AlpineSerenissima

from INNSBRUCK to VENICE – sporty

From the basin of the alpine metropolis of Innsbruck you cycle upriver, into one of the most fascinating regions in the heart of the Alps. The InnRadweg (Inn cycle path) gently meanders, embedded in the amazing Tyrolean Mountain landscape, to the “Obere Gericht” in the district of Landeck.
A sporty, serpentine like ascent of approx. 700 metres awaits you between Pfunds and Nauders by Reschensee lake water reservoir. From there you take the Adige Cycle Path, along the playful river, through the lush fruit growing landscapes of the sun-drenched Vinschgau valley, via the spa town of Merano and the idyllic shimmering Lake Caldaro to the lovely Castelfeder holiday region.
The wine gardens nestle upon the hills around Lake Caldaro, and the South Tyrolean lower land, seamlessly flows into Trentino and its sophisticated capital city Trento. As a reward for the ascent to Alta Valsugana you earn a grand view over the thermal region of the Sugana valley. Brenta river accompanies you along the cycle path almost all the way to Feltre. As soon as you leave the gracious hills of the world famous Prosecco-production area of Valdobbiadene behind, you will cycle through tranquil and historically significant cities like Treviso before you reach Quarto d’Altino. By train you ride directly into the centre of Venice - nothing’s in the way of strolling through the innumerable alleyways and to discover the Serenissima with its many Palazzi and cultural treasures.

Highlights
  • Culture and nature of the alpine-urban Innsbruck
  • Sunken church tower of Altgraun (14th century), Reschenstausee water reservoir
  • Landscape and cultural diversity, Vinschgau
  • Gardens of castle Trauttmansdorf, Merano
  • Lake Caldaro, South Tyrolean Wine Route
  • Historical centre, Castle Castello di Buonconsiglio, Trento
  • Forte Leone, Primolano
  • Lagoon city of Venice with historical treasures and sights
Itinerary
Day 1: Individual journey to Innsbruck

Welcome to 3-time Olympic City of Innsbruck. The city in the heart of the Alps is best known as a winter sport destination with special flair but you’ll be surprised about the colourful ambience awaiting you in the warmer seasons. So please make sure to take your time to enjoy the cultural variety of Innsbruck.

Included Services | Price per Person | Extras

Included services

  • Accommodation in carefully selected 3-Star hotels
  • 10 Overnight stays including large breakfast buffet
  • Luggage transport from hotel to hotel
  • Train ticket from Quarto d‘Altino to Venice and back
  • Extensive travel papers | GPS-data available on demand
  • Phone service daily from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm

Price per person

Accommodation in a double room *    EUR   1.238,00
Accommodation in a double room * (from May 15th)   EUR   1.290,00
Accommodation in a double room * (from August 5th)   EUR   1.325,00
Single room surcharge   EUR   265,00
Half-board surcharge   EUR   273,00

Extras

Rental of 21-gear touring bicycle   EUR 110,00
Rental of Pedelec/E-Bike   EUR 210,00
Extra night in Innsbruck in DR/B&B *   EUR 69,00
Extra night in Innsbruck in SR/B&B *   EUR 99,00
Extra night in Quarto d'Altino in DR/B&B *   EUR 64,00
Extra night in Quarto d'Altino in SR/B&B *   EUR 91,00
Transfer Quarto d'Altino-Innsbruck (Fri, Sun)   EUR 140,00
Vehicle transfer Innsbruck-Quarto d'Altino   on request
* Any local taxes that may be due are not included and are payable locally

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