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South Tyrol Cycle Path

More than just a cycle path

The South Tyrol Cycle Path connects the towns of South Tyrol and promises you a bike tour full of memorable experiences. The mix of Alpine and Mediterranean landscapes ensures plenty of variety – kilometre after kilometre. And as a guest, the multicultural character and liveliness of South Tyrol’s historic centres will, without a doubt, impress you.

Culture x2
It is not only the baroque cathedral in Brixen/Bressanone, the historic buildings of the Fugger town of Sterzing/Vipiteno, the Ötzi Museum in Bozen/Bolzano, or the botanical Gardens of Trauttmansdorff near Meran/Merano that bear witness to the cultural diversity. Immersing yourself in the everyday culture of South Tyrol while riding your bike is synonymous with unique travel experiences. Enjoy moments of discovery and amazement that will stay with you long after your holiday ends.

The perfect combination
Numerous events are held in the squares and various venues of South Tyrolean towns. Cycle to the Merano Music Weeks, bring your appetite and enjoy the ‘Eisacktaler Kost’ Eisacktal/Valle Isarco food festival, and visit the Jazz Festival in Bozen/Bolzano in your bikewear. There is no shortage of ideal opportunities to combine sport and culture.
Info and stages of the South Tyrol Cycle Path
  • South Tyrol Cycle Path: Route A
  • South Tyrol Cycle Path: Route B
Hotels near the South Tyrol Cycle Path
  • Along the route (max. 2km away) or direct access to the main route, excellent accessibility (max. 5km distance from the route, max. 150m elevation gain).
  • Covered and lockable bicycle storage area.
  • Pump, lubricants, and tools for small repairs.
  • Info corner with info folder featuring tour recommendations, tour information, and information on public transport, places to stop, attractions, and bike magazines.