Cycling holidays through the Allgäu

Cycling tours in the Allgäu, Füssen

If you are planning cycling holidays in the Allgäu, you can look forward to a varied tour through Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg, and Tyrol. Thanks to a very well-signposted network of routes between Lake Constance and the Lech River, the Allgäu region offers numerous tours for cyclists of all levels of fitness. No wonder that so many well-known long-distance cycle routes such as the Allgäu Cycle Route, Lake Constance-Königssee Cycle Route, Lake Constance Cycle Route, Danube-Lake Constance Cycle Route, Iller Cycle Route, and the Allgäu Cycle Tour can be ridden here.

The paths are mainly asphalted and often lead along car-free, old railway lines. More than 40 castles, fortresses, and ruins are waiting to be discovered by you. The most famous representatives are none other than Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau. Green meadows and pastures from which curious cow eyes gaze after you, clear lakes, but also countless gorges with waterfalls, such as the Höllschlucht Gorge or the Breitachklamm Gorge can be found in abundance in the Allgäu. Behind them, the astonishing mountain world rises up to the sky. Historical buildings, for example in Füssen, Isny, or Kempten, bring history to life. Get to know this diverse region on one of our cycling tours in the Allgäu!

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The Cycling Tour through the Allgäu Region starts in Lindau. You can use the double overnight stay in Oberstaufen to relax in the Aquaria adventure pool or take the mountain railway up to the 1,800-metre-high local mountain Hochgrat, from where you have a wonderful view of the surrounding area. On the remaining days you cycle through lush green meadows, along glittering lakes and of course, see enchanting castles and palaces.

You get to see the entire Lake Constance-Königssee Cycle Route on the 14-day cycle tour from Lake Constance to Königssee. Two weeks full of Alpine peaks, lakes, fairytale castles, ornate townhouses, and the best cuisine. When you arrive in Salzburg, you should still take the time to inspect the wonderful city in detail.

For experienced and trained cyclists who don't mind longer stages and a few climbs, we offer our active Allgäu bike tour. It starts in Kressbronn on Lake Constance. You will come across some altitude meters via Füssen and Kempten but still have enough time to enjoy the beauty of the Allgäu.

The Cycling Tour through Lake Constance Hinterland is similarly sporty. Starting in Constance, the cycle tour takes you to Upper Swabia and the Allgäu. Ulm is a real highlight, as are the smaller towns like Sigmaringen and Ehingen.

Enjoy our Lake Constance and Allgäu Bike Tour. This nine-day cycle tour also starts in Constance, the largest city on Lake Constance. The Rhine Falls near Schaffhausen is the first highlight. You cycle through the Hegau region with its extinct volcanoes. At Beuron you reach the Danube breakthrough, then Sigmaringen, and set course for the Upper Swabian spa landscape. Visit the world's only spaetzle museum. Arriving in the Allgäu, Wangen enchants with its numerous fountains and artfully restored historic buildings.

The cycle tour to Neuschwanstein Castle is a circular tour from Augsburg on the Lech Cycle Path that takes you through the border region of Bavarian Swabia and Upper Bavaria. Starting in the Fugger city of Augsburg, you will get to know the Ammersee and Wörthsee lakes on this cycle tour. The monastery church of Andechs is one of the most famous destinations in the Bavarian Alpine foothills, which you can visit. Via Füssen you will reach King Ludwig's fairytale castles Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein.

You shouldn't miss this bike tour along the Romantic Road. From charming Rothenburg ob der Tauber to Neuschwanstein Castle, along the world-famous Romantic Road, you cycle in nine days through charming towns such as Dinkelsbühl, Augsburg, and Füssen. The nature is fabulous and the Alpine panoramas are astonishing. The tour offers a very special highlight in Rothenburg: a guided city tour with the night watchman, which is already included in the tour price.

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