From Munich to Venice by bike in 12 days

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12 days





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!

4/5 Medium-Easy

Moderate-Difficult, between 50 and 100 kilometers per day with an elevation gain between 700 and 1300 meters.



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


Day 1: Munich
Arrival in Munich by individual means. After settling your luggage, if time allows, take the opportunity to explore this beautiful city rich in culture and splendid gardens like the Nymphenburg Park, a green lung with fountains and flowers surrounding a quaint and precious Baroque palace.

Day 2: Munich – Bad Tölz (60 km)
Following the Isar River, you will depart from Munich and immediately immerse yourself in untouched nature. Along the route, you will encounter abbeys and Bavarian villages, and after passing through the wetlands of the Isar River you will reach Bad Tölz, a renowned thermal resort and picturesque town that combines the charm of Baroque buildings with that of nature, with the mighty Alps which encircle it to the south.

Day 3: Bad Tölz – Schwaz/Jenbach or Maurach (68 or 77 km)
Again today, you will follow the flow of the Isar River to Lake Sylverstein. Having crossed the Karwendel natural park, you will then pass the border between Germany and Austria reaching the Achensee tourist region, with the eponymous mountain lake. An opportunity for a boat trip before continuing along the Inn Valley and covering the final stretch to reach Maurach/Jenbach or Schwaz.

Day 4: Schwaz/Jenbach or Maurach – Innsbruck (43 or 50 km)
From Jenbach or Schwaz, you will continue on the cycle path along the Inn River to Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol. Enjoy a walk in the historic centre, visit the famous "Golden Roof" or the "Bergisel", the Olympic ski jump located on Mount Isel, a real architectural attraction.

Day 5: Innsbruck – Rio Pusteria (55 km)
The challenging part of this stage, between Innsbruck and Brenner, on the border between Austria and Italy, is overcome with a transfer by train or bus (included). Only a few buildings remind of the old border. From Brenner, you will cycle along the old railway line passing through Vipiteno and Fortezza to Rio di Pusteria.

Day 6: Rio Pusteria – Villabassa or Dobbiaco (50 or 55 km)
Cycling along the Rienza River through the Pusteria Valley, on a well-maintained cycle path, you will reach Brunico. Take a walk along the main street of the old city with its quaint shops filled with typical products. We also recommend a visit to the provincial museum of customs and usages in Teodone, an outdoor ethnographic museum that depicts the life of rural society of a bygone era, from the nobility to manual labour. Leaving Brunico you will continue along the bike path following the Rienza River to Villabassa or Dobbiaco.

Day 7: Villabassa or Dobbiaco – Cortina d’Ampezzo (30 or 35 km)
Today you will head for the Val di Landro, cycling on the bike path that follows the route of the old railway. This stage will take you to Lake Dobbiaco and then Lake Landro, not before enjoying a breathtaking view of the Three Peaks. Following a spectacular route, through illuminated tunnels, you will arrive in the vibrant and renowned Cortina d’Ampezzo, the Pearl of the Dolomites.

Day 8: Cortina d’Ampezzo – Longarone (55 km)
Continuing a slight downhill, you will admire on your right the view of Mount Pelmo, and on your left that of Sorapis and then Antelao. Passing through the Boite Valley you will arrive in Titian's birthplace, Pieve di Cadore. Using the new bike path, you will reach Longarone, a city completely rebuilt following the tragedy of 1963, when a landslide from Mount Toc fell into the Vajont dam's reservoir causing a wave that overflowed the dam and overwhelmed the village below.

Day 9: Longarone – Conegliano (55 km)
From Longarone you will continue by bike to Conegliano, where you can visit the castle, the square and the frescoed cathedral.

Day 10: Conegliano – Treviso (50 km)
Leaving the Alps behind, you will continue through the plain towards Treviso and its canals. You will admire the magnificent villas of the architect Palladio who, especially in this area close to the influence of the naval power of Venice, created many of his masterpieces.

Day 11: Treviso – Venice/Mestre (47 km)
Continuing towards the sea you will cycle on the path that runs alongside the Sile River to Venice/Mestre. From here, you will have the chance to discover the lavish Serenissima.

Day 12: Venice/Mestre
After breakfast, the services end and individual departures.


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✅ 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
  • Transfer by train or bus from Innsbruck to Brennero (Pass)
  • Stop in Dobbiaco for bike check
  • up (only for rented bikes)

❌ 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 29 days of departure
  • 75%
  • From 13 to 29 days before departure
  • 50%
  • Up to 7 days before departure
  • Not refundable

From Munich to Venice by bike in 12 days

  • To cross the Karwendel Natural Park and reach the Achensee, the Tyrolean Sea
  • To visit the famous Golden Roof or the Bergisel, the Olympic ski jumping hill, in Innsbruck
  • To enjoy a magnificent panorama of the Three Peaks of Lavaredo and continue to Cortina d'Ampezzo, the Pearl of the Dolomites
  • To reach romantic Venice with its canals and historical buildings
  • To treat yourself to a pleasant and varied route from the Alps to the Adriatic, between Germany, Italy and Austria by bike

🙋 Frequently asked questions

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  • What kind of assistance will I have during the trip?

  • How do I know if a tour is within my capabilities?

  • What is the cost of renting bicycles?

  • Are rented bikes equipped with accessories like lights or bags?


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