Thursday, December 2, 2010

Cycling in Lombardia


The Lombardia Region Tourist Office has undertaken an effort to organize and publish cycling routes throughout the region, ranging from the challenging to casual rides on bicycle paths.

Each link below will launch a pdf file.

ROAD BOOK OF ROUTES FOR NATURE-LOVERS
The Golena of River Po
Between Rivers Mincio and Po
The Hills of Bergamo
Lomellina between Pavia and Vigevano
Lomellina, between river Po and the Plain
Lomellina, Land of Water
Lomellina and Wildlife Reserves
The Hills of Como
The Cycle Path of the Parks
Green Valganna
Franciacorta
Park of Ticino
Path of Valtellina - I leg
Path of Valtellina - II leg
The Cycle Path of Val Bregaglia
The Plain of Chiavenna

ROAD BOOK OF WATERWAYS
The Naviglio of Bereguardo
The Navigli of Cremona - I leg
The Navigli of Cremona - II leg
Canale Villoresi - I leg
Canale Villoresi - II leg
Canale Villoresi - III leg
Naviglio Martesana
Naviglio Grande
Naviglio Pavese
The Muzza Canal - I leg
The Muzza Canal - II leg
River Adda and the Naviglio of Paderno
River Po between Lodi and Cremona
The Left Cycle Path of River Po
Towards the Merging of Rivers Oglio and Po
Along River Mincio from Garda Lake to Mantova
The Cycle Path of Lambro
Between Rivers Adda and Po

ROAD BOOK OF LAKES AREA
The three Lakes
From Brescia to Lake Garda
The Morenic Hills of Garda

ROAD BOOK OF HISTORICAL ROUTES
The Carolingian Road - I leg
The Carolingian Road - II leg
The Carolingian Road - III leg
The Carolingian Road - IV leg
The Carolingian Road - V leg
The Francigena Road by Bicycle - I leg
The Francigena Road by Bicycle - II leg
The Francigena Road by Bicycle - III leg
River Po in the Land of Princess Matilda

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