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Europe (all)

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

Cycling info pages (continued)

Armenia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Europe: Armenia

News and recent activities, In the news, International documents; current news, about Armenia, political structure, visa regulations, embassies and consulates, foreign missions in Armenia, conventions.

Rec.Travel Library: Belgium
Europe: Belgium
Rec.Travel Library: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Europe: Bosnia
Rec.Travel Library: Bulgaria
Europe: Bulgaria
Rec.Travel Library: Croatia
Europe: Croatia
General Information on the Republic of Croatia
Europe: Croatia
language: hr, en
Cycling in the Czech Republic
by Filip Kadlec

General, where to go, what to see, maps, language, trains, when to travel, accomodation.

Rec.Travel Library: Czech Republic
The Homepage of Ernst Poulsen
by Ernst Poulsen
language: dk, en

Ernst Poulsen is a photo journalist, and has photos from bicycle trips to China and Israel.

See all 6 reports by Ernst Poulsen

Rec.Travel Library: Denmark
Europe: Denmark
Rec.Travel Library: Estonia
Europe: Estonia
Rec.Travel Library: Finland
Europe: Finland
Pari Mont-Blanc
Europe: France

Pari Mont-Blanc is a challenge for two men, Eric Foulon and Pascal Carré, to climb the Mont-Blanc by an ambitious and original way: departure from Paris to Saint-Gervais by bicycle and arrival at the Mont-Blanc by the Dome du Gouter

Cycling in the Pyrenees
Europe: France

from the pages of the Ariège region, has some information about events in the area.

Rec.Travel Library: France
Europe: France
Rec.Travel Library: Faroe Islands
Europe: FaroeIslands
French Railways
Europe: France
language: fr, en, es, de, it, nl
Rec.Travel Library: Germany
Europe: Germany
Kartographische Verlage
by Helmut Vogel
Europe, America

A list of web addresses of (bicycle) map publishers. At the last count, it listed 610 publishers in 98 countries.

Books about on-road and off-road itineraries in England
by Andrew Henry and Shaun C. Murray
Europe: UK
The Ultimate Links List of Land's End to John o'Groats Cycle Trips
by Ian & Clare
Europe

Nearly two hundred links, must of which describe tours.

Rec.Travel Library: Hungary
Europe: Hungary
Rec.Travel Library: Greece
Europe: Greece
48 Bicycle Advocacy Groups Around the World
by Ernst Poulsen

For all those going abroad - or searching for advocacy-advice from other countries - here is a list of the 48 most important bicycle groups around the world. These groups specialize not only in bicycle advocacy but also in tourism, consumer issues, hpv-matters, etc. The list includes e-mail and homepage addresses where I have been able to find them - and a word of introduction (explanation) about the nature of these groups.

See all 6 reports by Ernst Poulsen

Rec.Travel Library: Israel
Europe: Israel
bike.org.il
Europe: Israel
language: hbr

Books (on-road and off-road)
Europe: Italy
Ciclopiste in Torino
by Becana
Europe: Italy
language: it

Bicycle paths in Turin.

See all 3 reports by Becana

Mountain Biking Guidebooks for Lago di Garda/Gardasee
by Becana
Europe: Italy

See all 3 reports by Becana

The Official Site of the Italian Railways (Ferrovie dello Stato)
Europe: Italy

With timetables.

Treno + Bici / Trains and Bicycles
by FIAB
Europe: Italy
language: it

Complete information, from the site of FIAB - la Federazione Italiana Amici della Bicicletta.

Italian Tourist Web Guide
Europe: Italy

General information on Trentino
Europe: Italy
General information on Alto Adige/Südtirol
by Altea
Europe: Italy
language: it
Rec.Travel Library: Italy
Europe: Italy
Modena Mode
by Sue Darlow
Europe: Italy

Cycling photographer Sue Darlow has lived for many years in the city of Modena, where you don't have to be a cyclist to cycle.

The first time I visited Modena, a small city near Bologna in the plain sandwiched between the Apennines and the Alps, and famous for its balsamic vinegar, I cycled there from the airport. What a pleasant surprise. In addition to a lovely porticoed city centre painted in warm yellows and earthy browns and the magnificent marble Romanesque cathedral, the place was alive with cyclists. [...]

Now that I have lived here for so many years and observed the Modenese awheel, something has dawned on me: a 'bike culture' is not necessarily something that is self-consciously created by people who love and promote cycling, who know all about gear ratios, aerodynamics and frame angles and who dress the part.

Lycra what? © Sue Darlow
Rec.Travel Library: Iceland
Europe: Iceland
Rec.Travel Library: Jordan
Europe: Jordan
Rec.Travel Library: Latvia
Europe: Latvia
Visit Montenegro"
Europe: Montenegro

Montenegro - the pearl of the Mediterranean, unique in many ways, and situated in the south of the Adriatic. There is nowhere else that one can find in such a small place so much natural wealth, beauty, mild beaches, clear lakes, fast rivers and gorgeous mountains - except in Montenegro. In the morning you can wake up in the beautiful Adriatic coast, have lunch on the banks of Skadar Lake, and enjoy the evening walks in the Montenegrin mountains. Montenegro is a place that cannot leave you indifferent.

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