Danube River Cruise Bike Tour Video

Backroads pioneered the active river trip, partnering with AmaWaterways, the leader in river cruising, to create a new kind of travel experience featuring biking and walking explorations from an elegant floating hotel. Our Danube River Cruise Bike Tour takes you through the heart of this culturally diverse region from Prague to Passau, Vienna to Bratislava and on to Budapest. Pedal through the Bavarian forest, stroll among baroque architecture, sample local beers and discover tucked-away hamlets. Then luxuriate on board the ship as it carries you to your next adventure.

Get to know our Danube River Cruise Bike Tour with this short video by Backroads leader and videographer David Gallego.

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3 Responses

  1. do you have any 5 50 6 day bike trip

    in Spain..Italy or Greece for May 5-20..2019

    thank you

    adv also if other destinations in Europe have 5 day trips

    • Hi Lucille — Thanks for reaching out! We have a number of 5-6 day bike tours in Italy (Tuscany, Parma & Verona, Piedmont, Puglia, Sicily) and Spain (Andalucía, Mallorca & Menorca, the Pyrenees & Costa Brava) during that time period. We also have a plethora of 5-6 day bike trips in other European destinations during your time window. For more information and to view all available trips, please use our website’s Advanced Search at: https://www.backroads.com/search/advanced_search. Each trip’s webpage has specifics, including itineraries, available dates and prices. Also, feel free to reach out to one of our Trip Consultants at 800-462-2848. We look forward to hearing from you!

  2. We live in Germany and are 70yrs old and 78. We also enjoy the local bike trails all over and connecting the smaller towns together. as people try to live to be 100 and fit. Know what I mean. My Dr told me after my checkup that It looks more like I am 50. The best for your bike tours here in Germany and Europe. You will also find Holland is a giant land of Giant bike riders.

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