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Dolomites - Venice

From the 3 crenelates to the city of 1000 bridges

Map Dolomites - Venice


Tour profile/Level 2:

The first two days you mainly follow the old Dolomites railway track. From the third day, the tour encounters slight ascents and descents on quite side roads through idyllic landscape and typical Italian villages until reaching the plains on the last day. The tour is suitable for children from the age of 14.

Day 1: Hochpustertal (Toblach/Niederdorf)

Individual arrival at the hotel in Hochpustertal. Car parking is near the hotel.

Day 2: Hochpustertal – Cortina d’Ampezzo, approx. 30 - 35 km

You cycle from Villabassa/Dobbiaco along the picturesque Dolomite Railway Cycle Path through the Höhlenstein Valley, past Dobbiaco Lake, the war cemetery and the impressive Three Peaks. On the leisurely descent, accompanied by breathtaking mountain panoramas, you finally reach the charming Dolomite town of Cortina d’Ampezzo.

Day 3: Cortina d’Ampezzo – Belluno, approx. 75 km

Today the route goes gently downhill along the old railway line, with a view of the Sorapis on the left and the "Five Towers" - Cinque Torri - on the right. The route leads through the Boite valley to Pieve/Calalzo di Cadore and from there on a new cycle path to Longarone, which was rebuilt in 1963 after a rock fall and a flood in the reservoir. The last stage is a slightly hilly section to Belluno.

Day 4: Belluno – Feltre, approx. 40 km

From Belluno, the charming capital of the province of the same name, you cycle through shady avenues of deciduous forest and discover the hilly landscape on the way to Feltre. During your ride today, you will encounter picturesque villages that invite you to stop for a short while. In the north, you look back at the imposing Dolomites that accompanied you on the first stages.

Day 5: Feltre – Bessano del Grappa, approx. 55 km

The initial kilometres are relaxed, and after a brisk descent through the Brenta Valley, you reach the picturesque town of Bassano del Grappa, where the Brenta River flows into the plain. Although the name "Grappa" comes from Monte Grappa, you can still treat yourself to a well-deserved schnapps after reaching your destination for the day.

Day 6: Bassano del Grappa – Treviso, approx. 55 km

You leave the Alps and approach the sea today. Palladio’s villas, for which he is best known in Venice, are already visible. In Asolo you can revel in history before cycling leisurely to Treviso, a fashion stronghold with picturesque canals and decorated façades.

Day 7: Treviso – Venice mainland/Mestre, approx. 45 km

On the cycle path along the river Sile we continue towards the Adriatic Sea to Venice mainland to admire Venice, the "Serenissima" with all its splendid buildings.

Day 8: Venice (Mestre)

Individual departure or extended stay.


  • 7 nights

  • Daily breakfast

  • Well planned routes 

  • Video briefing

  • Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel

  • Map- and information material per room

  • Cycling app

Dates & Prices



    Season / Period
    S1   04.05. - 04.05.24
    S2   05.05. - 14.06.24
    S3   15.06. - 09.08.24
    S3   18.08. - 13.09.24
    S2   14.09. - 27.09.24
    S1   28.09. - 28.09.24


    Discount in dbl with 2 full paying adults
    12-14,99 years -25%
    from 15 years -10%
    Bikes & Equipment
    21-speed bike 99
    TOP bike 169
    E-bike 249
    Rental helmet 25
    Additional nights
    Toblach/Niederdorf S1+S2 (dbl/sgl) 89/118
    Toblach/Niederdorf S3 (dbl/sgl) 95/124
    Venice/Mestre (dbl/sgl) 89/118
    Transfer Venice - Hochpustertal  79
    Own bike - surcharge 39


    Best - Price - Guarantee

    If 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!
    All prices per person in EUR


    Hotel samples

    You will be accommodated in typical hotels for each region at the 3- and 4-star category.

    Toblach/Niederdorf: Hotel Bachmann

    Cortina d’Ampezzo: Villa Gaia 

    Belluno: Villa Carpenada 

    Feltre: Hotel Doriguzzi

    Bassano del Grappa: Hotel Brennero 

    Treviso: Hotel Al Fogher 

    Venice: Hotel Elite 

    Note: Please be informed that these are hotel samples and therefore subject to alteration! Find Your final hotel bookings at Your hotel list after/at booking.


    Bicycle incl. panniers (reservation in advance and for charge)

    The following bicycles are available

    • 21-speed bike men or ladies frame
    • Rental bike TOP (aluminium frame, 21 speed)
    • 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.

    Note: E-bikes are a great development, but should be - due to their driving characteristics (high weight + high speed) - booked only by very safe and experienced cyclists with a very good sense of balance. Not suitable are electric bikes for people who rarely ride a bicycle


    Arrival - Parking - Departure

    Arrival by plane

    Airport: Venice (VCE)
    Some Low-Cost Carrier fly into the airport Marco Polo in Venice. With the airport shuttle you will get to Venice/Mestre. Take the Cortina Express or a private transfer to get to the Upper Pusteria Valley. (See TRANSFERS)

    Arrival by car

    Parking facilities at the hotel of your arrival or at the public parking area.

    By car on the Brenner motorway (A22) to Brixen/Bressanone – take the exit Franzensfeste, Pustertal then through the Pusteria Valley (SS49) to Niederdorf or Toblach, depending on the location of your hotel
    Drive along the Felbertauernstraße to Lienz in Eastern Tyrol (Austria) and then further into Italy through the Pusteria Valley to Toblach or Niederdorf depending on the location of your hotel.

    Arrival by train

    Train station: Toblach, Niederdorf (depends on your starthotel)
    Take the train from Innsbruck over the "Brenner/Brennero" to Franzensfeste. Change trains for the Pusteria Valley/Lienz and disembarking either at Niederdorf or Toblach depending on the location of your hotel.


    Return-transfer by shuttle-bus every Wednesday & Saturday from Venice mainland/Mestre to Hochpustertal (Toblach/Niederdorf) payable in advance, reservation necessary - see prices at "Dates and Prices"

    Minimum number of participants: 2 pax.

    Cortina Express: Departure two times a day from Mestre train station and Venice airport to Cortina and Toblach. It is recommended to reserve tickets in advance via www.cortinaexpress.it

    Additional information

    Tourist tax - if required - has to be paid on the spot.


    Travel stories

    4,5 of 6 Stars | 12
    The bikes were excellent and the hotels were generally all quite good. The breakfasts also were good and the coffee strong, just the way I like...J.J. 06/23
    4.2 02.07.2023 | Yasmin A. Dolomites - Venice

    A family cycling adventure

    • Overall satisfaction 4
    • Booking handling 4
    • Travel documents 4
    • Per-Tour information 4
    • Accomodation 4
    • Board 4
    • Luggage transport 5
    • Route description 4
    • On-site assistance 4
    • Route-character 5
    • Bicycle + equipment 5
    • Price-performance ratio 4
    4.4 28.06.2023 | Jean J. Dolomites - Venice

    Fun self guided your with lots of gravel and street roads

    The bikes were excellent and the hotels were generally all quite good. The breakfasts also were good and the coffee strong, just the way I like. I thought Urban did an excellent job in helping us in our group and our friends in a group 3 days later in ...
    • Booking handling 5
    • Travel documents 5
    • Per-Tour information 3
    • Accomodation 5
    • Board 5
    • Luggage transport 6
    • Route description 2
    • On-site assistance 5
    • Route-character 2
    • Bicycle + equipment 6
    • Price-performance ratio 5
    5.8 02.06.2023 | Gary L. Dolomites - Venice

    Dolomites to Venice May 2023

    Although a minor inconvenience, a handlebar basket would have been helpful. This could have been used to hold the paper maps and information we were given. Luckily we brought a handlebar cell phone holder with us and this was very helpful in following ...
    • Overall satisfaction 6
    • Booking handling 6
    • Travel documents 6
    • Per-Tour information 6
    • Accomodation 6
    • Board 5
    • Luggage transport 6
    • Route description 6
    • On-site assistance 6
    • Route-character 6
    • Bicycle + equipment 6
    • Price-performance ratio 5
    5 21.09.2018 | Fiona H. Dolomites - Venice

    Dolomites to Venice

    I would not recommend this as a first time tour, the route markers are not always there and the tour notes are not easy to follow or understand (I think they might need updating). But the tour is very enjoyable with pleasant scenery, the hotels very comfortable. ...
    • Overall satisfaction 6
    • Booking handling 6
    • Travel documents 5
    • Per-Tour information 6
    • Accomodation 6
    • Board 5
    • Luggage transport 6
    • Route description 2
    • On-site assistance 5
    • Route-character 5
    • Bicycle + equipment 3
    • Price-performance ratio 5
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