Bike Tour Pfalz
Bike Tour Pfalz
Bike Tour Pfalz

Pfalz - based in one hotel

The cathedral of Speyer and the famous town for the wine Neustadt

Leisurely through Vineyards and the Rhine Valley

Cycle with us through the second largest German wine-growing region! You will spend a few unforgettable days in beautiful towns and villages with a special atmosphere, beautiful wineries, a unique hospitality, and excellent Pfaelzer wines. Along the way you will experience more than 2,000 years of culture: in the Speyer Cathedral, as well as in the secret German wine capital of Neustadt. The starting point of this journey is the beautiful Kurpark Hotel Bad Dürkheim, to which you will always enjoy coming back after your day of cycling.


Easy to Moderate

  • 7 Days / 6 Nights
  • Self-guided Tour
"I will help you with the planning of your holidays with advice and action"
Tanja Hardt


Tour information and bike fitting. It’s just a short walk to the old town and the beautiful spa park, which invite you to visit.

Today's stage is devoted to the Pfaelzer wines. The bike tour will lead you through vineyards and wine villages to the secret German wine capital Neustadt. Through the most beautiful wine villages of the Northern Wine Road, Wachenheim and Deidesheim you will cycle back to Bad Dürkheim.

First, the route runs along the river Rhine. Following the Old Rhine arms you will soon reach the old imperial city of Speyer. The Cathedral and the art museum should be visited in any case before you will cycle through the Böhler forest and on the Kaiser Konrad bike trail back to your hotel.

Also on today's stage you will find many romantic wine villages on the way. St. Martin is like a picture book town and Edenkoben even was a summer residence of Bavarian kings! Romantic in this area is also the wine road leading up to the French fortress of Landau. Return journey by train on your own (costs about € 9,- including bike).

After a short bike ride, you will soon reach Freinsheim with its baroque town hall. Then you will continue via the winery town of Grünstadt to the medieval castle Neuleinigen. The ones who want to cycle up the slope to the castle can then strengthen themselves again in the castle tavern and enjoy magnificent views. The tour will continue through the vineyards and back to Bad Dürkheim.

On the last day of cycling, the local wineries are on the agenda. Not only the biggest wine barrel in the world is an attraction, also the view is spectacular and many a cosy place invites you to stay. Back in Bad Dürkheim, we have already organized a wine tasting event for you at the winery Fitz-Ritter.

Radurlaub Deutschland

Prices and events

All data for 2018 at a glance
Season 1
Apr 21, 2018 - May 11, 2018
Season 2
Jun 23, 2018 - Aug 17, 2018
Sep 29, 2018 - Oct 13, 2018
Season 3
May 12, 2018 - Jun 22, 2018
Aug 18, 2018 - Sep 28, 2018
Pfalz Wine Tour 7 days, DE-PFRBD-07KU
Base price
Surcharge single room
Surcharge half board
7-gear unisex
7-gear gents
21-gear unisex
21-gear gents
Electric bike

Services & Extras

  • Overnight stays in comfortable rooms
  • Ample breakfast buffet
  • If half-board is booked: 1x winemaker’s dinner and 5x 3-course dinner
  • Personal tour information
  • Excellently planned routes
  • Detailed travel information (route maps or overview maps, route description, tourist attractions, important telephone numbers)
  • Wine tasting incl. 5 different wines at the famous winery Fitz-Ritter
  • Drinks from the mini bar (1 bottle of coke, water, bier and juice each)
  • Free use of the wellness area
  • Free bathrobe in your room for the duration of the tour
  • Service hotline for the duration of the tour
  • Rental bike insurance

Arrival / Parking / Departure

  • Free, unguarded parking spaces near the hotel
  • Parking spaces or parking garage at the hotel for about € 7,- per day, payable on-site, no reservation required



  • Any visitor’s taxes are not included in the tour price!


4 of 5 Stars (1 Rating)
4 stars
Hans-Hermann und Regina Althoff DE | 19.08.2018
Bad Dürkheim und Weinberge
Bad Dürkheim ist ein sehr schönes Städtchen. Die Radtouren führen durch nette kleine Weindörfer mit teilweise bergigen Abschnitten. Neustadt an der Weinstraße ist ein absolutes Highlight. Speyer mit seinem imposanten Dom war auch eine Tour wert. Es gibt viele Burgen, Ruinen und alte römische teilweise rekonstruierte Weingüter an den Strecken zu besichtigen. Fazit: Die Pfalz ist auf jeden Fall eine Reise wert. Der Wein ist sehr gut. PS. Wir hatten aber auch Traumwetter.

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