Tour description

Discover a continental waterway between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, which was known from antiquity and shows exceptional sites of natural and historical significance.

This system of channels and rivers became UNESCO's world heritage site and is a subject of great touristic interest. More than 100 bridges were built on the canal, it has a width of 18 meters, is used by big and small ships, so you will get various impressions during your trip.

The South of France is a great place to visit on your next vacation.  It has a wonderful climate with long warm summer days till October. 

There is perhaps no national cuisine more famous for its culinary prowess than that of France, and especially its southeast region.


Arrival in Bordeaux

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1 Day

Eco-travelers often find their inspiration in Bordeaux for its vineyards, gastronomy, and unique art de vivre.

You will be spoilt for your choice of contemporary architectural works. 

To explore the city and its heritage, start with the most photographed site in Bordeaux - a truly magical location: the Mirroir d'Eau (a water mirror) 

Luckily, Bordeaux is a flat city, and several wine-growing areas are within pedal reach: begin with the Médoc, continuing to  Château Saint Ahon and Château Dillon.

You can also use a tram to shorten the ride! Hop off at the “Villenave Pyrénées” stop which is only 15 minutes away from a 5-kilometer pass that takes you to Smith-Haut Laffite, Carbonnieux, La Louvière, Haut Bailly, and Larrivet-Haut-Brion.


Distance 63 KmShow day
2 Day

Today's path is entirely on a cycle green lane  named “Roger Lapébie” after the famous cyclist, winner of the Tour de France in 1937. 

The trail surface is fully asphalted which means it is suitable for all types of bikes and it is fully separated from vehicle traffic, so have a relaxed and safe ride today.

Leave Bordeaux on a cycle path leading between Dordogne and Gironde, by the city of Bastide de Créon, la Sauve Majeure (earlier Benedictine abbey). Cross the medieval village of Sauveterre de Guyenne, a beautiful fortified old town with four gates, founded in 1281.

 The geographical area between the rivers Garonne and Dordogne are well known as a Bordeaux wine-growing region.

Both red and white wine is produced in Entre-Deux-Mers, and it's worthy to note that the dry white wine carries the appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) "Entre-Deux-Mers".

 Visually the whole area is an attractive hill terrain, with old villages, castles, small country towns, and plenty of scope for unforgettable holidays. While the department of the Dordogne itself is mostly devoted to tourism, more remote areas further into the hills are "off the beaten track", and just waiting to be discovered.

Your stay will be in a guest house in Camiran with a swimming pool.

Camiran-Le Mas d’Agenais

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3 Day

Leave this tiny quiet village by narrow roads to La Reole, the city fortified on both banks of the Garonne river. La Réole has preserved a heritage of exceptional richness stretching from antiquity to the present day. You will witness richness of the priory and that of the bourgeoisie who benefited during the period of the Anglo-Gascon Aquitaine.  It's worth seeing the  Benedictine monastery, restored after the religious wars.

After that, you reach the cycle path of the Garonne canal and follow the Mas d’Agenais. B&B in a guest-house 4* with a picturesque pond.

Le Mas d’Agenais - Sérignac sur Garonne

Distance 37 KmShow day
4 Day

Located on the top of a limestone terrace overlooking the Garonne Valley and the Canal, Mas d’Agenais is a very old village in the Lot-et-Garonne. Occupied by the Romans, the site has about  2000 years of history and offers remarkable treasures such as the Venus of Mas d’Agenais, a roman church, and a stone bridge.

Until the beginning of the nineteenth century, the ferry was the only means of connection between the banks of the Garonne. A toll suspension bridge was built in 1840 and serves till now.

These days, the landing stage on the Garonne canal, the hiking trails, and the cycle touring routes that pass through the vast forest make Mas d’Agenais a great destination for boat trips. 

Biking along the green canal you will have plenty of opportunities to stop and savor the views. Soon you will pass by the quaint town of Damezan, situated along the Canal de Garonne. Looking back to its history, Damezan was founded in 1259 by Alphonse de Poitiers, brother of St. Louis King of France, Damazan was then known as Castrum COMITALE. It functioned as a fortress, where, around the castle walls stood Comtal, joined to wide and deep ditches that made it almost inaccessible.

The rest of the day continues along the canal. You can expect a calm and gentle ride to the village of Sérignac. 

Overnight in B&B in a 3* hotel (a former monastery) with a swimming pool and a tennis court.


Distance 55 KmShow day
5 Day

Today again along the Garonne Canal, you will pass by the superb bridge of Pont Canal d’Agen with a stop in the historical city center of Agen, so-called  prune capital on the banks of the Garonne. It's a welcoming, modestly-sized town which offers a walk through its historic center. Have a look at  emblematic landmarks like the very lively Place des Laitiers square, the arcaded Rue des Cornières, Rue Beauville with its old half-timbered, corbelled houses, Saint-Caprais cathedral – home to colourful 19th-century frescoes – and a fine art museum (Musée des Beaux-Arts).

The day continues along the canal until Moissac, center of roman art, on the Santiago de Compostella Way. 

The Abbey and the Cloister are part of the UNESCO world’s heritage. Moissac’s landscape is dominated by orchards and vineyards.

The famous Chasselas is the village which gave its name to the famous grape variety and the place where the Tarna the Garonne meet.

Overnight in B&B in a 3* hotel

Moissac – Toulouse

Distance 67 KmShow day
6 Day

Moissac grew between the sunny hills, blooming vines, and shady banks of the Tarna river. A bridge, inaugurated by Napoleon III is crossing Tarna and its banks are a pleasant place to stroll.

The Garonne canal will lead us into the heart of Toulouse «la ville Rose»,  at the end of 56 sluices of the Garonne canal. The pink color of the bricks of its buildings gives the city a unique charm.

Overnight in B&B in a 4* hotel If you have chosen the bike rental, you will leave your bicycles in Toulouse. 

Individual visit of Toulouse.

Distance 63 KmShow day
7 Day

Toulouse is a City of Art and History with an important architectural and artistic heritage, which has been well preserved over the last centuries. It is delightful to discover its historic center, abounded with mansions from the Renaissance period. This privilege makes Toulouse the richest city in France. The prestigious residences, built in the 16th century by rich pastel traders, remind us of the city's prosperity in the days of the pastel trade. 

Toulouse counts two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Canal du Midi (designated in 1996 and shared with other cities), and the Basilica of St. Sernin, the largest remaining Romanesque building in Europe, designated in 1998 because of its significance to the Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage route.

This and many more impressions will remain in your memory after exploring this charming place. 

Services and prices

Selfuguided tour
2 Persons785 €
6+ Persons725 €
Premium accommodation single surcharge395 €
Solo surcharge240/130 €
Bike rental195 €
E-Bike rental290 €
Extra night in Toulouse DBL / SGL , pp80 - 95 € /145 - 160 €
Extra night in Bordeaux DBL / SGL pp95 - 110 € /145 - 195 €
Bike damage insurance14 €
E - bike damage insurance20 €
Travel pack paper version35 €
Booking fee30 €
Single surcharge295 €
Premium accommodation surcharge185 €

Tour datesAny scheduled tour can be made private. Your group, your dates. Go Private

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Our rental bikes

At Europe Bike Tour, we understand that a high-quality bicycle is key to an enjoyable vacation. That's why we ensure all our bikes are regularly serviced to maintain their perfect condition. For additional equipment, please refer to the "Bike Equipment" section where you'll find items included in the bike fee or available for rent/purchase at an extra cost.

Our diverse fleet includes bikes for men and women in various sizes, electric bikes, tandem bikes, children's bikes, and even recumbent bikes upon request. If you have any special requirements or wishes, please don't hesitate to contact us. We are dedicated to meeting your needs and ensuring you have the best experience possible!

What is included and what notOn self guided idividual tours

  • Individual pre-tour meeting at appointed time at client's hotel on the first day of the tour
  • Accommodation in selected hotels and pensions (city standard/premium)
  • Breakfast on all days
  • Day by day description with altitude profiles, places to visit and local tips
  • Official biking maps with highlighted routing (per room)
  • Detailed tailor-made cycling maps (per room)
  • Detailed town maps with highlighted routing to/from hotel (per room)
  • Step by step route description (per room)
  • Train tickets and train timetables (for tours where train transfer is part of a tour schedule)
  • Transportation of luggage between hotels between 9-17:00 (for option including luggage transfers only!)
  • Practical bike ride and safety information
  • 24-hour hotline assistance service
  • Personal travel and health insurance for participants in the tour
  • Transportation (air tickets) to/from starting/final point of the tour
  • Transfer from Prague Airport to your Prague hotel on the day of arrival
  • Transfer from hotel to the airport on departure day
  • Meals (except for breakfasts)
  • Entrance fees to museums, castles, and chateaux
  • Local touristic/spa tax (to be paid on spot directly to accommodation)
  • Bike rental

On fully guided tours

  • Specialized Bike Holidays bicycle tour leader during all biking days
  • Pick-up from any Prague hotel on the first day of the tour at an appointed time
  • Accommodation in selected hotels and pensions
  • Breakfast on all days
  • Dinners without drink on specific number of biking days (usually every other day but for more info, please contact your tour coordinator)
  • Refreshments in the supporting vehicle (soft drinks, snacks, sweets, fruit)
  • Water for bike-flasks
  • Welcome briefing on the first day
  • Maps of towns of accommodation on the tour (per room)
  • Detailed cycling maps (on request)
  • Program and detailed day-by-day description (per room)
  • Practical bike ride safety training
  • Technical service on the route
  • First aid service on the route
  • Support vehicle
  • All transportation of participants and their luggage and bicycles during the tour
  • Personal travel and health insurance for participants in the tour
  • Transportation (air-tickets) to/from Prague – starting/final point of the tour
  • Transfer from Prague airport to your Prague hotel on the day of arrival
  • Transfer from hotel to the airport on the departure day
  • Other meals than mentioned in "What is included"
  • Entrance fees to museums, castles, and chateaux
  • Local touristic/spa tax (to be paid on spot directly to accommodation)
  • Bike rental

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We at Europe Bike Tour do know, that a good bike is the most important part of a nice vacation. So we let all our bikes serviced regulary so they stay in perfect condition. Under "Bike Equipment" you can find other aditional equipment that is either in the bike fee included or you can rent/buy it for adittional funds.

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With a rich 12-year history, Europe Bike Tours offers more than just cycling trips; we provide immersive "Culture Biking" experiences across the Czech Republic and Central Europe. Our tours blend the thrill of biking with cultural exploration, taking you from charming local eateries to ancient, hidden castles. We handpick the most captivating locations, ensuring each bike, family, or wine holiday is an adventure in itself. Catering to diverse preferences, our tours come in various formats, from self-guided to fully guided, with options for luggage transfer and different accommodation levels. For those seeking something unique, we're always ready to craft a tailor-made tour that perfectly fits your vision of a cycling holiday.

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Who we are

Lukáš SvárovskýManager

Languages spoken Czech, English, German

Guide since 2008

Lukas was born and raised in the Czech capital of Prague. His keen interest in history and sports influenced his determination to study both subjects at university in Germany. His passion for travel also led to Lukas adding a tourism degree to his studies. Biking, exploring, and discovering interesting places was one of the determining moments when in 2010 he decided to start Europe Bike Tours. Since than Lukas is keen on developing new products, improve services and above all, share his passion for traveling while guiding one of the tours!

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Vitek ProchazkaManager

Languages spoken Czech, English, French, German, Slovak, Spanish

Guide since 2012

Vitek was born in Prague, Czech Republic and has remained there most of his life. During his travel and tourism studies he began guiding mostly bike and rafting trips all around Europe. Through his years in the office of a travel agency, guiding remained an important part of his life. Eventually went of for  year in New Zealand and after returning started guiding and preparing programs in and around his homeland

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Our self-guided tours

Accommodation is one of the most important parts of each trip that strongly influences the final look of it. We make our best to offer you the best possible accommodation in the prefered category. The hotels we offer are either comfortable small hotels or quite guesthouses both in 3* quality, all of it rather small and with personality than big chain. All the tours have accommodation in or near the town/village centres so you can spend the afternoon and evening after biking exploring the town itself or simply enjoy the peace of the place.

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TestimonialsWhat our clients say about us

22 May

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Thanks for all.We had nice hotels, good breakfasts and the transport of the luggage was excellent.And of course a magnifieke cycling route along the Elbe (and Moldau) and trough beautiful cities.We will recomment it to other people.Kind regards,Geesje and Herman.

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Emanuelle Grandaud

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nous avons fait le séjour de prague a vienne en vélo électrique.les parcours sont magnifiques, les vélos sont d'excellente qualité et très confortablesl'équipe était joignable 24/7 et super réactivenous recommandons à 2000%(Translated by Google) We traveled from Prague to Vienna by electric bike.the courses are magnificent, the bikes are of excellent quality and very comfortablethe team was rea...

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07 May

Mr. and Mrs. VanderVelde

Tour Prague-Budapest short

Overall we were very happy. I put 2 for most things because there is always room for improvement , I suppose. But we were pleasantly surprised how good everything was and how well the biking went. Lots of variety each and everyday. And with 12 different hotels all being very nice except one, we couldn’t ask for anything moreIron curtain was a highlight. But also all the towns we ended up in. It...

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01 May

Nielsen group

Tour Prague-Dresden

Arrived Dresden today. The trip has gone very fine.

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01 Aug

Mark and Nicola Fleming - June 2023

We found the Prague to Vienna Greenways trip to be a great way to discover the peace and tranquilty of the Czech Republic after having enjoyed the bustle of Prague. The attention to detail from Lukas was excellent and we were most impressed by the selection of hotels and pensions along the way. The bikes were well maintained and we thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. Thank you.

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30 Jul

oscar cattorini y gladys slobodzian

Hello . Good afternoon. We want to thank you for the service provided, from the bicycles to the hotels of excellent quality and well located, the excellent gpx, the schedules fulfilled to perfection. everything has been very very good !! It has been a pleasure to come from Argentina to get to know this wonderful country and its people and to have everything waiting for us to enjoy. From now on ...

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22 May

Mark & Brenda Regensburg-Prague-Vienna Tour

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26 Dec

Angela and Ray // Prague to Dresden

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Eric & Jola George, Queensland, Australia

In September 022, we met with European family members to ride from Spindleruv Llyn to Nymburk along the Labem/Elbe. It was our third trip with Europe Bike Tours and it did not disappoint. We love riding in the Czech countryside, and stopping every night is such interesting towns, and we'll be back again as there is so much of Czechia to see. We preparing a 3 episode account of our trip for ou...

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27 Aug

Family Lodder

Dear Lukas, Great tour from Prague to Vienna, with beautiful routes, well equiped bikes and lovely stops. We enjoyed Tjechie! The castles, food and vineyards. It was wonderful. The cycling, the canoeing, the hiking and the service on the jacket ;-) . Everything well organized and with a personal touch. Best regards, Alfred, Christine, Jonathan and Olivier Utrecht, Netherlands

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