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Trip Highlights
  • Magnificent Italian landscape
  • Idyllic, picturesque country villages
  • Rich culture of the famous Prosecco route
  • Exquisite ‘Prosecco’ wine and ‘Grappa’ liqueur
6 nights from£520.00
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Cycling the Prosecco Route

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What we love About Cycling the Prosecco Route

We love...The Views
The scenic Prosecco Route is one of the best places to ride in Italy. The Alps sit right beside you whilst beautiful countryside and meandering rivers make up the rest of the incredible scenery.
We love...Picturesque Country Villages
Within the Veneto Province you will ride through quaint villages such as the historic town of Treviso and the medieval Castelfranco. You'll continue to stay in traditional villages with rich cultural and architectural histories.
We love...Prosecco Wine and Grappa Liqueur
As you follow the Prosecco Route, you will be met by glorious vineyards. Here you will be able to sample the famous 'Prosecco' wine's and 'Grappa' Liqueur's.

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Day by Day

Day 1Arrival

Arrive at the historic town of Treviso and experience Veneto life away from the tourist crowds.

Enjoy a stroll through the maze of narrow cobbled streets, taking in the sights within the medieval city walls.  Relax with a glass of local wine in the main square of Treviso, the Piazza dei Signori.

Day 2Cycling to Asolo
Total distance40km

Today you will ride through the old town and follow the picturesque route to the North West.  Pass through the idyllic fields towards the charming town of Montebelluna, on the outskirts of the Montello nature reserve.  Take in the countryside views and see the earliest Palladian villas as you climb up to the breathtaking hamlet of Asolo, nicknamed the ‘City of a hundred horizons’.

Day 3Cycling to Bassano del Grappa
Total distance40km

Ride through the quiet countryside roads to Bassano del Grappa, known for its production of alcohol rich “grappa”.  Look out at the beautiful Brenta River as you ride over the Alpini Bridge.  After stopping for lunch, you will pass the famous Monte Grappa, site of a series of battles during the First World War.  The day culminates in a climb, leading you back to the hotel.

Day 4Cycling from Asolo to Follina
Total distance30km

After an initial descent, you will ride on one of the most awe-inspiring roads in the region.  The striking backdrop of the Alps, leading you to the Piave River, is unforgettable.  After crossing the river, you will begin to see the Prosecco vineyards and the terrain will become increasingly hilly.  The short climbs may be steep, but the views from the top are stunning.

Day 5Cycling the Pedeguarda Loop Via Vittorio Veneto
Total distance50km

Start the day with a steep ascent along the Prosecco Route, passing the small villages of Tarzo and Rolle.  Descending to the Revine Lake, you will visit Vittorio Veneto, a town steeped in history.  As you leave the town and head back to Pedeguarda, you will travel along scenic roads populated with endless artistic vineyards.

Day 6Cycling to Gorgo al Monticano
Total distance50km

Passing through the stunning hills of the Prosecco Region, you will reach the historic town of Conegliano. The remains of a 10th-century castle upon a hill dominates the whole town.  After a gentle ride through the planes to Oderzo, take a break in its Piazza Grande before heading to the delightful village of Gorgo al Monticano.

Day 7Departure

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at the hotel before departing for your homeward travel.

Key Stats

7day holiday
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40km avg
Expect to ride about 40km per day

How's the Weather? in Prosecco Route

The SpringMarch to May
The hillsides and landscapes of the Veneto region create a micro climate. Spring is a great time to ride in the Veneto Province with temperatures rising significantly between April and May. The heat is not too intense so cycling conditions at this time are perfect.
The SummerJune to August
Temperatures are consistently hot in the summer, especially in July and August. The midday sun can be intense so you are likely to ride early in the morning.
The AutumnSeptember to November
Temperatures begin to drop in September making it a great time to visit the Prosecco Route. By November, however, conditions are not as favourable so you may choose to plan your trip before then.
The WinterDecember to February
The winter weather makes for tougher cycling conditions in the Veneto Province as rain begins to fall and the cold weather arrives.

Area InformationFor Prosecco Route

In the foothills of the Italian Alps lies the province of Veneto. Home to vine covered hillsides, cool forests and crisp fresh air, Veneto is world famous for it’s frizzante Prosecco. Immerse yourself in this area by riding through rows and rows of vineyards, stopping at the many wineries that produce world class fizz.

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