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Um velho contador para o Séc.XXI

O Omata One é velocímetro de bicicleta um pouco enganador. Claro que se parece com um medidor de dados simples, mas o Omata não é simples em nada. Atrás dos três mostradores, alojados numa caixa de alumínio liso, é um computador...
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11 dias Alemães: os alpes da Baviera
11 dias Alemães: os alpes da Baviera
Preço actual:
Desde £969,00
   
Tipo :
Com guia
Terreno :
Estrada
Duração :
11d
País :
Alemanha
Distância :
170kms
Dificuldade :
Fácil
Data :
-June 20th until August 29th-

Day 1: Arrival at Munich airport. Transfer by minibus or taxi to our base hotel in Bad Bayersoien.

Day 2: Bad Bayersoien. After breakfast, we personally equip you with your bicycle ensuring a perfect fit for everyone. The day is then yours to explore Bad Bayersoien, a picture perfect Bavarian village set beside the Soiener See, a pretty bathing lake. With the dramatic backdrop of the Ammergauer Alps rearing up from the south, a maze of cycle routes traverse a picturesque nature reserve to the east.

Day 3: Bad Bayersoien to Pfronten. Quiet lanes reserved for the local farmers lead west through lush alpine meadows to the Lech Valley. En route, you’ll pass Wies Church, a Rococo masterpiece. To the south, the imposing splendour of the Allgäuer Alps becomes yet more breathtaking as sleepy country lanes take us to Pfronten. 32 miles (54km).

Day 4: Pfronten. A charming Bavarian town nestling in the verdant Vils Valley beneath the towering Aggenstein Mountain, Pfronten features traditional Bavarian houses, decorated with murals and colourful window-boxes, lining the main street. A cycle route along the Vils Valley leads to Füssen, a pretty medieval town crammed with historic buildings. On a nearby outcrop, stands the fairytale vision of Neuschwanstein, the renowned castle built by ‘Mad’ King Ludwig.

Day 5: Pfronten to Oberstdorf. To the southwest of Pfronten, the Vils Valley narrows and meanders between wooded slopes. A traffic-free cycle route follows the valley before crossing the border into Austria and emerging near the gorgeous Tyrolean village of Schattwald. A winding descent then leads to Bad Hindelang, a prominent spa resort with traditional houses bedecked with summer blooms. From here, the glaciated Iller Valley stretches south to Oberstdorf. 24 miles (38km).

Day 6: Oberstdorf. A lively town full of unique Bavarian character, Oberstdorf is one of Germany’s premier ski resorts. In summer, lovers of the great outdoors enjoy the fantastic cycling and walking available around here. Cosy cafés serving delicious cakes, Gasthofs with shaded beer gardens, chic shops and interesting museums all compete for your attention. Best of all, the thrilling cable car ride to the towering Nebelhorn Peak will simply take your breath away.

Day 7: Oberstdorf to Hittisau. Today’s ride is an absolute gem – a narrow traffic-free lane carves through the mountains to the west of Oberstdorf to offer the ultimate enchanting ‘away from it all’ route through a nature reserve with spectacular views at every twist and turn. 22 miles (35km).

Day 8: Hittisau. Hittisau nestles in a beautiful Austrian valley amid the Bregenzer Alps. Close to the Swiss border, the architecture resembles that of its near neighbour – picture-perfect chalets clad with intricate wood tiles and vivid flower boxes. Although the village is home to just a few hundred residents, Hittisau boasts three Michelinrated restaurants (rustic venues with the emphasis on delicious local specialities rather than pretentious cooking and star ratings). Explore the superb scenery of this peaceful corner of Austria along its numerous quiet lanes and tracks.

Day 9: Hittisau to Bad Oberstaufen. Fortunately for us, the pure serenity of this area still remains a well-kept secret – its tranquillity and exceptional beauty is truly inspiring: a cycling paradise of lush valleys dotted with chocolate box farmhouses and immaculate villages linked by peaceful lanes. Our route continues north through this beguiling landscape to the spa town, Bad Oberstaufen. 22 miles (35km).

Day 10: Bad Oberstaufen. Regarded as Allgäu’s most charming village, Bad Oberstaufen is a stunning retreat of traditional buildings decorated with stunning murals and vibrant flowers. Relax in hospitable inns and taste delightful Bavarian cuisine, or treat yourself to indulgent cakes in stylish cafés. It’s little wonder that this setting is equally appealing to cyclists and walkers. To the north, a labyrinth of quiet lanes offer enjoyable rides through pristine alpine meadows; the majestic peaks to the south, meanwhile, can be reached by cable car.

Day 11: Today we say “Auf Wiedersehen” and transfer you back to Munich airport by train or minibus, and look forward to having you back again next year.

Prices & Dates
2014 Departure dates Prices
June 20 £969
July 4, 18 £999
August 1, 15, 29 £999
Prices include flights from the UK and airport transfers.

Prices are per person based on two people sharing a double room, departing on direct flights from Heathrow, Gatwick or Stansted Airport. Included in the holiday price is an allowance of £180 per person for flights and transfers. The holiday price may be adjusted up or down depending on the air fare available at the time of booking. Any price change will be advised before your holiday is confirmed.


Reductions

Triple Room: £8 per third person per night.
Infants under 2 years: Sharing bed with parents FREE. Additional expenses (eg. Food
and baby cots) to be paid direct to hoteliers.
Children Under 12 Years: £10 off per night.
Self drive or independent Travel: £180 per person.


Supplements

Single Room: £18 per person per night.
Birmingham dep: £50 per person.
Manchester dep: £65 per person.
Edinburgh, Leeds, Glasgow, Newcastle, Aberdeen, Belfast, Cardiff & Jersey dep:
£85 per person.
Flight supplements are indicative and will be confirmed at the time of booking.
Tandem: £7 per day. Electric Bicycle: £12 per day.


Fly from an airport near you

The rapidly evolving airline market in Europe has resulted in a vast array of flights from regional airports in the UK, to cities throughout Europe. We are very happy to arrange your flights with any airline from any airport in the UK, simply call us and we will research the best options for you. Where we are able to obtain flights at a price lower than the fare used to calculate our brochure prices, we shall be pleased to pass the saving on to you.


Flight Inclusive Holidays

As most airlines issue tickets and require payment shortly after the time of booking,
the travel element of flight inclusive holidays will become payable 14 days after the date of our confirmation invoice. The amount and the due date will be itemised on our invoice.


No Surcharges Guaranteed!

What your holiday price includes:

Return scheduled flight from UK to Munich.
Return transfer between Munich Airport and our base hotel (except self-drive and independent travel bookings).
Number of nights bed and breakfast accommodation as specified.
Use of our modern lightweight bicycles.
Transfer of luggage between hotels.
All train fares as specified in the itinerary.
All airport and local tourist taxes.
VAT

Extend your stay

If you wish to add extra nights to your holiday, with perhaps a visit to Munich, please call us for help and advice.
 

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