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Internationale groepsreis Julian Alps to the Adriatic Self-Guided Cycling

From stunning Lake Bled, with a backdrop of Slovenia's Julian Alps, along the Alpe Adria Trail, and into Italy.
11 dagen vanaf € 2.899,- (excl. vlucht)

Food

  • All continental breakfasts and 4 evening meals. Slovenia’s cuisine reflects its rich heritage. Neighbours Austria, Italy and Hungary influence most dishes on the menu. In the mountains, Austrian style salamis (/klobasa/) prevail. You’ll often find them seasoning the hearty soups served in the Alpine huts. /Kruha juha/ is the best - you get to eat the bowl too as it’s made out of bread! The Hungarian influence is seen in the spicy meat dishes.  /Pleskavica/ (steak with herbs and paprika) is a good one to try.  On the coast, you’ll find Italian fayre, like /rizota/ (risotto) with fresh mussels or /zkilofri/ (Slovenian ravioli). And if you are still hungry, indulge yourself in a slice of /potica/ (a creamy Swiss roll with walnuts).   Slovenia has been making wine since pre-Roman times, and boasts the oldest vine in the world, that has grown for four centuries. In the Vipava Valley, the stone villages are full of /velbani hrami/ (vaulted wine cellars) where you can taste Teran (a heavy red best drunk with the local prsut or ham) or Rebula (a dry, crisp white). In the mountains look out for the bewildering variety of schnapps made from wormwood, blueberries, honey and even pine needles!  

Activities

  • Cycling
  • New Cycling Holidays
  • Self-Guided Cycling
  • Food

    • All continental breakfasts and 4 evening meals.Slovenia’s cuisine reflects its rich heritage. Neighbours Austria, Italy and Hungary influence most dishes on the menu. In the mountains, Austrian style salamis (klobasa) prevail. You’ll often find them seasoning the hearty soups served in the Alpine huts. Kruha juha is the best - you get to eat the bowl too as it’s made out of bread! The Hungarian influence is seen in the spicy meat dishes.  Pleskavica (steak with herbs and paprika) is a good one to try.  On the coast, you’ll find Italian fayre, like rizota (risotto) with fresh mussels or zkilofri (Slovenian ravioli). And if you are still hungry, indulge yourself in a slice of potica (a creamy Swiss roll with walnuts). Slovenia has been making wine since pre-Roman times, and boasts the oldest vine in the world, that has grown for four centuries. In the Vipava Valley, the stone villages are full of velbani hrami (vaulted wine cellars) where you can taste Teran (a heavy red best drunk with the local prsut or ham) or Rebula (a dry, crisp white). In the mountains look out for the bewildering variety of schnapps made from wormwood, blueberries, honey and even pine needles! 
    • All continental breakfasts and 4 evening meals. Slovenia’s cuisine reflects its rich heritage. Neighbours Austria, Italy and Hungary influence most dishes on the menu. In the mountains, Austrian style salamis (/klobasa/) prevail. You’ll often find them seasoning the hearty soups served in the Alpine huts. /Kruha juha/ is the best - you get to eat the bowl too as it’s made out of bread! The Hungarian influence is seen in the spicy meat dishes.  /Pleskavica/ (steak with herbs and paprika) is a good one to try.  On the coast, you’ll find Italian fayre, like /rizota/ (risotto) with fresh mussels or /zkilofri/ (Slovenian ravioli). And if you are still hungry, indulge yourself in a slice of /potica/ (a creamy Swiss roll with walnuts).  Slovenia has been making wine since pre-Roman times, and boasts the oldest vine in the world, that has grown for four centuries. In the Vipava Valley, the stone villages are full of /velbani hrami/ (vaulted wine cellars) where you can taste Teran (a heavy red best drunk with the local prsut or ham) or Rebula (a dry, crisp white). In the mountains look out for the bewildering variety of schnapps made from wormwood, blueberries, honey and even pine needles!  
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    11 dagen vanaf € 2.899,-

Route 11 daagse groepsrondreis Julian Alps to the Adriatic Self-Guided Cycling

This relaxed cycling holiday explores the very heart of Central Europe, beginning in Slovenia on the shores of magical Lake Bled, passing by Austria before heading south through Italy and on to the Adriatic.

  1. Dag 1 - ARRIVE IN BLED
  2. Dag 2 - LAKE BLED CIRCULAR CYCLE
  3. Dag 3 - LAKE BLED TO TARVISIO
  4. Dag 4 - AT TARVISIO
  5. Dag 5 - TARVISIO TO VENZONE
  6. Dag 6 - VENZONE TO UDINE
  7. Dag 7 - AT UDINE
  8. Dag 8 - UDINE TO PALMANOVA
  9. Dag 9 - PALMANOVA TO GRADO
  10. Dag 10 - AT GRADO
  11. Dag 11 - LEAVE GRADO
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