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Cycling Holidays in Austria
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Cycling Holidays Austria

Cycling Holidays in Austria


Prague to Budapest Ride

on the way to Mikulov
11 Days from CAD 6,458
CAD 6,140

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Visit historic capitals from the Czech Republic (Czechia) to Hungary


Austrian Lakes Activities

Cycling Holidays in Austria
8 Days from CAD 3,165

Self-Guided Holidays (Incl. Taxes)

Fabulous scenery and a choice of activities including walking or cycling

Walking & Trekking

Cycling from Vienna to Budapest

Cycling Holidays in Austria
8 Days from CAD 2,520

Self-Guided Holidays (Incl. Taxes)

Enjoy 3 capital cities in one week as you journey from Austria to Hungary


Cycling on the Danube from Passau to Vienna

Cycling Holidays in Austria
8 Days from CAD 2,385

Self-Guided Holidays (Incl. Taxes)

Ride on dedicated cycle routes through Austria and Germany


Highlights of Lake Constance by Bike

Lake Constance, Austria
8 Days from CAD 2,710

Self-Guided Holidays (Incl. Taxes)

Explore Austria, Switzerland and Germany by bike on gentle cycling trails


Passau to Vienna Cycling

Cycling Holidays in Austria
11 Days from CAD 3,620

Self-Guided Holidays (Incl. Taxes)

Discover the most popular cycle paths in Europe.


This was a good adventure through three countries, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. Starting with Thailand, the first day’s cycling had a mix of temples to see as well as cycling but I felt that day 2 and 3 we were just cycling to get out of Thailand with not much to see and was a bit boring. Cambodia was amazing with not just the amazing Angkor complex, but also the more sombre sights of Phnom Penh, S-21 and the Killing Fields, where our local guide’s personal stories really made you think. Vietnam was different again, with much better scenery for cycling and a lovely stay in the Mekong Delta. Saigon, you are left to explore on your own. I visited the War Remnants museum and the Independence Palace, which both were an interesting visit. The local teams who organised the cycling, were well organised with a special shout out to the Vietnam team, though their roads were the bumpiest.

Christopher Mather Cycle Indochina & Angkor

Good trip enjoyed by all

Robert Bowman Cycle the Baltics

This was a fasinating trip and and an excellent way to experience the three countries. The culture, the people, the food and drink. The cycling was generally easy and flat. The bikes were fairly heavy but behaved well. The pannier was a great way to easily carry gear you may need during the day. Andrius was a great guide with masses of information about the history of the countries. His sense of humour was brilliant and he looked after us very well organising places to eat, getting snacks for lunches and choosing a beer!
We had a great driver in Anatoli who was very patient waiting for us when we had an impromptu stop, or two, for an icecream.

Ian Craggs Cycle the Baltics