Europe & Middle East cycling tours

Cycling in Europe is a little like riding through a cliché. Pedalling your way past Provencal orange groves, popping into cellar-door wine tastings on the Dalmatian coast and tracing the gentle curve of the Danube – it’s easy to feel like you’ve cycled into a faded postcard from the 50s. That’s the beauty of a Europe cycling tour: just when you think it can’t get any better, we up the Wow Factor. Want to ride through Tuscany’s Borgo a Mozzano valley? Cycle to the wonders of Little Petra and its bigger sibling? Stuff your face with Croatian olives or French cheesecake? (The calories don’t count if you’re cycling.) We’ve got a tour to suit every daydream.

Europe & Middle East cycling highlights


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Cycle Croatia

yuriko · Traveled June 2024
The cycling through islands with endless view of the Adriatic Sea is an amazing experience. Some climbs are rewarded with beautiful downhills overlooking the rocky green hills and ocean backdrop. When it was getting too hot and steep, I could skip the ride and jump into the truck. Zoran and Igor are such friendly and supportive crew with extensive local knowledge. Thanks to Igor and Zoran for making my trip an unforgettable experience on my first visit to the Dalmatia.
Review submitted 09 Jun 2024

Cycle Croatia

Ian · Traveled June 2024
This Croatian islands cycle trip suited me perfectly as a fairly regular cyclist - degree of difficulty relatively comfortable but plenty of variety & great scenery Good dynamics in small group (5 riders), plus the the attention, knowledge & communication of intrepid tour leader & driver was excellent
Review submitted 09 Jun 2024

Cycle the Danube

Tim and Trish · Traveled June 2024
A good trip for people who enjoy cycling. Although there are other things to see and do, the focus is on the riding each day. The ride is often along the dykes, through countryside so there isn’t a lot of sightseeing on the trip itself. Adding days before in Vienna and afterwards in Budapest is a must. The cycling is fairly fast, and covers fairly long distances. If you can’t sustain 20 kph, an E-bike is a good idea.
Review submitted 09 Jun 2024

Cycle the Danube

Karen · Traveled May 2024
The best way to really see and get to know a city is by bike. Doing a cycle trip from Vienna to Budapest with a group of other fun-loving, adventure seeking Intrepid tourists was simply amazing.
Review submitted 06 Jun 2024

Cycle the Danube

Ricard · Traveled May 2024
Really enjoyed this trip, many thanks to Igor and Andro for looking after us. The cycling is relatively easy with a decent level of fitness. Most of the routes are off the main roads on cycle paths which certainly makes for stress free cycling. The accommodation was very good as were the breakfasts which are included. Ideally I would have liked a rest day in Bratislava to see more of the city.
Review submitted 04 Jun 2024

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