Italy is a truly paradise for tourists, who prefer to travel by bicycle. There are a lot of organizations, institutions and associations that are involved in addressing various issues related to biking in Italy. When arrived in Italy, biking fans will easily find an offer of a bike ride through Italy. In addition, there is a large selection of tours for tourists who are planning a trip by bicycle. There are also a large number of cartographic materials for organizing a bicycle tour in Italy. Italy has a well-developed network of bicycle paths, which are constantly maintained.
For active recreation, and directly, biking tour in Italy, it is better to go by train or airplane. You will have no problems with the carriage of your own bike on an airplane if the airline is informed in advance. Practice shows that most fans of biking combine flight with train travel. Also, when traveling to the Italian island it is better to go by ferry. There is no extra charge for transportation of bicycles.
After arriving in Italy you must decide what you want to look in this amazing and very beautiful country, what places you want to visit and explore. In Italy there are thousands of options for bicycle tours. Tourists can choose from thousands of kilometers of roads, along which extend endless expanses of fields, mountains, vineyards, amazingly beautiful rivers and lakes, the Mediterranean coast, many historical and cultural sights and many other wonderful places. Many cyclists in Italy choose bicycle tours along the national parks and nature reserves and prefer tours along the picturesque routes in Italy, for example, along the numerous vineyards and other beautiful places.
Taken together, bike trails, which belong to the European network of bicycle tours, can be classified into three groups. One of such European bicycle routes, which passes through Italy, is the Mediterranean way. It stretches from the city of Cadiz up to Athens. The second route links London and Rome. And the third way passes through the central part of Europe. It runs from the North Cape via Italy and stretches to the island of Malta.