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Salzkammergut, Chiemgau and Tyrol. These three regions along the Austrian-German border dazzle with stunning landscapes, verdant Alpine pastures, meadows filled with wildflowers, crisp clean air and refreshing lakes. They are also popular vacation destinations and have an abundance of small roads perfect for bicycling. The lively city of Salzburg, hometown to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, offers an outstanding base from which to explore these regions. The Mozart Bike Trail connects Salzburg with the three famous regions and leads to many of the places that figured in the life of the 18th century musical genius: St. Gilgen on the Wolfgangssee, the Chiemsee, Waging and Wasserburg on the river Inn, to name just a few of the places where Mozart spent time. May a bicycle tour through Mozart's backyard be as relaxing as he found them to be in his lifetime!
This bicycle touring guide includes detailed maps of the countryside and of many cities and towns, precise route descriptions, information about historic and cultural sites as well as background information and a comprehensive list of overnight accommodations. The one thing this guide cannot provide is fine cycling weather, but we hope you encounter nothing but sunshine and gentle tailwinds.
It's hard to decide how to classify this product. It is both a travel guide and a set of detailed maps. However it is classified, it is a great source of information for bicyclists who intend to travel in this region. And the book is entirely in English!
Maps are presented at a scale of 1:50,000.ISBN: 385000192X
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