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The best places in the world to travel by bicycle!

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A fun and healthy way to get to know a city is to rent a bicycle and get rolling.

Sightseeing by bicycle allows you to be in touch with nature, stop for a moment, take pictures, eat something and continue your journey. It also invites you to connect more closely with the roads without losing detail of the route, while offering a feeling of full freedom, excitement and adrenaline. It can be a great adventure and is considered one of the healthiest exercises that exist.

In this article you will find some places that you never imagined you could travel by bike!

Rolling through Cancun!

Not everything in Cancun is sea, sand and beach. If you are one of those who like to rent a bicycle when you go on vacation, you can not miss the experience of doing it when you visit Cancun.

You will enjoy a walk with your family or friends along the incredible and tree-lined bike that is in the hotel zone, where you can make stops to swim, eat, take an ice cream, to make a purchase or to visit any of the attractions that it is found in: The big wheel, The active aquarium, The wax museum or The Mayan park, all located within the hotel zone.

You will definitely have a different and very fun day!

The Palace of Versailles by bike!

Within the Palace of Versailles do not let rent a bicycle and explore its extensive gardens pedaling. The landscape is beautiful, with spectacular views, perfect for photographs. You will discover the hidden wonders in the 800 hectares of the Palace Park. You can also see the most prominent places in Versailles that most visitors have no opportunity to see, such as the Hameau (village) of Marie Antoinette, the Petit Trianon and the Grand Trianon. Do not forget to enjoy a lunch next to the Grand Canal. You will have views of the Palace of Versailles that you will not forget!

Cross the Golden Gate Bridge on two wheels!

If you go on vacation to San Francisco and you have a sunny day, we recommend you to rent a bicycle and visit the Golden Gate.

You can start the tour at Fisherman's Wharf, where we recommend you to enjoy the most typical dish of San Francisco, the clam chowder. In addition to that it has a great atmosphere.

Then you can go into Marina, it's a kind of small town with houses, full of shops and restaurants. The area is perfect for walking and playing sports. The next point of the tour is the famous viewpoint of Fort Point from there you have spectacular views of the bridge and where you can surely take a few pictures. It was time to cross the famous Golden Gate by bike. Without a doubt a great experience!

Finally you will arrive to the charming town of Sausalito to explore its streets, its art galleries, its cabins on the cliffs and its houseboats on the shore of the bay. To return to San Francisco you can do it on one of the ferries that cross the Bay to Pier 41.

Pedaling in Vail

Surely when you think of Vail you think of snow and skiing. But during the summer the winter landscapes are dressed in an intense green, so you can enjoy the tracks without snow. Vail is a paradise for mountain biking, offers adventure, challenges and fun for families, beginners and experts.

You will be in contact with nature and you will have spectacular views.

If you are one of those who think that the holidays were not only made to rest, but also to discover new places full of adrenaline, this place is for you!

Explore the Stanley Park by bicycle

With giant pines, trails, kiosks, swimming pools, sculptures, wildlife and a panoramic view Vancouver, Stanley Park becomes an incredible option to travel by bicycle!

At the entrance of the park you can admire the famous colorful totems of the First Nations villages, then you can stop at the aquarium to see the orcas, take a break in Third Beach to swim in the ocean and watch the sunset from one of the cafes that overlook the most beautiful beaches of the West End of Vancouver.

The tour will take approximately 4 to 5 hours, but at the end it will be worth it.