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Bolzano – Mantua – Venecia

Italia Tours en bicicleta y barco

Italia en bicicleta y turismo rural

  • Este tour en barco y bicicleta por Italia es una variación de nuestro tour clásico Mantua – Venecia, que combina un tour de hotel, bicicleta y barco sin guía. Cicloturismo por la Italia rural, conociendo las regiones italianas de Trentino-Alto, Lombardía, Emilia-Romaña y Véneto.
    En la primera etapa, te hospedarás tres noches en un hotel de tres o cuatro estrellas. Al llegar a Mantua, embarcarás en el Ave María (construido en 2011) y comenzarás el tour en barco en Venecia, con 7 noches a bordo.
    El viaje en bicicleta por Italia empieza en Bolzano, una mezcla de cultura italiana y austríaca. El tour en bici sigue a Trento, Peschiera del Garda (donde pasarás las noches en hoteles) y antes disfrutarás de un espectacular viaje en ferry por el lago de Garda. De Peschiera irás en bici a Mantua donde te unirás con los demás pasajeros. No te pierdas el centro histórico de Mantua.
    Este tour en bici por Italia termina en Venecia. Deléitate con la arquitectura, las plazas, las calles y las catedrales entre los canales y las callecitas angostas.

    Otros tours en bici y barco por Italia aquí

    Tours en bici por Italia aquí.

  •  Vita PugnaAve Maria
    Temporada estandar NOK 15143 $ 1,817 $ 2,272 1540 £ 1262 kr 13978 NOK 17307 $ 2,077 $ 2,596 1760 £ 1442 kr 15975
    Temporada alta NOK 16028 $ 1,923 $ 2,404 1630 £ 1336 kr 14795 NOK 19077 $ 2,289 $ 2,862 1940 £ 1590 kr 17609
    SUPLEMENTOS 
    Single  NOK 3835 $ 460 $ 575 390 £ 320 kr 3540 NOK 3835 $ 460 $ 575 390 £ 320 kr 3540
    Camarote superior - NOK 1377 $ 165 $ 207 140 £ 115 kr 1271
    Dieta especial (sin gluten o vegan) NOK 492 $ 59 $ 74 50 £ 41 kr 454 NOK 492 $ 59 $ 74 50 £ 41 kr 454
    DESCUENTOS (parte en barco) 
    Camarote con literos- NOK 983 $ 118 $ 148 100 £ 82 kr 908
    Tercero persona en camarote NOK 2458 $ 295 $ 369 250 £ 205 kr 2269 NOK 2458 $ 295 $ 369 250 £ 205 kr 2269

    Temporada estandar : Abril 25 - August 15, 2018
    Temporada alta: Agosto 22 - October 10, 2018 
    Descuento por tecer o cuarto persona (parte en hotel):  NOK 590 $ 71 $ 89 60 £ 49 kr 545

    Opciones extra

    2018

    Alquiler bicicleta eléctrica: NOK 1721 $ 207 $ 258 175 £ 143 kr 1588 Alquiler casco: NOK 197 $ 24 $ 30 20 £ 16 kr 182

    Noches adicionales (impuestos locales se deben pagar al llegar:

    Bolzano 3/4 estrellas: por persona/noche:   NOK 688 $ 83 $ 103 70 £ 57 kr 635 Habitación single: NOK 836 $ 100 $ 125 85 £ 70 kr 772 *Venecia 3/4 estrellas desde: NOK 885 $ 106 $ 133 90 £ 74 kr 817 Habitación single: NOK 1475 $ 177 $ 221 150 £ 123 kr 1362 (*En Venecia el precio depende del hotel, época del año, etc.)
    Mestre 3/4 estrellas, desde: NOK 885 $ 106 $ 133 90 £ 74 kr 817 Habitación single: NOK 836 $ 100 $ 125 85 £ 70 kr 772

    Nota

     

    Solo bicicletas híbridas (unisex) o bicicletas eléctricas están disponibles para este tour.

    Tarifas por persona basada en ocupación doble

    Información importante para leer antes de hacer tu reserva..

    Recomendamos comprar un seguro de viaje de bicicleta..

    Por favor consultar "Preguntas Frecuentes"

  • Viaje

    Preferentemente vuela a Innsbruck, y parte de Venecia. También puedes llegar y partir del aeropuerto internacional Marco Polo de Venecia.

    Transporte local

    La manera más económica de traslado es en autobús o en taxi a la estación de tren más cerca y luego el tren a Bolzano. Desde ahí podrás caminar o tomar un taxi a tu primer hotel.

    Clima

    Chequea el clima antes de viajar. La temperatura media de la región en °C es 14/02 en marzo, 18/06 en abril, 22/10 en mayo, 26/13 en junio, 29/16 en julio, 28/15 en agosto, 24/12 en septiembre, y 18/07 en octubre.

    Observaciones

    Ten en cuenta que serás parte de un grupo internacional, pero tu guía y la tripulación siempre hablarán inglés. Bicicletas de carrera, eléctricas o tándem disponibles a pedido.


Salidas de los tours

Fechas 2018:

Cada miércoles desde 25 de abril 25 a 10 de octubre, 2018
Abordo del Ave María:  25 de abril, 9 de mayo, 23 de mayo, 6 de junio, 20 de junio, 4 de julio, 18 de julio, 1 de agosto, 15 de agosto, 29 de agosto, 12 de septiembre, 26 de septiembre, y 10 de octubre, 2018
Abordo del  Vita Pugna: 2 de mayo, 16 de mayo, 30 de mayo, 13 de junio, 27 de junio, 11 de julio, 25 de julio, 8 de agosto, 22 de agosto, 5 de septiembre, 19 de septiembre, y 3 de octubre, 2018

Nível de dificultad

Fácil a moderado. Tour con y sin guía y tour de bicicleta y barco. Los primeros tres días de ciclismo, habrá cuestas moderadas. Las rutas son asfaltadas y los senderos de bicicleta son con poco tránsito. Son 9 días de ciclismo por Italia con un promedio de 44 km por día, y el primer día es de 70 km.

Alojamiento

En la primera etapa del ciclismo, te hospedarás tres noches en un hotel de tres o cuatro estrellas. Al llegar a Mantua, embarcarás en el Ave María, donde te hospedarás siete noches a bordo.

Incluido

  • Durante la etapa en hotel:
  • 3 noches en un hotel de 3/4 estrellas
  • 3 desayunos buffet
  • Paquete de información
  • Transbordador en el Lago de Garda
  • Traslado de equipaje
  • Descripción de rutas y mapas
  • Bicicleta híbrida de 27 velocidades
  • Durante la etapa del recorrido en barco y bicicleta:
  • 7 noches a bordo
  • Desayunos, almuerzos preparados y empacados por cada uno y cenas (bebidas con cargo adicional)
  • Descripción de rutas y mapas (uno paquete por cabina)
  • Traslado en autobús Ferrara-Zelo/Ferrara-Adria
  • Servicio de limpieza de cabina a mitad de semana y cambio de toallas
  • Paquete de información
  • Guía del tour
  • Bicicleta híbrida de 27 velocidades
  • Tarifas portuarias

Noincluido

  • Bebidas a bordo
  • Entradas a museos
tourBici+Barco
TipoAmbos
DificultadFácil a Moderado
Duración11 días
Desde1370 Precios
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Bolzano – Mantua – Venecia Map

Día 1: Llegada a Bolzano
Día 2: Bolzano – Trento, 65/70 km
Día 3: Trento - Peschiera/Desenzano, 50 km, + transbordador
Día 4: Peschiera/Desenzano- Mantua, 45 km  (Llegada en barco a Mantua.)
Día 5: Mantua,  40 km
Día 6: Mantua - Governolo - Zelo, 50 km
Día 7: Zelo/Catelguglielmo - Ferrara - Adria, bicicleta + autobús 50 km
Día 8: Adrià - Porto Viro - Chioggia,  40 km
Día 9: Chioggia - Venecia, 30 km
Día 10: Venecia, día libre
Día 11: Venecia, partida después del desayuno

 *Las distancias son aproximadas. El itinerario puede cambiar debido a cambios en el viento, del tiempo y cualquier otra circunstancia imprevista que tenga que ver con requisitos de anclaje, etc.

DÍA 1: Llegada a Bolzano
La capital bilingüe de Tirol del Sur es un renombrado centro comercial y turístico que ofrece lo mejor de la cultura italiana y de la austríaca.

DÍA 2: Bolzano – Trento, 65/70 km
Viaje en bicicleta a lo largo del río Adigio donde te encontrarás con viñedos y pueblos como Ora, Egna y Salorno en el camino a Trento. Aquí encontrarás una ciudad que no ha sido invadida por turistas.

DÍA 3: Trento - Peschiera/Desenzano, 50 km + transbordador 
Siguiendo por la orilla del Adigio en bici, llegarás a Rovereto y Mori hacia el lago de Garda (el mayor de Italia). Pero antes de ir a Riva no te pierdas las vistas del lago desde arriba. Navegarás a Peschiera del Garda en la costa sur del lago.

DÍA 4: Peschiera/Desenzano - Mantua, 45 km. Llegada en barco a Mantua
Hoy recorrerás uno de los caminos en bicicleta más famosos en Italia que corre paralelo al río Mincio. Pasarás por Borghetto y Valeggio sul Mincio, famoso por su parque botánico "Sigurtà".
El viaje termina en Mantua, donde abordarás tu hotel flotante en el puerto Catena, a pasos del centro de la ciudad. Tu camarote estará disponible desde la 4:00 p.m.  La cena será servida aproximadamente a las 6:30 p.m. e incluirá una reunión con el guía y la tripulación. Mantua es una de las ciudades más lindas del norte de Italia, donde artistas conocidos en el mundo entero dejaron sus obras de arte.

DÍA 5: Mantua, ida y vuelata, 40 km
Todo el día está dedicado al descubrimiento de esta maravillosa ciudad y sus alrededores.

DÍA 6: Mantua-Governolo-Zelo, 50 km
El barco te llevará a Governolo donde encontrarás la mayor cuenca de Italia, construida para controlar al río Mincio. Empezarás el día en bici siguiendo al río Po hasta Ostiglia y las ruinas de una fortaleza medieval. El día terminará en Zelo, un pequeño pueblo en el Canal Bianco, donde el barco permanecerá anclado esta noche.

DÍA 7: Zelo/Castelguglielmo – Ferrara – Adria, 50 km
Después del desayuno emprenderás un recorrido en bicicleta hacia Ferrara. Al llegar a esta ciudad a la que llaman, “la ciudad de las bicicletas”, te encantará su centro histórico con las murallas de la antigua ciudad. Un autobús te transportará a Adria, un antiguo puerto griego.

DÍA 8: Adria – Porto Viro – Chiogga, 40 km
​El barco te traerá a Porto Viro y desde allí emprenderás la recorrida diaria del delta del Po, pedaleando por el corazón de la naturaleza en un paraíso natural entre los pantanos y lagunas del rio. Seguirás el canal del Po-Brondolo que conecta el rio con la laguna Veneciana. Pasarás la noche en Chioggia, también conocida como “La pequeña Venecia” donde deberás aprovechar la oportunidad de visitar el mercado de pescados al amanecer.

DÍA 9: Chioggia – Venecia, 30 km
Hoy el barco va al Oasis de Ca’Roman, una pequeña isla con bosques de pinos. En bicicleta a lo largo de la laguna de Venecia, llegarás a Pellestrina. Un breve viaje en barco te llevará a la Isla Lido con una parada en Malamocco, el puerto antiguo.  Pasarás la noche en la Isla Giudecca con una vista magnifica de la laguna.

DÍA 10: Venecia, día libre
Descubre la ciudad a tu propio paso. Tendrás el día entero para recorrer y descubrir este centro histórico y sus islas.

DÍA 11: Venecia
Después del desayuno y despedidas, tendrás tiempo libre para seguir conociendo Venecia antes de regresar a casa.

*Se tomarán como válidos los detalles y descripciones de las rutas de los viajes a los que están circunscriptos en las páginas en inglés

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Comentarios de viajeros

  • David & Patsy 3 days ago

    Most Memorable Part? The poppy fields along the bike ride was especially beautiful. Instructions need some updating.

    Boat: Ave Maria

  • Ian S. 6 months ago

    Superb scenery, boat, bikes and guides. Delightful in every way.

    Boat: Ave Maria

  • Nelson N. 6 months ago

    Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy! Piano player and entertainer was a highlight.....food was fabulous.

    Boat: Ave Maria

  • Rosemary B. 8 months ago

    Most Memorable Parts: the swimming off the boat, out in the ocean after a hot bike ride, were amazing.
    The historical information from our tour guides was outstanding.
    The food was DELICIOUS.
    Sunsets out on the water were glorious

    I would recommend that those ebikes were very necessary for most on the hills
    of Greece. Though I live in a hilly area and ride hills every day, with the heat and the very heavy bikes, I had a tough time the first day. Those with E bikes were motoring past me. There at least five ebikes on our boat and I would have needed a smaller frame so couldn't exchange with the tour guides.
    Though the trip descriptions pointed out that Greek Islands are hilly, I thought
    that my biking experience would be enough. After staying back on the second
    day with several others, because the temp. for two days was 37 degrees C!!
    I joined the others on the third day and had three amazing days. Also, while we
    stayed back, one tour guide gave us an excellent tour of the town we were
    moored in.

    Boat: Vita Pugna

  • Carmel M. 9 months ago

    Every aspect of the trip made for a memorable experience. Having done both the hotel to hotel and the guided section gave us a truly great opportunity to see a part of Italy that is so varied in both history, culture, food and landscape.

    Boat: Vita Pugna

  • Janet L. 12 months ago

    We were glad that we did the independent bike ride starting in Bolzano 3 days before meeting up with everyone on the barge. The scenery and biking were incredible, especially on the alternate route. We did go solo the first day and got very lost 3 times! The next day we tagged along with others on the same trip. The directions could be more explicit ( Ex. It would be helpful to state directions that avoided questioning routes i.e. ""go this way, not that way""; caution - fork in road- bear right, but not up that 14% grade hill!) And what is a fly-over? (An overpass, we found out later) And what is considered a ""fountain""? (It's a small water spigot at a bikers rest stop). However, it was an adventure we won't forget. We learned we needed to have GPS through Google or another mapping/biking program. This would allow us to be more independent and ride self guided as biking with 28 or more people and 2 guides is slow going. The biking is on flat terrain, very easy. However, many days you bike around 30 miles, with many stops for breaks, tours, and sights. It was very warm in early June. Bring lip sunscreen and regular sunscreen!
    The Ave Maria is fantastic, our rooms were cozy but totally comfortable. The boat is in mint condition. Food is amazing! Our 2 chefs were top notch. Staff are fun and we really were lucky to have a great group of fellow travelers. Ronnie and Silvia were our guides and they were great. They were very patient, helpful and fun to be with. We had a competition one night, all the 5 groups from different countries did a skit. It was hilarious!!
    Also, arriving in Venice by boat at the end of the tour is the best way to go in our opinion. We stayed an extra day in Venice and took water buses to some of the islands. It was cooler there, we saw beautiful places and we used up our 3 day transit pass.
    I could go on and on, but suffice it to say, we had an unforgettable, wonderful trip and are thinking of where to go on our next bike and barge adventure!

    Boat: Ave Maria

  • Martha B. 2 years ago

    Outstanding guide, great staff on boat, wonderful food. The beautiful scenery from Bolzano to Mantova was probably the most memorable. Really happy we took the additional 3 days before boarding the barge.

  • Christine W. 2 years ago

    The scenery on the self guided from Bolzano to Mantua.
    The expert guide (Hein ), the food and the staff on the boat.
    They all went out of their way to make it a very pleasant experience.
    We could not have asked for a better crew.

    Boat: Ave Maria

  • Judith S. 2 years ago

    The guide, Hein, was very knowledgeable, entertaining and helpful. A real asset to the trip.
    Food on the Ava Maria was the best! Loved the three days from Bolzano through the mountains.

    Boat: Ave Maria

  • Rosemary B. 2 years ago

    We took the 11 day cycle in Italy and loved it all.
    A few things I think need mentioning.
    We got lost. Just as one of your reviewers mentioned on the way to Lake Garda. We were doing great and very early to get the boat but at one of the deviations,we turned towards Verona and didn't realize it until half way to Verona. We had to keep looking at the map and book description and when we thought we knew and didn't look at what we were doing, we got lost. So took a train to Verona, lugged the very heavy bikes up the train station stairs, no elevator or escalators there!! Then had to hang the bikes up on hooks on the train. Then the train back up to where we would have been finishing our trip in the boat down Lake Garda. PUCCINCI hotel in Peschiera.I was very disappointed to have missed the ride on lake Garda. So the day that was supposed to be our short day, and we had done 45k before noon, and should have been there, we did over 80K.
    I felt that in order to do each days trip on the extra three days, we had to miss lots of towns and sights I wanted to visit. The hotel in Bolzano was very lovely and staff was great.
    The hotel in Trento, The Grand, was very very Grand. We just loved it.
    The gentleman that was at the front desk in............Peschiera was very helpful and was trying to give us many many things to do until he realized we didn't have the time in one evening, when getting up early to ride, to do too much.
    The hotel at the bottom of Lake Guarda, Hotel Peschiera we had a large bedroom.
    The breakfast room was in the basement and was quite crowded.
    We went for a swim and I asked at the desk about towels for the pool and the woman said to just take the room towels. When I asked for dry towels later for our room she told me they were $5.00 each!!! Never have heard of that ever before.
    Our barge was wonderful and as the times we have biked and barged before with other companies, we were very delighted with the delicious meals, friendly crew and outstanding tour guide Lecia. She was so much fun, very professional, had amazing skills in many languages and we all fell in love with her. The rides were so beautiful, just as we expected and the others on board with us were friendly and keen like us.

    • Carla 2 years ago

      Hi Rosemary! Thanks for submitting such detailed feedback. We are working with our local partner to make that part of the route more detailed. Glad you had a wonderful trip!

  • Daniel G. 2 years ago

    We did the 3-day self-guided tour from Bolzano to Lake Garda to Mantua first and that was a great adventure for us. The food and people we met on the boat was also a wonderful experience.

  • Joanne White 3 years ago

    This Bike and Barge tour was amazing, best holiday ever!

    Boat: Ave Maria

  • Christopher Manning 3 years ago

    Route guides(arrows)could in some areas(particularly in the Bolzano to barge section when riders on their own) be more clearly marked and better positioned.
    Steph,our guide,and the boat crew combined to make this a special experience.

    Boat: Vita Pugna

  • Debbie 4 years ago

    We did the Bolzano to Mantova bicycle trip, what an awesome experience. We loved every moment of it. Thank you for the wonderful trip, the hotels were excellent, the road maps we could not have done without. The signs from Pescheria to Mantova were not as good as the beginning - less to follow but on the whole I trip that we can recommend. The Ava Maria - 5 star, with a crew led by captain Connie and tour guide Helmut, not to mention the excellent food. Well organised and worth every penny

    Boat: Ave Maria

  • Jerry & Betsy Wilson 5 years ago

    Just completed this trip - we'll summarize by just saying "OUTSTANDING"! Enrico (our guide) couldn't have been better - surely gave us more info (and time!) than we expected. The boat's crew was outstanding too - food couldn't have been better! And we loved the cycling...even with (in spite of?) two days of rain. Our tandem bike was (surprisingly, for a rental tandem) easy to ride and control, even through some of the tight turns in the towns on the tour. Hard to find/fit tandems that are enjoyable to ride for both cyclists - Girolibero did their homework! We're already planning another tour for next year, and what a feast to choose from!

    J & B Wilson, 10/23/2013

    Boat: Ave Maria

  • E.R 5 years ago

    Great Trip! Directions were clear & detailed for the self-guided portion. Maps could have been better by showing North orientation.

    Guide on boat was fantastic! very knowledgeable and eager to please. Took us many places and gave us background info on things. Volunteered to take us on a tour of Venice and showed us how to use the water-bus system to get around on our own. Nicest boat and best guide I have had after many bike & barge trips.

    Boat: Ave Maria

  • Bolzano-Mantova-Venice 5 years ago

    We had great weather which helped make the trip so enjoyable. Heins, our guide, was fantastic.

    Boat: Ave Maria

  • Elizabeth Deerfield 6 years ago

    This was a well planned and orchestrated trip. The self guided part was easy to navigate and beautiful, lodging was great.

    The bike and Barge part was excellent. The guide, Hugo, was top notch along with a very great crew. The trip included so much, history, culture and fun. The barge was cozy, rooms good size and the food, excellent and nice variety. This was the best of 7 bike tours we have done.

    Boat: Ave Maria

  • Lynn Yetman 7 years ago

    Myself and 4 of my friends just completed the Balzano - Venice Bike Tour. This was our 7th cycle tour with Trip-Site and as with the previous 6 trips we were not disappointed. The cycling out of Balzano was probably the most beautiful of any cycling we have done. Coming down a mountain road to a spot overlooking Lake Garda was a spectacular site we will never forget.

    The Ava Maria has been beautifully re-furbished. The staterooms are roomy with plenty of storage. The dining room comfortabley seated our 28 fellow cyclists. The food was great and the wine reasonably priced. Our guides Flavio and Martina did a wonderful job and went out of their to be accomodating to our requests. The trail markers and directions from Balzano to Mantova could have been better. But, we were never actually lost, just misplaced from time to time. A great time was had by all.

    Boat: Ave Maria

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Bolzano – Mantua – Venecia Barcos

Ave Maria Foto

Ave Maria Italia Clase de barco Comfort Plus Los barcos de clase Comfort Plus son barcos de 5 estrellas muy bien decorados con camarotes con camas bajas, baño privado, un gran salón comedor, y más.

Vita Pugna Foto

Vita Pugna Italia Clase de barco Comfort Los barcos de clase Comfort tienen camarotes más grandes con baños privados y camas bajas (no literas).

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