Three Countries, Two Languages, Three Cultures and Three Climatic Zones: The long-distance cycle route from Germany’s Munich to Italy’s Venice takes riders 560 kilometers through three countries, including Tirol with its capital Innsbruck and charming small towns, past crystal clear lakes such as Tegernsee, Achensee and Lago di Santa Croce and over the Alps to Italy and – eventually – to Venice and the Adriatic. Show less The 95-kilometer route across Tirol is the best possible way for a cyclist to grasp the range of scenic pleasures available in the Heart of the Alps, including a spectacular backdrop of mountains and areas of awesome natural beauty along with cultural sights and attractions.

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Day 1: Munich, Germany – Achensee Lake West Distance: 121.1 Kilometers; Elevation Gain: 930 Meters Day 1 takes you from Bavaria’s capital Munich along emerald green Isar River and past Bad Tölz, and Tegernsee Lake to Achensee Lake, Tirol’s largest lake. Day 2: Achensee Lake – Brenner Pass Distance: 83.8 Kilometers; Elevation Gain: 1,059 Meters From Jenbach in Inntal Valley, the ride continues past Schwaz and Hall-Wattens to Tirol’s capital Innsbruck.

From there, the route climbs across Wipptal Valley to Brenner Pass on the border between Austria and Italy. Browse the Online Roadbook for route descriptions and maps.

For detailed information about the Munich – Venice Long-Distance Cycle Route, www.munich-venice.info puts you on the road to a great vacation. Source: https://www.tyrol.com/things-to-do/sports/cycling/biketours/a-munich-venice