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For every type of bike Cycling

Discover diverse landscapes

With around 600 kilometres of bike paths and 700 kilometres of mountain bike tracks (the number is continuously rising), Luxembourg is a paradise for cyclists. Experience the capital on two wheels, race along the Moselle surrounded by vineyards, ride through the forest and between rocks in the Mullerthal, along lush meadows in the Guttland or explore the fascinating Land of the Red Rocks on a mountain bike. Alternatively, take on the winding roads in Éislek. In high season, the regional tourist offices offer guided tours, inviting you to explore the country by bike.

Luxembourg's cycle paths offer an unforgettable experience and a variety of routes. Try new ones every time!


The Vennbahn, which has won numerous international awards, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful routes in the Grand Duchy. It crosses no less than three countries – Belgium, Germany and Luxembourg – and is considered to be one of the longest former railway paths in Europe. From Reuland in Belgium, through the bat tunnel to Troisvierges in Luxembourg.



National cycle paths

The 23 national cycle paths (CPs) criss-cross the country and take the cyclist to interesting places, such as the old railway tunnels in Besch. These CPs are often dedicated to specific themes. For example, PC6 crosses three cantons, PC8 runs through the Red Lands, PC3 runs along three rivers, etc.

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Velo Vinum and Velo Pomarium

Want to combine fun on two wheels with the enjoyment of regional specialties and interesting facts about them? Try the thematic trails such as Velo Vinum and Velo Pomarium through vineyards and orchards or limitless cycling: Sub-route Pleasure Panorama. In the Mullerthal, the Tudor Tour invites you to discover the country’s electricity production.



A European cycle path which partially runs through Luxembourg is also the Via Romea Francigena aka EuroVelo5. Originally a pilgrimage trail from England to Rome, the trail passes through seven countries, including 107 kilometres through the Grand Duchy. The route follows national bike paths from the Belgian border to the capital and then on to the German-French border in Schengen, the symbolic heart of Europe and home of the European Museum.


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MTB Trails
Destination(s): Minett

There are various trails for mountain bikers, such as the RedRock MTB Trails. These six trails, covering 167 kilometres, take mountain bikers through the Red Rocks to discover the former open-cast mines that are now nature reserves.


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Special services

Help with your bike

  • Cyclists appreciate the bed+bike-label, which highlights particularly bike-friendly accommodation. Bike room, repair services and more make your stay pleasant and useful.

  • No bike of your own? Luxembourg offers many bike rental possibilities. The capital has vel'OH! stations with robust bicycles for city use. In the countryside and in the other cities of the Grand Duchy, Rent A Bike and Bikestation offer various types of bikes.

  • Want to cycle without carrying your belongings? You can do that with the MoveWeCarry luggage transport service. Backpacks and the like are transported from accommodation to accommodation, and arrive before you do.

  • Tired of pedalling? Board the next bus or train with your bike No need to buy a ticket, as public transport in Luxembourg is free. All timetables and updates are available via the Mobilitéit application.

  • The large community of the ProVëlo.lu initiative provides cycling information and assistance.