THE OKTOBERFEST ODYSSEY
The Oktoberfest Odyssey takes you on a Journey of Europe's finest must-see sights, and finishes at one of the greatest bucket-list festivals in the world. From historic architectural cities, to lush green Bavarian countryside, this route has the perfect balance.
To celebrate your achievement of arriving at Oktoberfet in such a unique manner, grab your stein and "prost" your fellow riders!
The Odyssey has two rest days en route to our final destination, allowing plenty of opportunity to recharge and explore the beautiful places we pass through.
Countries: England, France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany
Distance: 1215 km / 755 miles
Duration: 16 days
Cost: £2600 - Group Discounts Offered
Dates:12th - 27th Sept 2020
Route Description London to Munich
We depart London and head for Dover, making full use of the cycleways when possible. The following day we have a shorter cycle into the fairy-tale medieval town of Bruges, before our final push to Brussels. A great introduction into the Journey can be celebrated with sampling Belgium's world famous beers or eating your body weight in waffles on your well earned rest day.
Passing through Luxembourg we head into the Mosel region of Germany, with a rest day in Heidelberg before continuing onto Bavaria. When we arrive at Munich we have cycled through five countries, endless famous landmarks and picturesque walled villages, arriving into Oktoberfest all under self power.
A feat that you should be incredibly proud when you attend with world reknowned festival.
Each day of the Journey will finish in hotel accommodation, a hot shower and warm bed awaits, ensuring you are fully rested for the next days cycling.
16 Nights hotel accommodation including the night in London prior to departure for briefing.
16 Breakfasts and 8 Dinners
Support vehicle for luggage transport and mechanical assistance
Daily cycle guide, and physical route maps or GPS points
Mammoth Journeys Cycle top
Recommended kit list
Airport Transfer at the start and end of your Journey (conditions apply)
Bike Transport Return to England