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Europe (all)

This page lists all reports that for Europe including those that involve other countries too.
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All descriptions are in English, unless otherwise noted.

Tours

cicloturismo in Armenia - terza parte da Yeghegnadzor a Yerevan e poi Tibilisi (Georgia)
by Fernando Da Re, tour started June 2013, submitted 20 April 2014
Europe: Armenia, Georgia
language: it

Racconto di viaggio in bicicletta in Armenia. Parte finale. Pewrcorso e incontri tra gli altopiani. Visione del monte Ararat e del monastero di Khor Virap.

Tale of cycling trip in Armenia. The end. Trip and meetings between the highlands. View of Mount Ararat and Monastery Khor Virap.

See all 44 reports by Fernando Da Re

Ecopista do Dão - Cycling on an abandoned railway line
by Peter Sales, submitted 14 April 2014
Europe: Portugal
language: en, nl, pt

Ecopista do Dão - Cycling in central Portugal along an abandoned railway line, 49 km.

The first part of this path runs along the banks of the river Dão. Every bend in the river is followed by a bend in the Ecopista, with stannic views.

Later on, the Ecopista leaves the river, but the landscape remains very beautiful, with views of mountains and valleys covered with oaks, cork oaks and chestnut trees, but also some vineyards, cultivated land and small villages.

The Ecopista do Dão, between Viseu and Santa Comba Dão
A simple 60 km loop based in Gouarec in central Brittany.
by Geoff Husband, tour started March 2014, submitted 28 March 2014
Europe: France

This is the first of a series of free-to-all day-ride routes I have produced for people visiting central Brittany. 60km long and of moderate difficulty it makes a lovely day out.

See all 8 reports by Geoff Husband

The market at Rostrenen
TheShirt
by Steve Hall, tour started June 2014, submitted 12 March 2014
Europe: Norway
language: en, no

Norway 2014
The Shirt project wheels along! The next stage in the Journey is announced! On June 14 I shall set out from Kirkenes on the Russian border. This is probably the toughest challenge to date as we are not talking the flatlands of the Netherlands or the East of England. No, I shall face the mountains and valleys of the west coast of Norway. The backbone of the journey will be a visit to all the clubs in the top three divisions of Norwegian football. The journey will take me from down from Kirkenes to Bodø (the most northerly of the Tippeligaen clubs to Trondheim (RBK), Molde, Aalesund, Sogndal, Brann, Haugesund, Stavanger on to Kristiansand, Skien and then 1000 km loop inland before finishing with the clubs in the Oslo area. A journey of some 5000 km. Hopefully, I will finish at City Hall, Oslo in one piece on or before the 31st August. This trip is NOT for the faint-hearted!

Why Norway?
In the 1840s, Ivar Aasen from Ørsta, Sunnmøre travelled the length and breadth of Norway to collate the dialects and language usage of the country. He wanted to hear and annotate the language so that he could create a standarised pan-Norwegian language. This he realised was very different from the "official" Danish language spoken at that time.

Yes, I will also travel the length and breadth of Norway to find out what Norway is REALLY like in the early 21st century. This may or not be very different from the "official" view.

The Shirt in 2011 after Bjørn had cycled the length of Norway!
Cicloturismo in Armenia, prima parte
by Fernando Da Re, tour started June 2013, submitted 19 February 2014
Europe, Asia: Armenia, Georgia
language: it

Viaggio in bicicletta da Tbilisi a Yerevan lungo la Via della Seta, tratto antico dell'Armenia. Il racconto descrive percorso, incontri, paesaggi. Numerose le fotografie e i consigli sulla strada. Buona strada a tutti.

Bike trip from Tbilisi to Yerevan along the Silk Road, the ancient tract of Armenia. The story describes the journey, encounters, landscapes. Numerous photographs and councils on the road. Enjoy a good trip.

See all 44 reports by Fernando Da Re

A cycling holiday in france using a Phone app!
by Steve Rock, tour started 2014, submitted 13 February 2014
Europe: France

This is a description of a cycling holiday in France following one of the Coast to Coast routes (C2C) and which was undertaken using an android app called memory-map and viewranger. As much of a review of the equipment and software as the ride itself.

The cyclepath along the Loire
Portugal By Bike - 1982km
by Armand Iurea, tour started August 2013, submitted 29 January 2014
Europe: Portugal
language: fr

I achieved this journey in August 2013, by myself, with the aim of living new thrilling experiences. It also allowed me to train at cycling in order to prepare future long distance triathlons (IronMan, Embrunman, ...).

A wise man told me one day "You can't see all the wonderful things that exists on this vast planet in one lifetime but you can decide anytime to rest for a few moments and appreciate the present moment." I am listening at his advice, I am not trying to cycle the faster I can (whenever I am travelling); what purpose, I would be the only witness. I take my time, I stop whenever I see something that intrigates me. In the end, we've all always been explorers, aren't we? About my route, I had the choice of either starting with the North and finish at the South, or the opposite. After having compared the flight prices and established my approximate itinerary, I decided to start with Porto (North) and to finish at Faro (South). Halfway, I've let my bike at Lisbon and I went to relax for 2 days at Madeira, island of Portugal.

Biking in the Dolomite Alps
by vasobrerodes (Marc Sabaté & Laia Rosàs), tour started July 2011, submitted 22 January 2014
Europe: Italy
language: catalan

Recorregut de 9 dies per l'Alto Adige i el Trentino.

Descens del Passo Sella
Climbing the Ventoux on a Cyclecamping trip
by Geoff Husband, tour started 2014, submitted 19 January 2014
Europe: France

In September 2013 I led a group of cyclists on a camping tour form Tours to Mont Ventoux. We were carrying full camping gear, and what follows is a description of the day we climbed the Ventoux and how we all managed to cheat by camping half way up. I'd like to encourage any touring cyclist to give it a go;-)

See all 8 reports by Geoff Husband

The whole gang and the top of the Ventoux
Basile - Bruxelles
by Paola Angelucci, tour started August 2013, submitted 6 January 2014
language: it

Da Basilea a Bruxelles in bicicletta

diario di una ciclista selvatica.

Un racconto vivace che mette a dura prova sia le doti documentaristiche sia quelle tecniche della protagonista ospite di un sito di grande qualità.

Radtour von Mora nach Nautesund
by Karl Brodowsky, tour started July 2011, submitted 24 December 2013
Europe: Sweden, Norway
language: de

Tandem and solo bicycle tour with three, later four participants from Oslo in Norway to Mora in Sweden and then all over the Scandinavian mountains to the Norwegian fjord coast.

See all 16 reports by Karl Brodowsky

Old Tjikko, the oldest tree in the world, seen during this tour
Tour of ENG-FR-SP-IT-SLO-CRO-AUS-SUI-GDR-NETH
by Michael Simmons, tour started June 2008, submitted 13 December 2013

I always dreamed of bicycling through Europe and climbing as many of the famous climbs of the Tour de France and Giro Italia as possible. My tour ended up being for almost 10 weeks, 3020 miles/4860 kilometers, and I pedaled through 10 countries. I loved the entire tour but 2 aspects stand out: 1)France stands out for my favorite cycling, for the amazing secondary road system and because I got to climb, the Tourmalet, Aubisque, Peyresourde, Aspin, Mont Ventoux, Alpe D'Huez, Lauteret; and 2) I visited the home villages of three of my grandparents in Slovenia and Croatia. Crossing Italy I opted for the Italian Riviera and Tuscany, but later wished I had pedaled across the Lakes Region and the Dolomites. And because of factors out of my control I had to cut my trip short so I skipped my plans of zig zagging across Switzerland. Enjoy my journal and the pictures.

Celebrating Arrival To Slovenia
Tasting Travels - Tasting the Cultures of the world by bike
by Annika & Roberto, tour started November 2011, submitted 1 December 2013
language: en, de, es

Blog entries and Articles about people, places and cultures.

Bicycle Travel as a Model to Cultivate Empathy.

We are currently travelling by bicycle and promoting this idea along the way. We would like to share the wonders of bike travel with the world and help other people to plan their own. We do this by writing about our experiences in our blog, posting articles about people, places and their culture in our website and giving live presentations in schools. We are moved by the strong believe that bike travel is an excellent way to cultivate empathy in our world, not only towards human beings but to other living species. We hope you have fun browsing through our site and we will be happy to hear from you. We look forward to receiving your questions and reading your comments. We are at your service.

Roberto and Annika cycling through Iran in August 2012
Verona - Budapest II^ parte
by Stefano Cieno, tour started August 2013, submitted 29 November 2013
language: it

Itinerario con partenza da Verona e ritorno a Verona con bici proprie e treno. Seconda parte con attraversamento Budapest, Vienna, Bratislava.

See all 4 reports by Stefano Cieno

Verona - Budapest
by Stefano Cieno, tour started August 2013, submitted 25 November 2013

Il programma era ambizioso: partire da Verona in bici e in 10 giorni transitare per 5 stati e 3 capitali europee. Con un po' di fantasia e l'aiuto dei treni, l'abbiamo realizzato.

Le nostre tappe in bici:
10\08: Trieste - Capo d'Istria: km 36;
11\08: Maribor - Lenti: Km 98;
12\08: Lenti - lago Balaton: km 90;
13\08: Balaton - Syofok: Km 67;
14\08: Budapest
15\08: Budapest
16\08: Komaron- Gyor Km 52;
17\08: Gyor - Bratislava: Km 84;
18\08: Bratislava - Vienna: Km 76;
Spostamenti vari: Km 26.

See all 4 reports by Stefano Cieno

Cycle touring around the world
by Sam Thomson, tour started February 2013, submitted 24 November 2013

In January 2013 I set on to see the world by bike.

Me in Sudan crossing the sahara and a little dirty.
A journey from the Netherlands to Nepal
by Martin and Susanne, tour started February 2014, submitted 22 November 2013

We are embarking on a wonderful journey in February 2014. We will go through the most beautiful countries and meet the most joyful people. Follow us and share your ideas with us.

This is us on our way to the pyrenees, this was in the summer 2013 as a pre journey.
TransAlp Trip:Canadian Style
by Dave Pearce, tour started July 2013, submitted 20 November 2013

This trans alp cycling trip is our 5th in Europe and it is not too much different from the others except being twice as long.We are an older couple who doesn't mind a little bit of hard mountain touring with all of our gear and being sort of self sufficient as this is what we do when on long trips in Canada, canoeing, backpacking, cycle touring, when there are few facilities. All of our stays were in campsites except at the end and 98% of our meals were prepared or cooked. We usually do not rely on buses or trains and except for 150km, we carried all our gear.This was a 3800KM, 36,000m, 60 day trip that was even more spectacular than our other journeys.

The Alps are so grand and the infrastructure so good that cycle touring around and over the mountains is a lot of fun. Hope that readers can get a lot of good information from this trip report as we have received so much advice from the Trento Bike Pages in the past.

Dave and Pat Pearce

Pat looking over at the Grimselpass from the Furka
Da Londra a Verona III^ parte
by Beatrice Virga, tour started July 2013, submitted 14 November 2013
language: it

Sorvolo Verona ma che bella città! Il castello, l'Arena, la piazza con il mercato. Però non capisco, le strade sono strette, più di quelle delle colline e dei monti, ma circolano tanti SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle). La maggior parte dei guidatori non ha proprio nulla di sportivo, non ha rispetto per ciclisti né per pedoni, pretende sempre di sorpassare, strombazza e s'impazientisce. Ed io ero convinto che a Verona usassero soltanto le Giuliette dell'Alfa Romeo con i cuoricini attaccati al parafango posteriore!

Overflight Verona ... but what a beautiful city! The castle, the Arena, the square with the market. But I do not understand, the roads are narrow, more than those of the hills and mountains, but many circulating SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle). Most of the drivers has nothing of sports, has no respect for cyclists nor pedestrians, always wants to overtake, trumpets and s'impazientisce. And I was convinced that they used only in Verona Juliets Alfa Romeo with hearts attached to the rear fender!

See all 8 reports by Beatrice Virga

Da Londra a Verona - seconda parte
by Beatrice Virga, tour started August 2013, submitted 2 November 2013
language: it

Continua il viaggio di Bea accompagnata dal gabbiano Aaron.

Bea, testa dura, insiste a cercare le rarissime fontane in ferro per dissetarsi. La loro apertura a becco rispondono con un triste "sdeng" o molto spesso hanno acqua non potabile.

Leggi tutto...

See all 8 reports by Beatrice Virga

Sudtirol y Dolomitas
by EnBici, tour started August 2013, submitted 27 October 2013
Europe: Italy, Austria
language: es

Un viaje precioso por algunos de los carriles bici mas agradables de Europa

See all 5 reports by EnBici

Dolomitas a la salida de Bolzano
Da Londra a Verona, con un gabbiano per amico
by Beatrice Virga, tour started August 2013, submitted 15 October 2013
language: it

Aaron, il gabbiano di Folkestone, è un viaggiatore molto curioso. Passa il tempo, appollaiato su un palo o in volo, ad osservare gli esseri umani al punto di riuscire a leggerne i pensieri. "Una donna italiana con la nostra chiave inglese in mano" si chiese, "che cerca di assemblare una bicicletta bianca, rossa e blu, qui all'aeroporto, voglio proprio vedere cosa combina". Segue....

See all 8 reports by Beatrice Virga

Jeffs Bike Tour: Mediterranean Zig Zag
by Jeffrey Bernards, tour started April 2013, submitted 14 October 2013

I´m biking all the Mediterranean countries over a period of nine months. I spend about one month in each country. I have used the train or bus to help move the show down the road. I´m currently in Albania. I´m mostly camping, though hostels and hotels are always great too.

Croatia
Iceland: Cycling the Highlands
by Ren Keyport, tour started August 2013, submitted 28 September 2013
Europe: Iceland

A full account of a 10 day cycle tour through the highlands of Iceland completed late August 2013. This was a self supported tour of three friends, two of whom had never done a cycle tour before. Our route started in Hvolsvollur, passed through Landmannalaugar, up F26 past the Nyidalur hut and on to Laugafell finishing in Akureyri.

I've included lots of pictures and descriptions of road conditions as well as a detailed account of our gear and food. Enjoy!

The breakfast view from day 3.
Passo Fedaia circle tour 2013
by Iris Mueck, tour started September 2013, submitted 20 September 2013
Europe: Italy

The day before has been the Sella Ronda Bike Day, at South Tirol. And, as I have been in this area for this, I extended my tour to the following passes: Valparolo, Falzarego, Fedaia, Pordoij and Campolongo. Fedaia pass is close to the Marmolada massive. Start and finish has been at Corvara, a city in the middle of the Sella massive. This is more a picture page, as a tour description... Enjoy the pictures of my tour! Good luck to my followers!

See all 84 reports by Iris Mueck

Passo Falzarego downhill
Eurovelo 13 - Iron Curtain Trail
by Redazione ciaobici.it, tour started September 2013, submitted 19 September 2013
language: it

Lo scopo della Iron Curtain Trail, che è ancora in fase di sviluppo, è di trasferire anche l'idea di Storia sperimentandola pure a livello europeo. Questo percorso di 6800 km guida icicloturisti e i cicloviaggiatori dal mare Barents nel confine russo-norvegese al Mar Nero, lungo quella che era la cortina di ferro, che adesso non è più che una linea di demarcazione, semplicemente un simbolo di una condivisa, esperienza pan-europea in un'Europa riunificata. (Michael Kramer)

See all 2 reports by Redazione ciaobici.it

Valle d'Aosta, in bici tra storia miti e leggende
by Beatrice Virga, tour started June 2013, submitted 9 September 2013
Europe: Italy
language: it

"Non fidatevi di quello che si dice in giro sulla freddezza dei valdostani: roba vecchia che non tiene conto del recente riscaldamento del pianeta!"

Il racconto di viaggio di una amnate delle salite. Una settimana tra le vette più famose d'Italia.

See all 8 reports by Beatrice Virga

Riding Through History: Atlantic to Mediterranean
by Suze, tour started September 2013
Europe: France

The report of my solo 3-week journey starting in Bordeaux, near the Atlantic and finishing in Montpellier near the Mediterranean. In between were visits to prehistoric caves, churches and castles; Roman ruins, museums and artist studios; markets and (of course, it is France) plenty of restaurants. No camping, this trip I stayed as much as possible in bed and breakfasts. The riding was mostly through rolling countryside, though the Cevennes provided some real climbing. Fabulous cycling on those beautiful little roads of rural southern France.

See all 5 reports by Suze

From the Aveyron River, looking up towards the castle at Belcastel
The "Herzroute" from Lausanne to Zug (Switzerland)
by José Rössner, tour started June 2013, submitted 8 August 2013
Europe: Switzerland
language: en, nl, de

To start our bike season, we want to cycle the "Route 99" from Lausanne to Zug in Switzerland, called the "Herzroute".

We had to wait a long time due to the miserable spring weather.

Eventually, on 21 June 2013, the longest day of the year, we take the train to Lausanne in the afternoon, so we can begin the journey early next morning.

See all 22 reports by José Rössner

Between Oron and Rue
Short tour of the Pyrenees
by Richard Evans, tour started June 2013, submitted 5 August 2013
Europe: France

A five day tour of the Pyrenees, beginning in Foix and crossing westward to the Col d'Aubisque. The mountains lived up to expectation, with great climbs and descents. Following a week of heavy rain, I had to make a couple of diversions to deal with flood affected areas. Unfortunately that meant missing a couple of the highlights I went to do; the Tourmalet and Aubisque. The upsides, including dry weather, however, outweighed the problems. Here you will find a description of the route I took, the one I had intended to, as well as tips on hotels and restaurants along the way.

See all 6 reports by Richard Evans

deescending from the Col du Soulor
Greg and Kate bike from Toulouse to Nîmes
by Greg Shannan, tour started September 2001, submitted 14 July 2013
Europe: France

Descriptions of our cycling holidays in Europe for our friends. We are an old couple (a Canadian and an American) that travel by bike using hotels. This is a description of the places as much as the biking, but also relays our experience as cycling tourists in Europe.

This trip took place just after the September 11th tragedy, just after an emergency landing of the Air Transat flight in the Azores (Air Transat is our carrier), and during a period when we were told that flights over the pole would have to take a more southerly route because the Russians were testing missiles there. It wasn't until after we got back that the Ukrainians managed to shoot down an Israeli airliner with missiles over the Black Sea.

See all 10 reports by Greg Shannan

Cycling Provence: Kate and Greg Cycle Western Provence
by Greg Shannan, tour started 2002, submitted 14 July 2013
Europe: France

Descriptions of our cycling holidays in Europe for our friends. We are an old couple (a Canadian and an American) that travel by bike using hotels. This is a description of the places as much as the biking, but also relays our experience as cycling tourists in Europe.

Last year we biked from Toulouse to Nîs. We thought we would have liked to go further, but ran out of time. So this year we decided to "finish" the bottom of France and check out Provence. Here is a map.

See all 10 reports by Greg Shannan

Cycling the Auvergne, Dordogne and Lot
by Greg Shannan, tour started 2003, submitted 14 July 2013
Europe: France

Descriptions of our cycling holidays in Europe for our friends. We are an old couple (a Canadian and an American) that travel by bike using hotels. This is a description of the places as much as the biking, but also relays our experience as cycling tourists in Europe.

Clermont-Ferrand is considered to be the capital of the Massif Central area. It is a city with a population of 150,000, its main industry seems to be Michelin tires, and its main historical claims to fame are that it is near Vercingetorix's capital (he's the Gaulish chieftain who was beaten by Julius Ceasar -- and they are still sore about it around here), and the crusades were started here.

See all 10 reports by Greg Shannan

Greg and Kate Bike the Alps: Lyons, Chamonix and the St. Bernard Pass
by Greg Shannan, tour started September 2005, submitted 14 July 2013

Descriptions of our cycling holidays in Europe for our friends. We are an old couple (a Canadian and an American) that travel by bike using hotels. This is a description of the places as much as the biking, but also relays our experience as cycling tourists in Europe.

This year we biked from Lyon in West central France through some of the passes in the Alps.

See all 10 reports by Greg Shannan

Greg and Kate Bike in Italy: Rome to Florence
by Greg Shannan, tour started 2006, submitted 14 July 2013
Europe: Italy

Descriptions of our cycling holidays in Europe for our friends. We are an old couple (a Canadian and an American) that travel by bike using hotels. This is a description of the places as much as the biking, but also relays our experience as cycling tourists in Europe.

So this year we decided to ride in Italy. We wanted to see Rome and Florence and possibly further. In the end we didn't get much further.

See all 10 reports by Greg Shannan

Kate and Greg cycle from Toulouse to Barcelona, over the Pyrenees
by Greg Shannan, tour started 2008, submitted 14 July 2013
Europe: France, Spain

Descriptions of our cycling holidays in Europe for our friends. We are an old couple (a Canadian and an American) that travel by bike using hotels. This is a description of the places as much as the biking, but also relays our experience as cycling tourists in Europe.

We had already biked through some of France and Italy, so we decided that we should try to see some of Spain. Plus, after biking a bit through the Alps, we wanted to check out the Pyrenees; and since I'm pushing 63 and only have one good leg, I felt I'd better do this soon.

See all 10 reports by Greg Shannan

Kate and Greg bike the high cols of the French Alps
by Greg Shannan, tour started 2010, submitted 14 July 2013
Europe: France

Descriptions of our cycling holidays in Europe for our friends. We are an old couple (a Canadian and an American) that travel by bike using hotels. This is a description of the places as much as the biking, but also relays our experience as cycling tourists in Europe.

In 2007 Kate and I biked from Venice to Milan over the Stelvio Pass. When we got to the top of the Stelvio we found that this was the second highest pass in Europe. So this year we decided that we really needed to bike over the highest pass in Europe. This is the Col de l'Iseran, which, at 2770m, towers over the Stelvio by a full 13m.

To do this we decided to start from Marseille, and bike up to Bourg Saint Maurice, where we ended a previous trip over the Grand and Petite Saint Bernard Passes, and knew a friendly hotel. On the way we would see the Gorges du Verdon, the biggest canyon in Europe, and climb the Col d'Allos, the Col de Var, the Col de l'Izoard, the Col de Lauteret and the Galibier, and finally the Col de l'Iseran.

See all 10 reports by Greg Shannan

Kate and Greg bike Andalusia
by Greg Shannan, tour started 2011, submitted 14 July 2013
Europe: Spain

Descriptions of our cycling holidays in Europe for our friends. We are an old couple (a Canadian and an American) that travel by bike using hotels. This is a description of the places as much as the biking, but also relays our experience as cycling tourists in Europe.

Last year we biked some serious hills in the French Alps; so we wanted something less strenuous this year. We decided to go to Spain for a change, and settled on a trip through Andalusia from Granada through Cordoba, Seville, Cadiz, then the Mountains to Ronda and finally to Gibraltar.

See all 10 reports by Greg Shannan

Kate and Greg bike from Rome to Naples and South
by Greg Shannan, tour started 2012, submitted 14 July 2013
Europe: Italy

Descriptions of our cycling holidays in Europe for our friends. We are an old couple (a Canadian and an American) that travel by bike using hotels. This is a description of the places as much as the biking, but also relays our experience as cycling tourists in Europe.

Last year we biked through Andalusia in Spain to Gibraltar. This year we wanted to see some of Italy that we hadn't seen. Particularly, we wanted to see Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Mt. Vesuvius, and bike the Amalfi coast. This inevitably involved going to Naples.

See all 10 reports by Greg Shannan

Greg and Kate Bike From Venice to Milan
by Greg Shannan, tour started 2007, submitted 14 July 2013
Europe: Italy

Descriptions of our cycling holidays in Europe for our friends. We are an old couple (a Canadian and an American) that travel by bike using hotels. This is a description of the places as much as the biking, but also relays our experience as cycling tourists in Europe.

The idea behind this trip was that we would see Venice and Milan and get to bike another alpine pass, this time the Stelvio.

See all 10 reports by Greg Shannan

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