Cycling in Switzerland includes Cooling Down in the Lakes
The lakes route definitely has the right to its name because altogether there are 16 lakes on route between Vevey on Lake Geneva and Lake Constance. You will get many splashes of colour along the hilly Mittelland route through Switzerland from Lake Geneva to Lake Constance. Highlights include lakes, rivers, vast plains, quiet valleys, towns and villages, industry, agriculture, nature, technology, Lake Biel, the Grand Marais, the Swiss camargue and the granary Waadtland. Amongst that all you get to cycle through both the French and the German speaking part of Switzerland.
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The Rhone Route, which stretches from Aigle to Genf, unites three very different types of scenery. At first there is alpine scenery, then the vast Rhone valley in Wallis and then lastly the wide very light Lake Geneva where there are vineyards on one side and your route on the other.
The North-South-Route (the north-south-route) runs from Airolo in Ticino. It is a historical alpine crossing that goes over the Gotthardpass with impressive views over Switzerland’s varied and picturesque landscape - the Jura, the hilly Mittelland region, the fantastic Lake Lucerne, the Schöllenenschlucht (a gorge), the pass crossing and then the downhill ride towards the south into the milder climate in Tessin.
What is the best way to plan my bike tour in Switzerland?
Plan your self-guided, organised bike tour in Switzerland with Eurobike! You choose how long you want to cycle for, where you start and finish the tour and what quality accommodation you want. We provide you with luggage transfers between your hotels, detailed travel documents and a service hotline number – that is to say, you can cycle in the cycling country of Switzerland “a la Carte” with us.
Pick Eurobike and enjoy a perfectly organized bike tour in Switzerland. We look forward to seeing you.