Austria Radreisen - Wednesday, 19. June 2019
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Cycle tours in Germany

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Around the Lake Constance 6 days option

Through 3 countries – around the „soul of Europe“…

Lake Bodensee, the major link between Germany, Austria and Switzerland, ties together peoples and cultures. Starting in Konstanz near the Swiss border, we cycle along Lake Unter- and Uberlinger See to Meersburg. The route takes us through ample vineyards and orchards into the zeppelin city of Friedrichshafen. Via the festival city of Bregenz and the Rhine delta, we cycle along the Swiss shore back to our point of departure - Konstanz.

Total length: approx. 210 bicycle kilometres



Around the Lake Constance, 7 days option

Through 3 countries – around the „soul of Europe“…

Lake Bodensee, the major link between Germany, Austria and Switzerland, ties together peoples and cultures. Starting in Konstanz near the Swiss border, we cycle along Lake Unter- and Uberlinger See to Meersburg. The route takes us through ample vineyards and orchards into the zeppelin city of Friedrichshafen. Via the festival city of Bregenz and the Rhine delta, we cycle along the Swiss shore back to our point of departure - Konstanz.

Total length: approx. 210 bicycle kilometres



Around the Lake Constance, 8 days option

Through 3 countries – around the „soul of Europe“…

Lake Bodensee, the major link between Germany, Austria and Switzerland, ties together peoples and cultures. Starting in Konstanz near the Swiss border, we cycle along Lake Unter- and Uberlinger See to Meersburg. The route takes us through ample vineyards and orchards into the zeppelin city of Friedrichshafen. Via the festival city of Bregenz and the Rhine delta, we cycle along the Swiss shore back to our point of departure - Konstanz.

Total length: approx. 210 bicycle kilometres



Around the Lake Constance 9 days option

Through 3 countries – around the „soul of Europe“…

Lake Bodensee, the major link between Germany, Austria and Switzerland, ties together peoples and cultures. Starting in Konstanz near the Swiss border, we cycle along Lake Unter- and Uberlinger See to Meersburg. The route takes us through ample vineyards and orchards into the zeppelin city of Friedrichshafen. Via the festival city of Bregenz and the Rhine delta, we cycle along the Swiss shore back to our point of departure - Konstanz.

Total length: approx. 210 bicycle kilometres



Altmühl Valley and Danube

History along the Altmühl and Danube River...

On its way from the Franconian Mountains to the Danube, the Altmühl flows through magnificent regions. Cycling through medieval cities, which still bear the seal of the Romans, and past castles, we bear witness to the rich and eventful past of Altmühltal Valley. On your journey you also visit Straubing, the heart of the Gäuboden landscape. From Deggendorf, the portal to the Bavarian Forest, it is only a stone’s throw to Passau, a city which is sometimes affectionately called the “Venice of the North” by citizens and tourists.

Total length: approx. 330 bicycle kilometres



Altmühl Valley and Danube (Division of the stage Beilngries/Dietfurt - Regensburg with accommodation in Kelheim)

History along the Altmühl and Danube River...

On its way from the Franconian Mountains to the Danube, the Altmühl flows through magnificent regions. Cycling through medieval cities, which still bear the seal of the Romans, and past castles, we bear witness to the rich and eventful past of Altmühltal Valley. On your journey you also visit Straubing, the heart of the Gäuboden landscape. From Deggendorf, the portal to the Bavarian Forest, it is only a stone’s throw to Passau, a city which is sometimes affectionately called the “Venice of the North” by citizens and tourists.

Total length: approx. 330 bicycle kilometres



Donaueschingen - Ulm

From the origin of the Danube to the birthplace of Albert Einstein…

From the source of the Danube, where the two small rivers Breg and Brigach meet, we cycle through wild romantic natural beauties such as the Danube Sink and the glacial valley to the strongly jagged rocks of the “Upper Danube” National Park.

Total length: approx. 200 bicycle kilometres



Ulm - Regensburg

From the Swabian Alb to the Danube break-through...

The bicycle route along the young Danube River runs almost exclusively on flat roads. The old riverside paths are mainly paved and traffic-free, and thus, very family-friendly.

Total length: approx. 239 bicycle kilometres



Regensburg - Passau

Along the Bavarian Forest into the city of three rivers…

Our journey takes us through the fecund region of the Gäuboden to the right and the foothills of the Bavarian Forest to the left, where the river winds its way in south-easterly direction. Cycling past Straubing, the heart of the Gäuboden, and onwards to Deggendorf, the portal to the Bavarian Forest, we finally reach the “Venice of the North” of three rivers - Passau.

Total length: approx. 153 bicycle kilometres



Ulm - Passau

From the Swabian Alb to the city of three rivers…

 

Total length: approx. 392 bicycle kilometres



5-River-Tour

Along Bavaria’s most romantic rivers…

This bicycle tour invites us to experience the coarse amiability of the Upper Palatinate, the charm of Middle Franconia and the culinary delights of Bavarian cooking. Let’s stop for a bit to eat at hearty beer gardens and enjoy the land of comfort and hospitality on the one hand, and the land of history and Baroque on the other. Five rivers – the Vils, Naab, Danube, Altmühl, and Pegnitz - are our companions along the way.

Total length: approx. 290-320 bicycle kilometres



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