Travel through Carinthia and the Alpine-Adriatic Region.
Travel railaxed to the "CICLOVIA" Alpe-Adria cycle route with MICOTRA train and the connections of S-Bahn to trains of Trenitalia, or the S-Bahn to the "Save-Radweg" to Tarviso and Jesenice on the weekends and public holidays from June to September.
After your bike tour, benefit of our summer connections and treat yourself a railaxed and restful journey home with ÖBB.
Drava cycle path
From Lienzer Dolomiten to Villacher Beckenraddrauweg
Length of route: Lienz - Villach approx. 116 kilometres
Path surface: mainly asphalt / partially stone chippings
Wörthersee cycle route
From the train to the sea
Length of route: cycle route around the lake approx. 40 kilometres
Path surface: asphalt
Alpe-Adria cycle route from the mountains to the ocean
Length of route: Villach - Venzone approx. 97 kilometres
Path surface: asphalt / partly cycle lanes over public roads
"Save" cycle route
From Italy to Slovenia
Length of route: Tarvisio - Ljubliana approx. 41 kilometres
Path surface: asphalt / partly over public roads
With Micotra to Friuli Venezia Giulia
Travel in an environmentally friendly, comfortable and stress-free manner – the MICOTRA trains take you to the most beautiful excursion destinations south and north of the Carinthian Alps four times a day. The trains are operated by ÖBB and the regional Friulan railway operator Ferrovie Udine Cividale (FUC). The cross-border rail connection opens up a new dimension for daily passenger transport. The two train pairs operate between Villach and Udine (on the weekends to/from Trieste) and offer room for 150 passengers and their bicycles. Good news for cycling fans: The trains are the perfect complement to the Ciclovia Alpe Adria international bicycle trail.
* The train runs daily between Villach and Udine and back. The following transport days apply between Udine and Trieste and back: Saturday, Sunday; also 25, 26, 31 December; 1 January; 19 April to 22 April; 25 April; 1 May