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Germany's Altmuehl Valley Cycle Path
(Double rooms)
  465.00 €     25.04.2020  -  13.05.2020
  (Price valid for Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.)
  565.00 €     07.05.2020  -  28.09.2020
  (Price valid for Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.)
  465.00 €     24.09.2020  -  11.10.2020
  (Price valid for Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.)
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The Altmühltal is known for wonderful biking on the banks of the winding and romantic river Altmühl. You cycle through largely intact nature with white cliffs, green pastures and wetlands. For a stop in picturesque places you are welcome in friendly cafes and restaurants. Enjoy regional specialties, such as the Altmühltaler lamb, fresh trout or savory dishes with wild herbs.
Arrival from Thursday to Monday from April to October.


Arrival to Rothenburg and Departure from Regensburg (return transfer to Rothenburg by train/bus included)
Services:
- 7 nights in 3 and 4 star hotels
- 7x breakfast
- privat parking lot in Rothenburg
- luggage transfer
- return transfer by bus/train to Rothenburg
- tour book with maps
- Hotline Service
Extras: Local tourist tax

You will find prices for additional services (like a single room, rental bike, .) under "Additional services". We do recommend to book travel insurance and please check if you need a visa or anything else. Please also look into our General Travel Conditions!


Day 1: Arrival in Rothenburg
Hand out of RENTAL BIKES and information material. Private parking space (unguarded).

Day 2: Rothenburg - Ansbach (Cycling 54 km / 34 miles)
Past the powerful Castle Colmberg to Ansbach. Overnight in a 3***Hotel.

Day 3: Ansbach - Wettelsheim (Cycling 61 km / 38 miles)
To the medieval town Gunzenhausen, the Lake Altmühlsee and through the now narrower Altmühl Valley to the Karlsgraben and your destination for the day.

Day 4: Wettelsheim - Eichstätt (Cycling 50 km / 31 miles)
Past Treuchtlingen through the silent, charming valley of the nature reserve Altmühl passing the "Twelve Apostle Rock" into the bishop town Eichstätt.

Day 5: Eichstätt - Beilngries (Cycling 44 km / 28 miles)
Passing Pfünz with a Roman castle you cycle to Kinding or Beilngries.

Day 6: Beilngries - Essing/Kelheim (Cycling 42/51 km / 26/32 miles)
From Dietfurt the valley gets busier; the Main-Danube-Canal with its ships mark this part. Past Riedenburg to Essing or Kelheim and to the mouth of the Danube. Optionally Danube ship trip to the Abbey Weltenburg (approx. every hour: ? 9,- on the spot; roundtrip).

Day 7: Essing/Kelheim - Regensburg (Cycling 47/38 km / 29/24 miles)
Past Bad Abbach you reach Regensburg. Guided tour through the "Reichstagssaal" and torture museum.

Day 8: End of the tour

Transfer back to Rothenburg/T. or extra nights in Rothenburg or Regensburg. Transfer of own bicycles is possible.

Please note: All cycling distances stated above are approximate only.
The Altmühltal is known for wonderful biking on the banks of the winding and romantic river Altmühl. You cycle through largely intact nature with white cliffs, green pastures and wetlands. For a stop in picturesque places you are welcome in friendly cafes and restaurants. Enjoy regional specialties, such as the Altmühltaler lamb, fresh trout or savory dishes with wild herbs.
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