Traffic-free cycleways

Published on:  | Last updated: 10 March 2017


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Ciclabile delle Dolomiti

Ciclabile delle Dolomiti (Südtirol-Veneto)

The Ciclabile delle Dolomiti (formerly the Lunga Via delle Dolomiti) is possibly Italy's most scenic cycleway with some gorgeous views of the Dolomites. It follows an old railway line for 64 kilometres from Toblach (Dobbiaco) through Cortina d'Ampezzo in the heart of the Dolomites, to Calalzo di Cadore.

Read more: Ciclabile delle Dolomiti (formerly the Lunga Via delle Dolomiti)

Cycling Riviera cycleway (Liguria)

The Cycling Riviera (Liguria)

A 24-kilometre cycleway along an old railway line on the Ligurian Riviera dei Fiori around San Remo. Short, but defin­itely sweet, and you can always do it both ways.

Read more: The Cycling Riviera

FVG1 (Ciclovia Alpe-Adria Radweg): cyclists crossing the the Fella river near Roveredo using an old railway bridge

FVG1 (part of the Ciclovia Alpe-Adria Radweg)

The FVG1 (part of the Ciclovia Alpe-Adria Radweg) has a long section of high-quality traffic-free cycleway along the old rail line via Tarvisio near the Austrian border.

Read more: FVG1 Ciclovia Alpe-Adria Radweg

Ciclabile Val di Sole (Trentino)

The Val di Sole cycleway (Trentino)

The Trentino offers possibly the best selection of cycleways of any Italian region. The 34-kilometre Val di Sole cycleway is a great example. 

Read more: The Val di Sole cycleway (Trentino)

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