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Maybe you’re wondering what the best self-guided walking tours in Europe are, or where will two wheels help you make the most of seeing the sights in a slightly unusual way, entirely at your own pace.
Perhaps you just want some inspiration for which destination is calling for you this summer. We’ve collected some of our popular self-guided tours together to help you pick the perfect escape just for you.
Ideas for Self-Guided Trips
Best for: Coastal Cravings
Let the Adriatic and Ionian coasts be your guide along this thin peninsula, the heel of the Italian boot.
Discover the quiet, colourful isle of Gozo on foot, passing fishing villages and spectacular scenery as you go.
Best for: Mountain Highs
Beautiful Bavaria is endlessly enchanting, from fairytale forests to castles steeped in stories, myths and legends.
Enjoy leisurely rides along crystal-clear lakes, with plenty of opportunities to swim in the clear waters and munch on the finest apfelstrudel.
Stay in Dobbiaco, the heart of the Dolomites, and combine world-class alpine walking and 4-star comfort.
Best for: Iconic Journeys
Follow in pilgrim’s footsteps on the most famous long-distance path in Europe. The finale is the stunning town of Satiago de Compostella.
Take on legendary Mont Ventoux, of Tour de France fame – and earn yourself that yellow jersey.
Follow the sweeping curves of the River Danube past Trappist monasteries, ancient castles and vineyards.
Best for: Food Fanatics
Wine and dine like a king amidst ancient chateaux and rolling vineyards. Linger as long as you like over any meal – there’s no schedule to stick to on a self-guided ride.
Indulge in one of Italy’s loveliest wine regions. Walk the vineyards by day, taste their vintages each evening – and, dine in Michelin starred restaurants.
Perfect pizzas are always on the menu, and there’s no better digestif than a shot of zesty limoncello!
Visit the trip pages below for more information about each tour.