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Cycling holidays Dreiland cycle path

Touring bike & e-bike
6 Days / 5 Nights
Self-guided tour
939.- CHF
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Stroll through three worlds

The Dreiland cycle route between France, Germany and Switzerland unites different worlds. In Basel, modern culture meets the lively banks of the Rhine. Hilly expanses await the bike traveler in the Tafeljura and Markgräflerland. The small towns of Liestal, Rheinfelden and Lörrach are united by the German language, after which you cross the Rhine again and visit Mulhouse: formerly the center of textile printing, today a lively city and the cultural heart of the region. The journey then becomes quieter as you ride through the "Sundgau" - small villages await you on the return journey to Switzerland and in the pilgrimage site of Mariastein you can look forward to a contemplative last night. Afterwards, the Dreiland cycle path will take you back to Basel. Welcome back!

Cycling holidays Dreiland cycle path

Touring bike & e-bike
6 Days / 5 Nights
Self-guided tour
939.- CHF
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Arrival in Basel

To kick off the trip, explore the three-country corner between Germany, France and Switzerland. Industry in the port of Basel contrasts sharply with nature reserves and narrow bike paths along small canals. At the end of the tour, you will return to Basel. From here you continue to Basel-Land and spend the night in Liestal.

Past Sissach and through the densely populated Ergolztal. This is followed by a steep climb into the Jura chain south of the Rhine. Countless cherry trees accompany you on the ride down to Rheinfelden. You cross the border and continue in a steady up and down to Lörrach.

Up to the small town of Kandern, today's stage is somewhat hilly again. After that, it's a brisk descent to the banks of the Rhine to Bad Bellingen. There follows a short stretch along the Rhine; then you cross over to the other side of the river into France. Visit the abbey church in the small town of Ottmarsheim, which is well worth seeing, before you reach the city of Mulhouse.

The long history of the industrial city of Mulhouse is evident in its many museums and proud buildings. Take some time to stroll through the city - there is much to see. Afterwards, the Dreiland cycle path takes you south. It's worth taking a break in the pretty little town of Altkirch. A few kilometers further on, you cross the Swiss border again. At Leymen, the route climbs steeply through the fir forest to the monastery in Mariastein, where you will spend the night.

A short stage concludes your journey. Therefore you have time to visit the magnificently renovated Mariastein Monastery. You will then follow the Dreiland cycle path through the Schwarzbubenland region and visit the small towns of Aesch and Dornach before ending the trip with a ride to the center of Basel. After arrival in Basel individual departure.

Tour character

With the exception of the first and last stages, there are some hills to overcome on each day. The routes are well signposted and easy to find. In Germany and around urban centers, there are short sections with a bit more traffic. In sum, a decidedly diverse cycling trip for experienced cyclists.




Category: Middle class hotels

Prices per person in CHF

Services & Information


  • Accommodation in your selected category incl. Breakfast  
  • Daily luggage transfer
  • Costs for luggage pick-up at the station (for direct departure)
  • Subsidy for arrival by train 
  • Carefully elaborated route description
  • Travel documents (1 x per room)
  • Navigation app and GPS data available
  • SwitzerlandMobility-Plus subscription for one year
  • Service hotline


  • Tourist tax, if due, is not included in the price
  • Reservation fee of CHF 20.- per adult (incl. legally required customer money protection)


  • Arrival by public transport to Basel. 
  • Departure by public transport from Basel. In case of direct departure: Return of luggage at the luggage counter by 5:00 p.m. at the latest.

Arrival by train

Leave the car at home! For every bike, biking or hiking tour in Switzerland, you will receive an SBB coupon per participant, which you can use to deduct CHF 10.- from the ticket price for traveling by train. The reduction can be obtained in the SBB online store or in the SBB app.

On many trips, we use the luggage counters at the stations at the beginning and at the end to hand over the suitcases. You can conveniently combine this right away when you arrive by train. If you are a GA owner, you can provide this information when booking. We will credit you the amount on the invoice. If you don't need the coupon for the trip itself, you can use it during the year. Unfortunately, a retroactive refund is not possible for administrative reasons.

Travel documents "digital"

We reduce the amount of printed documents. You will receive instructions to help you find your way around using the Eurotrek Travel Guide App. We provide you with further information online.

In advance you will receive a small package of documents with the following contents:

  • Your travel program
  • Luggage tags
  • Description of how to use the app
  • Any vouchers

The Eurotrek Travel Guide App will help you find your way around. In addition to your digital map, you will find further information about your booked trip. The app is also available offline, simply download the trip in advance.

Our rental bikes

27-speed Country Bike

Our "Tour de Suisse" country bike is a robust and comfortable touring bike with 27 gears. 

S = 44 cm (150 - 172 cm)
M = 50 cm (172 - 186 cm)
L = 56 cm (186 - 196 cm)
Electric bike 25 km/h

Our Flyer C8.1 impresses with its high level of comfort and state-of-the-art technology.

Attention: Minimum age 16 years (or 14 years with moped licence)

XS = 41cm (bis 160cm)
S = 45cm (160-170cm)
M = 50cm (170-180cm)
L = 55cm (ab 180cm)
939.- CHF
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