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Umbria Unravelled

7 Day(s)

Home of St. Francis and olive oil capital of Italy, Umbria is a landscape of sleepy valleys, solemn poplars and medieval towns perched atop hills. The land in between is filled in by green forests, grain fields in the plain, and vineyards on the slo ...

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Castles of the Loire

7 Day(s)
Easy

And what of the Loire? Kings & their sumptuous ch‚teaux. Mushroom caves, troglodyte houses, wine towns and their tastings. Da Vinciís last home, and a museum to his inventions. Sound-and-light stories projected on castle facades, blackberries by t ...

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Basque Biking

9 Day(s)
Adv-Challenging

Our Spanish routes (the Basque Country and Galicia) have in common the exploration of some of Europeís wildest, least developed corners, a ìLatinî pace, a profound culinary & cultural link with the ocean, temperate climates (the Atlantic generally ke ...

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Bordeaux & the Dordogne

8 Day(s)
Easy-Moderate

Picturebook scenery, turbulent history, and the ultimate hedonistic gastronomy combine in a river valley that today is an exercise in harmony. From cavemen to merlot, religious wars to roast duck with sour cherries, the caressing of the senses is co ...

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Giro d’Italia

22 Day(s)

Italy has only been a nation since 1871, and in many ways, her regions remain as different and varied as many of Europeís countries. Reflections of Roman and Etruscan history unify the land more than politics, and in passing make Italy a favorite de ...

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Northern Star

8 Day(s)
Easy

Our most international itinerary carries you seamlessly through three countries, four languages, and an endless variety of landscapes.Flat Flandersí brick cities are linked by canal tow paths, now traffic-free cycle routes. Flower-covered locks, sta ...

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Norway Fjords & Glaciers

7 Day(s)
Easy

Norway is extraordinary. A friend likened it to Jupiter, if youíve been there recently, but Norway is less crowded.If you grew up on Grieg, eat only Munch, or eyeball all Ibsen, you will find them well-remembered. Cultural identity is manifested in ...

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Roman Souvenirs

14 Day(s)

The Romans stomped all over Europe, but southern France was a favorite. Itís not hard to see why. Youíll cycle along roads that are vestiges of their era, and enjoy hotel plumbing that may also be. Thatís a JOKE ñ we hope....Despite the Romansí b ...

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Swiss Cycling

8 Day(s)
Moderate

Two sets of mountain scenery for the price of one! First the Jura: goofy cow bells and achingly beautiful vistas, which you know from chocolate wrappers and always assumed was the Alps.The Alps follow close behind: Lake Geneva lies like a gem set i ...

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Alsace Adventure

8 Day(s)

To outsiders, Alsace at first seems germanic. Half-timbered architecture, many beers, a not-very-latin precision in the way things get done (and a sense of order in how they are kept), a local language far closer to German than to French... all cont ...

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