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The hotels were great, the guides were very professional, and the guide we had on the trek was so experienced and attentive to all our abilities and needs. The food, and general standard of hygiene on the trek was outstanding.

Two great memories that I have are, firstly, trekking through the Andes with the guide in front playing his pipes as we walked, and making our offerings of coca leaves to the Inca gods at the Sun Gate....

A. Rady | Australia

Venice to Florence Cycle

Between the two romantic cities of Florence and Venice is the unknown Italy, where vineyards and endless sunflower fields merge with orchards and charming villages, where the river landscape has played an integral part in the regions history and local fisherman wave as you cycle past their pole-huts lining the canals. The relaxed cycle route winds away from Venice along the Adriatic coast, reminding you of the previously strong Venetian dominance over the seas. Taking in the artistic culture and historical legacies entwined in the region of Emilia-Romagna, where mosaics, ceramics and cuisine are some of the noted specialties, there are endless opportunities to stop and absorb the attractions. Interspersed with short train and ferry rides, the final stage to Florence is a fitting end to this engaging cycle journey.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Arrrive Mestre
DAY 2 Cycle across Freedom bridge to Venice and on to Chioggia (35km)
DAY 3 Follow the Adige River through fertile fields to the charming town of Adria (50km)
DAY 4 Along the Po River to Comacchio (65km)
DAY 5 Cycle to the mosaic town of Ravenna via the Po Delta Nature Park (65km)
DAY 6 Cycle to the foothills of the Apennine range and the town of Brisighella (55km)
DAY 7 Train to Borgo San Lorenzo then continue by bike to Florence (35km)
DAY 8 Trip concludes

traveller reviews

This is hard. There are lots of memorable parts. Probably the most awesome part was the long downhill into Florence on the final day.

B. O'Regan. Christchurch, New Zealand

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Trip Code: VFC
Trip Grading: Moderate
Duration:  8 days
Activities:  Cycling
Next Trip:  Every Saturday from 9 Apr to 8 Oct
price: £750.00 GBP

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Electric Bike Supplement £ 80
H High Season Surcharge £50
M Mid Season Surcharge £31

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