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Adige Cycle Path Italy
(Double rooms)
  555.00 €     20.05.2021  -  19.06.2021
  (Price valid for Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.)
  535.00 €     19.06.2021  -  14.07.2021
  (Price valid for Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.)
  555.00 €     09.07.2021  -  11.09.2021
  (Price valid for Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.)
  535.00 €     06.09.2021  -  08.10.2021
  (Price valid for Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.)
  470.00 €     03.10.2021  -  15.10.2021
  (Price valid for Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday.)
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Cycling Holidays in Italy. The Adige River cycle path has to be one of the most enjoyable and scenic leisure-cycling routes in Europe. Starting from the head of the Resia Pass, close to the Austrian border, this idyllic cycle path follows the Adige River as it descends through stunning alpine landscapes past quaint mountain villages and historic towns to Lake Garda. You'll cycle past small villages and medieval towns, some of which originate from Roman times as this is the route of the Via Claudia Augusta, a trans-alpine path first opened in 46 AD. As you descend, the fruit orchards begin to give way to vineyards and the Adige turns from a tumbling mountain stream to a fully fledged river.

If you're looking for carefree, easy cycling on quiet cycle paths through jaw-dropping scenery then look no further - the Adige River and Lake Garda Cycling Holiday really should be on your leisure cycling list. The vast majority of this route is on tarmac cycle paths with some very short stretches on quiet roads.

You will book a Bestseller Travel Partner Tour.
Arrival Friday to Tuesday from May to October.


Arrival to Resia Pass in Italy/Austria. There will be a return transfer from Lake Garda to Resia Pass from Thursday to Monday.
Price Includes:
- 6 nights in 3 and 4 star hotels
- 6 x breakfast
- Parking lot in Nauders
- Luggage Transfer
- Transfer Lake Garda to Nauders
- Tour information package
- Service-Hotline
Extras: Local city tax

You will find prices for additional services (like a single room, rental bike, .) under "Additional services". We do recommend to book travel insurance and please check if you need a visa or anything else. Please also look into our General Travel Conditions!


Day 1: Arrival to Nauders
At the hotel you will get your tour book and rental bikes if booked..

Day 2: Nauders - Schlanders (57 km)
You tour will start right at the mountain pass Reschenpass passing by the Lake Reschensee. Afterward you will come to the monastery Marienberg, to the village Glurns and Schlanders.

Day 3: Schlanders - BolzanoMeran (70 km)
You will follow the Adige River Trail passing by fruit orchards and lovely litte village like Tschirland, Schloss Dornsberg, .. You will follow again the Adige River Trail to Bolzano with it castle Sigmundskron and a wonderful city centre. Take some time to visit e.g. the "Ötzi Museum", churges, ...

Day 4: Bolzano - Trento (61 km)
You keep following the Adige River to the "language border" to the Salurner Klause. Now the main language will be Italian and not German. Overnight will be in the city of Trento.

Day 5: Trento - Riva (53 km)
First you will follow the Adige River Trail and in Rovereto you will cycle over a little mountain pass to Mori and Torbole/Riva next to Lake Garda. Enjoy the wonderful view over the Lake and Mountain scenery.

Day 6: Restay at Lake Garda
Have a swim in the lake or take the boat to see other villages around the Lake Garda

Day 7: Departure from Riva del Garda or Return transfer to Nauders
- Transfer from Thursday to Monday by bus from Riva to Nauders
Cycling Holidays in Italy. The Adige River cycle path has to be one of the most enjoyable and scenic leisure-cycling routes in Europe. Starting from the head of the Resia Pass, close to the Austrian border, this idyllic cycle path follows the Adige River as it descends through stunning alpine landscapes past quaint mountain villages and historic towns to Lake Garda. You'll cycle past small villages and medieval towns, some of which originate from Roman times as this is the route of the Via Claudia Augusta, a trans-alpine path first opened in 46 AD. As you descend, the fruit orchards begin to give way to vineyards and the Adige turns from a tumbling mountain stream to a fully fledged river.

If you're looking for carefree, easy cycling on quiet cycle paths through jaw-dropping scenery then look no further - the Adige River and Lake Garda Cycling Holiday really should be on your leisure cycling list. The vast majority of this route is on tarmac cycle paths with some very short stretches on quiet roads.

You will book a Bestseller Travel Partner Tour.
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