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FANCY A CYCLING HOLIDAY ON THE SUNNY SOUTH COAST?


Ever fancied riding along secluded tracks, ancient bridleways and quiet country lanes - along the stunning World Heritage Jurassic Coastline within an area of outstanding natural beauty - then you should be heading straight for sunny Dorset


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Home Scents AD 130mm x 90mm paths.indd 1 16/10/2013 16:06 Experience the Danube Bike Trail by Bike and Boat


Discover a completely new bike travel adventure The Danube cycle path from Passau to Budapest is one of the most beautiful and impressive cycle routes through Europe. On your travels you will see World-famous attractions and historic castles in three European capitals - Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest. Natural wonders such as the Danube loop, the wine region Wachau and the Hungarian Danube Bend aline to create the perfect cycle path.


The Austrian tour operator Rad & Reisen Eurocycle offer convenient on-board accomodation along cycle routes of the Danube. During the day you can cycle approximately 40km per stage on pristine bike paths and low-traffic roads. Nights are spent on-board our cruise ships travelling between Passau and Vienna or Passau and Budapest. An eight day trip includes full board and a tour guide on board. Tours available from £568.


For more information about Rad & Reisen Eurocycle tours visit: www.eurocycle.at


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