Day 1: Individual arrival at Hochpustertal (Niederdorf/Villabassaor Toblach/Dobbiaco)
Arrive at the hotel in Hochpustertal.
Overnight in Hochpustertal.
Day 2: Niederdorf/Villabassaor Toblach/Dobbiaco – Cortina D'Ampezzo (22 miles/35 km)
From Villabassa/Dobbiaco you start on the bike path into the Höhlenstein Valley, past Lake Toblach and the war cemetery. This area was used as the front during World War I. You carry on past Lake Landro (on the left you can see the famous "Drei Zinnen;" the cycle path ascends slightly before you get to the border – "Gemärk – Cimabanche" – of the region South Tyrol and the region of the Veneto. From here you cycle down into the valley, which opens up before entering towards the south, before arriving in Cortina.
Overnight in Cortina D'Ampezzo
Day 3: Cortina d'Ampezzo – Belluno (47 miles/75 km)
Today the path is steady going slightly downhill, for the most part on the old railway track; you will see the Sorapis on the left and located on the right the "Fünf Türme" – Cinque Torri (Five Towers). You continue on to the south through the Boite Valley towards Pieve/Calalzo di Cadore.
From here the new cycling path takes you to Longarone. This town was completely rebuilt in 1963 after a landslide filled the dam above the village and caused a flood. From Longarone slightly hilly until you reach Belluno where you will spend the night.
Overnight in Belluno.
Day 4: Belluno – Feltre (30 miles/40 km)
From Belluno, the small capital of this province, the tour follows tree lined avenues and hilly landscape until the end of this day in Feltre. During the day you come along small and scenic villages. In the North, you see the magnificent southern Dolomites, your accompanist in the first stages.
Overnight in Feltre.
Day 5: Feltre – Bassano del Grappa (34 miles/55 km)
The first kilometers you cycle easily before you descend to the Brenta Valley. Where the river Brenta joins the plains, lies the town of Bassano del Grappa. The name of the town comes from Mount "Monte" Grappa. Upon arrival, you can enjoy a well-earned "Grappa." There are many places of interest to visit in the town such as San Francesco, the "Museo Civico" (Museum) or the Piazza della Libertà.
Overnight in Bassano del Grappa.
Day 6: Bassano del Grappa – Treviso (34 miles/55 km)
On leaving the Dolomitic Alps, you occasionally see various villas designed by the renowned architect Palladio. The town of Asolo is ideal for a rest before continuing along to the plains to Treviso, the town of the water striders. Along the canals, there are many wonderful houses and shops to admire. This is a center for Italian fashion.
Overnight in Treviso.
Day 7: Treviso – Venice/mainland Mestre (28 miles/45 km)
Following the River Sile, you cycle towards the Adriatic Sea straight to Venice (mainland Mestre) where the impressive "Serenissima" can be admired.
Overnight in Venice.
Day 8: Departure
Individual departure or extend your stay.