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Austria - The Enns Cycle Path Classic Bicycle Tour (2020)

AUSTRIA: The Enns Cycle Path Classic Bicycle Tour 8 days and 7 nights' Accommodation: in 3* hotels with private facilities (shower, bath, WC, telephone, TV) which are close to the route of the cycling/walking tour and have secure bicycle parking. Daily buffet breakfast. Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel as far as Linz (1 piece per person, maximum 20 kg).  Free Wi-Fi in all hotels. Information material (cycle map with detailed English tour description) per room.1 ferry ride Enns–Mauthausen including bike.  Service hotline also at the weekend. 1 high quality handlebar bag for a perfect transport of your travel documents per room. And free recharge for those renting e-bikes in every hotel at no additional cost. This 284 km tour is an easy ride along the gently hilly Enns cycle path but requires a basic fitness condition, however due to its moderate daily stages it's a great tour for everybody. This cycling tour takes you along some of the most exciting natural adventures: special cycling holidays in Austria with snowy mountains of the Salzburger Sportwelt, Schladming a city in Styria, Mt. Dachstein, the National Park of Gesaeuse and the National Park Kalkalpen as far as the Upper Austrian capital of Linz. Linz, seized the reins as European Capital of Culture in 2009, and in 2014 Austria’s third-largest city became a UNESCO City of Media Arts. Sitting astride the Danube, Linz is not only a contemporary hub but also harbours a charming Altstadt filled with historic baroque architecture.

For more information about this tour, please download the PDF. We offer many other Austrian cycle and hiking tours.

 

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