Day 1: Salzburg
Individual arrival in Salzburg, check-in at the hotel. Receive your travel documents and bikes. Enjoy a stroll through the lovely old town of Salzburg or an evening concert at Hohensalzburg Fortress.
Overnight in Salzburg.
Day 2: Salzburg – Lake Attersee (36 miles/60 km)
Today you leave Salzburg in direction of Lake Wallersee. You continue along the picturesque waterside of Lake Mondsee before you reach Austria's largest fresh waters, Lake Attersee. The Attersee, impressive with its deep blue-green colors, is one of the most popular bathing lakes in the Salzkammergut.
Overnight in Lake Attersee.
Day 3: Lake Attersee – Lake Traunsee (34 miles/55 km)
A short climb up to Weissenbach Valley is rewarded with a speedy descent to the waterside of River Traun before arriving in Ebensee.
Overnight in Lake Traunsee.
Day 4: Lake Traunsee – Lambach - Linz (19 miles/31 km + train ride)
Take a stroll through Gmunden, historically a popular place for Europe's High Society in the beginning of the 20th Century. Continue your bike tour along River Traun until you reach Lambach. Here you take the train to Linz, where you should not miss an opportunity to taste the delicious pastry, the original "Linzer Torte."
Overnight in Linz.
Day 5: Linz – Grein/surroundings (37 miles/60 km)
After breakfast, stroll through the picturesque old town of Linz before you continue your tour in the direction of Vienna. Via the small town of Mauthausen, you follow the Danube cycle path past the beautiful landscape of the Danube meadow, where you can see rare animals and plants.
Overnight in Grein/Ardagger.
Day 6: Grein/surroundings – Wachau Valley (39 miles/63 km)
Today you have the possibility to visit the maritime museum at the Greinburg Castle and the oldest theatre in Austria. Get to know the impressing landscapes and forested rock formations of the Strudengau region.
Overnight in Mitterarnsdorf.
Day 7: Wachau Valley – Tulln - Vienna (40 miles/65 km by bike + train ride)
The River Danube is surrounded by vineyards, as you cycle through one of Austria's most popular wine regions, Wachau, to Tulln. There you take the train to Vienna, Austrian's capital, where you have enough time to visit all impressive sights this beautiful city offers including Schönbrunn Palace, Fun Park- Prater, St. Stephen's Cathedral and Belvedere.
Overnight in Vienna.
Day 8: Departure
Departure by train to Salzburg or we would be happy to help you book extra nights.