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Internationale groepsreis Highlights of Lake Constance by Bike

Bordered by the majestic Alpine peaks of Germany, Switzerland and Austria, the turquoise shoreline and pebbly beaches of Lake Constance are shared between three countries.

8 dagen vanaf € 1.585 (excl. vlucht)

Bijkomende kosten €26,25
p.p. o.b.v. 2 personen


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    • — Flat and flexible cycling along beautiful lakeside paths, wildflower fields, vineyards and cherry orchards — Historical and cultural: Baroque churches, Gothic cathedrals, fairytale palaces, romantic castles — Postcard-pretty villages, half-timbered, frescoed towns, cafe-lined waterfronts and stunning mountain views — Wonderful flora and fauna en route, including kingfishers, cormorants and red-crested pochards.
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    8 dagen vanaf € 1.585

    Bijkomende kosten €26,25
    p.p. o.b.v. 2 personen

Route 8 daagse Groepsrondreis Highlights of Lake Constance by Bike

As Central Europe's third largest lake, cycling around the lake is special in that you visit all three countries in a week. Hosting a huge 270km lakeside cycling path, it's a beautifully flat journey from one country to the next, where you'll take in the sights and scents of cherry orchards, wildflower fields and daisy-strewn meadows. Cross the mighty Rhine Delta that straddles the border between Austria and Switzerland and encounter wonderful wildlife, including kingfishers hidden in the reeds. Take a refreshing dip in the turquoise waters during stop-offs, visit half-timbered frescoed towns for lunch (kretzer (perch) and zander (pike-perch) are Konstanz specialities), and then admire the myriad of Baroque churches and Gothic cathedrals. Brimming with historical and cultural highlights, jump off your bike to visit fairytale Meersburg boasting twin castles, steep streets and vine-covered hillsides. Get a true taste of Germany when cycling through the Bavarian vineyards - local Muller-Thurgau wines come from Riesling and Silvaner grapes for which Lake Constance is famous. For chocolate-lovers, mediaeval Stein am Rhein boasts an array of lovely chocolate shops, and you can visit the 11th century monastery while you're there.

  1. Dag 1 - Arrive in Bregenz
  2. Dag 2 - Bregenz to Arbon
  3. Dag 3 - Arbon to Stein am Rhein
  4. Dag 4 - Stein am Rhein to Konstanz
  5. Dag 5 - At Konstanz
  6. Dag 6 - Konstanz to Friedrichshafen
  7. Dag 7 - Friedrichshafen to Bregenz
  8. Dag 8 - Leave Bregenz
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