Cycling Holidays in Germany – Discover the Mosel Valley on a Cycling Holiday:
For the illustrious cyclist who wants to enjoy cycling holidays in Germany, the Mosel Tourist Board is making biking holidays in the Mosel region much easier.
The Mosel is one of Germany’s most beautiful rivers and the Mosel Valley’s reputation as a fine wine-growing region is well-known. Impressive stretches of wine terraces, picturesque wine-growing towns, imposing castles, Roman monuments all combine to form a scenic landscape to provide a wide variety of sights and experiences for the visitor. Whilst many people arrive by car, by boat, or on tour coaches, it’s just as possible to enjoy the beautiful Mosel region on a leisurely cycling holiday.
To attract visitors who would like to enjoy cycling holidays in Germany, the Mosel Tourist Board have put together some cycling routes, such as the Mosel Cycle Route, and biking holiday packages to assist those who wish to tour Germany by bike.
Cycling in the Moselland Region
The new “Cycling in the Moselland Region” publication by Moselland Tourism, provides cycling enthusiasts with an extensive overview of the bicycle tours available in the Moselle wine region. As specialists in bicycle tours to the Moselland region, they are able to offer various tours on the Mosel-cycling-track. The bicycle trips can last anywhere between two and seven days depending on how much you want to do on your cycling holiday. And, the great thing is that you can book the bicycle tours in stages and use them as a basis for day trips or as a round trip. You can also pre-book your accommodation and, if desired, luggage transportation.
An example of the cycling holiday is the seven-day cycling tour to the annual BUGA – Federal Horticultural Show in Koblenz. In this cycling tour, cyclists will head along the Moselradweg track in four one-day stages from Trier to Koblenz, have a two-day stopover in Trier and the cycling tour is capped off with a stay in Koblenz to attend the Federal Horticultural Show on the banks of the Rhine.
Built into your itinerary is time to stop and enjoy the many cultural highlights along the way, a sightseeing tour in Trier, and a wine tasting session.
The cycling tour package includes seven nights at selected properties, a guided tour and combo ticket for the Roman buildings in Trier, a regional dinner, a wine-tasting session, a cruise on the Moselle River and a day pass to the horticultural show, including the cable car ride. And of course your cycling route and map will be provided. For the latest biking tour prices and further information check the Mosel Tourist Board website. If you prefer to select your own Mosel region hotels, you can search, read hotel reviews and book your Mosel hotels here.>
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