Lake Garda to Venice cycling holiday, Italy
Description of Lake Garda to Venice cycling holiday, Italy
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
Our partners behind this holiday promote inclusivity on all their trips and across their business and we are all committed to ensuring travellers face no discrimination on any part of the trip they control.
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetThe bike is such a simple thing, right?
Well, we truly believe it is a great and democratic ingredient to make our world better!
This cycling trip is environmentally friendly as the bikes do not create pollution: you are your own energy. You will not even create noise pollution: together with walking, it is a real silent way to travel. We say, you enter the landscape on tiptoe.
This tour is linear: you'll enjoy every night a different accommodation in a different location.
To make your travel easier and lighter, we provide the luggage transfer every day, which is made by car or minivan. To minimize the environmental impact, we suggest the departure in Verona on Thursday, so that the same service serves many travelers.
Are you up for taking all your luggage with you, avoiding extra car traffic? This is great news, you have all our support and a great discount. Let us know.
Please note that both Verona (the departure of the tour) and Mestre/Venice (the arrival) have train station for regional and fast trains. You can use public transport to reach the departure of this Holiday.
We do not support disposable plastic bottles. In the rental kit we include a reusable bike water bottle.
PeopleSpecialized on Tours and Holidays in a small portion of land, Italy South East, the area we live in, we promote a slow way of traveling, all direct to discover all what is inbetween the main attractions of our territory.
We plan the itineraries so to avoid tourist traps. The bike is an excellent way to do it: we stick on bike paths and secondary roads, we reach small villages, countryside companies and farms, which suffer (and love) the fact of being located out of the mass tourist routes.
We sustain local family businesses (such as wineries, hotels, farms ). Either we include the services in the packages, or we suggest nice visits listing quality partners in the road book.
No tastings nor visits are included, but on the road book you'll read good suggestions about local wineries (possibly organic), osterias (family run restaurants), less-known monuments and interesting cultural locations, which are often managed by non-profit association.