Did you know that Luxembourgers have a passion for cycling?
Great champions, like Charly Gaul, nicknamed "Angel of the mountains", stood out in the world’s most prestigious races such as the Tour de France and the Giro d’Italia. Even nowadays, their legacy nurtures the passion of Luxembourg’s inhabitants for this sport. But the country has more to offer in terms of cycling: 600 km cycle paths and another 300 km still to come, 700 km mountain bike tracks, magnificent varied landscapes, well preserved and abundant nature.
You will find that Luxembourg has something to convince anyone who loves cycling. Throughout the country, the cycle paths are well-marked and mostly in remote locations away from traffic. Furthermore, the network is regularly maintained. You see, there is nothing that stands in the way of a satisfying trip. The only thing left to do is to gear up before you ride.
Various regional tourist offices offer seasonal guided bike and mountain bike tours for individuals and groups. These must be booked in advance.
All year round, many of our partners offer packages designed for cycle tourists who want to explore Luxembourg’s trails. Check out the Special Offers section.
Mountain biking is a great way to explore the country’s varied landscapes, far off the beaten tracks.
A national cycle path network made up of 23 tracks that criss cross the different regions of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
The Luxembourg National Railway has several tracks where you can cycle from station to station at your own pace.
The numerous thematic bike tours take you on a discovery trip, through some of the most stunning landscapes in the country.
Ride along impressive rock formations, quiet river valleys and enjoy cultural highlights on your race bike.
Cycle on the "VeloRoute SaarLorLux" from Saarbrücken over Metz and Trier to Luxembourg.
The cross-border routes are an excellent way of discovering the diverse landscapes and rich cultural heritage of Luxembourg and its neighbouring...