Tuscany Bike Tours

Tuscany Bike Tours

If you’re looking for a biking holiday in Tuscany in 2015 then GustoCycling are here to help you. There are range of biking routes passing through beautiful countryside and famous Italian cities. Bike tours have been around a long time and are generally chosen for the pleasure, sense of adventure and autonomy, rather than for sport or exercise. And while some bike tours are designed to cover an area over the span of a day, many tours take many days, or even weeks and months, and can cover a whole country or take you across the world. A bike tour of the Tuscany region is a great way to experience an area widely known for its artistic legacy, traditional history, landscapes and unchanged medieval architecture. Located in the central region of Italy, its capital, Florence, is a World Heritage site. Other World Heritage sites in this region of Italy include Siena, The Cathedral of Pisa, San Gimignano, Pienza, Val d’Orci, and Medici Villas and Gardens. Considered the birthplace of The Renaissance, Tuscany is also home to over 120 nature reserves, and known for its museums and vineyards.


Cycling Events in Tuscany, Italy

Many cycling events happen in this region of Italy, making Tuscany bike tours a popular attraction among tourists. The influence of Italian cycling events are so popular that they’re reenacted abroad with the L’Eroica Britannia among the most popular of events. This is among the easiest of yearly bike touring events. It covers the Peak District National Park, UK. It last three days and ends at the Little Royal Showground near Bakewell. Options of 30, 55, and 100 kilometer tour are offered and all cycles used for this event are steel bikes from before 1987. GustoCycling are partner of this event. Another yearly cycling event, Maratona Dles Dolomites, is a more difficult tour for seasoned cyclists. The most popular, one day bike tour in Europe, takes you through the amazing countryside and right into the heart of Dolomites. This Tuscany bike tour covers 175km and takes you over no fewer than 7 Dolomite passages. Other events include The Umbria Cycle Tour, The Giro d’Italia, and The Montecatini Terme Cycle Tour just to name a few. While many yearly tours are available, custom Tuscany bike tours, both guided and unguided, can also be created to fit your wants, needs, and interests. Whether you want to visit certain areas of Tuscany, such as Chianti or Florence, or if you are looking to see certain attractions, such as varied countryside, historical sites, vineyards, or medieval architecture that has remained unchanged for the last 600 years, a specialty bike tour can be designed. Restaurants, shops, and inns are included in the tour so that you get the most out of your tour. The length and difficulty of the tours vary based on what you want also. Also, while most of time, regular bikes are used on cycling tours, electric bikes are become more popular. This allows someone who may not be as physically fit as the other members of their group to still enjoy the benefits and attractions on a Tuscany bike tour. Sure, there are other ways to tour an area, by bus, car, etc. But nothing gives you the close up views and sense of adventure that comes with a bike tour. So, there really is no better way to tour this beautiful area of Italy, than a Tuscany bike tour. The video is below shows a typical cycling route in the quaint town of Chanti.

If you’re looking for a family cycling holiday in Tuscany then GustoCycling will provide everything you that will suit your entire family. Contact us today and we will be more than happy to help you select the best package for you!   [schema type=”organization” orgtype=”Organization” url=”https://www.gustocycling.com/portfolio/tuscany-bike-tours/” name=”Tuscany Bike Tours” description=”Biking holiday in Tuscany in 2015 then GustoCycling are here to help you. Our tours pass through beautiful countryside & famous italian cities” state=”Tuscany” country=”IT” email=”marco@gustocycling.com” phone=”+44 7515-941879″ ]
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