From €449
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Germany and Austria
Location
Mar-Oct 19
Dates
4, 6 or 8 Days
Duration
Self-Guided
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HIGHLIGHTS OF CYCLING THE DANUBE RIVER FROM PASSAU, GERMANY TO VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

  • Cycle along one of the world’s most iconic cycle routes  from Passau, Germany, to Vienna, Austria
  • Experience the incredible UNESCO Wachau Cultural Landscape
  • Enjoy the flexibility of stopping en route wherever you like
  • Indulge (responsibly) in wine tastings as you cycle through vineyards
  • See for yourself why the Danube has inspired so many artistic works
  • Reward yourself at the end of each day with regional and hearty Austrian food

Danube cycle path (Donau radweg) eurovelo 6 from passau germany to vienna austria

DURATION4, 6 or 8 days
DISTANCE~ 330 km (205 mi)
AVAILABILITYMar 29th – Oct 13th, 2019
START/FINISHPassau, Germany/Vienna, Austria
GRADEEasy to Moderate
ACCOMMODATIONChoice of three or four-star accommodations
PRICES (from)

€449 pp

INCLUDED
Accommodation in 3-star or 4-star hotelsBreakfast daily
Luggage Transfer ((1 piece pp, max. 20 kg)Detailed cycling map with route description
Phone support while on your tour in case of emergency

TRIP SUMMARY

The Danube is one of the most popular cycling routes in Europe and for good reason.  The second longest river in Europe has inspired artwork since medieval times and is your almost constant companion. The route is paved and mainly flat, making it a perfect cycling trip for beginners. You can do it in 4 days, or take 8 days if you want more time to take in the incredible sights along the way!

MAP OF CYCLING THE DANUBE FROM PASSAU TO VIENNA

SUITABILITY

This trip is rated as easy to easy+ since it’s mainly flat. You also have the option of renting an e-bike to make it even easier. On the 8-day tour, you cycle between 40 – 70km per day.  The 4-day option is more challenging, as you cycle between 98 – 120 km per day. Although it’s rated as an easy to easy+ trip, you should still have a basic level of fitness and some cycling experience to help prevent saddle soreness.

Danube River Cycle Route Passau, Germany to Vienna, Austria

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TOUR INFO

You’ll cycle a total of ~323 km, approximately 98–120 km daily on mainly flat terrain. Your tour includes 3 nights of accommodation (2 nights in 4* hotels, 1 night in a 3-star hotel.

This tour is for you if you’re seeking a more physical challenge, and want to enjoy the ease of luggage transfer and knowing that you have a comfortable place to sleep each night, without the hassle of travel planning.

The cycle path leads downstream, therefore mostly descending. You’ll pass a variety of breathtaking landscapes; vineyards, lush green meadows, medieval monasteries, and charming towns and villages. You also have the option of shortening stages by jumping on a ship or train, instead of cycling.

Danube River Cycle Route Passau, Germany to Vienna, Austria

PRICING

€449 per person, based on double occupancy. For singles, the cost is €499 pp.

1

Day 1: Arrival

Individual arrival in Passau, Germany

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  • Check-in and you receive your travel documents. If you’ve rented a bike or an e-bike, you will pick it up in our bike centre. You’ll have the rest of the day to explore Passau, known as the City of Three Rivers.
  • Accommodation: 4* hotel.
2

Day 2

Passau–Linz, approx. 98 km
  • Your cycling tour starts at the Upper Danube Valley (Obere Donautal), where you’ll soon find yourself in Austria. The highlights of today’s journey include a visit to the Engelszell Monastery, the only ‘Trappist” monastery in Austria, where you can sample homemade liqueurs. You’ll also see the famous Schlögener Loop, where the Danube changes its direction in a dramatic 180° loop. Try to arrive early in Linz for some sightseeing in the third largest city in Austria.
  • Accommodation: 4* hotel.
3

Day 3

Linz–Spitz, approx. 120 km
  • Today is a full day both with cycling and all the sights there are. You enter the UNESCO Wachau Valley, one of the most picturesque parts of the Danube Cycle Path! Enns, the oldest town in Austria, is worth a stop, as is a visit to Melk Abbey, a Benedict Abbey overlooking the town of Melk with panoramic views. Near the end of the day you’ll cycle through Wachau’s vineyards to Spitz. This is an excellent place to visit a typical wine tavern and taste the Grüner Veltliner and Reisling wines that the region is so famous for.
  • Accommodation: 3* hotel.
4

Day 4

Spitz–Vienna, approx. 105 km, individual departure or stay extra nights in Vienna
  • Today is a day of cycling through the picturesque villages of Weißenkirchen and Dürnstein. Krems, the 1000-year-old city is also worth a visit. Finally, you’ll arrive in Vienna where your tour comes to an end. Your luggage will be available for pickup in Vienna by 5:30 pm at the latest.

Congratulations! You’ve done it! You’re now free to depart or to spend a few days exploring Vienna (our recommendation).

INCLUSIONS

  • 3 nights accommodation (2 nights in a 4-star hotel, 1 night in a 3-star hotel)
  • daily buffet breakfast
  • luggage transfer from each hotel from Passau to  Vienna (1 piece pop, max. 20 kg)
  • 1 ferry trip across the Danube including bike
  • information material – cycle map with detailed English tour description, 1 per room
  • high-quality handlebar bag to carry your travel documents, 1 per room
  • service hotline available seven days a week

NOT INCLUDED

  • 7 or 21-speed bike rental: €55 for 4-day tour, €69 for 8-day tour
  • E-bike rental: €149 for 4-day or €199  for 8-day tour
  • Return transfer by train from Vienna – Passau if travelling outside of May 20th to Sept. 29th. Cost: €38 (doesn’t include ticket for your own bike)
  • Travel insurance. (We recommend World Nomads)

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TOUR INFO

You’ll cycle a total of ~320 km, approximately 70– 85 km daily on mostly flat terrain. Your tour includes 5 nights of accommodation in 3-star hotels.

This tour is for you if you’re seeking a cycling tour of moderate difficulty and are a regular cyclist. You’ll enjoy the ease of luggage transfer and knowing that you have a comfortable place to sleep each night, without the time-consuming hassle of planning everything yourself.

The cycle path leads downstream, therefore mostly descending. You’ll pass a variety of breathtaking landscapes; vineyards, lush green meadows, medieval monasteries, and charming towns and villages. You also have the option of shortening stages by jumping on a ship or train, instead of cycling.

Danube River Cycle Route Passau, Germany to Vienna, Austria

PRICING

€599 per person, based on double occupancy. For singles, the cost is €699 pp.

1

Day 1: Arrival

Individual arrival in Passau, Germany

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  • Check-in and you receive your travel documents. If you’ve rented a bike or an e-bike, you will pick it up in our bike centre. You’ll have the rest of the day to explore Passau, known as the City of Three Rivers.
2

Day 2

Passau – Feldkirchen/Aschach, approx. 70 km
  • Your cycling tour starts at the Upper Danube Valley (Obere Donautal), where you’ll soon find yourself in Austria. The highlights of today’s journey include a visit to the Engelszell Monastery, the only ‘Trappist” monastery in Austria, where you can sample liqueurs made by monks. You’ll also see the famous Schlögener Loop, where the Danube changes its direction in a dramatic 180° loop. Then, you’ll continue on to the lovely town of Aschach.
3

Day 3

Feldkirchen/Aschach – Grein, approx. 85 km
  • Today you’ll leave the forested hills behind you as you cycle through the fertile plains of Eferdinger Becken. Try to arrive early in Linz for some sightseeing of the third largest city in Austria. After a short stop in the European City of Culture 2009, you’ll pass through Enns, the oldest town in Austria, which is worth a stop. Continue onto the picturesque Baroque town of Grein.
4

Day 4

Grein – Krems, approx. 85 km
  • You’ll cycle through the impressive landscapes of the Strudengau and Nibelungengau before reaching the UNESCO Wachau Valley, one of the most picturesque parts of the Danube Cycle Path! A visit to Melk Abbey, a Benedict Abbey overlooking the town of Melk is definitely worth a visit and offers an incredible panoramic view. Other picturesque stops include the well-known towns ofWeißenkirchen, Spitz and Dürnstein. You’ll finish in Krems, a 1000- year-old city which is also worth exploring.
5

Day 5

Day 5: Krems – Vienna, approx. 80 km
  • Your last day of cycling along the Danube leads to the town of Tulln called the Flower City for all its parks and gardens and Klosterneuburg, a town with a 900-year old history. Finally, you’ll arrive in Vienna, the metropolis of the Danube and the capital of Austria. Your tour comes to an end here.Your luggage will be available for pickup in Vienna by 5:30 pm at the latest.
  • Congratulations! You’ve done it! You’re now free to depart or to spend a few days exploring Vienna (our recommendation).
6

Day 6

Departure to Passau or extra nights in Vienna
  • You have the day to explore the capital city of Austria famous for its artistic and intellectual endeavours shaped by famous residents like Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud. You’re now free to depart or to spend a few days exploring Vienna (our recommendation).

INCLUSIONS

  • 5 nights accommodation in 3-star hotels and inns
  • daily buffet breakfast
  • luggage transfer from each hotel from Passau to  Vienna (1 piece pp, max. 20 kg)
  • 1 ferry trip across the Danube including bike
  • information material – cycle map with detailed English tour description, 1 per room
  • high-quality handlebar bag to carry your travel documents, 1 per room
  • service hotline available seven days a week

NOT INCLUDED

  • 7 or 21-speed bike rental: €55 for 4-day tour, €69 for the 6 or 8-day tour
  • E-bike rental: €149 for 4-day, €169-day, €199  for 8-day tour
  • Travel insurance. (We recommend World Nomads)

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TOUR INFO

The route is the same for the first four days, then is slightly different for the remaining four days due to four-star hotel availability.

The distances also vary slightly. If you choose 3-star hotel accommodation you’ll be cycling ~327km (37 – 70 km per day), while if you choose 4-star accommodation you’ll be cycling 290 km (40 – 60 km per day).

This tour is for you if you’re seeking a mix of physical activity along with time for more relaxed sightseeing and coffee and cake stops –a tradition in Germany and Austria! You’ll enjoy the ease of luggage transfer and know that you have a comfortable place to sleep each night, without the inconvenience of doing the travel planning yourself.

The cycle path leads downstream, therefore mostly descending. You’ll pass a variety of breathtaking landscapes; vineyards, lush green meadows, medieval monasteries, and charming towns and villages. You also have the option of shortening stages by jumping on a ship or train, instead of cycling.

Cycling along the Danube River from Passau, Germany to Vienna, Austria

PRICING

3-star hotels:  €749 pp, based on double occupancy.  For singles, the cost is €889 pp.

4-star hotels:  €949 pp, based on double occupancy. For singles, the cost is €999 pp.

ITINERARY FOR 3-STAR ACCOMMODATION 

1

Day 1: Arrival

Individual arrival in Passau, Germany

book your Danube cycle tour today

  • Check-in and you will receive your travel documents. If you’ve rented a bike or an e-bike, you will pick it up in our bike centre.
 You’ll have the rest of the day to explore Passau, known as the City of Three Rivers.
2

Day 2

Passau–Schlögener Schlinge/surroundings, approx. 50 km
  • Your cycling tour starts at the Upper Danube Valley (Obere Donautal), where you’ll soon find yourself in Austria.  The highlights of today’s journey includes a visit to the Engelszell Monastery, the only ‘Trappist” monastery in Austria, where you can sample homemade liqueurs. You’ll also see the famous Schlögener Loop, where the Danube changes its direction in a dramatic 180° loop.
3

Day 3

Schlögener Schlinge/surroundings–Linz, approx. 50 km
  • Today you’ll leave the forested hills behind you as you cycle through the fertile plains of Eferdinger Becken. Try to arrive early in Linz for some sightseeing of the third largest city in Austria.
4

Day 4

Linz–Grein/Bad Kreuzen, approx. 60 km
  • If you were too tired the day before to explore Linz, take some time to do it this morning before heading out. Then, continue on to the region of Strudengau where you will cycle through a wooded valley. You’ll also pass through Enns, the oldest town in Austria, which is worth a stop. The lovely baroque town of Grein awaits you and is your resting place for the rest of the day.
5

Day 5

Grein/Bad Kreuzen–Wachau Valley, approx. 70 km
  • Today you enter the UNESCO Wachau Valley, one of the most picturesque parts of the Danube Cycle Path! A visit to Melk Abbey, a Benedict Abbey overlooking the town of Melk is definitely worth a visit and offers an incredible panoramic view!
6

Day 6

Wachau Valley–Traismauer/surroundings approx. 40 km
  • Today you cycle through Wachau’s vineyards and the well-known villages of Weißenkirchen, Spitz, and Dürnstein. This is an excellent place to visit a typical wine tavern and taste the Grüner Veltliner and Reisling wines that the region is so famous for. A visit to Krems, the 1000-year-old city is also worth a visit. Finally, you’ll reach Traismauer where you can see the remains of a Roman settlement.
7

Day 7

Traismauer/surroundings–Vienna, approx. 60 km
  • Finally, you’ll arrive in Vienna where your tour comes to an end. You have the day to explore the capital city of Austria famous for its artistic and intellectual endeavours shaped by famous residents like Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud.
  • Congratulations! You’ve completed the cycling part of your tour!
8

Day 8

Departure to Passau or extra nights in Vienna
  • Return to Passau by bus or train. This is included if the tour price if you’re travelling between May 20th and Sept 29th. (If you have your own bike, you need to buy a ticket for your bike for the train. If you’re travelling outside of this time frame, you’ll need to purchase your own ticket.

ITINERARY FOR 4-STAR ACCOMMODATION 

1

Day 1: Arrival

Individual arrival in Passau, Germany

book your Danube cycle tour today

  • Check-in and you will receive your travel documents. If you’ve rented a bike or an e-bike, you will pick it up in our bike centre.
 You’ll have the rest of the day to explore Passau, known as the City of Three Rivers.
2

Day 2

Passau–Schlögener Schlinge/surroundings, approx. 50 km
  • Your cycling tour starts at the Upper Danube Valley (Obere Donautal), where you’ll soon find yourself in Austria.  The highlights of today’s journey includes a visit to the Engelszell Monastery, the only ‘Trappist” monastery in Austria, where you can sample homemade liqueurs. You’ll also see the famous Schlögener Loop, where the Danube changes its direction in a dramatic 180° loop.
3

Day 3

Schlögener Schlinge/surroundings–Linz, approx. 50 km
  • Today you’ll leave the forested hills behind you as you cycle through the fertile plains of Eferdinger Becken. Try to arrive early in Linz for some sightseeing of the third largest city in Austria.
4

Day 4

Linz–Grein/Bad Kreuzen, approx. 60 km
  • If you were too tired the day before to explore Linz, take some time to do it this morning before heading out. Then, continue on to the region of Strudengau where you will cycle through a wooded valley. You’ll also pass through Enns, the oldest town in Austria, which is worth a stop. The lovely baroque town of Grein awaits you and is your resting place for the rest of the day.
5

Day 5

Grein/Bad Kreuzen–Melk approx. 50 km
  • Enjoy cycling through impressive landscapes of the Strudengau and Nibelungengau before you reach the picturesque Wachau Valley.
6

Day 6

Melk–Krems/surroundings, approx. 40 km
  • You’ll  cycle past well-known villages such as Weißenkirchen, Spitz, Dürnstein or Krems, before reaching Stockerau. Tip: Take a break at one of the traditional wine taverns offering delicious local specialities.
7

Day 7

Krems/surroundings –Vienna, approx. 45 km
  • Cycle from Krems to Tulln. In Tulln you take the train to Vienna where you can spend the rest of the day sightseeing in this historic city.
8

Day 8

Individual departure to Passau or extra nights
  • Return to Passau
  by bus or train. This is included if the tour price if you’re travelling between May 20th and Sept 29th. (If you have your own bike, you need to buy a ticket for your bike for the train. If you’re travelling outside of this time frame, you’ll need to purchase your own ticket.

INCLUSIONS

  • 7 nights in 3-star or 4-star hotels (depending on which option you choose) along or close to the Danube
  • daily buffet breakfast
  • luggage transfer from each hotel from Passau to Vienna (1 piece pp, max. 20 kg)
  • 1 ferry ride along the Danube including bike
  • information – cycle map with detailed English tour description, 1 per room
  • high-quality handlebar bag to carry your travel documents, 1 per room
  • service hotline available 7 days a week

NOT INCLUDED

  • 7 or 21-speed bike rental: €55 for a 4-day tour, €69 for 8-day tour
  • E-bike rental: €149 for 4-day or €199  for 8-day tour
  • Return transfer by bus or train from Vienna – Passau
  • Travel insurance. (We recommend World Nomads)

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Availability

This trip is available from March 29th – October 13th, 2019.  The busiest months are July and August, so book as far in advance as possible to avoid disappointment.

Grade and Terrain

This is rated as an easy – easy+ trek, depending on whether you choose the 4 or 8-day option. You will be cycling down river on mainly flat/slightly descending paved pathways with only a few minimal ascents. You can make the tour easier by renting an e-bike, which does some of the work for you. Alternatively, you can choose to take the ferry, or train for certain sections (at your own cost), instead of cycling.

Self-Guided Tours

This trek is only offered as a self-guided tour. That means you get all the flexibility, and benefits, without all the hassle of planning the tour yourself. We’ll book your accommodation at our preferred hotels, arrange for daily luggage transfer, and provide you with a map and instructions in English. You are then free to depart where you like each day – i.e., no early wake-up calls, stop for coffee and cake whenever you feel like it, and do as much, or as little sightseeing as interests you. The route is well signed and is easy to navigate.

Location

You will pick up your travel documents and bike (if you rented one) at our office in Passau. If you’ve booked the 4-day tour, you finish in Vienna, but upon request, we can arrange a train back to Passau for you. If you’ve booked the 8-day tour, you finish cycling in Vienna, as well, but your tour includes either a train or bus transfer back to Passau.

Packing Info

See Danube Cycling Tour Packing List for full details of what to bring.

Travel Insurance

It’s highly recommended that you have travel insurance that covers you for this tour and includes emergency evacuation and hospital care in the unlikely incident that you injured. We recommend World Nomads insurance.

Danube River Cycle Route Passau, Germany to Vienna, Austria

Fitness Level

Although this is rated as an easy to easy+ trip, you should be in good physical condition and have experience cycling – this will help avoid saddle soreness.

Payment Info

20% of payment is due at the time of booking. The remainder of the payment is due 45 days before the start of the trip. If you are booking within 45 days, you will be billed for the entire amount.

Extras

7 or 21-speed bike rental: €55 for the 4-day tour, €69 for 8-day tour

E-bike rental: €149 for 4-day or €199  for 8-day tour

Return transfer by train Vienna – Passau

Note: The distances and ascents/descents are approximations and will depend on the exact location of your accommodation.

Bikes Available to Rent

You have the option to rent KTM 21-speed or e-bikes from us that are equipped with premium gel saddles. The seats are wider than the narrow racing seats for your comfort.

You’ll also receive a complimentary set of panniers (1 per room).

Below you’ll find a photo of the bikes that we offer.

TRAVEL

Arriving By Air

The nearest airport to Passau in Germany is Munich (MUC), which is well connected. I find the best deals on Skyscanner, and book most of my flights through them.

Train Travel

The easiest and cheapest way to get to Passau from Munich is with a regional train, which costs €23 + €2 extra per person up to 5 people. The trip lasts ~2:15 with 0 -1 train changes, depending on the train. Trains leave every hour from the Munich Hauptbahnhof (main train station). Note: regional train tickets are only valid after 9:00 am, so be sure your train leaves at 9:00 or later. If it leaves at 8:59 am or earlier, the regional ticket is not valid, and you require a different (usually more expensive ticket). Tickets can be purchased the day of travel at the train station at either the ticket machines, or you can purchase it from the Deutsche Bahn counter. Your bike also requires a ticket for the trip.

From Vienna, the easiest way to get back to Passau is by train. It takes ~ 3 to 31/2 hours depending on the train and costs ~40 from a ticket purchased by the OBB (Austrian National Railway). Regular trains are also available to Munich.

Additional Accommodation

Should you require additional nights of accommodation – which we recommend, both in Munich and Vienna if you have the time, we recommend using Booking.com. They have great rates and many properties have a generous cancellation policy, should your plans change at the last minute.

ACCOMMODATION

4 days/3 nights tour

Your accommodation includes 2 nights in 4-star hotels, and 1 night in a 3-star hotel and includes breakfast.

8 days/7 nights

Your accommodation includes 7 nights in either 3-star hotels or 4-star hotels (your choice) and includes breakfast.

All accommodation is either on or located near the Danube Cycle Path for your convenience.

Below you’ll find examples of the types of accommodation you will be staying in.

Hotel Donauschlinge is a 4-star hotel that our guests often stay in.
Hotel Nibelungehof is an example of a three-star hotel that our guests frequently stay in.

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FAQ

What fitness level do I need for this cycling tour?

Although this is rated as an easy to easy+ trip, you should be in good physical condition and have experience cycling – this will help avoid saddle soreness.

What happens if I find it too difficult?

If you are unable to cycle a stage, you can hop on the ferry or take a train to next stop. Note: you are responsible for these additional costs.

When is this trip available?

This trip is available from March 29th – October 13th, 2019.  It’s hottest in July and August, which is also peak season. If you want to avoid the crowds, book earlier or later in the season.

How far in advance do I need to book?

We suggest you book as far in advance as possible, as accommodations quickly fill up along the Danube Cycle Path, especially during July and August. Having said that, we are able to accept bookings up to 7 days before the trip start date – if we are able to find accommodation.

Is this cycling tour suitable for children?

Yes! You will see babies just a few months sleeping comfortably in bicycle trailers and families cycling as well. If you are cycling with young children we recommend the 8-day route since the distances are shorter and it allows for more time for sightseeing and stops along the way. You also have the option of hopping on a ferry or taking a train if a certain section is too much for your child.

How does the baggage transfer work?

Your bags will be transferred from your accommodation each day and brought to your next accommodation. You are allowed one bag per person to a maximum of 20 kg.

How difficult is the route to navigate?

It is very easy to navigate, as you are following a river, which is by your side for most of your journey. In addition, the route is very well marked and you will also have a map and instructions.

Do I need to bring my own bike? What other equipment do I need to bring?

You have the option of either bringing your own bike or renting a KTM 21-speed or e-bike from us (let us know at the time of booking). In addition, you require sports shoes, comfortable clothes for cycling, padded cycling shorts/pants (recommended) waterproof clothing, a helmet and a sunhat. Click here for a recommended packing list.

What type of bikes do you have available for rent?

You have the option to rent KTM 21-speed or e-bikes from us that are equipped with premium gel saddles. The seats are wider than the narrow racing seats for your comfort. You’ll also receive a complimentary set of panniers (1 per room). Below you’ll find a photo of the bikes that we offer.

What’s the weight limit for the bikes?

297 lbs (135 kg) including you and any luggage that you’re carrying.

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Why Book With Us

I started Monkeys and Mountains Adventure Travel started off as a travel blog in 2010. To my surprise, it has grown to become one of the top adventure travel blogs. After receiving multiple requests from readers asking for help in planning their adventures, I started offering adventure tours in 2016 by becoming a tour operator. I put my 20+ years of travel experience to use in helping you plan your active holidays.

adventure travel blogger Laurel Robbins cycling the Danube in Germany and Austria
Me and a friend at the start of cycling the Danube (Donau in German) in Passau.

I’m passionate about long-distance hiking and cycling trips. They can radically change your life, as they’ve changed mine. The Danube Cycle Trail from Passau to Vienna was the first cycle trip I ever did that was over 40 km. It started an obsession with cycling. It may very well do the same for you.

I believe the more time we spend in the beauty and healing power of nature, the more likely we are to take steps to save this incredible planet of ours. We’ve created mass destruction but it’s not too late. Each of us can make a difference.  This is why I look forward to Monday mornings. I really love what I do.

By booking your tour with Monkeys and Mountains Adventure Travel, you’re helping to do your part. We’re a small team that works with local tour companies that make a positive impact on the communities that you’ll be visiting.

The best customer service I’ve ever received from booking a trip! – Jim

There can be a lot of anxiety when booking a cycling trip; Am I fit enough to do it? How do I figure out all the logistics? How do I get there? What do I do with my luggage? What happens if I can’t do it?

Our goal is to make your Danube Self-Guided Cycling Tour  the easiest you’ve ever planned.

By booking with us you’ll receive:

  • Unlimited email support. Ask all the questions you need to
  • Practical tips to help make it an incredible experience for you
  • Packing list of what you need for cycling the Danube
  • Emergency support while cycling the Danube if needed

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cycling Danube through the scenic Wachau Valley
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Danube River Cycle Route Passau, Germany to Vienna, Austria
Danube River Cycle Route Passau, Germany to Vienna, Austria
cycling Danube through the scenic Wachau Valley
cycle the Danube River from Passau to Vienna