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2014 Destinations Update

by ExperiencePlus! - Thursday, September 5, 2013

Departure Dates You’ve Been Waiting For:

France:
Bicycling Paris to Lyon or the extended version that continues to Marseille. We’ve had an extraordinary response to this tour that follows in the tracks of Annie Londonderry – the first woman to bicycle around the world solo.

Bicycling the Best of Provence (Plus! the Luberon and Aix-en-Provence). It’s Provence – what else do you really need to know!

Italy:
Alps to Adriatic Italy ExpeditionPlus! – This trip is now live and it is already confirmed with 10 people booked! If you are pondering the possibility you best get on the list quick!

Bicycling Verdant Umbria (Plus! Todi and Orvieto)   – A new 201 rated itinerary through one of our favorite regions in all of Italy, Umbria.

Poland, Slovakia and Hungary:
Our bicycling Krakow to Budapest tour is back and better than ever with a new name Poland to Slovakia (Plus! Hungary).

Confirmed / Space is Running Out

Argentina and Chile:

Bicycling Patagonia’s Lakes District (Plus! the Island of Chiloé) – We have confirmed the December 7, 2013 departures. The 7-day itinerary February 22 – 28 is also confirmed and we need just a few more to confirm the 10 day itinerary.

Chile:
Bicycling Chile’s Wine Country (Plus! the Pacific Coast) starting March 8, 2014 is nearly sold out.

France:
Bicycling the Vineyards of Alsace, June 29 – July 7, 2014 needs only two more to confirm the departure.

Germany, Austria and Hungary:
Bicycling the Danube from Germany to Vienna (Plus! Budapest) August 15 – 22, or August 15 – 27, 2014 is a confirmed departure.

Not Your Average Bicycling Tour:

ExpeditionPlus! Italian style – our Alps to Adriatic Expedition is confirmed with 10 people already booked and more on the list.

ExperiencePlus! Bicycle Tours and Whole Journeys (a division of Whole Foods Markets) presents two very special culinary and bicycling adventures in Italy and France’s top foodie destinations Emilia Romagna and Provence.