EuroVelo 14 - Waters of Central Europe starts in Zell am See, where there is a very good train connection with Salzburg. The route heads east along the Tauern Cycle Path/Bischofshofen, where it crosses EuroVelo 7 - Sun Route and then changes to the Ennsradweg/Schladming. From Liezen the route takes the Rastalandradweg to St. Michael. It then continues along the Mur cycle path via Bruck an der Mur to Graz. From Graz, take the Mostwärtsradweg and change to the Raabtalradweg. Shortly before the Hungarian border town of Szentgotthard, it is possible to branch off onto EuroVelo 9 - Baltic-Adriatic. The total length of EuroVelo 14 in Austria is 434 kilometers with an altitude of 1,348 meters, and the journey time is estimated at nine days.

National & Regional Information

EuroVelo Austria

National EuroVelo Coordinator

The Austrian EuroVelo website offers an online map with railway stations and Bed+Bike accommodations, tracks in GPX and KML formats for download and detailed route descriptions in German in PDF format with maps, highlights and contacts for more information. The website was created by Austria's cycling organisation Radlobby.

Austria Info - The official Travel Guide

The official Austrian Travel Guide, the website of the Austrian National Tourist Office

ÖBB - Österreichische Bundesbahnen - Austrian Federal Railways

Website of the ÖBB: timetables of public traffic. Tickets can be booked directly. Look at special offers.

Radtouren in Österreich

"Radtouren in Österreich" (Cycle routes in Austria) is the national marketing cooperation for the best cycling routes in Austria. It provides information on cycle trails, accommodation and cycling maps.

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