Duration: 6-8 Days
Duration: 6-8 Days
A very popular trip that always sells out quickly is a bike tour along the famous Po River. You cycle through the picturesque Po Valley, past idyllic landscapes, charming villages and historic cities such as Mantua, Ferrara and Venice. You will also have the opportunity to discover the rich history, art and culinary delights of this region. On this trip, you can relax in the evening on the ship, which travels parallel to the entire trip. You will be accompanied by professional guides who will introduce you to the culture, history and nature of the places visited.
All in all, a bike and boat tour in Italy is an unforgettable opportunity to explore the country in an active yet relaxed way. You can experience the stunning scenery, rich culture and delicious cuisine of Italy while worrying about nothing but cycling and enjoying your trip.
Do you dream of exploring the enchanting landscapes of Italy, at your own pace, with the wind in your hair and the freedom to enjoy every moment?
Embark on a truly magical self-guided cycling adventure where ancient cities, rolling hills and scenic vineyards await your discovery. Known for its rich history, delicious cuisine and breathtaking landscapes, Italy is best experienced on two wheels. Our carefully curated itineraries allow you to delve into the heart of this fascinating country, pedaling through charming villages, past famous landmarks and along stunning coastlines.
Whether you are an experienced cyclist or a recreational cyclist, our self-guided bike tours are suitable for all fitness levels and give you the flexibility to tailor your trip to suit you.
Starting in the fascinating mountain world of the Alps, you cycle along beautiful paths to Lake Garda. It is almost always downhill through old villages and past castles and green meadows in South Tyrol. Along the Adige River you reach the Veneto region and make a stop at Lake Garda. From here it is not far to Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet and the Arena Summer Festival.
Tuscany has one of the most impressive landscapes in Europe, thanks to its rolling hills dotted with picturesque vineyards, olive slopes and cypress avenues. As you cycle, you’ll enjoy a variety of views and admire small Tuscany towns of Renaissance art and architecture. Tuscany is also the land of numerous artists, such as Leonardo da Vinci or Giacomo Puccini. You will get to know cities like Pisa and Florence and on your reading trip you will discover beautiful castles and villages where you can taste Tuscan cuisine.
On a bike tour in southern Italy, you will get to know the Apulia region. Apulia is the heel of the Italian boot and is known for the trulli, olive groves and the full-bodied wine.
The region is surrounded by the sea on both sides and is famous for its culinary delights such as fish dishes and homemade pasta. You will get to know the UNESCO World Heritage Site and great ancient culture.