9 Days by bike

The cycle path “München-Venezia” combines a leisure cycling experience with the adventure of traversing the Alps from Germany passing through Austria to reach Italy. Riding through cycling paths, cycle routes or small side roads you will have the opportunity of visiting  three Countries and lots of outstanding natural and cultural beauties. München-Venezia starts in the capital of Bavaria Munich, and leads along Bavarian lakes and Tyrolean rivers through the UNESCO world natural heritage – the Dolomites – passing through Treviso and finally arrives in Venice, also known as the “Serenissima”, famous for its doges palaces and stunning canals.

Day 1: Arrival to Munich:

Arrival to Bavarian capital Munich

Day 2: Munich – Tegernsee (approx. 60 km)    

Cycling along the Isar river, you’ll leave Monaco. The course of the river and the wild nature will accompany the route in southerly direction. The day ends reaching the Lake Tergen in the middle of the Bavarian Alps.

Day 3: Tegernsee – Jenbach (approx. 64 km)

Following the course of the Isar river, you’ll reach the famous tourist region of Achensee, where we find the homonymous mountain lake. There you could enjoy a boat trip before continuing to the Inn Valley until reaching the City of Jenbach.

Day 4: Jenbach – Mühlbach/Rio di Pusteria (approx. 96 km + train or bus)

From Jenbach cycling on the cycling path along the river Inn, you’ll reach Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol. The city offers many activities and place of interest including: the beautiful old town, the famous “Golden Roof”, symbol of the city, the “Bergisel”, an Olympic ski jump located on the Mount Isel and the “Bergisel-Museum”, dedicated to the battle on Mount Isel. Leaving Innsbruck you’ll reach by train or bus the Brenner, on the border between Austria and Italy. From there, cycling along the old railway line you’ll pass the Vipiteno Dairy and the City of Fortezza, reaching Rio Pusteria, the last stop of the day.

Day 5: Mühlbach/Rio di Pusteria – Niederdorf/Villabassa or Toblach/ Dobbiaco (approx. 50 – 55 km)

Cycling along the Livenza river you’ll reach the City of Brunico. We recommend a stop to visit the “Provincial Museum of Uses and Customs” in the nearby City of Teodone, an outdoor ethnographic museum that shows the life of the ancient rural society. From Brunico, riding on the cycle path along the Rienza river, you’ll reach the City of Villabassa/Dobbiaco.

Day 6: Niederdorf/Villabassa or Toblach/Dobbiaco – Pieve di Cadore (approx. 60 – 65 km)

Cycling on the bike path along the old railway, towards the Val of Landro, you’ll have the opportunity to admire wonderful places and landscape as the Lake Dobbiaco, the view of the “Three Peaks of Lavaredo” and the Lake Landro, on the foot of Mount Cristallo. Cycling along an extraordinary path, interspersed with long tunnels through the mountain, you’ll reach Cortina d’Ampezzo. The path proceeds downhill, crossing the “Valle del Boite”. You’ll have the opportunity to admire in this wonderful ride, oh the right the view of Mount Pelmo and on the left the view of Mount Sorapis nd Mount Antelao.At the end of the day, you’ll reach the City of Pieve di Cadore, the birthplace of the famous sixteenth-century painter Tiziano.

Day 7: Pieve di Cadore – Conegliano (approx. 81 km)

Cycling on a brand new cycling path, you’ll reach Longarone, from there you proceed cycling to the City of Conegliano.

Day 8: Conegliano – Venice mainland/Mestre (approx. 94 km)                            

Leaving the Alps behind, you’ll cycling on plain towards the City of Treviso, know as “the city of bicycles”. Alon the way you’ll admire the splendid Palladio’s Villas. Moving on the cycle path, along the Sile river, you’ll reach the City of Venice- Mestre. From here you can begin to admire the of Venice, the “Serenissima”.

Day 9: Departure

Individual departure or possibility to extend your stay



  • Overnight stay in a hotel with 3 or 4 stars
  • Buffet Breakfast
  • Luggages transport from hotel to hotel 
  • Transfer by train or bus from Innsbruck to the Brenner Pass
  • Designed Paths
  • Comprehensive and complete tour information material (route maps, route description, useful telephone numbers, advice on places to visit)
  • Medical and baggage insurance
  • Telephone assistance service for the duration of the trip


  • Tax of stay
  • Meals not included in the fee
  • Tip, extra and what not expressly provided


  • Take away lunch
  • Local guide 100,00 € per day
  • Single Room Supplement 25,00 € for night/person

Other info

  • Arrival by car:
    Follow the Brenner motorway A22 then A13 to Innsbruck, then continue towards Germany via the E45 and finally the A8 to Munich
  • Arrival by train:
    Munich Main Station
  • Arrival by plane:
    Munich Airport or Treviso or Venice Marco Polo. A transfer service to the departure hotel is available on request
  • Parking lot:
    The car can be parked on the parking lot of the first hotel (from Euro 5,00 per night). The parking space must be booked before and paid on site. The key of the car must be delivered to the reception of the hotel.
  • Accommodation:
    Hotel at 3 or 4 stars. Please, pay attention: any tourist tax is payable directly on site.
  • Transfer:
    Good connections from Venice/Mestre to Monaco ( or

    We can gladly arrange return transfers from the entrance of  Mestre’s motorway to Munich, Departing on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at the price of € 145.00 per person (including bikes). Payment on booking. Price from the airport at the entrance of the motorway on request.
  • Bicycles on rent:
    Bicycle with 21 changes (models for women and men)
    7-change bike (unisex model) with pedal brake
    Electric bike (unisex model)


980,00 €