Munich to Venice Bike Tour
Munich to Venice Bike Tour

Munich to Venice Bike Tour

9 days

Bad Tolz Isar RiverBad Tolz ViewJenbach Mountain ViewMaurach Achensee Lake and MountainsMunich City ViewVenice Cityscape

Traverse Bavaria, the Alps, and the Italian plains on this epic self-guided bike tour

Challenge yourself on this thrilling 9-day tour from Germany, through Austria, to Italy. Visit three countries, ride through the Alps, explore world-class cities, and finish the tour in La Serenissima, the idyllic Venice. This bike tour puts your cardiovascular stamina to the test, but your efforts will be worth it for the iconic Alps views.

Each day of this tour offers something different, including comfortable accommodation in a new town each night. By spending the tour almost constantly in motion from Munich to Venice, you’ll leave with memories of a super-stimulating journey from start to finish. You’ll cycle on small side roads, along old railway tracks and great rivers as you traverse Bavaria, the Alps, and finally, the Italian countryside as you draw nearer to the Adriatic Sea. The tour finishes in the most iconic Italian city, Venice, where you can indulge in a final feast of local food and wine. Do you need to shake things up in your life? The Munich to Venice Bike Tour might be the catalyst for inspiration!

Highlights of the Munich to Venice Bike Tour

Sample the best German beer in a local Bavarian tavern after a long day riding from Munich to Bad Tölz.
Get your heart pumping on challenging rides through the picturesque Dolomites, a world-famous, UNESCO-recognized region.
Immerse yourself in the unique cultural mash-up of German, Austrian, and Italian in each different city and town you visit.
Spoil yourself with local products like prosecco in Conegliano and seafood pasta and risotto in Venice.


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Munich to Venice Bike Tour Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive in Munich

Find your way to Munich, the cultural hub of Bavaria. Check-in to your hotel and spend the evening discovering this grand city on foot.
Overnight Location: Hotel in Munich
Distance: None
Meals: None

Day 2 Cycle to Bad Tölz

Indulge in a filling German breakfast before collecting your bike and starting the first ride of the tour. Today’s route leads along the Isar River, past monasteries, and through many traditional Bavarian villages.

You’ll reach Bad Tölz with plenty of time to find an inviting tavern and taste some local brew.
Overnight Location: Hotel in Bad Tölz
Distance: 6 hours, 60km
Meals: Breakfast

Day 3 Ride to Maurach, Austria

Have a big breakfast to fuel up for a long ride today. Start riding along a river until Lake Sylvenstein comes into view, and then continue riding through Karwendel Nature Park.

Midday, you cross the Austrian border and pass by Lake Achen, a gorgeous lake nestled amid great peaks. In the evening, reach Maurach, a breathtaking town tucked in a basin in the Alps. (Note: depending on availability, you might stay in Jenbach.)
Overnight Location: Hotel in Maurach (or Jenbach)
Distance: 7 hours, 70km
Meals: Breakfast

Day 4 Ride to Rio di Pusteria

Today won’t be easy, but it will be worth it! Start the day with breafkast and begin the ride to Innsbruck. Stop here for a coffee and a quick tour of the city. From here, you’ll take a train or bus transfer to shorten the ride and cut out the most demanding hill to Brennero Pass. At the pass, which marks the Italian border, you’ll descend along an old railway track to reach Rio di Pusteria.

Find some local fare and enjoy a well-earned sleep.
Overnight Location: Hotel in Rio di Pusteria
Distance: 9.5 hours, 95km
Meals: Breakfast

Day 5 Cycle to Villabassa/Dobbiaco

Enjoy breakfast with plenty of Italian espresso before heading out today. You’ll ride along the Rienz River, admiring its emerald waters that wind through South Tyrol. Feel free to stop at a couple of museums to break up your ride. An old castle in Brunico hosts one of the museums—a sight to see in itself.

Keep pushing alongside the river until you reach Villabassa or Dobbiaco for the night (depending on availability). If you rented a bike from the tour company, you can pop into their shop in Dobbiaco for a tune-up if needed.
Overnight Location: Hotel in Villabassa or Dobbiaco
Distance: 5–6 hours, 50–55km
Meals: Breakfast

Day 6 Ride through the Dolomites

Today’s ride is almost too spectacular for words. After breakfast, you’ll ride along the old railway that cuts through the Dolomites, a UNESCO-recognized area with numerous impressive peaks, lakes, and rivers. Visit Drei Zinnen (Three Peaks), an iconic image, and continue downhill to the enchanting village of Cortina d’Ampezzo.

Continue downhill with massifs on both sides, turn into a valley, and arrive in Pieve di Cadore in time for dinner.
Overnight Location: Hotel in Pieve di Cadore
Distance: 6–7 hours, 60–65km
Meals: Breakfast

Day 7 Cycle along the Pieve River to Conegliano

Enjoy an early breakfast and get going. Following the tranquil Piave River for a short time, you’ll soon connect to a newer bike trail and continue to Longarone. This town was rebuilt in 1963 after a flood washed away the village completely.

Conegliano awaits as your destination this evening, and treat yourself to a glass of prosecco—this is where it’s produced!
Overnight Location: Hotel in Conegliano
Distance: 8 hours, 80 km
Meals: Breakfast

Day 8 Ride into the Floating City of Venice

Bid farewell to the Alps this morning as you set off in the direction of the Adriatic Sea. Appreciate the flatter terrain as you draw nearer to Venice, first stopping in “little Venice” if you wish (Treviso).

Follow the Sile River and soon one of the most famous cities worldwide, Venice, comes into view. If you have time, take a canal tour of this indisputably dreamy city. Spoil yourself with a smorgasbord of Venetian food and wine to celebrate your week of riding from Germany to Italy.
Overnight Location: Hotel in Venice
Distance: 9.5 hours, 95km
Meals: Breakfast

Day 9 Departure

Your tour ends after breakfast and check-out. You can organize your own departure transfer, or maybe you’ll feel inspired to stay another night (or five) in Venice.
Overnight Location: None
Distance: None
Meals: Breakfast

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Munich to Venice Bike Tour Price and Dates

This guided tour in Germany, Austria, and Italy is run as a custom tour for your group and the price per person depends on the number of people staying in one room.

The best time to travel to the Alps for biking is during the spring, summer, and early fall. This tour is available from April to October. No departures are available from August 11th to 19th.

Private Self-Guided Munich to Venice Bike Tour

Have your own private tour with just your group! Prices below are per person.
Important note: The tour begins on Fridays and Saturdays. However, alternative departure dates might be available on request for groups of 5 and more.

Low season (from April 29th to June 18th and from September 1st to October 8th):

  • Price per person staying in a single room: $1,250 USD
  • Price per person staying in a double room: $1,050 USD

High season (from June 19th to April 31st):

  • Price per person staying in a single room: $1,350 USD
  • Price per person staying in a double room: $1,150 USD
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Accommodation on the Munich to Venice Bike Tour

This tour is based in 3- and 4-star hotels. Tourist tax, if requested at the hotel, is not included and will have to be paid upon arrival.

In some cases, the accommodation listed below may need to be substituted for other comparable accommodations.

Single Rooms and Solo Travellers
Rooms are double occupancy and single travellers will pay a supplement. If you are in a group but prefer a single room, the required supplement is included in the listed price.

Hotels on Standard Tour

Night 1

Hotel in Munich

Enjoy a stay in this well-loved German city with classic architecture and the mountains you’ll explore in the distance. Taverns, restaurants, and activities abound.

Night 2

Hotel in Bad Tölz

Located in Bavaria, Bad Tölz will keep you entertained during your stay. Many great hikes await, or you can walk the city to browse shops, parks, fountains, and taverns.

Night 3

Hotel in Maurach

Right next to a magical lake among mountains, you’ll find Maurach. It’s a charming town that becomes a popular ski destination in winter.

Night 4

Hotel in Rio di Pusteria

Enjoy a tranquil stay in this mountain village tucked in the Puster Valley. Cycle the cobblestone streets in the centre, or just enjoy the nature all around you.

Night 5

Hotel in Villabassa/Dobbiaco

Both of these mountain villages will take your breath away. Amid the Puster Valley, you’ll be surrounded by peaks and fields as far as you can see.

Night 6

Hotel in Pieve di Cadore

This town is a natural gateway to the Dolomites. It’s set in absolutely stunning countryside with great grey peaks as a constant backdrop.

Night 7

Hotel in Conegliano

Relax in this stunning town with ancient architecture and peaks in every direction. Prosecco production is rampant in this region, so treat yourself to a glass!

Night 8

Hotel in Venice

You already have an image in your head of this city: the city of canals, the floating city, La Serenissima. Cultural sights abound here, and foodies will have a heyday.

What’s Included in the Munich to Venice Bike Tour?


8 breakfasts are included.


Accommodation for 8 nights is included in the tour.

Transportation during the Tour

While you cycle between hotels, transportation for your luggage is included. Transfers mentioned in the itinerary are included. Arrival and departure transfers are not included but can be requested at booking as a supplement.

Also Included

  • Tour information in English
  • Well-planned routes
  • Detail route descriptions
  • Detailed maps
  • 24-hour telephone assistance

Not included

  • Arrival and departure transfers
  • Guide services
  • Meals, drinks, or snacks not previously mentioned
  • Entrance fees of any kind
  • Travel insurance and tourism tax
  • Flights or public transportation
  • Anything not mentioned as included

Optional Extras

  • Extra nights in any accommodation
  • Bike rental:
    • 21-gear hybrid bike: $150 USD
    • E-bike (unisex, 500 W battery, up to 100 km): $250 USD

Frequently Asked Questions about Munich to Venice Bike Tour

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location of FunActive headquarters right in the Dolomites and branch offices in Venice Mestre and
Trieste, FunActive Tours can offer excellent walking and cycling tours not only in the mountains, but
also towards Austria, Slovenia, and Istria.

FunActive offers efficient, high-quality service to clients from all over the world, making it one of the
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details, and the tours are designed to suit travellers of many abilities according to how adventurous
they wish to be. FunActive can find you an incredible tour regardless of age, skill level, or time of
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Is this tour for me?

We rate this tour as a 4/5. You should be physically fit and comfortable cycling 5–9.5 hours daily on a well-maintained path. Active cyclists will be able to get the most out of this tour.

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