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Italy: The Dolomites, Bolzano to Lake Garda

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See the full force of majestic nature with ice-covered mountains, warm, tranquil lakes, and cascading waterfalls while cycling the Dolomites.

Guided Biking

  • Daily Mileage: 3 - 32|
  • Biking: 1 - 4 hr|
  • Group Size: 22
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10-day Bike Vacation + Air Package

$4,595

7-day Bike Vacation Only

$3,295

Per person, double occupancy

Italy: The Dolomites, Bolzano to Lake Garda

Majestic mountain ranges and cascading waterfalls surround you on this spectacular trip cycling the Dolomites. Gaze up at snow-covered mountain slopes, traverse emerald valleys, slice through dramatic ravines, and explore history-rich villages and traditions. A paradise unfolds before you in Lake Garda where the temperate climate provides fertile soil for olive and fruit trees, vineyards, exotic flowers and palms. Along the way, you’ll enjoy a true taste of the region, including its famed wines, cheeses, and farm-fresh produce. This area is renowned for its hospitality so be sure to take the time to step off your bike and meet the friendly locals. Lakeshore promenades, historic castles, and glacier-coated mountain pinnacles frame your journey mile after beautiful mile.

What to Expect

This tour offers a combination of easy terrain and very moderate hills and is ideal for beginning and experienced cyclists. Our VBT support van is always available for those who need assistance with the hills.

  • Daily Mileage: 3 - 32|
  • Biking: 1 - 4 hr|
  • Group Size: 22
Activity Easy Easy
Cycling
Bar Graph Beginner - Experienced
Cyclists
Vehicle Support Vehicle
Support

Tour Highlights

  • Enjoy a wine tasting at a mountain hamlet famous for its Gewürztraminer.
  • Choose where to dine in a region whose restaurants have received a record 23 Michelin stars.
  • Savor house-made specialties from the gourmet restaurant of your 5-star hotel in a ski-resort town beloved by celebrities.
  • See spectacular mountains rising around you as you spin through dramatic canyons and ravines.
  • Cycle a Mediterranean-like paradise on the shores of Lake Garda.
  • Delight in a taste of vino santo, fresh bread, plump tomatoes and other specialties at a family-run farm.
  • Explore the old town of Bolzano, where you can marvel at the museum’s renowned glacier mummy, Oetzi the Iceman.

Climate Information

Temperatures

Average High /
Low Temperature (°F):

May74º/49º

Jun80º/55º

Jul85º/59º

Aug83º/59º

Sep77º/52º

Oct66º/42º

Average
Precipitation:

May3.2 in

Jun3.2 in

Jul3.6 in

Aug3.6 in

Sep2.6 in

Oct2.2 in

What's Included

Bike Vacation + Air Package

Bike Vacation Only

Roundtrip international airfare Check
Transfers to and from international airport Check
One night in Innsbruck and one night in Milan in conveniently located hotels with breakfasts included Check
6 nights in luxurious hotels and a 5-star mountain chalet Check Check
12 meals: 6 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 4 dinners Check Check

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Biking Packages Include:

Custom VBT Bike and Helmet

Two Local, Bilingual Trip Leaders

Vehicle Support

Luggage Transfers

Ride with GPS and Daily Route Notes

Welcome Reception

Facilitated Cultural Experiences

Your Choice of VBT Branded Gear for Your Adventure

Itinerary

Wed, May 26 to Fri, Jun 4 - 2021

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Depart home for Austria. The particulars of your arrival overseas are detailed with your flight itinerary.

Upon your arrival at the Innsbruck airport, a local VBT representative holding a sign will meet you outside the customs area to help you transfer to your hotel (approximately 10 minutes).

If you are going to be delayed meeting the transfer representative due to delayed or lost luggage, please let them know by calling or sending a text message to +43 664 300 7178. Please type VBT Guest at the beginning of your text. Our drivers are generally able to wait for up to 45 minutes from the time your flight lands, after which you will be responsible for your own transfer. You may also contact Allianz Global Assistance (information available in your final documents) to advise them of your delay, and they will contact VBT’s transfer service.

Please note: Your hotel room may not be available until 4:00 p.m., but if you arrive early, you may store your luggage at the reception desk.

Accommodation: Hotel Schwarzer Adler, Innsbruck

Enjoy a late breakfast this morning or a stroll in Innsbruck Old Town. At 10:30 a.m., board a private coach and transfer to Bolzano, Italy, arriving at your centrally located hotel around 12:00 p.m. The coach will be parked just outside your Innsbruck hotel and will have a VBT sign. If you brought your own saddle or pedals, carry them with you and hand them to the leaders as you meet them later this morning. Your trip leaders will welcome you in Bolzano and offer tips for lunch on your own. Your rooms may not be ready until 3:00 p.m., but you are welcome to store your luggage at the reception desk.

This is where your cycling the Dolomites journey begins. Meet with your group at 2:00 p.m. for a safety and bike-fitting session with your trip leaders. Your biking clothes are not required to attend this meeting. By the end of the session, your rooms will be ready, and you will have time to settle in and change into your biking clothes Later, enjoy a warm-up ride along easy, scenic bike paths outside the city. You will cycle along the Talfer River to the Talfer Meadows and the base of the medieval Runkelstein Castle, one of the most majestic castles in the valleys surrounding Bolzano.

Later, as you ride along the Isarco River, the Rosengarten range rises before you. The summits of these mountains change color to various shades of red and purple during sunset. Legend attributes this magical show to the dwarf King Laurin, who was said to be able to change the hue of his favorite roses in the twilight.

This evening, gather for a welcome cocktail at the legendary hotel bar and admire the unique artwork and fresco paintings depicting the saga of King Laurin. The entire hotel collection includes around 200 original 20th-century works, from woodcuts to canvas pieces, from Impressionism to German New Objectivity. Exquisite works can be found in the guestrooms, parlors and the hotel’s private park.

Tonight, a special welcome dinner will be served in the elegant rooms or terrace of your hotel.

Accommodation: Parkhotel Laurin, Bolzano
Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Today’s Ride Choice:

Cumulative Distance Range: 15 km (9 miles)
Afternoon
Warm-up: 15 km (9 miles)

What to Expect: The warm-up ride takes you on the outskirts of the city to the base of the Runkelstein Castle. As you approach the castle, you’ll encounter a gradual uphill. The entire ride is on bike paths, which you’ll follow into Bolzano’s main square. You will need to walk your bike for a very short stretch to your hotel, located right in the heart of the old city.

After a hearty buffet breakfast, you will cycle directly from your hotel, following an easy bike path out of town along the Isarco River. The landscape opens up as you skirt the foot of Sigmundskron Castle, one of six mountain museums established by the famed South Tyrolean mountaineer, Reinhold Messner, and dedicated to mountain people and culture.

At the confluence of the Adige and Isarco Rivers, the route gently climbs past the sloping vineyards of the Kalterer Valley. As you ascend, marvel at the views of the valley surrounded by soaring mountains. Your route will remain easy for the rest of the day, pausing for lunch in Kalter. This mountain village is famous for the Gewürztraminer wine. Stop at one of the oldest wine cellars for a wine tasting visit.

Early this afternoon, you will cycle by Lake Caldaro, the warmest bathing lake in the Alps, and continue your alpine route on an easy bike path along the Adige River. This rewarding ride leads back to your hotel.

You have the rest of the day to stroll the beautiful Old Town of Bolzano, exploring its narrow alleys, old manor houses, and Romanesque and Gothic structures famously constructed by the Schiche brothers from Augsburg, Germany. You might stop to visit the Museum of Archaeology, whose main attraction is Oetzi the Iceman, the famous glacier mummy discovered fully clothed in 1991. The food culture of this alpine town is evident in its wide variety of organic food shops and a street market selling fresh products from nearby farms. Indulge in the local bounty when you choose a restaurant for dinner on your own. South Tyrol’s excellent cuisine is reflected in its numerous award-winning restaurants. In 2016, 18 of the region’s restaurants received a record 23 Michelin stars.

Accommodation: Parkhotel Laurin, Bolzano
Included Meals: Breakfast

Today’s Ride Choices:

Cumulative Distance Range: 13 – 50 km (8 – 31 miles)
Morning
Bolzano to Caldaro: 18 km (11 miles)
Afternoon
Caldaro to Bolzano with Shuttle: 13 km (8 miles)
OR
Caldaro to Bolzano: 32 km (20 miles)

What to Expect: This morning’s ride follows a well-paved bike path along mostly flat or very gradually ascending terrain, with the exception of one long uphill that can be skipped by taking a five-minute support vehicle shuttle.

In the afternoon, glide downhill from Caldaro for a beautiful ride past vineyards to Lake Caldaro. Then, follow the flat and well-paved Adige River bike path all the way back to the hotel. To shorten the afternoon ride, you may take a one-stop train ride from Ora to Bolzano.

Setting off this morning, you will skirt the Noce River, following a well-paved bike path into the verdant Sole Valley; a spectacular expanse of emerald green, watched over by the dramatic Stelvio National Park mountain range to the north and the Adamello and Brenta Dolomites Natural Reserve to the south. This invigorating ride starts in the unspoiled Pejo Valley along the tranquil river, and continues through open meadows and shaded spruce woods, passing apple orchards and scenic picnic areas that beg you to stop a moment and take it all in. Later, the magnificent Ortles-Cevedale mountain range appears. A particularly charming highlight of the morning is the village of Pellizzano, an ancient cluster of stone buildings, and a frescoed medieval church. After lunch on your own at the restaurant which is part of the main rafting center of the valley, you may cycle a few more miles including an optional hill climb into the Meledrio Valley—the gateway to the ski resort Madonna di Campiglio, known as the “Pearl of the Brenta Dolomites.” You will stay in this picturesque corner of Trentino Alto Adige for the next two nights.

Often compared to the toniest of European destinations, Madonna di Campiglio gained fame in the 19th century when Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife Elisabeth (popularly known as “Sissi”) vacationed here. Celebrities still flock here to indulge in its glamorous atmosphere. In summer, outdoor enthusiasts find it the perfect location for hiking, rock climbing and, of course, biking. Unwind at your family-run, mountain hotel, enjoying the sauna and spa before dinner at the gourmet restaurant. You will savor its home-made dishes and organic selections, such as steelhead trout from the nearby Sarca River, served with apples from the Non Valley.

Accommodation: Hotel Chalet del Sogno, Madonna di Campiglio
Alternate Hotel: Hotel Chalet del Brenta, Madonna di Campiglio
Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Today’s Ride Choices:

Cumulative Distance Range: 8 – 42 km (5 – 26 miles)
Morning
Cogolo to Caldes: 27 km (17 miles)

Afternoon
Caldes to Dimaro: 8 km (5 miles)
Dimaro to Costa Rotian: 7 km (4 miles)

What to Expect: A shuttle takes you to Cogolo in the Pejo Valley this morning. The views are incredible. From here, you will coast downhill on a paved road with little car traffic for a couple of miles. Then you will follow a well-paved bike path along the Noce River to Caldes, mostly downhill or flat. The afternoon route features 8 km (5 miles) of easy riding on the same path, gradually gaining elevation up to Dimaro. An additional 7 km (4 miles) of moderate riding will take you to Costa Rotian for magnificent views. Later in the afternoon, a 20-minute shuttle from the bottom of the valley takes you to your hotel in Madonna di Campiglio.

Awake this morning to the staggering beauty that encircles Madonna di Campiglio and your chalet. After a hearty breakfast prepared by your hosts, set off on a breathtaking day of riding amid the Adamello and Brenta Dolomites. Begin with an inspiring ride into the Vallesinella Valley, passing patches of high spruce trees, before pausing to visit a local cheesemaker at a family-run farm, the perfect setting for an informal merenda (traditional light snack). You’ll taste the delicious milk which comes from cows that graze in high mountain pastures during the summer. Later, enjoy lunch on your own. Early this afternoon, continue on your bike into the narrow and dramatic Genova Valley, cut into a canyon between the peaks of the Adamello and Presanella ranges. The Sarca River flows through this astonishingly deep ravine, dropping as it forms several scenic waterfalls. The Nardis Falls are almost close enough to touch as you ride past. Enjoy the ride at your pace, and if you’re up for it, add a few harder miles toward the bottom of the valley to see more waterfalls.

Later, shuttle back to Madonna di Campiglio and spend the afternoon as you wish. Board a cable car to one of the peaks for magnificent views and walks through the splendid landscape. Stop for a drink at a rifugio or shop in the local boutiques for some of the region’s renowned felt objects or sweaters. Tonight, you are treated to regional Trentino specialties at your hotel restaurant.

Accommodation: Hotel Chalet del Sogno, Madonna di Campiglio
Alternate Hotel: Hotel Chalet del Brenta, Madonna di Campiglio
Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Cumulative Distance Range: 13 – 35 km (8 – 21 miles)
Morning
Chalet to Maso Pan: 22 km (13 miles)

Afternoon
Maso Pan to Nardis and Carisolo: 13 km (8 miles)

What to Expect: This morning, your ride takes you into the quiet Vallesinella Valley before descending into the Rendena Valley on an exhilarating descent. The road is all paved, with minor potholes and hairpins in some stretches that require caution. The last miles follow an easy and well-paved bike path up to the farm where you will stop for lunch.

In the afternoon, you continue into the Genova Valley on a paved road, with a gradual uphill leading to the spectacular Nardis waterfalls. You can skip the gradual hill with a short support vehicle shuttle with your trip leaders. The afternoon option ends with an easy and mostly downhill ride from the waterfalls to Carisolo. From there, all guests shuttle back to Madonna di Campiglio.

Today’s leg of cycling the Dolomites promises invigorating and beautiful rides along paved roads. Most of the route is downhill as you leave the Dolomites for Pinzolo and Lake Garda. Wide-open views of the Presanella and Adamello peaks and the Brenta Dolomites unfold, with their high elevation glaciers and jagged pinnacles. In Carisolo, you will enter the Rendena Valley and pedal along a well-paved bikeway along the banks of the Sarca River. In Stenico, you’ll pause for an included picnic lunch hosted at a local osteria by two smiling locals, Licia and Nicola. You may be interested in visiting the town’s wonderful castle where fine, ancient inlaid furniture, weapons, frescoes, stoves, and much more testify to the skills of local craftsmen of earlier centuries. Descending out of Stenico, you begin one of the most spectacular stretches of the week as you follow a path through the Limaro Canyon. This downhill route meanders along the roaring Sarca River and the natural ravine enclosed by the towering rock faces of Monte Casale.

You will end your spectacular ride in Sarche and enjoy a well-deserved gelato. A short shuttle takes you to your elegant hotel in Riva del Garda. After settling in, you have free time to explore the luxurious hotel gardens that stretch to the lakeshore. A short, easy walk on the lake promenade brings you to the heart of Riva, beautifully nestled at the foot of a steep rocky mountain. Dine on your own at the hotel restaurant or linger in Riva for an array of options.

Accommodation: Du Lac et Du Parc Grand Resort, Riva del Garda
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Today’s Ride Choices:

Cumulative Distance Range: 13 – 43 km (8 – 26 miles)
Morning
Carisolo to Preore: 20 km (12 miles)
Preore to Stenico: 10 km (6 miles)
Afternoon
Stenico to Sarche: 13 km (8 miles)

What to Expect: A 20-minute shuttle from Madonna di Campiglio this morning takes you to Carisolo in the Rendena Valley, where you’ll ride along a beautifully paved bike path to its end in Preore. There, you can opt to shuttle to our lunch spot in Stenico or continue by bike on a scenic, easy to moderate route, partly carved into the side of a steep mountain.

The afternoon ride from Stenico down to Sarche is mostly downhill and extremely scenic, including a stretch in the canyon formed by the Sarca River. You will then shuttle from Sarca to your hotel (25 minutes). The last two miles are downhill with some car traffic.

Mountains surrounding Lake Garda shield the valley from cooler air currents, creating a Mediterranean climate where olive and fruit trees, vineyards, exotic flowers and even palms all thrive. Your journey culminates in this paradise as you depart directly from your hotel and cycle north on mostly flat terrain to Sarca River Park, where the river spills into Lake Garda. This is one ride where you’ll want to stop along the way and take a closer look at some of the different habitats and sights including the quaint village of Arco, with its castle looming from a high spur. Take in the stark beauty of the Marocche di Dro habitat, an unexpectedly dry and almost lunar landscape. Pedal through the vineyard-blanketed wine region of Sarche. Later, arrive at the quiet, verdant shores of intimate Lake Cavedine, where the Pedrotti family has invited you to join them for lunch on their wine-making farm. Enjoy simple specialties such as fragrant tomatoes grown in the Gresta Valley, freshly baked bread, and meats and cheeses from nearby organic farms. Here you’ll taste the local vino santo, a satisfying rich, sweet “meditation” wine that the Pedrotti family has made the same way for generations. These wines are meant to stand alone, rather than be consumed with food.

After a rewarding lunch, you will loop back to Riva and your hotel. Later this afternoon, you may treat yourself to the luxurious spa and wellness center located in the property’s majestic park or go for a swim in Lake Garda. Our farewell dinner is in Riva tonight, hosted in a 1600s manor house.

Accommodation: Du Lac et Du Parc Grand Resort, Riva del Garda
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today’s Ride Choice:

Cumulative Distance Range: 24 – 52 km (15 – 32 miles)
Morning
Riva to Pedrotti: 28 km (17 miles)
Afternoon
Pedrotti Farm to Riva: 24 km (15 miles)

What to Expect: Today’s route is a beautiful loop; half on a well-paved bike path and half on country roads. The morning ride includes a long gradual uphill midway, which can easily be skipped by a short support vehicle shuttle. In the afternoon, you continue on an easy descent to Lake Garda and your hotel.

After breakfast, walk to the ferry embarcadero where you will take a scenic two-hour cruise on Lake Garda to Gargnano. The ferry is scheduled to depart Riva at 9:25 a.m. and arrive at Gargnano at 11:37 a.m. Make sure you are ready to disembark at the scheduled time. There are restrooms and a bar onboard for your comfort. In this picturesque village, there will be time to pick up some lunch or maybe a gelato. You will depart at 12:00 p.m. by bus to your centrally-located hotel in Milan, arriving at approximately 3:00 p.m. When you disembark in Gargnano, walk left toward a small square with docked boats. On the square you will find the Azzurro gelato shop, a bar and a grocery store where you can buy some refreshments. Continue left, walking up cobbled Via Roma for approx. 600 feet. At the end of the road on your left on PIAZZA BOLDRINI, you will find a private coach with a VBT sign, ready to leave at 12:00 p.m. for Milan. The driver will make a short stop on the motorway before getting to your destination. In Milan you may join VBT’s local guide on an orientation walk.

If you have chosen VBT’s independent Post-trip Extension to Milan, you will remain here for three nights. Your local representative can help you make the most of your stay and will propose optional city tours for the next days. VBT’s City Information includes recommendations for restaurants, museums, and transportation in the area, and will help you explore on your own.

Accommodation: UnaHotelsCusani, Milan
Alternate Hotel: Hotel Cavour, Milan
Included Meals: Breakfast

Fly home or continue your journey with an optional post-trip extension in Milan.

Find detailed itineraries at vbt.com.

After breakfast* this morning, transfer to Malpensa Airport (approximately 60 minutes, depending on traffic) for your departing flight**. Please ensure that you are ready in the hotel reception area at the designated time.

*Please note: For guests with early-morning departures, breakfast at the hotel may not be available. Please check with the reception desk to verify the times when breakfast is served.

**VBT recommends that you check your transfer time in your “Transfer Reminder.” VBT transfer times and departure points are finalized in advance and cannot be modified for individual guests. If you extend your stay beyond the scheduled program dates, return transportation to the airport will be at your own expense.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Fri, May 28 to Thu, Jun 3 - 2021

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Your tour starts at 2:00 p.m. at our Bolzano hotel (Parkotel Laurin, Via Laurin 4, Bolzano, Phone +39 0471 311000). Your trip leaders will meet you in the lobby wearing VBT staff garments. Please have lunch before meeting your group and trip leaders. If your arrival at our Bolzano hotel will be later than 2:00 p.m. or if you are delayed, please call the hotel and ask the front desk to pass the message on to your trip leaders. If you prefer to board our private coach which is reserved for the Air Package guests in Innsbruck and transfer to Bolzano, make sure you are outside our Innsbruck Hotel at 10:30 a.m.

This is where your cycling the Dolomites journey begins. Meet with your group at 2:00 p.m. for a safety and bike-fitting session with your trip leaders. Your biking clothes are not required to attend this meeting. By the end of the session, your rooms will be ready, and you will have time to settle in and change into your biking clothes Later, enjoy a warm-up ride along easy, scenic bike paths outside the city. You will cycle along the Talfer River to the Talfer Meadows and the base of the medieval Runkelstein Castle, one of the most majestic castles in the valleys surrounding Bolzano.

Later, as you ride along the Isarco River, the Rosengarten range rises before you. The summits of these mountains change color to various shades of red and purple during sunset. Legend attributes this magical show to the dwarf King Laurin, who was said to be able to change the hue of his favorite roses in the twilight.

This evening, gather for a welcome cocktail at the legendary hotel bar and admire the unique artwork and fresco paintings depicting the saga of King Laurin. The entire hotel collection includes around 200 original 20th-century works, from woodcuts to canvas pieces, from Impressionism to German New Objectivity. Exquisite works can be found in the guestrooms, parlors and the hotel’s private park.

Tonight, a special welcome dinner will be served in the elegant rooms or terrace of your hotel.

Accommodation: Parkhotel Laurin, Bolzano
Included Meals: Dinner

Today’s Ride Choice:

Cumulative Distance Range: 15 km (9 miles)
Afternoon
Warm-up: 15 km (9 miles)

What to Expect: The warm-up ride takes you on the outskirts of the city to the base of the Runkelstein Castle. As you approach the castle, you’ll encounter a gradual uphill. The entire ride is on bike paths, which you’ll follow into Bolzano’s main square. You will need to walk your bike for a very short stretch to your hotel, located right in the heart of the old city.

After a hearty buffet breakfast, you will cycle directly from your hotel, following an easy bike path out of town along the Isarco River. The landscape opens up as you skirt the foot of Sigmundskron Castle, one of six mountain museums established by the famed South Tyrolean mountaineer, Reinhold Messner, and dedicated to mountain people and culture.

At the confluence of the Adige and Isarco Rivers, the route gently climbs past the sloping vineyards of the Kalterer Valley. As you ascend, marvel at the views of the valley surrounded by soaring mountains. Your route will remain easy for the rest of the day, pausing for lunch in Kalter. This mountain village is famous for the Gewürztraminer wine. Stop at one of the oldest wine cellars for a wine tasting visit.

Early this afternoon, you will cycle by Lake Caldaro, the warmest bathing lake in the Alps, and continue your alpine route on an easy bike path along the Adige River. This rewarding ride leads back to your hotel.

You have the rest of the day to stroll the beautiful Old Town of Bolzano, exploring its narrow alleys, old manor houses, and Romanesque and Gothic structures famously constructed by the Schiche brothers from Augsburg, Germany. You might stop to visit the Museum of Archaeology, whose main attraction is Oetzi the Iceman, the famous glacier mummy discovered fully clothed in 1991. The food culture of this alpine town is evident in its wide variety of organic food shops and a street market selling fresh products from nearby farms. Indulge in the local bounty when you choose a restaurant for dinner on your own. South Tyrol’s excellent cuisine is reflected in its numerous award-winning restaurants. In 2016, 18 of the region’s restaurants received a record 23 Michelin stars.

Accommodation: Parkhotel Laurin, Bolzano
Included Meals: Breakfast

Today’s Ride Choices:

Cumulative Distance Range: 13 – 50 km (8 – 31 miles)
Morning
Bolzano to Caldaro: 18 km (11 miles)
Afternoon
Caldaro to Bolzano with Shuttle: 13 km (8 miles)
OR
Caldaro to Bolzano: 32 km (20 miles)

What to Expect: This morning’s ride follows a well-paved bike path along mostly flat or very gradually ascending terrain, with the exception of one long uphill that can be skipped by taking a five-minute support vehicle shuttle.

In the afternoon, glide downhill from Caldaro for a beautiful ride past vineyards to Lake Caldaro. Then, follow the flat and well-paved Adige River bike path all the way back to the hotel. To shorten the afternoon ride, you may take a one-stop train ride from Ora to Bolzano.

Setting off this morning, you will skirt the Noce River, following a well-paved bike path into the verdant Sole Valley; a spectacular expanse of emerald green, watched over by the dramatic Stelvio National Park mountain range to the north and the Adamello and Brenta Dolomites Natural Reserve to the south. This invigorating ride starts in the unspoiled Pejo Valley along the tranquil river, and continues through open meadows and shaded spruce woods, passing apple orchards and scenic picnic areas that beg you to stop a moment and take it all in. Later, the magnificent Ortles-Cevedale mountain range appears. A particularly charming highlight of the morning is the village of Pellizzano, an ancient cluster of stone buildings, and a frescoed medieval church. After lunch on your own at the restaurant which is part of the main rafting center of the valley, you may cycle a few more miles including an optional hill climb into the Meledrio Valley—the gateway to the ski resort Madonna di Campiglio, known as the “Pearl of the Brenta Dolomites.” You will stay in this picturesque corner of Trentino Alto Adige for the next two nights.

Often compared to the toniest of European destinations, Madonna di Campiglio gained fame in the 19th century when Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife Elisabeth (popularly known as “Sissi”) vacationed here. Celebrities still flock here to indulge in its glamorous atmosphere. In summer, outdoor enthusiasts find it the perfect location for hiking, rock climbing and, of course, biking. Unwind at your family-run, mountain hotel, enjoying the sauna and spa before dinner at the gourmet restaurant. You will savor its home-made dishes and organic selections, such as steelhead trout from the nearby Sarca River, served with apples from the Non Valley.

Accommodation: Hotel Chalet del Sogno, Madonna di Campiglio
Alternate Hotel: Hotel Chalet del Brenta, Madonna di Campiglio
Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Today’s Ride Choices:

Cumulative Distance Range: 8 – 42 km (5 – 26 miles)
Morning
Cogolo to Caldes: 27 km (17 miles)

Afternoon
Caldes to Dimaro: 8 km (5 miles)
Dimaro to Costa Rotian: 7 km (4 miles)

What to Expect: A shuttle takes you to Cogolo in the Pejo Valley this morning. The views are incredible. From here, you will coast downhill on a paved road with little car traffic for a couple of miles. Then you will follow a well-paved bike path along the Noce River to Caldes, mostly downhill or flat. The afternoon route features 8 km (5 miles) of easy riding on the same path, gradually gaining elevation up to Dimaro. An additional 7 km (4 miles) of moderate riding will take you to Costa Rotian for magnificent views. Later in the afternoon, a 20-minute shuttle from the bottom of the valley takes you to your hotel in Madonna di Campiglio.

Awake this morning to the staggering beauty that encircles Madonna di Campiglio and your chalet. After a hearty breakfast prepared by your hosts, set off on a breathtaking day of riding amid the Adamello and Brenta Dolomites. Begin with an inspiring ride into the Vallesinella Valley, passing patches of high spruce trees, before pausing to visit a local cheesemaker at a family-run farm, the perfect setting for an informal merenda (traditional light snack). You’ll taste the delicious milk which comes from cows that graze in high mountain pastures during the summer. Later, enjoy lunch on your own. Early this afternoon, continue on your bike into the narrow and dramatic Genova Valley, cut into a canyon between the peaks of the Adamello and Presanella ranges. The Sarca River flows through this astonishingly deep ravine, dropping as it forms several scenic waterfalls. The Nardis Falls are almost close enough to touch as you ride past. Enjoy the ride at your pace, and if you’re up for it, add a few harder miles toward the bottom of the valley to see more waterfalls.

Later, shuttle back to Madonna di Campiglio and spend the afternoon as you wish. Board a cable car to one of the peaks for magnificent views and walks through the splendid landscape. Stop for a drink at a rifugio or shop in the local boutiques for some of the region’s renowned felt objects or sweaters. Tonight, you are treated to regional Trentino specialties at your hotel restaurant.

Accommodation: Hotel Chalet del Sogno, Madonna di Campiglio
Alternate Hotel: Hotel Chalet del Brenta, Madonna di Campiglio
Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Cumulative Distance Range: 13 – 35 km (8 – 21 miles)
Morning
Chalet to Maso Pan: 22 km (13 miles)

Afternoon
Maso Pan to Nardis and Carisolo: 13 km (8 miles)

What to Expect: This morning, your ride takes you into the quiet Vallesinella Valley before descending into the Rendena Valley on an exhilarating descent. The road is all paved, with minor potholes and hairpins in some stretches that require caution. The last miles follow an easy and well-paved bike path up to the farm where you will stop for lunch.

In the afternoon, you continue into the Genova Valley on a paved road, with a gradual uphill leading to the spectacular Nardis waterfalls. You can skip the gradual hill with a short support vehicle shuttle with your trip leaders. The afternoon option ends with an easy and mostly downhill ride from the waterfalls to Carisolo. From there, all guests shuttle back to Madonna di Campiglio.

Today’s leg of cycling the Dolomites promises invigorating and beautiful rides along paved roads. Most of the route is downhill as you leave the Dolomites for Pinzolo and Lake Garda. Wide-open views of the Presanella and Adamello peaks and the Brenta Dolomites unfold, with their high elevation glaciers and jagged pinnacles. In Carisolo, you will enter the Rendena Valley and pedal along a well-paved bikeway along the banks of the Sarca River. In Stenico, you’ll pause for an included picnic lunch hosted at a local osteria by two smiling locals, Licia and Nicola. You may be interested in visiting the town’s wonderful castle where fine, ancient inlaid furniture, weapons, frescoes, stoves, and much more testify to the skills of local craftsmen of earlier centuries. Descending out of Stenico, you begin one of the most spectacular stretches of the week as you follow a path through the Limaro Canyon. This downhill route meanders along the roaring Sarca River and the natural ravine enclosed by the towering rock faces of Monte Casale.

You will end your spectacular ride in Sarche and enjoy a well-deserved gelato. A short shuttle takes you to your elegant hotel in Riva del Garda. After settling in, you have free time to explore the luxurious hotel gardens that stretch to the lakeshore. A short, easy walk on the lake promenade brings you to the heart of Riva, beautifully nestled at the foot of a steep rocky mountain. Dine on your own at the hotel restaurant or linger in Riva for an array of options.

Accommodation: Du Lac et Du Parc Grand Resort, Riva del Garda
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Today’s Ride Choices:

Cumulative Distance Range: 13 – 43 km (8 – 26 miles)
Morning
Carisolo to Preore: 20 km (12 miles)
Preore to Stenico: 10 km (6 miles)
Afternoon
Stenico to Sarche: 13 km (8 miles)

What to Expect: A 20-minute shuttle from Madonna di Campiglio this morning takes you to Carisolo in the Rendena Valley, where you’ll ride along a beautifully paved bike path to its end in Preore. There, you can opt to shuttle to our lunch spot in Stenico or continue by bike on a scenic, easy to moderate route, partly carved into the side of a steep mountain.

The afternoon ride from Stenico down to Sarche is mostly downhill and extremely scenic, including a stretch in the canyon formed by the Sarca River. You will then shuttle from Sarca to your hotel (25 minutes). The last two miles are downhill with some car traffic.

Mountains surrounding Lake Garda shield the valley from cooler air currents, creating a Mediterranean climate where olive and fruit trees, vineyards, exotic flowers and even palms all thrive. Your journey culminates in this paradise as you depart directly from your hotel and cycle north on mostly flat terrain to Sarca River Park, where the river spills into Lake Garda. This is one ride where you’ll want to stop along the way and take a closer look at some of the different habitats and sights including the quaint village of Arco, with its castle looming from a high spur. Take in the stark beauty of the Marocche di Dro habitat, an unexpectedly dry and almost lunar landscape. Pedal through the vineyard-blanketed wine region of Sarche. Later, arrive at the quiet, verdant shores of intimate Lake Cavedine, where the Pedrotti family has invited you to join them for lunch on their wine-making farm. Enjoy simple specialties such as fragrant tomatoes grown in the Gresta Valley, freshly baked bread, and meats and cheeses from nearby organic farms. Here you’ll taste the local vino santo, a satisfying rich, sweet “meditation” wine that the Pedrotti family has made the same way for generations. These wines are meant to stand alone, rather than be consumed with food.

After a rewarding lunch, you will loop back to Riva and your hotel. Later this afternoon, you may treat yourself to the luxurious spa and wellness center located in the property’s majestic park or go for a swim in Lake Garda. Our farewell dinner is in Riva tonight, hosted in a 1600s manor house.

Accommodation: Du Lac et Du Parc Grand Resort, Riva del Garda
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today’s Ride Choice:

Cumulative Distance Range: 24 – 52 km (15 – 32 miles)
Morning
Riva to Pedrotti: 28 km (17 miles)
Afternoon
Pedrotti Farm to Riva: 24 km (15 miles)

What to Expect: Today’s route is a beautiful loop; half on a well-paved bike path and half on country roads. The morning ride includes a long gradual uphill midway, which can easily be skipped by a short support vehicle shuttle. In the afternoon, you continue on an easy descent to Lake Garda and your hotel.

After breakfast, walk to the ferry embarcadero where you will take a scenic two-hour cruise on Lake Garda to Gargnano. The ferry is scheduled to depart Riva at 9:25 a.m. and arrive at Gargnano at 11:37 a.m. Make sure you are ready to disembark at the scheduled time. There are restrooms and a bar onboard for your comfort. In this picturesque village, there will be time to pick up some lunch or maybe a gelato. Afterward, together with the Air Package guests, you will depart at 12:00 p.m. by bus to Milan, arriving at approximately 3:00 p.m.

When you disembark in Gargnano, walk left toward a small square with docked boats. On the square you will find the Azzurro gelato shop, a bar and a grocery store, if you like to buy some refreshments. Then continue left walking up cobbled Via Roma for approx. 600 feet. At the end of the road on your left on PIAZZA BOLDRINI, you will find a private coach with a VBT sign, ready to leave at 12:00 p.m. for Milan. The driver will make a short stop on the motorway before getting to your destination. Your tour ends at our centrally located hotel. From here, a taxi or public transportation can take you to the airport or train station at your own expense.

If you have chosen VBT’s independent Post-trip Extension to Milan, you will remain here for three nights. Your local representative can help you make the most of your stay and will propose optional city tours for the next days. VBT’s City Information includes recommendations for restaurants, museums, and transportation in the area, and will help you explore on your own.

Accommodation: UnaHotelsCusani, Milan
Alternate Hotel: Hotel Cavour, Milan
Included Meals: Breakfast

Fly home or continue your journey with an optional post-trip extension in Milan.

Find detailed itineraries at vbt.com.

After breakfast* this morning, transfer to Malpensa Airport (approximately 60 minutes, depending on traffic) for your departing flight**. Please ensure that you are ready in the hotel reception area at the designated time.

*Please note: For guests with early-morning departures, breakfast at the hotel may not be available. Please check with the reception desk to verify the times when breakfast is served.

**VBT recommends that you check your transfer time in your “Transfer Reminder.” VBT transfer times and departure points are finalized in advance and cannot be modified for individual guests. If you extend your stay beyond the scheduled program dates, return transportation to the airport will be at your own expense.

Included Meals: Breakfast

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  • 2 nights at the Hotel Schwarzer Adler with Daily breakfast
  • City Information
  • Hospitality Desk & City Orientation Tour
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Depart home for Austria. The particulars of your arrival overseas are detailed with your flight itinerary.

Upon your arrival at the Innsbruck airport, a local VBT representative holding a sign will meet you outside the customs area to help you transfer to your hotel (approximately 10 minutes).

If you are going to be delayed meeting the transfer representative due to delayed or lost luggage, please let them know by calling or sending a text message to +43 664 300 7178. Please type VBT Guest at the beginning of your text. The drivers are generally able to wait for up to 45 minutes from the time your flight lands, after which you will be responsible for your own transfer. You may also contact Allianz Global Assistance (information available in your final documents) to advise them of your delay, and they will contact VBT’s transfer service.

Please note: Your hotel room may not be available until 4:00 p.m., but if you arrive early, you may store your luggage at the reception desk.

You have the rest of the day free to explore, using VBT’s City Information as your guide.

Accommodation: Hotel Schwarzer Adler, Innsbruck, Austria

This morning, a local VBT representative will be at your hotel at 9:00 a.m. to answer questions and offer a private guided walk to help you make the most of the city.

Afterward, the day is yours to explore the historic city of Innsbruck. Visit the resplendent Hofburg Palace or browse the city’s Altstadt, or Old Town. Don’t miss the Hofkirche, or Court Church, with the amazing tomb of Maximilian I. For lunch, linger at one of the many typical Austrian cafés, famous for their coffee, delicious pastries and chocolates.

Accommodation: Hotel Schwarzer Adler, Innsbruck, Austria
Included Meals: Breakfast

You have another day free to discover more of Innsbruck or to venture outside the city by public bus to the town of Wattens, home to the famous Swarovski Crystal Worlds. Enjoy a leisurely visit, admiring the art collections and museum, savoring lunch, and finding the perfect keepsake from a wide selection of crystal objects and jewels. Alternatively, board a cable car and climb 6,500 feet (1,981 meters) to the district of Hungerburg and the peaks of Seegrube and Hafelekar. Take in the sweeping views of the Alps and perhaps enjoy a hike in the mountains.

VBT Air Package guests arrive throughout the day.

Accommodation: Hotel Schwarzer Adler, Innsbruck, Austria
Included Meals: Breakfast

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2021 Post-Trip Extension - Milan Post-Trip Exension

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  • 2 nights at the UnaHotels Cusani or Hotel Cavour with daily breakfast
  • VBT City Information
  • Hospitality Desk & City Orientation Tour
  • Airport transfers
  • Admire Leonardo Da Vinci’s The Last Supper
  • Visit the world’s most famous opera house, Teatro La Scala
  • Explore both inside and outside Duomo di Milano, Milan’s ornate cathedral
  • Indulge in food and retail options at Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Today, you have the entire day to explore this alluring city. Your hotel is a short walk from the convent of Sta. Maria delle Grazie, a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for Leonardo da Vinci’s fresco The Last Supper. Please note: If you’d like to visit the convent, reservations are necessary and should be made well in advance. For more information, visit milan-museum.com/.

You can also walk to the pedestrian-only shopping district of Via Dante, right outside the door of your hotel, and browse the glamorous boutiques of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Take time to visit the Palazzo Reale or Royal Palace and explore the magnificent Duomo di Milano. Make sure you buy your ticket in advance to avoid the long lines. See duomomilano.it/en/ for more information. In the evening, you can stroll to Brera, the art and fashion district, to people-watch in one of the city’s many trendy cafés. For informative and enlightening walking tours, contact our local guide in advance. You’ll find more details in VBT’s Milan City Information, which we recommend you read in advance to help plan your stay.

Accommodation: UnaHotels Cusani, Milan
Alternate Hotel: Hotel Cavour, Milan
Included Meals: Breakfast

Enjoy another day discovering the historic and cultural treasures of Milan. You’ll definitely want to visit Sforza Castle, across the square from your hotel. This huge fortress, once one of the largest citadels in Europe, is now home to Milan’s finest museums and art collections. Here, you can view Michelangelo’s Pietà Rondanini, the artist’s final sculpture.

If you are a shopper and lover of Italian cuisine, enjoy browsing Milan’s chic designer boutiques and dining in some of its many fine restaurants. If you’d like, you can take a train to the nearby town of Bergamo, home to the Carrara Academy, one of Italy’s finest art galleries. As you plan your time here, keep in mind that most museums in Italy are closed on Mondays.

Alternately, visit Lugano, a pretty Swiss lakeside town in a beautiful alpine setting. Train connections from Milan’s central station are frequent, and the ride is short. Remember to take your passport with you! Please use the VBT City Information packet to make the most of your stay.

Accommodation: UnaHotels Cusani, Milan
Alternate Hotel: Hotel Cavour, Milan
Included Meals: Breakfast

After breakfast* this morning, transfer to Malpensa Airport (approximately 60 minutes, depending on traffic) for your departing flight**. Please ensure that you are ready in the hotel reception area at the designated time.

*Please note: For guests with early-morning departures, breakfast at the hotel may not be available. Please check with the reception desk to verify the times when breakfast is served.

**VBT recommends that you check your transfer time in your “Transfer Reminder.” VBT transfer times and departure points are finalized in advance and cannot be modified for individual guests. If you extend your stay beyond the scheduled program dates, return transportation to the airport will be at your own expense.

Included Meals: Breakfast

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