Innsbruck to Venice

Hotel & Bike 9 nights

VISITING: Austria, Italy

Why we love this tour

"On this tour, enjoy breathtaking views and variety in scenery as you cycle from the mountains to the sea. Follow well-maintained bike path surfaces along the Adige River downstream to Verona before cycling on secondary roads to Venice."

Grand mountains, green meadows and the blue waters of the Adriatic sea

Medieval monasteries, mountain fortresses and gilded roofs

Easy cycling along clear paths and gentle downhill routes

Renaissance architecture and waterside palaces in Verona and Venice.

Guiding
Self-Guided
Distance
236miles/380km
Level
Easy
Standard
Superior
Departs
Thu, Fri
Runs
May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
Code
AU020
Fly to
Innsbruck
Good for
Multi-Country, Solo
Return
Venice

Tour from the mountain city of Innsbruck in Austria to the medieval streets of Venice in Italy. Riding downhill past the ancient villages and green meadows of South Tyrol, the cycling is easy going and there are plenty of opportunities for breaks along the way. The Baroque castles, ornate cathedrals and mountain fortresses you'll pass make beautiful settings for a snack stop, and a leisurely stretch alongside the Adige River takes you to the sparkling shores of Lake Garda, where you can rest your legs with a ferry cruise across the water.

Each medieval village and historic market town you visit tells a different story – the wine village or Ora, the romantic arcades of Egna and the 1100 year old town of Bressanone are just a handful of the highlight along with, of course, the World Heritage city of Venice on the Adriatic coast.

Accommodation

3 & 4* Hotels

We use a pool of 3 and 4 star hotels to maximise our availability for this tour, so regardless of the time of year we do our best to secure your dates of choice. The accommodation often has a lovely local flair, with a chance to experience local life with an authentic flavour of your destination.

A mix of 3 and 4 star hotels

Breakfast included

Secure bike storage

Luggage transferred each day

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What's included

Price includes

9 nights accommodation in 3 & 4 star hotels

Board Basis: Bed and breakfast

Luggage transportation

Maps and route information (GPS tracks available on request)

Informal welcome breifing - day two on the transfer

Local contact number for assistance

Entrance to Villa La Rotonda

Ice-cream in Vincenza

Transfer from Innsbruck to Brennero on day two

4 hour ferry cruise on Lake Garda from Riva to Peschiera or Desenzano

Price excludes

Flights and transfers

Bike hire

Cycle helmets

Local taxes (approx €10-15)

Train transfers

Bike hire and extras

Bike hire

Pannier, handlebar bag or map holder, water bottle and lock all included at no extra cost when you hire a bike. The bikes are also equipped with puncture-resistant Schwalbe tyres. One repair kit per room is provided and includes a spare inner tube, glue, patch, pump, allen keys and tyre levers. 

Hybrid bike

£94

E Bike

£205

Extras

(Extra night prices are per room)

Extra Nights

Innsbruck: Double room (B&B)
£138
Innsbruck: Single room (B&B)
£98
Mestre: Double room (B&B)
£138
Mestre: Single room (B&B)
£98
Verona: Double room (B&B)
£128
Verona: Single room (B&B)
£84

Other Extras

Helmet

Helmet hire

£16

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Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions about this tour. Simply click on a question to reveal the answer.

How do I get there?

Fly to Innsbruck or Munich, then Take the bus or taxi from Innsbruck airport to the centre. If flying to Munich, take the train (Bahn) to Innsbruck.

Alternatively by train, take the Eurostar from London to Paris, change for Zurich and change for Innsbruck.

How do I get back?

Take a bus or train to the airport, then fly from Venice.

What is an ‘Easy’ cycle holiday?

Your days will involve gentle riding, mainly on flat terrain and with minimal effort required. Easy cycling holidays are suitable for most people whether you are a regular cyclist or not, however we recommend at least a few practice rides before your holiday!

We are always on hand to offer advice, so please give us a call if you wish to chat about the tour’s grading.

Why are the hotels not listed in the itinerary?

We use a pool of hotels to maximise availability for you.

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