Tag archive for ‘Cycling’
By Italia Travel & Life On Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019

E-biking in Italy, part 1: Lake Garda

If you really want to experience the beauty of a natural landscape there’s no better vehicle than the bicycle. And it needn’t be an exercise in strength and endurance. Jon Palmer goes e-biking in Italy… Photos More...

By Italia Travel & Life On Friday, April 29th, 2016

48 Hours in Mantua

Sarah Lane takes a relaxing stroll around the lakeside oasis in Lombardy to find out more about nesting storks, Latin poets and the singularly rampant Gonzaga dynasty Approaching Mantua from the east you’re More...

By Italia Travel & Life On Saturday, June 13th, 2015

San Remo

Viewed here from the hills above, San Remo is the endpoint of the world’s longest professional one-day cycle race. Starting at Milan, competitors will have covered 298 kilometres by the time they reach their destination… The More...

By Italia Travel & Life On Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

Venice by bike & boat

Adrian Mourby leaves the planes and trains behind and sets out to reach La Serenissima from a new perspective – Venice by bike & boat… I had never heard of Chioggia until I joined a group of cyclists cycling More...

By Italia Travel & Life On Monday, March 23rd, 2015

Cycling Lake Garda

There is a fresh wind on the Lake, a coming together of cycling enthusiasts who want to make this area a go-to destination for two-wheeled adventurers. Jon Palmer gets on his bike… Alongside its reputation as More...

By Italia Travel & Life On Tuesday, February 24th, 2015

Cycling The Dolmites

Always imagined cycling the Dolmites? Amy Lucinda Jones takes to the roads to see the delights of Trentino Alto Agide from the saddle… One of the best ways to really experience Italy is, in my opinion, not from More...