A four-country journey has never been this relaxed. And when you're this content, you'll want to say yes to everything. Pedal the lush Black Forest? Yep. Stroll through medieval Cologne? Ja. Sip brews at a biergarten, see Strasbourg's soaring Gothic cathedral and cruise through Amsterdam's canals like a local? Of course!
1-2 Cycle from a quaint village in the Black Forest toward the vineyards of the Rhine Valley | Enjoy superb riding and wine tasting along Alsace's famous Route des Vins | Pedal to the beautiful medieval villages of Riquewihr and Eguisheim.
3 Soak up magical views in Strasbourg and admire the Gothic cathedral on a guided city walk | Pedal along meadows and forests with views of France and Germany.
4 Bike into Speyer, one of Germany's oldest cities | Follow in the footsteps of Romans along the famed Weinstrasse (wine route) | Sample local wines at a Weingut (winery).
5 Pedal past fairy-tale towns, castles and vineyards through the Rhine Gorge | Linger in postcard-perfect Koblenz, a 2,000-year-old town famously set where the Rhine and Moselle Rivers converge | Unwind in a local biergarten.
6 Ride from Bonn to Cologne and explore the city on a guided walking tour | Feel dwarfed by Cologne's Gothic cathedral, visit a chocolate shop and learn about the local Brauhaus (brewery) culture.
7-8 Amsterdam's lovely waterways, arched bridges and crooked canal houses will delight you | Two-wheel it through the serene Dutch countryside.