headerbanner
                                       Home                                       About Us                                       Contact Us                                       FAQs                                       
 
 
topleft topright
 


Slovenia is often a country that tourists go through on route rather than enjoy the beauty that the country deserves. It is small country the size of Wales a delight to cycle and plenty to see as a tourist. Spend some time here and enjoy it's tranquility.
more

 
bottomleftcorner   bottomrightcorner
 
 
 
       
topleft   topright
 

Transylvania highlights of Romania and the Carpathian mountains. Whilst Bucharest undergoes its post communist transformation, the rural scenes are very much locked into 19th century tradition, with preserved medieval towns and villages where horse-drawn carts outnumber cars and tourists on cycles are a rarity. Romania is a living rural museum. more

 
bottomleftcorner   bottomrightcorner
 
 
 
       
topleft   topright
 

Baltic Republics Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania on the edge of the Baltic sea with a long history and struggle for survival through the centuries. Towns are picturesque, with many castles, splendid churches and architectural delights. The markets are a delight to the eye with beautiful displays of food. The Curonian Spit is not to be missed. more

 
bottomleftcorner   bottomrightcorner
 
 
 
       
topleft   topright
 

Montenegro lies on the Adriatic Sea,with Albania, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and one moutainous place when you are cycling ! more


 
bottomleftcorner   bottomrightcorner
 
 
 
       
topleft topright
 

 
bottomleftcorner   bottomrightcorner