Eurovelo Routes

Discover Europe by bike!

Welcome to the – the website for people interested in cycling in Europe.

EuroVelo is a network of 14 long distance cycle routes connecting and uniting the whole European continent.  The routes can be used by cycle tourists as well as by local people making daily journeys.  EuroVelo currently comprises of 14 routes and it is envisaged that the network will be substantially complete by 2020. 

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Latest news

Cycling and wine, how to enjoy safely

Each summer, thousands of cyclists take to the road for sporting, cultural or simply pleasant holidays. Many of them try routes with a special theme: wine routes. Although the first wine routes were conceived for car tourism, cycle wine routes by bike are becoming more and more numerous over Europe. However, alcohol must be enjoyed with moderation to respect the different national legislations even in the case of cycling.

Read more Aug 01, 2014

EuroVelo 9 is developing rapidly in Central Europe

The last years have seen a great increase in the number of cyclists using EuroVelo 9 in Austria, Slovenia and the Czech Republic. The central European section of the Baltic - Adriatic route is the most developed and attract many tourists each year. The great success of the route led to the creation of a brand new website and new communication materials.

Read more Jul 30, 2014

Ireland’s EuroVelo routes to be developed over the coming years

The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport in the Republic of Ireland has just announced that more than €16 million will be spent on the development of greenways in Ireland over the period to 2016. This provides a good opportunity to present an overview of EuroVelo routes that pass through this wonderful green country.

Read more Jul 10, 2014

Pilgrim’s Progress: Experiencing the famous ending of EuroVelo 3 -Part 2-

EuroVelo recently published the first part of the interview to Anette Christiansen, a Norwegian cycle tourist after she completed part of the pilgrims trail to Santiago de Compostela in Spain along EuroVelo 3 – Pilgrims Route. On this second part you can find Anette top tips for "The Camino"

Read more Jul 08, 2014