Cycle through the magnificent glacial valleys of South Tyrol and Trentino and discover the traditional lifestyle in the quaint old towns along the way. From the high alpine Passo Resia at 1455m you descend all the way down to the sub-Mediterranean shores of Lake Garda. En route you will witness grand views of the Alps and Dolomites and pedal through premium vineyards and lush apple orchards. Visit charming towns such as Silandro, with the highest church tower in South Tyrol, and elegant Merano boasting a still very traditional atmosphere. In Bolzano savour a creamy cappuccino and enjoy magnificent views on the surrounding hills covered with vines and the rugged Dolomite spires in the background. In Trento make sure to visit the Piazza Duomo with its beautiful fountain and the impressive Buonconsiglio castle.
Arrive in Silandro (Schlanders in German), chief town of the Venosta Valley and settle-in at your cozy family run hotel. Then, leisurely stroll through town to discover its many sights like the steep church tower, the highest of South Tyrol.
Saturday from April 25 till October 10.
|Double room, breakfast||810.00|
|Transfer||€ 18.33 x 6||110.00|
|Bike helmet||per piece||15.00|
6 nights included
3/4 Star Hotels
Tourist information on all the places of interest
The possibility of renting our bikes
7-days a week service-hotline
Luggage transport to your next hotel
Silandro (Return from Rovereto)
Parking possibilities at the hotel
Silandro (Return from Riva del Garda)
The best airports to fly into are Innsbruck (INN), Verona (VRN) and Venice (VCE). All three are serviced by both major and low cost international carriers.
Arrival in Silandro
If you arrive from either Verona (VRN) or Venezia (VCE), reach the central Railway Station Verona Porta Nuova by bus/train. Once there, you can reach Silandro by train, changing in Bolzano and Merano.
If you arrive from Innsbruck Airport (INN), reach the Railway Station Innsbruck HBF (Hauptbahnhof). Once there, take a train to Silandro (change in Brenner, Merano or Bolzano).