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On cycling paths, cycle routes or small side roads you will experience three countries with their various regions and lots of outstanding natural and cultural beauties. „München-Venezia“ starts in the capital of Bavaria – Munich – and leads along Bavarian lakes and Tyrolean rivers through the UNESCO world natural heritage – the Dolomites – to Treviso and finally to the gates of the Serenissima – Venice – with its doges palaces and famous canals.
Tour profile/Level: 2The cycling tour from Munich to Venice is a very varied tour. The most demanding stages over the Alps (Innsbruck–Brenner) can be shortened by train or bus and the stage from Dobbiaco to Cortina d’Ampezzo leads easily along the cycle path on the old railway trail. The last two days are downhill and flat towards the sea. The tour is suitable for children over 16 years.
Day 1: MunichIndividual arrival to the starting hotel in Munich. If you arrive early don’t miss the chance to explore the capital of the state of Bavaria!
Day 2: Munich- Bad Tölz approx. 60 km (+401 m)
You will leave Munich cycling along the Isar River, a route that immediately offers you unspoilt natural settings. The river will stay your companion on the cycling path going south.
Day 3: Bad Tölz - Maurach/Jenbach approx. 70 km (+444 m)One more day cycling will take you to the holiday region of Achensee with its picturesque mountain lake. Relax on a boat tour of Lake Achensee before you reach your hotel in Maurach by the lake.
Day 4: Maurach/Jenbach - Innsbruck approx. 48 km (+ 67 m)After your brekfast you cycle downhill to the Inn valley to Jenbach. From Jenbach, you will cycle along the Inn River on a well-presented cycling path to Innsbruck, capital city of Tyrol. Take a stroll through the historic town center, visit the famous “Golden Roof”, take a trip up Berg Isel with its ski-jump or the Berg Isel Museum that documents the battles that took place around the mountain under the command of freedom fighter Andreas Hofer.
Day 5: Innsbruck - Mühlbach approx. 56 km (+237 m)The first difficult stretch of today’s route leads from Innsbruck all the way to the Brenner Pass, national border between Austria and Italy, watershed and cultural axis, and will be completed by bus or by train. Only a few isolated buildings recall the former border clearance procedures. From the Brenner, you will cycle along the former railway line to the Fugger city of Sterzing and then on to Franzensfeste and Mühlbach.
Day 6:Mühlbach -Niederdorf/Toblach approx 55 km (+ 549 m)From Mühlbach, a well-presented cycling path leads through the Puster Valley, past the Mühlbacher Klause, a former border station that functioned as a gate between the provinces of Raetia and Noricum in ancient times. You will then reach the city of Bruneck, cycling along the Rienz River. The local history museum in Dietenheim documents rural life in South Tyrol with its cultural heritage and customs and is well worth a visit. From Bruneck, cycle along the Rienz River trail to Toblach, todays last stop.
Day 7: Niederdorf/Toblach - Cortina approx 35 km ( + 378 m)Today’s route takes you along the cycling path of the former Dolomite railway, through the Höhlenstein Valley, past Lake Toblach and the soldier’s cemetery that is a memorial of WWI. A unique panoramic view of the “Drei Zinnen” (“Three Peaks”) rock formation is coming up, followed by Lake Dürrensee. The cycle path continues slightly uphill to where the provinces of Bozen and Belluno meet, before taking you downhill, still along the former railway tracks, to the Dolomite resort of Cortina d’Ampezzo with its amazing mountain backdrop.
Day 8: Cortina - Longarone approx. 55 km ( +222 m)Yo cycle downhill and follow the former tracks, you will see the Sorapis massif on your left and the “Five Towers” (Cinque Torri) rock formation on your right. Continue south through the Boite Valley to the junction of Pieve / Calalzo di Cadore. The newly extended cycle path will take you to Longarone, a town that was rebuilt from scratch in an incredibly short period of time after being flooded by a tidal wave caused by a rockslide into the reservoir
Day 9: Longarone - Conegliano approx. 55 km ( +94 m)Continue to follow the river Piave until just before Belluno (an excursion to - little Venice in the mountains - is possible), Here you leave the river and cycle along Lake Santa Croce, next to Lake Garda
second largest lake of Veneto and a popular one because of its turquoise waters and the sandy beach.
Destination. For you, however, goes even further through the historic Vittorio Veneto to medieval Conegliano.
Magnificent villas and palazzi still characterize the city.
Day 10: Conegliano - Treviso approx. 50 km ( +146 m)
Today, you will leave the Alps behind and cycle through the lowlands to Treviso on a route dotted with villas by Italian master builder Palladio, whose magnificent buildings were mostly recognized in this region, within the immediate sphere of influence of the great naval power of Venice.
Day 11: Treviso - Venezia approx. 47 km (+ 5 m)Following the River Sile, you cycle towards the Adriatic Sea straight to Venice (mainland) where the impressive “Serenissima“ can be admired.
Day 12 VeneziaIndividual departure
ARRIVAL - PARKING - DEPARTURE
ARRIVAL BY PLANE
Low Cost flights to the airports Munich, Innsbruck, Treviso or Venice Marco Polo.
The S1 and S8 S-Bahn lines connect the airport with the center of Munich, with departures every 10 minutes. The airport is also easy and convenient to reach by bus from the Munich city center as well as from Ingolstadt and Landshut.
Standard starthotel:Hotel Bauer
Using the public transport system Hotel Bauer is in easy reach by underground (U-Bahn) U3 and U6, suburban train (S-Bahn) S7 and S27, stations Harras and Implerstrasse.
You will reach the centre of munich in only some minutes, the trade fair centre "NEUE MESSE MÜNCHEN" in about 30 minutes.
ARRIVAL BY CAR
Parking: The car can be parked on the parking facilities of the first hotel in Munich (from Euro 5.00 per night). Parking has to be booked in advance and paid on the spot. You have to leave your car key in the hotel.
ARRIVAL BY TRAIN
Train station: Train station Munich
Tourist tax - if required - has to be paid on the spot.Book here your discounted train ticket... Book your flights online... Book here your bus ticket... Book your hotel online...
- 7 nights incl. breakfast
well planned routes
- Briefing at beginning of the tour
- Pit stop for bike in inspection in Dobbiaco (only for our rental bikes)
- Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel
- Map- and information material per room
S1 01.05. - 19.06.20 every THU/FRI book now S2 20.06. - 05.08.20 every THU/FRI book now S2 22.08. - 12.09.20 every THU/FRI book now S1 13.09. - 09.10.20 every THU/FRI book now
Discount in dbl with 2 full paying adults from 15 years -10% Bikes & Equipment 7/21-speed bike 159 E-bike 269 Rental helmet 10 Additional nights Munich 3* (dbl/sgl) 84/99 Venice -Mestre 4* (dbl/sgl) 61/ 84 Important Information
From September 19, 2020 arrival is only possible in Bad Tölz ( traintickets to Munich and back will be offered )
Best - Price - GuaranteeIf you would verifiably receive better conditions and/or prices from another tour operator at the time of booking we guarantee at least the same conditions PLUS 1 handlebar bag for FREE!
Bicycle incl. panniers (reservation in advance and for charge)
+ 21-speed bike (women´s or men´s frame)
+ E-bikes (unisex frame) - limited availability
With an E-bike every bike tour is a breeze! If you had few opportunities to cycle over the last weeks or if you are not sure concerning your fitness, but also with physical disabilities, every bike ride is a treat! The shiftable, low noise electric drive of our modern electro bike relieves you of some of the work and increases the pedal force up to 3 times ... So you can now book a bike tour together with cyclists who have different fitness level. Acclivity can be handled easily.
A note to our customers: Electric bikes are a great thing! However, due to their characteristics (high weight + high speed) they should only be booked by very experienced and safe cyclists with a good sense of balance. E-bikes are not appropriate for persons who do not ride bikes frequently.