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Tour estivo 2018 della Mitteleuropa

Andrea De Felici

Tour estivo 2018 della Mitteleuropa

Collection by Andrea De Felici

18

Tours

102:50 h

912 mi

37,150 ft

Giro da Udine a Trieste, prendendola un po' larga. Percorse le ciclovie interessanti dell'Alpe Adria, Danubio, Stiria e Slovenia. Giro fatto con borse.

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  • Tour della Mitteleuropa: Casarsa-Udine (tappa 0)

    03:12
    29.5 mi
    9.2 mph
    500 ft
    275 ft

    Zero stage approaching via Alpe Adria from Udine. Easy and flat stage, suitable for any type of bike.

    Udine is very pretty and worth a visit.

    The whole tour was born from an idea of Sara who found some enthusiastic and a little unconscious (I speak for myself) but not inexperienced travel companions and

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  • 07:42
    62.9 mi
    8.2 mph
    4,250 ft
    2,800 ft

    First and proper stage of the Central European Tour. Take via Alpe Adria (from Udine) which will take us to the foot of the Carnic Alps, towards Tarvisio. Perhaps the most spectacular part is that which flanks the Tagliamento river. You also pass through fields of near-ripe corn and graveyards - the

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  • 07:52
    55.6 mi
    7.1 mph
    2,950 ft
    2,375 ft

    Second stage of the Mitteleuropeo Tour, always on the Alpe Adria road that will lead us to cross the border. All in all, very pedalable stage, with continuous initial and final climbs and without jolts. Past the border, the difference in landscape is immediately apparent: the colors, especially green

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  • 06:17
    48.7 mi
    7.7 mph
    4,500 ft
    3,075 ft

    Third stage, or better stage, of the Mitteleuropeo Tour, always on the Alpe Adria road. Quite demanding stage, especially because we will discover that it will not be over in Mallnitz and we will have other kilometers to cover than those planned. First part a lot of eating and drinking - not to be underestimated

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  • 01:45
    16.8 mi
    9.6 mph
    375 ft
    1,850 ft

    Second part of the third stage of the Mitteleuropeo Tour, on via Alpe Adria. In the plans it was written that we would have to reach Salzburg from Mallnitz by train. In practice this is not possible because first of all the train from Mallnitz ends in Böckstein and from here you have to get off at Bad

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  • 07:05
    62.5 mi
    8.8 mph
    1,650 ft
    1,900 ft

    Fourth stage of the Mitteleuropeo Tour. We leave the mountains and reach the rivers. And you leave the beautiful Alpe Adria and start a new cycle path, that of the Tauri mountains. On paper it will be an easy stage and in fact compared to the days before it will be, however never think that a route along

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  • 06:23
    44.1 mi
    6.9 mph
    675 ft
    825 ft

    Fifth stage of the Mitteleuropeo Tour, on the cycle path of the Tauern mountains. It goes from one river to another. In fact, having reached the Inn in Braunau, we set off in the direction of the beautiful blue Danube towards Passau, the city which is at the confluence of 3 rivers: Inn, Danube and the

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  • 06:24
    62.9 mi
    9.8 mph
    2,250 ft
    2,350 ft

    Sixth stage of the Central European Tourour. We leave the cycle path of the Tauern Mountains and take the most classic of cycle paths, that of the Danube which will take us to Linz. A stage characterized by gray, cool and above all rain, but this is something that must be taken into account during a

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  • 06:34
    69.0 mi
    10.5 mph
    1,050 ft
    1,225 ft

    Seventh stage of the Central European tour, the Danube cycle path. Unlike the day before, the day is sunny and warm, but also a little windy with a favorable wind.

    The path is quite flat and almost all on the left bank. Small and pretty villages with houses with pastel-colored walls occasionally appear

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  • 05:04
    52.8 mi
    10.4 mph
    900 ft
    1,050 ft

    Eighth stage of the Mitteleuropeo Tour, on the Danube cycle path.

    Flat stage without particular difficulties, sunny which makes you want to push on the pedals. In the original plans the stage was to lead to Vienna. We decide to shorten it both to have some time to see Vienna together, since Gerardo will

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  • 07:11
    68.0 mi
    9.5 mph
    1,750 ft
    1,350 ft

    Ninth stage of the Mitteleuropeo Tour. After a short transfer and rest stop from Vienna to Bratislava, we leave for Austria - also Bratislava is a very nice city and, since it is a spit from Vienna, it came naturally to us to include it in the tour. Of course, it takes something away in Vienna, but also

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  • 08:46
    73.0 mi
    8.3 mph
    4,950 ft
    4,850 ft

    Tenth stage of the Mitteleuropeo Tour, on the Eurovelo 9 track. Definitely more lively and demanding than the previous ones, characterized by the Moenichkirchen climb in the middle of the stage and by eating and drinking finals that wear out a bit.

    From a landscape and weather point of view, it is certainly

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  • 05:16
    44.7 mi
    8.5 mph
    2,675 ft
    2,425 ft

    Eleventh stage of the Mitteleuropeo Tour. We leave Eurovelo 9 to turn to Graz. Not particularly demanding stage, except for some dry climbs, especially towards the end of the stage, which break the rhythm a bit. We arrive in Graz and we realize that it is by no means a small city - visited several years

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  • 07:18
    63.4 mi
    8.7 mph
    1,600 ft
    1,925 ft

    Twelfth stage of the Mitteleuropeo Tour, on the Mur cycle path and Eurovelo 9. A very easy stage on paper, at least up to the border, but which will give us a little to do as soon as we cross this one. The first part is really very pedalable, as well as pleasant. You get out of Graz quite easily and

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  • 04:51
    43.5 mi
    9.0 mph
    2,425 ft
    2,525 ft

    Thirteenth stage of the Mitteleuropeo Tour. Also in this stage you pass from one river to another, yesterday the Drava, today the Savinja, obviously passing through some roughness in the middle of the path and with an end of eat and drink. It is perhaps the first of the easier stages, because it is quite

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  • 04:51
    48.9 mi
    10.1 mph
    1,725 ft
    1,550 ft

    Fourteenth stage of the Mitteleuropeo Tour. A stage characterized by a long ascent and a long descent, practically a cusp or even a volcano. As in the previous days, we go from valley to valley, from river to river. Yesterday the Savinja, today the Sava and the Ljubljanica, the two rivers of Ljubljana

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  • 03:25
    33.4 mi
    9.8 mph
    1,900 ft
    975 ft

    Fifteenth stage of the Central European Tour. Italy is approaching and the stages are getting shorter and shorter, almost as if we wanted to savor the holiday to the last and did not want to leave this beautiful adventure in the heart of Europe. To get to Postojna / Postumia we decide not to take Eurovelo

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  • 02:55
    32.8 mi
    11.3 mph
    1,075 ft
    2,775 ft

    Sixteenth stage of the Central European Tour. We return to Italy, with a little tiredness, but also melancholy. You do a little 'accounts of the kilometers traveled (1300 and passes) and it is almost unbelievable. It would be nice to close the circle and get to where we started, but that's okay. It is

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Collection Stats

  • Tours
    18
  • Distance
    912 mi
  • Duration
    102:50 h
  • Elevation
    37,150 ft

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