Bavaria by bike on the Danube Cycle Path

pin-icon Baviera

close-icon

Close

Shareshare-icon

facebook-iconemail-icon
bavaria-by-bike-on-the-danube-cycle-path
bavaria-by-bike-on-the-danube-cycle-path
bavaria-by-bike-on-the-danube-cycle-path
bavaria-by-bike-on-the-danube-cycle-path
bavaria-by-bike-on-the-danube-cycle-path
bavaria-by-bike-on-the-danube-cycle-path
bavaria-by-bike-on-the-danube-cycle-path
bavaria-by-bike-on-the-danube-cycle-path
bavaria-by-bike-on-the-danube-cycle-path

Look at the mapsmall-map-icon

Shareshare-icon

facebook-iconemail-icon

Half

Bike Tours, E-bike tours

Duration

8 days

Duration

330Km

people-icon

With family

Capture memorable moments by starting with your family and your children!
people-icon

Self-guided

The beauty of this package is in the freedom it offers: without a guide, you are free to decide the timing, pace, and stops of your journey. Travel freely, travel your way!
time-icon

2/5 Medium-Easy

Moderate-Easy, between 25 and 65 kilometers per day with an elevation gain between 150 and 300 meters.

large-map-icon

Linear

The starting point is different from the ending point, with overnight stays in different hotels and daily stages.

Description

Day 1: Donauwörth/ Wörnitzstein
Arrive on your own in the picturesque Donauwörth, located at the confluence of the Wornitz and Danube rivers. With the construction of the first bridge over the Danube on the Augsburg-Nuremberg trading route, the town gained importance and became a city in 1193. The Doll Museum (Käthe-Kruse-Puppenmuseum) is always a great attraction for young and old.

Day 2: Donauwörth/ Wörnitzstein – Ingolstadt (65 km)
In this first stage, you will quickly move through Bavaria by bike along the beautiful cycle path at the foot of the Franconian Jura, one of the most fascinating mountainous regions in Germany. As a result, you will have to face some hilly stretches, but will soon reach Neuburg, where we recommend visiting the old town and the towering castle, before continuing to Ingolstadt, home of Audi, where you can visit the Car Museum and the beautiful historic centre, with the castle and the large squares.

Day 3: Ingolstadt – Kelheim/Abensberg (50 or 60 km) | boat tour
Today you will cycle along the river to Neustadt and then proceed through hops fields to Bad Gögging. Further on, between Weltenburg Abbey and Kelheim, awaits an unmissable natural spectacle: the Danube Gorges. Before getting back on the saddle have a rest in the monastery brewery, where time seems to have stopped. Here, you can taste local craft beers and sample traditional dishes, surrounded by a historic and relaxing atmosphere. From there, take the boat that will lead you through the Gorge to Kelheim. Alternatively, you could choose to stay overnight in Abensberg and take the boat trip the following day.

Day 4: Kelheim/Abensberg/ Bad Gögging – Regensburg (55 km) | boat tour
Along the Abens and then the Danube, cycle up to the Benedictine monastery of Weltenburg. One of the best ways to enjoy this extraordinary spectacle is definitely by boat; in fact, from the Benedictine monastery of Weltenburg, built on a sandbank, you will embark to reach the city of Kelheim by the river. Later you can visit the Befreiungshalle (Hall of Liberation), a neoclassical historical monument, built on Mount Michelsberg, which overlooks the city: from here you will enjoy a magnificent view of the Bavarian city of Kelheim. The route then continues to Regensburg, the northernmost point on the Danube and the best-preserved city in Germany, a UNESCO cultural monument.

Day 5: Regensburg – Straubing (55 km)
In this stage of your journey through Bavaria by bike, we recommend you to make your first stop at the Walhalla temple, one of the most important neoclassical monuments in Germany, modeled after the Parthenon in Athens, built at the end of the 19th century by King Ludwig I. The route then continues along the Danube, which now begins to generously branch out into the surrounding territory. You will cycle to Straubing, the main city in the Gäuboden region.

Day 6: Straubing – Deggendorf (40 km)
Today's stage will initially lead you to Bogen, which became famous when a statue of the Madonna was found there in 1104. The Assumption Church standing on Bogenberg is the oldest pilgrimage church in Bavaria. The final destination for the day is the charming and vibrant city of Deggendorf, the gateway to the Bavarian Forest, the pulsating heart of which is Luitpoldplatz, the old market square overlooked by the old 16th century town hall, with its mighty Gothic tower.

Day 7: Deggendorf – Passau (55 km)
This final stage of your bike trip in Bavaria, after having made you cross the historic town of Vilshofen, will quickly lead you to your final destination: Passau, the city of three rivers and ancient episcopal residence. Take some time for a walk in the old town or for a boat trip on the Danube, the Inn, and the Ilz.

Day 8: Passau
After breakfast, the services end, and you can depart on your own. There is the possibility to extend your stay.
bike-tree

By choosing to travel by bike with us, you help us make the world a better place: we plant a tree for every trip sold

Why book online on Cyclando?

Because we guarantee you the lowest price and if your tour is not available or confirmed, you can always opt for the refund of the amount paid, or choose another tripfrom the over 800 on the platform.

Our cancellation insurance is the most advantageous you will find around!

add-info-check-icon

Cancel for any reason

Trip cancellation for any documentable reason: pregnancy, illness, work and more, guaranteed.

add-info-money-icon

Coverage of all costs

Full insurance covers all travel costs and penalties from companies, without worries.

add-info-rec-icon

Refund in 7 days

With Smart Claims, we guarantee fast refunds in just 7 days for complete peace of mind.

✅ What is included in the trip?

  • Travel/Medical Insurance 24/24
  • Overnight stay and breakfast
  • Luggage transfer
  • Local telephone assistance 7/7
  • Detailed description and maps of the itinerary
  • GPS or navigation APP
  • Entrance to Ingolstadt's Automobile Museum
  • Boat from Weltenburg to Kelheim (bike transport included)

❌ What is not included?

  • Transfers not listed as "Included"
  • City tax
  • Tips
  • Journey to/from the starting point of the tour
  • Meals and drinks not listed as "Included"
  • Bike rental
  • Extras
  • Entrance fees, ferries and anything not listed as "Included"
  • Welcome briefing

💸 Cancellation fees

  • Time Range
  • Full refund
  • More 27 days of departure
  • 80%
  • From 13 to 27 days before departure
  • 60%
  • From 6 to 13 days before departure
  • 20%
  • From 0 to 6 days before departure
  • 10%

Bavaria by bike on the Danube Cycle Path

  • To begin the journey from the German city of Donauwörth, located on the Romantic Road, and walk along the Reichstraße, one of the most beautiful roads in Southern Germany
  • To experience in a single day a variety of exciting experiences, such as cycling at the feet of one of Germany's most fascinating mountain ranges, reaching the magnificent Neuburg castle that rises on the banks of the Danube, and visit the Audi Museum, one of the most visited automobile museums
  • To enjoy the incredible natural spectacle of the Danube Gorges on board a boat, sailing the river waters from Weltenburg Abbey, Bavaria's oldest, to the Bavarian city of Kelheim
  • To stroll through the characteristic streets and historic squares of Regensburg's city centre, one of Bavaria's oldest cities and a World Heritage site
  • To visit Walhalla, the imposing temple commissioned by Ludwig I when he was still the crown prince, built on the model of the Athenian Parthenon and one of Germany's most important neoclassical monuments
  • To stop in the charming city of Deggendorf, the entrance to the Bavarian Forest, Germany's first national park where wild nature reigns unchallenged
  • To travel the last stretch of the German Danube, known for its typical Bavarian landscape rich in churches, monasteries, and baroque villages
  • To end the journey in Passau, the world's only city located at the confluence of three rivers, and stroll through the streets of the picturesque old town
  • To discover Bavaria by bike following the Danube Cycle Path, one of the longest and most famous bike routes in Europe

🙋 Frequently asked questions

  • Can I bring my own bike?

    arrow-down-icon
  • What kind of assistance will I have during the trip?

    arrow-down-icon
  • How do I know if a tour is within my capabilities?

    arrow-down-icon
  • What is the cost of renting bicycles?

    arrow-down-icon
  • Are rented bikes equipped with accessories like lights or bags?

    arrow-down-icon

Organized by

cyclando-logo

Radweg-Reisen GmbH

Best Price Guaranteed!

Starting from 699per person

stariicon4.9/5on15 reviews
calendar-large-icon

How many of you will there be?

Adults

Minimum participant number = 1

remove-icon

1

plus-icon

KidsAges 0-17

remove-icon

0

plus-icon

Do you want to rent bikes?

Do you have any doubts of any kind?

Cyclando srl

Tour operator with Europe Assistance RC Insurance 4249713 - Registered with the Guarantee Fund with A.I.A.V. Associazione Italiana Agenti di Viaggio trough IL SALVAGENTE s.c. a r.l.. All rights reserved.

VAT ID: 03880320365

© Cyclando 2024 - All rights reserved.

partner-logo-1partner-logo-2partner-logo-3

Version 1.19.1

Sign up and receive unique travel offers!

Become part of our community, stay updated on our activities