Cycling in Switzerland is very popular, as this small country has a total of 9,000km of marked and signposted cycling routes. Cycling fans will appreciate the challenges a mountainous country such as Switzerland has to offer but there is also nearly always help at hand in the form of trains and e-bikes.
Our cycling Tours: From flat routes along the river Aare to the slightly more challenging Lakes Route past lakes and over passes – there is a wide range of cycling holidays available.
Our cycling holidays vary in standard and are graded as follows:
- A-Easy: 4 – 5 hours per day. Cycling approximately 50km.
- B-Intermediate: 5 – 6 hours per day. Cycling approximately 70km.
- C-Challenging: Over 6 hours per day. Cycling more than 70km.
Altitude differences are taken into account.
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Encounter an area of Switzerland which has maintained its provincial charm, nostalgic farm life and genuine nature up to the present day.
5 Days / 4 Nights
3 Lakes Region or Lake Constance. Tandem cycling is a harmonious activity and a unique experience
8 Days / 7 Nights
From its start to the end this route will skirt 16 lakes from Lake Geneva in the South to Lake Constance in the North.
9 Days / 8 Nights
Ideal for families with children or those looking to cycle purely for relaxation.
With the exception of our one-centre holidays, your luggage will be transported from hotel to hotel along the route. On setting out in the morning you simply leave your luggage in reception.
You will only need to carry a small backpack with your cycling notes and maps, waterproofs, sun cream, camera and lunch. Your suitcase will be transported to your next hotel , waiting for you in the evening.
Cycle routes are generally accessible routes with no or as little as possible traffic. Surfaces are usually tarmac or concrete and the routes are signposted with red signs bearing a white cycle pictogram.
Majority of our cycling holidays start with a personal tour briefing at your first hotel when documentation is explained and handed over by our local suppliers. These include maps and cycling instructions.
Switzerland is well known for its outstanding public transport system that works like clockwork. From lake steamers and buses to funiculars and gondolas meeting each other – it simply is admirable and is always at hand to help cover steeper ascents or shorten the distance.