A trip to Virginia Beach affects all your senses

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Private Charter Bus Services To Numerous Destinations From Washington DC

The word ‘chauffeur’ conjures up images of The Great Gatsby or a rock star. DC Trails makes it possible for you to afford a similar luxury within a reasonable budget.
Our Private Bus Tours starting in Washington DC  include your own personal driver and a plush touring vehicle while visiting the destination of your choice.
Our single and/or multi-day chauffeured tours are a terrific value for 15 or more friends and family members traveling together; we are also happy to accommodate any size group.
Price is dependent on group size and duration.
Below is a sample of our most popular chauffeured-touring destination s, but we are always happy to create a unique private tour of Washington, DC or elsewhere, so dream big.
We’ll make it happen.
New York City.
If you’re a first-time visitor, .

DC Trails will take you to the most iconic locations in New York City

You’ll see the Empire State Building and Chrysler Buildings

the Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, the Bronx Zoo, Staten Island Ferry, Brooklyn Bridge and other places in the city that never sleeps.
Virginia Beach.
A trip to Virginia Beach affects all your senses.
It’s more than soft sands and rolling waves , it’s the way you feel when your lungs fill with salt air, or the sensation of the warm sun as it evaporates tiny drops of ocean from your skin, the echo of birds and laughter.
Niagara Falls.
For generations , the majestic beauty and humbling power of Niagara Falls has fostered a sense of awe and wonder.
Countless people have enjoyed the sparkling scenery of the falls, making it the favorite vacation spot for the whole family.

Richmond is a beautiful city founded in the 18th century; one of the oldest in the US

It’s famous for being the center for Southern culture

and formed the headquarters for the Confederate Army.
Experience the rich history of this city with visits to many beautiful mansions and historic streets.
With something for every kind of adventure seeker, .

Orlando FL offers the ultimate destination for travel year round

It’s the heartland of Disney and other major theme parks and attractions and a city boasting award-winning restaurants and natural beauty in which to relax and rejuvenate.
Thomas Jefferson, third president of the US, author of the Declaration of Independance, founder of the University of Virginia – an incredible historic figure – posthumously opens his Monticello home and gardens.
Enjoy a guided house hour, seasonal garden tours.

The Mountaintop Hands-on Activity Center

sites on the Mountaintop, Museum Shop & Cafe, and other important sites around Monticello.
Philadelphia celebrates its rich past and at the same time welcomes innovation.
Explore four centuries of history and architecture, beautiful neighborhoods, remarkable museum collections and endless shopping, performing arts and delectable dining.
America’s Historic Triangle.

The Historic Triangle gave birth to the United States

and a huge nation grew from a tiny place in Virginia.
In that same tiny place, Europeans, American Indians, and Africans first lived together and became the seed of the American people.

Ferry from Piraeus to Salamina island on Day 1 — 3 euros

ARGO SARONIC SELF-GUIDED islands, antiquities , rural roads.
The Argo Saronic region lies in the southeastern “finger” of the Peloponnese Peninsula, a stimulating region to cycle which Lonely Planet named the #1 European destination in 2016.
In this predominantly rural region you bike directly to two four historical sites, Ancient Corinth, Ancient Nemea, the Epidavros Theatre and the beehive tombs at Ancient Mycenae.  Enjoy healthy Mediterranean food and local hospitality.  You immerse yourself in slow-moving Greece where most of the route is on back roads with negligible traffic.
Your favorite mainland town will be Nafplio, modern Greece’s first capital, with elegant neo-Classical Venetian homes and a towering 17th century fortress.

The Palamidi.  You will also be endeared to the little islands of Spetses and Poros

both of which are low key and easy to discover on two wheels.
Before or after your self-guided tour, we recommend booking the Athens Add-on that immerses you in the culture of Athens and the Attica region with exciting activities:  Historic Central Athens bike tour (90% traffic free), Acropolis & Acropolis Museum with professional guide, Temple of Poseidon coastal cycling, Attica wine tasting, Temple of Artemis.
Dates Duration 7 nights, 8 days standard tour — opt for more days or less days (minimum 5 days) Add-ons yes, Athens – see Add-on tab Arrival City Arrival transfer see Extras tab Tour Start Point Piraeus port Tour End Point Poros island to Piraeus port Minimum Age Total Mileage 394 km, 245 miles for standard 8 day tour Highest Elevation 608 m 1994 feet (or 496 meters, 1627 feet with transfer) Rating Active to Moderate – see.
During the tour leave your luggage in the hotel and it will be transferred to your next destination .
The itinerary below is standard, but it can be changed to add days or delete destinations .
For example, we encourage you to consider staying 3 nights on Spetses so that you can take the day boat to Hydra island lovely.
Day 1    Сorinth We meet you in the morning at Piraeus port to give you the bikes and take your luggage.  Take the 40 minute ferry to Salamina island, the site where in 480 BC the Greeks trounced the Persians in the famous Battle of Salamis.   Cycle across the island (13 km, 8 miles) to a second 10 minute ferry to get back on the mainland.
Follow the old National highway along the coast to the Corinth Canal and then to your seaside hotel on Kalamaki Beach in Isthmia.
49km, .

30 miles Day 2    Nemea On today’s ride bike from your hotel to Ancient Corinth where St

Paul preached the Corinthians.  Option to ascend the archaic Akrokorinthos Fortress with magnificent 360 degree views of two gulfs.  Final destination is Ancient Nemea, one of the four sites in ancient Greece where Games were held (also Olympia, Isthmia and Delphi ).  Enjoy a picnic lunch at a Nemean winery.  50.40 km.

31.30 miles Day 3   Nafplio  Leaving Nemean region

bike to Ancient Mycenae, home of King Agamemnon who launched the Trojan War.   His beehive tomb will astound you.  Take time to visit the Lion’s Gate and cistern.  Bike to Nafplio, the prettiest city in the Peloponnese and modern Greece’s first capital   43.30 km, 27 miles Day 4  Nafplio   Cycle to 3rd century BC Epidavros Theatre, a World Heritage Site with impeccable acoustics.  Stand on the last tier to hear a whisper from center stage.  Stop to explore an unheralded ancient Mycenae Bridge.  On the way back stop at Vivari beach for swimming and lunch at a seaside taverna.
72.55 km, 44.50 miles Day 5   Spetses island   The route from Nafplio to Spetses (via Kosta port) is the most challenging of the tour but also exhilarating to reach the top of the climb at 608 m, 1994 feet, total biking 83 km, 51 miles.    Or our luggage transfer driver can meet you at Karnezeika village for a vehicle transfer to the summit and then bike the rest of the way to Kosta port to catch a 10 minute water taxi to Spetses.
With transfer 60 km, 37 miles   Day 6   Spetses island Bike the only loop road around adorable little Spetses island which is basically car-free.  Half-way around the island stop to swim inside a pirate’s sea cave.   Perhaps you’ll opt for a romantic jaunt in a horse-drawn carriage, so popular on the island.
24 km, 15 miles Hydra Option:   Stay 3 nights on Spetses and with the extra day take the morning 30 minute boat to elegant Hydra island and return that evening.   Lots to do, including a four hour roundtrip hike up to a monastery.
Day 7   Poros island Take the short water taxi from Spetses back to the mainland to hug the southern coast to Galatas port for the short 10 minute ferry to Poros, an island with several great beaches.   The route is flat until the last 13 km and then there’s a steep 4 km climb.  Visit a traditional weaver on Poros.   59 km, 37 miles Day 8   depart Leave the bikes and bike gear on Poros and take a 1 hour Flying Dolphin hydrofoil to Piraeus port in Athens.   Daily departures with morning, afternoon and evening choices.
Day 1: Athens – arrive and Welcome drink Day 2: Athens – Historic Central Athens & Acropolis & Acropolis Museum Day 3:  Sounion – Temple of Poseidon Day 4: Option #1 Aegina island Aegina is only an hour by boat from Athens’ port, Piraeus, which makes it a quick, easy island to escape to for a day’s cycling excursion.
Pistachios are Aegina’s primary product so you will ride by many pistachio orchards.
Explore ancient Aphaia whose temple is one of the best preserved in Greece.
At Paleochora you’ll get off the bikes to walk amidst an abandoned village whose hillside is sprinkled with Byzantine chapels.
The cycling is moderate, the highest hill only 515 feet, 157 meters with 36 km, 22 miles of cycling.
Lunch at a seaside taverna.
Day 4: Option #2 Athens Secret Walking Food Tour Aegina island: full day excursion, road bike, biking guide, vehicle support, entry fees to Aphaia, seaside lunch Athens Food Tour: 4 hour walking tour, over 20 tastings at 11 food spots * Airport transfer on departure, requires minimum 4 persons, maximum 8 persons.
See Extras tab * Travel Insurance.
See Extras tab.
1-2 riders 2450 euros per person 3,4 riders 2220 euros per person Single Supplement 750 euros See 7 nights Accommodations: 3-4 star hotels, primarily family owned and operated, ranging from boutique hotels to seaside upscale hotels.
Tasteful, clean, air-conditioned, private bath, abundant hospitality, comfort.
All accommodations are standard doubles with option for upgrade.  All accommodations serve breakfast, usually buffet style.
Tour prices are based on double occupancy.
5 luggage transfers: Piraeus to Corinth > Corinth to Nemea > Nemea to Nafplio > Nafplio to Spetses > Spetses to Poros     Bikes: Specialized road bike.
Triple chain ring, 27 gears, carbon fiber fork.
Carbon Tarmac bikes are available as an upgrade for 400 euros.
Electric bikes are available as an upgrade for 350 euros.   Regular pedals or toe clips on request.
You are welcome to bring your own clip-in pedals and shoes.
See and Bike gear: 2 water bottles, helmet, handlebar pouch, odometer, lock, rear rack on request.
Bike tools: hand pump, patch kit, tire irons, spare tube, multi-tool.
One set per group.

GPS device:  Oregon 450 with programmed routes

arrow indicating route and turns.
Bike mount for GPS.
One device/mount per group.
Cue sheets:   turn by turn directions plus distance/elevation profiles Bike Routes:   Options  (1) RideWithGPS tour routes to upload to your iphone or Android with voice narration – bring your own bike mount  (2)  GPX tracks to download to your device – bring your own bike mount  (3) we provide you a Garmin Oregon 450 GPS device with programmed routes, no narration, plus bike mount.
Meals: Breakfasts are included at each hotel.

Picnic lunch on Day 2.  Buffet dinner at hotel on Day 1

Home cooked gourmet meal with organic ingredients from garden and wine tasting at hotel on Day 2 Map of the region Mobile phone: one per couple with 10 euros phone card.
Trip packet: useful and interesting information about the region International airfare to/from Greece.
Transfer from Athens Airport to Athens on arrival.

Transfer from Piraeus port to your next destination on Day 8

Athens hotel – we can assist with recommendations and/or bookings.
All meals except daily breakfast, 1 picnic lunch, two dinners.
Ferry from Piraeus to Salamina island on Day 1 — 3 euros.

Ferry from Salamina to mainland on Day 1 — 70 cents

Water taxi between Spetses and mainland — 20 euros one way

Water taxi or ferry between Poros and mainland — 3 euros one way.
Private licensed guides at archaeology sites – we can arrange professional guides on request at 120 euros per group for one hour tour, excluding entry fees of 12 euros per person per site.
Additional GPS device — 50 euros per device.
Travel insurance – required or proof that your medical insurance applies in Greece.
We are official agents of Travel Guard and can book your policy or provide a quote.
Participants are required to sign our.
Participants are required to agree to the.
E-bikes for an 8 day tour cost 300 euros. See and   for more info.
Upgrade to a Specialized Tarmac Sport, carbon fiber frame and fork.
Cost is 400 euros for an 8 day tour. See and for more info.
For travel insurance for U.
S citizens, we are official agents of .   Contact us to receive a policy quote.   Cost of coverage depends on various factors including your state, your age, your days of travel.   Travel insurance is not provided for flights booked using frequent flyer mileage.  Some policies require booking within 15 days of paying your trip deposit, such as, cancel for any reason or coverage for pre-existing medical conditions.
Airport Transfer on Arrival If you stay in Athens pre or post tour, we can recommend a hotel and book your room.
We patronize a range of Athenian hotels  in different neighborhoods and different budgets.
Private Archaeology Guides Wine Tasting in Nafplio A professional certified oenologist enlightens your taste buds at a one hour wine tasting session in his “cava” (wine store).  The focus is on the famous Nemean wines of the region, including the incomparable agioritiko, affectionally known as “Blood of Hercules.”  Cost is 20 euros per couple.  Includes tasting of 3 reds, 3 whites.  Rusk & cheese served.

Greek Cooking Class on Poros With a big smile and lots of pizazz

Katerina will teach you how to make remarkable dishes of traditional island cuisine.   Learn prep tips and special recipes from this local master, and then eat the fruits of your labor.  100 euros per person for 2-3 persons,  80 euros per person for 4-6 persons.  70 euros per person for 7-8 persons.

Weaving Class on Poros Island Meet Eleni

the only traditional weaver on the island, and perhaps in the Argo Saronic region.   She has several looms and teaches you techniques traditional weavers still use as well as types of local wool and yarn.  20 euros per person for one hour session.
Accommodations An indicative hotel for the self-guided Argo Saronic tour is the  Kalamaki Beach Hotel   with swimming pool, private beach and terrific views of the sea.

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Athens Add-on4 nights.
cycle to Lion’s Gate at Mycenae, Europe’s oldest monument Visit Bourtzi island with lovely views of Nafplio Swim in the underwater sea cave on Spetses island Listen to a stage whisper at 3rd century BC Epidavros Theatre Climb the 999 steps to 17th century Palamidi Fortress Saronic Coast Cycling.
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CycleGreece is your host for exploring Greece’s treasures


Vacation time is preciousClient Supremacy

The most important element on a CycleGreece guided tour is client satisfaction

It is our responsibility to ensure that your vacation in Greece

on a scale of 1 to 10, ranks 10 in fun and happy memories, 10 in rest and rejuvenation and 10 in cultural illumination.
Our team is not alone in striving to meet your expectations for a fabulous Greece vacation.
We work in tandem with an entire nation!  Greeks practically invented the word hospitality — philoxenia — whose translation means “friend of strangers.” The Greek people will always make you feel welcome in Greece.


Nowadays, thoughtful travelers seek a meaningful experience with their chosen vacation destination .
They look for an intimacy with the land and people.  Our guests like our policies to patronize small shop owners, family run hotels, local artists, village bakeries, wineries run by the third and fourth generations.
CycleGreece’s low impact tours exposes the foreign guest to an authentic Greece lifestyle supporting the environment and culture of the local people.  Small groups mean small footprints in nature preserves or at protected ancient ruins.
Our clients appreciate involvement in traditional events and exchanges that make Greece so original and endearing to the global community .
CycleGreece is your host for exploring Greece’s treasures.

Our mission is to introduce you to Greece’s sacred sites and ancient riches so that you

too, will cherish its heroic legacy and regard it as an inspiration for future generations.
This blessed land, a true world heritage site, is one of those celestial places on the planet where mankind once reached up to capture stars.
The greatness and monumental creativity of the ancients’ efforts demand eternal recognition — indeed, emulation.

Visiting Greece connects you to its epic history

and this, coupled with the modern Greeks’ contagious enjoy-the-moment lifestyle, explains the foreign traveler’s sense of serenity in Greece.  In a certain sense, you have come home.
Greece is Europe’s most southern terrain whose warm temperatures make it a desirable cycling destination almost year-round.
In summer months head for the islands cool sea breezes.

As the Cradle of Western Civilization

Greece’s acclaimed World Heritage Sites – such as Ancient Olympia and Epidavros Theatre – make for amazing destinations to reach on two wheels KING OF THE ROAD.
Almost 80% of Greece is rural which means a cyclist often owns the road – except to give the right of way to donkey riders or a herd of goats.
Hundreds of islands.
Awesome mountains.
Dramatic landscapes.
You are always within 100 kilometers of the sea with the cleanest waters in the Mediterranean EAT GOOD, RIDE GOOD.

Greece rewards its cyclists with absolutely delicious

100% healthy Greek food – like fresh fish or savory lamb and plenty of vegetarian options, too SAFE RIDING.
Greek terrain is vastly rural with sparse traffic.
On guided tours and family tours the support vehicle has your back with flashing lights and a big red Caution – Cyclists sign.
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Topes de Collantes Viazul Bus Service.
Viazul Cuba Bus Service is the perfect option to visit Topes de Collantes in Sancti Spiritus.
For those of you who don’t wish to to visit Topes de Collantes the Viazul bus service will take you across Cuba and to Sancti Spiritus in comfort.
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Buses are new air-conditioned models with onboard WC

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Simply visit the offices listed below, buy your ticket and travel either that day or any day in the future.
The Viazul ticketing service is quick and efficient so usually you can collect a ticket in minutes.
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