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What Do Cycling Through The Centuries Tours Include?

Before the Trip

  • Pre-tour packet detailing general information about the country, what to bring and a list of related reading material that you might want to peruse before leaving.
  • Tour specific packing list including all our recommended items to make your trip memorable, comfortable and thoroughly enjoyable.
  • Free assistance with pre and post-tour hotel bookings, airline reservations, travel insurance and help with pre- or post-tour trip itineraries.

On the Road

  • Use of lightweight,aluminium frame road or hybrid bikes included with every tour. All with ergonomic seats, smooth shifting, adjustable handlebars, a rear carrier rack and all maintained by our expert mechanics.
  • Bilingual experienced guides familiar with the country and the terrain and armed with cell phones. Usually, at least one guide is a native who provides an in-depth look at his or her country’s culture.
  • Informative daily briefings with our acclaimed route maps.
  • Historical and cultural information on each day’s ride or walk.
  • Routes chalked daily with arrow markings.
  • Use of guide books and related reading material.
  • All breakfasts and most dinners - including wine
  • Pic-nics and lunches as per each itinerary.
  • Unlimited fruit, snacks and water en-route 24 / 7.
  • Support van to transport luggage and tired riders.
  • Yours to keep - Cycling Centuries monogrammed water bottle.
  • Ride the yellow jersey - custom Cycling Centuries racing jersey.
  • Water resistant bike bag with tire levers, pump, spare tube and a lock. No need for a patch kit - we are always at hand.

Because We Know What Matters

  • Welcome Drinks Reception to break the ice!
  • Outstanding accommodations, ranging from boutique hotels, country inns and manor houses to 4 or 5-star hotels, pousadas and paradors - all chosen for our 3 C's: comfort, charm and convenience to sights.
  • All entrance fees to scheduled historical sights, wine tasting and museums.
  • All en-route transportation fees such as trains, ferries or buses.
  • All tips and gratuities at restaurants.

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