EuroVelo 19 - Meuse Cycle Route flyer
Flyer with route description and large map in multiple languages (English, French, Dutch and German)
Flyer with route description and large map in multiple languages (English, French, Dutch and German)
This report shows the yearly web statistics for EuroVelo websites. This includes total sessions and visitors, route and country rankings as well as other metrics.
Get a glance at the latest EuroVelo facts and figures with an overview of the network: how it is operated, coordinated, promotion, and communication.
This document sets out the vision, mission and overall strategy of EuroVelo for the decade up to 2030. The EuroVelo Strategy is one of the core sub-strategies of the ECF Strategy 2030.
ECO-CICLE Good Practice – Establishing multimodal connections along the Adriabike cycle route – BikeBus and BikeBoat
This document explains the reasoning behind the ECF's two proposals with regard to the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T), the EU’s flagship transport policy. The ECF proposes to integrate EuroVelo into the TEN-T and to integrate cycling infrastructure into all TEN-T infrastructure projects.
Background document of the Charter for Sustainable and Responsible Tourism in the MED Area. The background document explains in more details each point of the Charter.
This Charter will serve as a tool to transfer the knowledge accumulated during the project. The Charter is a perfect tool to involve stakeholders across the Mediterranean region in the development of cycling tourism and EuroVelo 8 – Mediterranean Route.
The cross-border public-transport train service connects Udine/Trieste in Italy and Villach in Austria with special coaches to carry bicycles. This Good Practice was prepared by the FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA region in the context of the MEDCYCLETOUR project.
A permanent public transport ferryboat service between Trieste and Muggia offers bike&boat intermodality with the carriage of 15 bicycles on the boat. This Good Practice was prepared by the FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA region in the context of the MEDCYCLETOUR project.
This Good Practice was developed by Basilicata university UNIBAS in the frame of the Eco-Cicle project. The Ruhr Valley Cycle Path (RVCP) follows the Ruhr River and combines industrial, natural, cultural heritage along it.
By drafting Operational Plans for the development of cycling tourism, 20 Croatian counties have made a big step forward in terms of developing cycling tourism in the continental and coastal Croatia. This good practice, prepared by the Croatian National Tourist Board as part of the MEDCYCLETOUR project, describes how this milestone was achieved.
This good practice describes the establishment of a cycling tourism development coordination body in Croatia. This was very important for the coordination of all cycling and cycling tourism development activities at the state and regional level, as well as for cooperation with other countries in the European Union. This good practice was prepared by the Croatian National Tourist Board as part of the MEDCYCLETOUR project.
A former railroad track in Slovenia and Croatia was turned into a beautiful cycle route. This is a good practice of cross-border cooperation to improve the tourist offer (in Istria), prepared by the Regional Development Centre Koper as part of the MEDCYCLETOUR project.
This 2018 ECF paper by Holger Haubold, ECF Intellectual Property & Data Collection Director, takes a look at some major cost-benefit analyses for cycling in general as well as for specific cycling infrastructure projects. It concludes that "that in most circumstances, cycling is very cost-effective compared to other modes of transport."
The EuroVelo.com website only contains transnationally relevant content. This document defines what is "transnationally relevant", gives examples and explains why this is important.
This document explains the directness principle of EuroVelo routes, which is mentioned in the EuroVelo Guidance on the Route Development Process.
The Gift 2.0 project aims to improve mobility between Italy and Greece both for goods and passengers. As part of the project, several bikes will be installed in many bicycle stations in the city of Patras, Greece. Potential users will be locals and tourists. End users and stakeholders will have the opportunity to plan their trip through the platform. This Good Practice was developed by the Region of Western Greece as part of the MEDCYCLETOUR project.
The aim of the Wander By Bicycle Project is to attract cyclists and increase the cycling activity in the Municipality of Patras, Greece. It entailes the construction of five bicycle routes on the suburbs of Patras. This Good Practice was developed by the Region of Western Greece as part of the MEDCYCLETOUR project.
This Good Practice was developed by the Government of Catalonia in the frame of the MEDCYCLETOUR project. It explains how the region developed and promotes cycle tourism at the supra-regional level involving different public bodies.
This Good Practice was developed by the Government of Catalonia in the frame of the MEDCYCLETOUR project. It covers the installation of two counters as well as the development of a user profile and economic impact study for EuroVelo 8 in Catalonia.
This Good Practice was developed by the Government of Catalonia in the frame of the MEDCYCLETOUR project. BiciBus is a project oriented to enhance intermodality between bus and bikes along cycle tourism routes in order to promote the use of public transport adapted to carry bikes to do part of a trip.
Declaration signed by the main cycling friendly schemes in Europe during a workshop in Budapest in 2020
An economic impact assessment of the Great Western Greenway in Ireland from 2011.
This study compares cycling-friendly services schemes across Europe.
This is a French-language study of the Belgian cycling-tourism market published by Pro Velo in June 2017.
This is the 2017 edition of the Cycle Tourism Barometer for France published by the French "Direction Générale des Entreprises". It contains various numbers on the sector and an economic impact assessment.
This Good Practice was developed by the Public Works Agency of the Andalusian Government in the frame of the MEDCYCLETOUR project. The Natural Trails Programme contributes to the conservation of our natural spaces, through the restoration of infrastructure and old disused tracks and trails currently in disuse that allow to enjoy the natural environment.
This Good Practice was developed by the Public Works Agency of the Andalusian Government in the frame of the MEDCYCLETOUR project. The Andalusian Cycling Plan seeks to promote greater use of the bicycle in urban, metropolitan and regional areas, and to provide the strategic framework that contributes to the achievement of territorial and environmental government objectives in terms of sustainable mobility.
Over 86,000 km or 53,000 miles of cycle routes across Europe are now summarised in one map. On a scale of 1:5,000,000, the map now includes the recently-added EuroVelo 19 – Meuse Cycle Route and the extension of EuroVelo 8 – Mediterranean Route in Turkey.
This Good Practice was developed by Italy's Mantovano region in the frame of the MEDCYCLETOUR project. It involves the creation of a permanent bike-friendly service network in an area with a lack of tourist accommodations, encouraging local operators to autonomously create and manage cycling-friendly services.
This Good Practice was developed by Italy's Mantovano region in the frame of the MEDCYCLETOUR project. The document explains the EuroVelo 8 Bike Shuttle: a service for the transportation of cycling tourists from and to the Mantuan municipalities near the river Po stretch of EuroVelo 8 - Mediterranean Route.
This Good Practice was developed by Italy's Mantovano region in the frame of the MEDCYCLETOUR project. Families and sports cyclists can discover the Oltrepò Mantovano territory by bike with an all-inclusive service: Consorzio Oltrepò Mantovano provides local farmhouses (and also other tourist facilities) with bikes free of charge. Any tourist can rent the bikes for free during their stay in these selected tourist facilities.
This promotional map was developed in the frame of the Interreg Atlantic Area AtlanticOnBike project. It shows the itinerary of EuroVelo 1 - Atlantic Coast Route in a schematic way, including a selection of points of interest per country.
This press kit provides information on EuroVelo 1 - Atlantic Coast Route, that is being developed in the frame of the Interreg Atlantic Area AtlanticOnBike project. General information on the route and the EuroVelo network is followed by one page per country along the route, information on the signing process and a FAQ.
This report shows the yearly web statistics for EuroVelo websites. This includes overall visitor and sessions as well as route and country rankings.
This update of the 2009 report evaluates the challenges and opportunities of developing a cycle tourism network across Europe. The study reviews the market for cycle tourism and presents a model of demand for EuroVelo. This document was requested by the European Parliament's Committee on Transport and Tourism.
This is the English version of the Mediterranean Route Promotional Brochure, which contains plenty of information on the route's stages, accommodation, food, attractions etc. It was developed as part of the MEDCYCLETOUR project and is key promotional material.
This brochure is ideal for a better understanding of the history of the countries which were seperated by the Iron Curtain. The brochure provides overview maps and descriptions of the stages, as well as the history of the countries and a presentation of the major points of interest.
This document offers a summary of the actions planned by the partners of the MEDCYCLETOUR project to improve EuroVelo 8 - Mediterranean Route.
This is the English version of the Rhine Cycle Route handbook, which contains plenty of information on the route's stages, accommodation, food, attractions etc. It was developed as part of the DEMARRAGE project and is key promotional material.
This guide explains how to encourage cycling to UNESCO cultural and heritage sites. It was developed within the EuroVelo 3 - Pilgrims Route project. The guide is designed to help cultural and heritage sites start the process of encouraging visitors to think about some of the alternatives to the car.
This guidance for partners details the recommended use of the main EuroVelo graphic features. It has been designed so that these elements can be used in the frame of your own corporate design requirements. This manual covers printed and web material only.
The purpose of this manual is to ensure that EuroVelo 5 – Via Romea (Francigena) is communicated in a uniform and coordinated manner as widely as possible. To achieve this goal, ECF has defined the different graphic features which can be used by partners to communicate the route.
This Transnational Action Plan was developed in the frame of the EuroVelo 3 - Pilgrims Route project "An innovative transnational combined cultural and cycling tourism product" (EV3-CCP). The project was co-funded by the COSME Programme of the EU.
This is the Corporate Design Manual for the partners along EuroVelo 8, describing design elements for the common promotion and communication of the route.
The purpose of this guidance is to identify the main measures that should be implemented by public transport operators, public authorities and other relevant stakeholders to encourage combined bike and public transport journeys.
Usage monitoring refers to the collection and processing of data relating to cyclists using the EuroVelo routes.
This document aims to define the elements and the minimum requirements of EuroVelo routes as well as to explain the mandatory and optional actions for EuroVelo route development projects.
The effective promotion of cycling tourism in Europe requires routes to be signed in a manner that can be understood by international and national users, in order to ensure the safe conduct of cyclists in traffic. It is thus essential that the signing of cycle routes is consistent and clearly recognizable.
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