Dolomites - Venice
    • Travelcode: 161

    Dolomites - Venice

    From the 3 crenelates to the city of 1000 bridges

    • Cycling 
break on the way to Venice

      From the northeastern Dolomites, you will cycle through the Höhlensteintal Valley below the famous Drei Zinnen (Three Peaks) to the Olympic city of Cortina d’Ampezzo. On the railway line of the former Dolomite Railway, you will continue to Pieve di Cadore - the birthplace of the famous Titian. The path continues through the valley of the ice cream makers ("Gelati") manufacturers in the Dolomite town of Belluno.

      Through the foothills, the route first goes to Feltre and then on to Bassano del Grappa. From here you will slowly reach the plain. After a short detour to Asolo, the "city of a hundred horizons", the fashion city of Treviso awaits you.

      Along the river Sile you cycle towards the Serenissima - the lagoon city of Venice is a magnificent final destination for your exploration of northern Italy.

      Tour profile/Level:

      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

      From Toblach/Niederdorf you start on the bike path into the Höhlenstein Valley, past Toblach lake and the War cemetery. This area was used as the front during the 1st World War. You carry on past lake Dürrensee (on the left you can see the famous Drei Zinnen); the cycle path ascends slightly before you get to the border – Gemärk/ Cimabanche - of the region South Tyrol and the region of the Veneto. From here you cycle towards the south to Cortina.

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

      Today the path is going slightly downwards, for the most part on the old railway track; you will see the Sorapis on the left and located on the right the Cinque Torri (Five Towers). You continue on to the south through the Boite Valley towards Pieve/Calalzo di Cadore. From here the new cycling path takes you to Longarone. This town was completely rebuilt in 1963 after a landslide filled the dam above the village and caused a flood. From Longarone the cycle path is slightly hilly until you reach Belluno.

      Day 4: Belluno - Feltre, approx. 40 km

      From Belluno, the small capital of this province, the tour follows tree lined avenues and hilly landscapes until the end of the day in Feltre. During the day you come along small and scenic villages. In the North you see the magnificent southern Dolomites, your companion for the first stages.

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

      The first kilometres you cycle easily before you descend to the Brenta Valley. Where the river Brenta joins the plains, lies the town of Bassano del Grappa. The name of the town comes from Mount “Monte” Grappa. Upon arrival you can enjoy a well-earned “Grappa”. There are many places of interest to visit in the town such as San Francesco, the "Museo Civico" (museum) or the Piazza della Libertà.

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

      On leaving the Dolomitic Alps, you occasionally see various villas designed by the renowned architect Palladio. The town of Asolo is ideal for a rest before continuing along to the plains to Treviso, the town of the water striders. Along the canals there are many wonderful houses and shops to admire. This is a centre for Italian fashion, especially shoes and famous labels like Benetton.

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

      Following the river Sile, you cycle towards the Adriatic Sea straight to Venice (Mainland) where the impressive "Serenissima" can be admired.

      Day 8: Venice (Mestre)

      Individual departure or extended stay.


      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)


      Parking: 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.


      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.

      The hotel is located approx. 250 meters from the train station.


      Return-transfer by shuttle-bus every Wednesday & Saturday from Venice mainland/Mestre to Hochpustertal (Toblach/Niederdorf) for EUR 65 per person, including bicycle (payable in advance, reservation necessary)

      Minimum number of participants: 2 pax.


      Cortina Express: Departure two times a day from Mestre train station and Venice airport to Cortina and Toblach approx. EUR 23 per person. (It is recommended to reserve tickets in advance) >>


      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...
    • Included services:

      • 7 nights incl. breakfast
      • well planned routes

      • Briefing at beginning of the tour
      • Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel
      • Map- and information material per room
    • Choose Categories

      S1 02.05. - 02.05.20 every WED/SAT
      S2 03.05. - 19.06.20 every WED/SAT
      S3 20.06. - 12.09.20 every WED/SAT
      S2 13.09. - 02.10.20 every WED/SAT
      S1 03.10. - 03.10.20 every WED/SAT


      Discount in dbl with 2 full paying adults  
      14-14,99 years -25%
      from 14 years -10%
      Bikes & Equipment  
      21-speed bike 79
      E-bike 169
      Rental helmet 10
      Additional nights  
      Toblach/Niederdorf May/June/September/October (dbl/sgl) 59/76
      Toblach/Niederdorf July/August (dbl/sgl) 79/96
      Venice/Mestre (dbl/sgl)  69/92
      Transfer Venice mainland/Mestre - Hochpustertal incl. bike 65
      *Reservation at booking  


      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
    • Typical hotels for each region at the 3- and 4-star category:

      Example hotels:

      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 

      Please be informed that these are accomodation examples. Subject to alteration. Please see Your hotellist at booking/prior arrival for Your definitive accomodations. 

    • 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.


    • 5,0 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
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 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
      5,5 11.07.2017 | Rhona F. Dolomites - Venice

      Dolomites to Venice tour.

      This was a really enjoyable tour with such a variation in landscape. The red markers en-route made it much easier to follow the directions and the cycle paths were pleasantly quiet. The first hotel was outstanding (hotel Adler) and the food here was absolutely ...
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 5
      • Board 4
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 5
      • On-site assistance 5
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 5
      4,9 19.09.2016 | Misuzu N. Dolomites - Venice

      We had a wonderful holiday AGAIN with Rad & Reisen !

      We already knew that the services with your company is very trustful and it was proved again this year. Some parts of he cycle road was a bit complicated and it made us difficult to enjoy the sceneries because you have to concentrate to find arrows. ...
      • Overall satisfaction 5
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 4
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 5
      • Accomodation 4
      • Board 4
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 5
      • On-site assistance 5
      • Route-character 5
      • Bicycle + equipment 5
      • Price-performance ratio 5
      5,5 13.12.2015 | Cathie H. Dolomites - Venice

      Active Tour booked through Rad & Reisen

      The Dolomites in Italy were fabulous and the route challenging with beautiful scenery. The directions in the guide provided had some mistakes and was so detailed that at times it was difficult to look at the scenery as we were having to stop continually ...
      • Overall satisfaction 5
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 4
      • Accomodation 6
      • Board 6
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 4
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 5
      • Price-performance ratio 6

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