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Best of Eurovelo 6

We have 15 days for cycling eurovelo 6 from Viena to France, we do expect to made some kms by train, but I would like to have some ideas of the most interesting stages to cycle. Thanks :-)

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Luisa. I would définitely say Viena Passau and Orléans to the ocean... 

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If starting in Vienna, I would actually include a  little backtracking to also go to see the Old part of Bratislava and its castle overlooking the river. It`s an easy flat ride from Vienna, or an hour on the train.  I agree about the Wachau area of AUstria.  Also the Liore valley (Orleans down) in France. Oh, and Basel on the Fr/Swiss/German border. Alo, Stein en Rhine and Shaffhaussen ( and the biggest volume waterfall in Europe. ..... etc etc  :-)

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I rode from Bodensee to Basel

I rode from Bodensee to Basel some years ago and I loved that route along the Rhein

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Along the Doubs! Sooo pretty.

We did that stretch (up to Orleans) two years ago and loved the Doubs. Besancon fortress.

Also, when following the Danube in Germany, Weltenburg ist great, esp. when reached via ferry. Blaubeuren also.