Velo au Luxembourg

Luxembourg is a very beautiful country that offers great opportunities for cycling alone, with friends or with the family. While cycling, you can admire the fields ready to harvest in summer, the pretty colours of the forests in autumn, enjoy the fresh air of spring,…
Mountain bike enthusiasts can explore the forests and other natural areas. As road cyclists, many cycle paths are available for the comfort of all.

Are you looking for an easy ride with children ? Visit the Vallée de l’Alzette.

Bicycle paths on the Luxembourg territory

Luxembourg proposes lots of bicycle paths, be it inside or outside the city. The national network is composed of nearly 950km of paths, of which 660km are actually completed. They are all reported on the Ponts et Chaussées website.

The Luxembourg by Cycle map is very useful and provides you with heaps of information. It gives you the paths’ characteristics, their length, the drops, or where to rent a bike. You will also find information about the CFL rail network so that you can combine bicycle and train during your journey. The  explanations are in French, German and English. In order to buy it, please visit lvi.lu.

Rides along the Moselle, the Sûre or the Our river

You can also visit the nice Moselle region and its vineyards, Sûre or Our National Parks during one or several days. Spend the night in one of the comfortable and moderns youth hostels of Remerschen, Echternach, Vianden, Larochette or Luxembourg. Packages are often proposed.

If you need more information concerning the cycle and mountain bike tours, visit www.visitluxembourg.lu.

Cycling trails from train station to train station

Take the opportunity to roam the country by taking the different bike paths that lead from train station to train station. Most of those tours are part of the national network and accessible to anyone. They are particularly recommended for family excursions; the paths are often even and once arrived at the station, you can head back by train.

Remember that cycling is also an environmentally responsible mode of transportation; why not try it?

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