Autumn is the perfect period to plan family cycling holidays in Europe, where to go with your children? Follow Tapsy!
It’s still time for family cycling holidays in Europe? Of course it is! Thanks to the variety of the weather in the Old Continent, there is always room somewhere to enjoy a plen-air vacation with your children.
If you are a sporty family, who likes to stroll around through countrysides and beautiful cities, here they are some useful tips for some spendid time riding your bikes!
TOP TIPS FOR AMAZING FAMILY CYCLING HOLIDAYS IN EUROPE
FALLING IN LOVE AROUND TUSCANY
Our journey starts from the hilly Tuscany, apparently not so easy to ride, but hey! It depends on where you are! An easy path could be the one from Pisa to Florence. The path takes you from the leaning tower of Pisa to Lucca and finally to the famous Duomo of Florence, to an engaging family advenutre. The path runs across the countryside of Delve and Calci, and Vinci, where Leonardo da Vinci was born. An engaging way to taste local products and enjoying local life, while strolling into the absolute beauty of the Tuscan countryside. Florence will be the last step, with its gorgeous views and museums. The good news is you can book a Tapsy Tour in both Pisa and Florence and involve your children into a fantastic half-day tour to discover the best highlights!
GETTING LOST IN SOUTH-WEST FRANCE
A long ride from Bordeaux on the Atlantic to Sète on the Mediterranean, following one river and two canals.
Families and beginners might prefer to face just the second half by, from Toulouse to Sète along the Canal du Midi . Where to spend the night? Carcassonne, please, with its fortified walls, and the historic Béziers.
SEARCHING FOR ROMANS IN THE U.K.
Some of Britain’s most spectacular countryside with and roman history lesson in this journey along the Hadrian’s Cycleway.
A long cycle form coast to coast along the Chesters and Housestead, searching for traces of the old Roman Empire.
GOING TO NORTH ZEALAND IN DENMARK
As you may know, Denmark is very bike-friendly Country, (12,000km of cycle paths), A circular route around North Zealand area, the Danish Riviera, starting and finishing in Copenhagen and it’s a very famous path for families. Sometimes it turns in land through forests and fjourds, It is about 45 km long and it crosses beaches, villages and the famous Kronborg. A great way to escape the city for a day. Don’t forget to do a Tapsy Tour when you get back to Copenhagen!
BIKE AND TORTILLA AROUND BARCELONA
After a nice Tapsy Tour of Barcelona with me, go north-east!Catalunya is a wonderful region and offers lovely rural roads suitable for any kind of cyclists. An amazing journey through olive groves and fishing villages, where you can breathe some true Spanish air.