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10 things to love about Lake Constance

Lake Constance (or Bodensee in German) is the third largest lake in central Europe and second in Switzerland (after Geneva). It is the major hub of recreation and tourist activity in northern Switzerland, southern Germany and western Austria, having some of its shoreline in each country.
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How to find the best bike tour in Australia

Australia is one of the largest and most sparsely populated countries on earth. As such the tyranny of distance moulds the cycle tourism industry. However there is also huge variety and if you focus on particular areas you can have many different experiences - or cross the continent and do it all!
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How to find the best bike tour in France

With over 900 tours listed, France is the world's leading destination for bike tours. Go mountain biking for a week in Corsica or 10 days climbing in the Alps, go wine tasting in Champagne or take your own bike for a week in Burgundy, spend a few days visiting castles in the Loire or a week in the georgous Dordogne? Or lots more!
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Is slow travel the way to go?

More and more people realise that trying to see or do lots when on holiday is counterproductive so have embraced ‘slow travel’. It’s not really a new concept but is more relevant than ever, and now has a name so we can talk about it!
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Karlsruhe by bike

Did you know that the inventor of the bicycle, Karl Dreis, was born in Karlsruhe? Ok, it wasn’t quite the modern bike but his ‘laufmaschine’ (running machine) was a recognisable two-wheeler, albeit without pedals or chain. Also born here was Karl Benz, the inventor of an inferior vehicle...
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Biking around Lake Zurich - 10 things to see and do

It is perfectly possible to circumnavigate Lake Zurich by bike in one day. It’s about 90km around but you can cut about 25-30km by using the Seedam causeway rather than cycling around Obersee. The excellent Swiss railway runs down both sides of the lake which also gives lots of options, particularly if you want to spend time exploring.
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