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Innsbruck to Vienna Self-guided 14-day Cycling Tour Level 2
Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, the beautiful Salzkammergut as well as many lakes and rivers, and finally the Waltz Metropole Vienna make this cycling trip to an unique experience.
Mostly flat with some hilly stretches in the Salzkammergut, completely flat in the Danube valley.
Please book your bike (78 EUR) or e-bike (179 EUR) when you book the tour: [email protected]
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Individual arrival and bike hand over (if you have booked our bikes). Use the extra time for a stroll through the picturesque old part of this cultural and fascinating town.
Innsbruck – Zillertal, approx. 45km
Worth seeing is the old city center with the "Golden Roof". After that, you leave Innsbruck by the Olympic Village and cycle via Hall to Wattens. Here you can visit the Swarovski Crystal Worlds. Via Schwaz you reach Strass im Zillertal.
Zillertal - Wörgl, approx. 25km
Today several castles show the way to Brixlegg and Rattenberg (smallest town in Tyrol). Visit the museum of Tyrolean farms before you reach Wörgl.
Wörgl – Kirchberg/Kitzbühel, approx. 24km
From the Inntal Valley you cycle into the hilly “Kaiserwinkl” of Tyrol and by passing picturesque villages you reach Kitzbühel. Tip: you can shorten the way by taking a train from Wörgl to Westendorf (18km, 300m in altitude).
Kirchberg/Kitzbühel – Lofer, approx. 45km + train ride St. Johann - Saalfelden
Cycling to St. Johann, up to Hochfilzen and leogang you will cross the summit by train until you reach Saalfelden in the Saalachtal. Follow the river Saalach to Lofer.
Lofer - Salzburg, approx. 45km
Leaving the traditional Lofer, the cycle route leads you along the banks of the Saalach along the "green border" to the Bavarian Bad Reichenhall. Once again, in Austria, you will meet soon in the cultural city of Salzburg, the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Salzburg – Wolfgangsee, approx. 45km
You begin the tour exploring the birthplace of the world famous classical composer W.A. Mozart. Cycling along the breathtaking Drachenwand you reach the beautiful Mondsee. Enjoy the downhill to St.Gilgen and let the day end up with a ship ride on the “Wolfgangsee”.
Wolfgangsee – Traunsee, approx. 40km
You explore St.Wolfgang before you cycle to the old imperial village of Bad Ischl, where you find traces and follow the footprints of Emperor Franz Josef and his Empress Sissi all over the area. A “must-do” is a stop at the famous pastry shop “Zauner”. Along the river Traun you cycle until Traunkirchen.
Traunsee – Linz, approx. 40km + train ride Wels – Linz
This cycling stretch leads you through the Alpine foreland to the state capital of Upper Austria, Linz. You can take the train from Wels to shorten the stage (approx. 30km).
Linz – Strudengau, approx. 60km
Enjoy the day with a visit to the monastery in St. Florian and stop by the oldest towns in Austria, the welcoming village of Enns. Discover the romantic baroque village of Grein, where the oldest existing theatre in Austria is located.
Strudengau - Wachau, approx. 50km
Passing through the regions of Strudengau and Nibelungengau, you reach the famous Wachau, nominated as an UNESCO World Culture Heritage Area. Visit the unique Benedictine monastery of Melk or sample the local wine at one of the "Heurigen“ (typical Austrian wine taverns).
Wachau – Region Krems, approx. 40km
During your travel to Krems you cycle through the attractive vineyards of Spitz, Weissenkirchen and Dürnstein. Along the way you see cozy Taverns, where you can relax and enjoy the Austrian hospitality.
Region Krems – Vienna, approx.. 45km + train ride Tulln-Vienna
Today you cycle through the unique cultural landscape of this UNESCO world heritage region until Tulln. From there the journey goes on by train and leads you to the Capital of Austria, Vienna.
Individual Departure or extended stay.
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