Bella Italia: from Merano to Lake Garda
‘Ciao bella’ and ‘amore mio’ are clearly the leaders in the five most popular hiking tours in 2019.
The mighty rock formations of the Dolomites, the southern European way of life in South Tyrol and the glittering blue Lake Garda characterise this hiking trip from Eurohike. In addition, the South Tyrolean Wine Route, where one vineyard follows the last, provides that dolce vita you dream of on holiday.
- You can find details about the hiking trip from Merano to Lake Garda here.
The floating garden in the Atlantic: Around Madeira
Forests immersed in thick fog, dark lava rocks, sun-drenched banana plantations and the rushing Atlantic Ocean: this is what makes the coast of Madeira so unique. It is not surprising that this hiking tour was one of the favourites in 2019. Botanists, hikers and connoisseurs will get their money’s worth on the flowering island. In addition, a delicious ‘poncha’, a national drink made of honey, orange juice and sugar cane schnapps, will sweeten breaks.
- Need more information? Click here to find more details about the popular hiking trip in Madeira.
Aiming high: around the Zugspitze
Seven days of hiking at altitude and seven days of discovering the Zugspitze from a different perspective. This is how hikers experience the popular tour around Germany’s highest mountain. There are far-reaching views with wildly romantic gorges.
- This was one of the most popular hiking tours in 2019, the tour around the Zugspitze.
Across the Alps: from Garmisch to Merano
Alps, alps and even more alps. This is what hiking fans get on the popular tour from Garmisch to Merano. The Olympic city of Garmisch-Pertenkirchen meets charming mountain huts and South Tyrolean charm. The variety across the Alpine ridges of three countries is wonderful. With good fitness, the valleys and mountains are achievable. No stone remains unturned.
- Go on a hiking tour from Garmisch to Merano in the Alps!
German Rhine indulgence: The Rheinsteig from Mainz to Koblenz
Rocky cliffs, hilltop castles and a UNESCO World Heritage Site can be enjoyed by hiking enthusiasts in the Middle Rhine Valley. Sporty Eurohike guests can enjoy the full diversity of Germany. During the demanding mountain hike over eleven days, the half-timbered houses and spectacular panoramas enchant each stage.
The Filsner Lay Nature Reserve near the monasteries of Eberbach and Assmanshausen is definitely worth a visit. No wonder this hiking trip has become a real magnet for guests.