Day 1: Individual arrival in Regensburg
Your tour begins in Regensburg, the most northern town on the Danube. This town is considered Germany's best preserved city and has been declared a UNESCO Heritage Site. Take some time to explore the lovely parks and gardens as well as the historic old town.
Overnight in Regensburg.
Day 2: Regensburg – Abensberg/Bad Gögging (31-34 miles/50-55 km + boat trip)
You start your cycling tour going upstream to Kelheim, where Mother Nature has something special in store in the form of the Danube Gap. Many, many years ago, the Danube curved its way through the massive Jura rocks here. Today you follow the Danube through this narrow passageway by boat. In the beer garden of Weltenburg Monastery, fortify yourself for the next section of the tour.
Overnight in Bad Gögging (area).
Day 3: Abensberg/Bad Gögging – Neuburg (37-40 miles/60-65 km)
You have a leisurely cycle through fields of hops to Ingolstadt, not only the seat of the Audi works but also a very well preserved old Bavarian fortress town. The Bavarian Purity Law on beer was passed here over 500 years ago. In Neuburg, you'll see one of the most beautiful renaissance castles along the Danube.
Overnight in Neuburg.
Day 4: Neuburg – Eichstatt (37 miles/60 km)
Today you cycle from the Danube to the Altmühl by way of Wellheim Trockental valley, which was originally created by the original course of the Danube. You dip into unspoiled nature with clear views of the scenery - dry grassland and impressive rock formations, for which the Altmühl valley is well known. You follow this path from Dollnstein to Eichstätt.
Overnight in Eichstatt.
Day 5: Eichstatt – Beilngries(28 miles/45 km)
Eichstätt was a diocesan town and has delightful Baroque architecture. Before your departure, you have time to visit the Jura museum and its many fossils of dinosaurs from the area! Your cycle tour today takes you through a juniper heath in Altmühltal valley to your destination, the charming town of Beilngries
Overnight in Riedenburg.
Day 6: Beilngries – Riedenburg – Kelheim – Regensburg (40 miles/65 km + boat trip)
From Dietfurt you follow the Altmühl's course along the bed of the Main-Danube canal. In Riedenburg, you go aboard boat and give your legs a well-deserved rest. Enjoy the calm of the boat and the countryside you pass slowly by before you leave the boat in Kelheim and cycle the last few kilometers to Regensburg.
Overnight in Regensburg.
Day 7: Departure
Your cycling tour comes to an end after breakfast. Individual journey home, or we would be happy to help you extend your stay.