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Bicycle Tours/Trips in Europe

Find a Bicycle trip that explores Europe. There are 414 tours to choose from, that range in length from 3 days up to 21 days. The most popular month for these tours is September, which has the most tour departures.

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  • Pass by beautiful lavender fields, fortified cliffs, interesting art museums and historical villages in France’s Provence region.
  • Ride through the well paved paths along the romantic Danube River in countryside of Austria, Hungary, Slovakia and Germany.
  • Stay in charming cottages and guest houses as you explore Shakespeare country in England. Ride through barren moorlands in Scotland, stopping to admire medieval castles and quaint little towns.
  • Dig into some rustic Tuscan delcacies and visit medieval hill towns, olive groves and vineyards on the way to Umbria.
  • Have some Catalan fun in Spain as you take a well deserved break at ancient ruins and Mediterranean beaches. Ride through rolling hillsides, past fields of wheat and sunflowers.
  • Explore charming islands along the beautiful Dalmatia coastline of Croatia on a sea kayak.
  • Follow the trail of windmills and bulb fields in scenic Netherlands. Take in the beauty of dikes and flat farmland near Lake Ijsselmeer.
  • Bike along the shores of Lake Ohrid all the way to the heart of Grammos Mountains or explore the tranquil Albanian Riviera by the Ionian Sea.


  • Pack light but carry essentials such as a camera, water, sunscreen and a swimsuit.
  • Bring removable leggings, a sweater, fleece jacket and over-pants if you’re planning a trip in spring, autumn or winter.
  • A breathable windbreaker or raincoat will offer excellent protection if there’s a sudden burst of rain.
  • Goggles and large-sized eye glasses will keep your eyes safe against the wind, sun and dust from passing traffic.
  • Cycle at your own pace and stop to rest and eat some high energy food in case you feel exhausted.
  • Always keep an eye on the road surface ahead of you. Do not suddenly veer off the road.
  • Ask your tour guide on where to park your bike while visiting attractions.
  • Don’t come too close to the cyclist ahead of you. Follow closely only if you are experienced in pack riding.

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