Travel by train, bus and boat along EuroVelo 19 – Meuse Cycle Route!
The cross-border public transport module provided on www.EuroVelo19.com makes it easier for cycle tourists to find flexible travelling solutions such as train stations, bus stations and mobility info centres indicated on interactive maps; country-specific intermodality information and an unusual public transport experience along the Meuse Cycle Route in the Netherlands: the Waterbus!find out more
Riding solo on EuroVelo 6 with Lauren Pears
Lauren Pears went for a 3 month solo bike ride across Europe last summer - from London to Istanbul - whereby she used the EuroVelo 6 – Atlantic-Black Sea for most of the way. This journey was to raise money for The World Wildlife Fund, and also to promote the idea of greener travel. This month, she decided to share her inspiring adventures with the EuroVelo community!find out more
New figures show there are nearly 90,000 kilometres of EuroVelo routes to explore!
Over the past few months the ECF’s EuroVelo Team have been collecting the detailed tracks of the entire EuroVelo network, including those sections that are still under development or at the planning stage. The results? For the first time ever we have up-to-date and accurate route lengths for all EuroVelo routes and we can produce the amazing interactive maps that you can now explore on the EuroVelo website.find out more
Christmas Markets along EuroVelo 15 – Rhine Cycle Route
Festive flair and Christmas feelings in unique locations. One of the most famous long-distance cycle paths, the EuroVelo 15 – Rhine Cycle Route, follows one of the mightiest rivers in Europe through Switzerland, France, Germany and the Netherlands. Many towns along the route transform into a winter wonderland during Advent and offer festive Christmas markets. Each of these markets is characterized with its very own charm.find out more