoor pool and sauna area, pure relaxation is also on the holiday programme in addition to pedalling.
- Head south with the Lake Starnberg tour!
7. Danube Cycle Path
It is particularly enjoyable to cycle along the beautiful blue Danube. That is why there is no less than seven different tour variants of the Danube Cycle Path. From the leisurely route to cycle tours especially for families and the classic route from Passau to Vienna, everything is included. Do the same as the Romans, Nibelungen emperors and kings and set off along the course of the river.
- All details about the cycle tour on the Danube Cycle Path can be found here!
8. Romantic Road and Bavarian Lakes
A route that is sprinkled with cultural highlights awaits cyclists along the Romantic Road. From Neuschwanstein Castle over the Via Claudia Augusta, the Schwangau attracts with a multitude of impressive sights – an all that in the middle of a wonderful landscape. Tip: don’t forget your camera! You don’t always get that many unique sights in front of your lens…
- Pure enjoyment on the Romantic Road and Bavarian Lakes tour.
9. Bolzano – Venice
Bolzano, Lake Garda, Verona, Venice: these four places make the hearts of Italy fans beat faster. No wonder, because in the sunny south on highlight follows the last – culinary, cultural and of course scenic. If the Italian flair and ‘la dolce vita’ are not charming enough, choose the option with charm.
- More about the Bolzano – Venice cycle tour here.