Individual Cycle Tour

Cyclists splashing around at Lake Hallstatt

Individual Tour with luggage transfer


Free and easy – this is the way for everybody who would prefer to go on their own and whilst benefitting from the know-how and the services of a professional tour operator. You decide when you wish to start your day and where and when you plan sightseeing or a rest.

With our meticulous maps and route descriptions there is no need to be a boy-scout to find the way. We provide a lot of information about tourist attractions, restaurants, inns, recreational facilities and service points, which act as valuable assistance to you each day. While you cycle along, free as you go, we transport your luggage to the next hotel.

Eurobike's "Individual" cycling tours include:

  • Welcome and tour information for all EUROBIKE original tours and many partner tours
  • Handing over and fitting of rental bicycles
  • Accommodation in hotels/inns/guest houses of the selected category (if no choice is given, standard middle class)
  • Breakfast, either buffet or extensive
  • Half board: at least 3 course dinner
  • Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel
  • Carefully planned and researched route
  • detailed tour documentation: maps of the tour, route description, points of interest, important telephone numbers
  • signs (for Original tours)
  • 7-Day-Service-Hotline

Individual Cycle Tours

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Tour character
Challenging
Austria

Ten Lakes & Sound of Music

8 Days | Self-guided tour
Mondsee, Attersee, Traunsee, Wolfgangsee, Wallersee, Trumer Lakes and many more! The well-known lakes in the Salzkammergut are particularly popular because of their natural and cultural diversity. Every lake tells its own story: from Empress Sisi to the Trapp family, you will learn some anecdotes about famous Austrian people. What’s special about the Ten Lakes Tour? You’ll find crystal-clear water as far as the eye can see and dreamlike shorelines for cooling off. All this awaits you on your cycle tour through Salzburg and Upper Austria. The enjoyment you’ll find makes the Ten Lakes Tour a unique and unforgettable cycling trip. Promise! Details about the cycle tour "Ten Lakes & Sound of Music" The tour starts and finishes in beautiful Salzburg. Via Gmunden, Hallstatt and Bad Ischl you cycle to the ten lakes. The rolling hills allow you to rest during the downhill before the next slight incline is due. Do you love to combine experience and relaxation? Jackpot! Then the Ten Lakes Tour is perfect for your next bike adventure - because with each pedal you get closer to the enchanting lake scenery. Highlights of the cycle tour through the Salzkammergut ‘Silent Night’ village of Oberndorf: If you cycle along the Salzach, you reach the village of Oberndorf. It’s the birthplace of the Christmas carol Silent Night. If you feel like more culture and history, you’ll be happy. If you cycle a few kilometres to Arnsdorf, you’ll find the famous Silent Night Museum. Schafberg: Climb up the mountain on a rack railway train. The Schafberg is known as a fabulous lookout point and lies in the centre of the province of Salzburg. When you reach the top, you have a wonderful panoramic view of the surrounding lake district of the Salzkammergut! Imperial Villa, Bad Ischl: Bad Ischl is the gateway to the mountains and alpine lakes in the Salzkammergut. But that is far from everything! This place is also home to the ‘Imperial Villa’ the beloved Austrian Empress Sisi and Emperor Franz Joseph I enjoyed in the summer months. Tip: The famous tea house of Empress Sisi is definitely worth a visit. Useful information about the Ten Lakes Tour Do you love cycling and enjoy the challenge of rolling hills? Then the Ten Lakes Tour is perfect for you. While the routes on the lakeshores are mostly flat, athletic cyclists will be challenged on the hilly terrain. What are you waiting for? Get on the bike saddle, and the eight-day lake tour can begin. Get all information and many more tour tips for our cycle tours in the Salzkammergut.
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Tour character
Medium
Italy

Bolzano - Venice

8 Days | Self-guided tour
Charming valleys and enchanting towns, mountain landscapes and, of course, the Grand Canal. All this awaits you on your cycle tour across South Tyrol to the Adriatic Sea. The motto of this route is “experience and enjoy”. The path leads past dreamy vineyards and through picturesque cities. A glass of red wine, antipasti and the original Italian tiramisu provide the culinary enjoyment during well-deserved breaks. The details of Bolzano to Venice If you are a pleasure seeker and culture lover, you have reason to celebrate: on a cycling trip to the lagoon city, you will find everything your heart desires. The starting point of the tour is South Tyrol’s capital, Bolzano. From there you cycle over rolling hills, through culturally rick cities and pass impressive landscapes. Short detours and pauses are planned in Trento, Riva on Lake Garda, Verona, Vicenza and Abano. You always have the goal in mind! After seven days, you will reach the majestic lagoon city of Venice. And that’s not all: St Mark’s Square, a gondola ride on the Grand Canal and the cities unique charm make for a grand finale to the journey. Highlights of the cycle tour at a glance: Boat trip on Lake Garda: Enjoy the rolling waves and the pleasant sea breeze on board. From Riva you can kick pack and relax. You sail across Lake Garda to Desenzano or Sirmione, from where the next leg of the tour will take you to Verona. Casa di Giulietta: So much is clear: Romeo and Juliet are probably the best-known lovers in literature. In Verona you can experience the charming old town with its winding streets and be inspired by Shakespeare’s play directly at the ‘Casa di Giulietta’. Venice: If you had to describe the lagoon city in three words, they would be: beauty, charm, history. What awaits you in the floating city? St Mark’s Basilica, the Rialto Bridge, the Doge’s Palace and much more! Useful information about the Italian tour You are on the saddle for a total of eight days, heading towards Venice. The tour difficulty level is simple, and ideal for leisure cyclists. Between 45 and 70 kilometres are scheduled daily. The gentle hills and flat cycle paths mean you have time left to enjoy the dreamlike landscape. Get all information and many more tour tips for our cycle tours in South Tyrol and our cycle tours in Veneto.
Tour character
Medium
Spain

Majorca - Finca, based in two hotels

7 Days | Self-guided tour
Away from the hustle and bustle, we have found two special places for you to stay. It is particularly charming and traditional where you will be staying for the week on Majorca. The cycle paths are also selected so that they fit with where you are staying. You will be cycling across gentle hills through the agriculturally characterised back country. Everything gets grown here that tastes good… you will encounter olives, almonds, lemons and wine with every pedal. But of course the sea cannot be forgotten about in Majorca! Two wonderful bike stages take you along the coast in order to show you the crystal clear water surrounding Spain’s best known island. Spend your holiday with us on the Balearic island, which is especially stylish and close to nature! Get all information and many more tour tips for our cycle tours in Majorca.
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Tour character
Challenging
Italy

Piedmont Round Trip

8 Days | Self-guided tour
Piedmont really is a paradise for gourmets! Fantastic wines, first-class truffles, sweet chocolate and an artful kitchen attract gourmets from all over the world to visit this region. An awesome landscape assures variety for the cycle tours. The first capital of Italy – Turin – is also named “Little Paris”. You will feel the French flair! Stroll through the numerous medieval alleys in the small villages. You will get together with various treasuries of culinary, architectural or cultural nature! To discover Piedmont by bike really is an awesome experience! Get all information and many more tour tips for our cycle tours in the Piedmont.  
Robi on the bike
Bettina Fabi
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Bettina Fabi
Robi on the bike
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