Cycling from Milano to Hamburg



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Shige

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Hello, I'm thinking of a bicycle tour from Italy to Hamburg this July. Can anyone direct me to some
websites with information on planning such a trip?

I will begin the ride from Milano. But I have no information about the budget accomodation there. I
also would like you to let me know some about the accomodation there. Thank you.
 
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Thomas Schleich

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"Shige" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Hello, I'm thinking of a bicycle tour from Italy to Hamburg this July. Can anyone direct me to
> some websites with information on planning such a trip?
>
> I will begin the ride from Milano. But I have no information about the budget accomodation there.
> I also would like you to let me know some about the accomodation there. Thank you.

You intend to do camping/hostels/backpacker/B&B/Hotels while travelling? You tend to eat out or do
your own cooking? Travelling with trailer/panniers on the mountain/touring bike or "light"
(no/hardly any luggage) with a race bike? It makes it a bit easier to help you planning if you could
tell us a bit more about your trip.
 
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Shige

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"Thomas Schleicher" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> You intend to do camping/hostels/backpacker/B&B/Hotels while travelling? You tend to eat out or do
> your own cooking? Travelling with trailer/panniers on the mountain/touring bike or "light"
> (no/hardly any luggage) with a race bike? It makes it a bit easier to help you planning if you
> could tell us a bit more about your trip.

Sorry, I intend to do camping, also sometimes would like to stay in backpackers. So, I will bring
almost all the camping stuff with both front and rear panniers on mountain bike. So the bike will
be so heavy...

I will spend about One and half a month on this journey, from Milano to Hamburg. Maybe one and half
a month is not enough long ,so I have to take the train in some part.
 
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Ken Brown

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My favourite site for European touring is Trento Bike Pages at
http://www-math.science.unitn.it/Bike/

Ken

[email protected] (Shige) wrote:

>Hello, I'm thinking of a bicycle tour from Italy to Hamburg this July. Can anyone direct me to some
>websites with information on planning such a trip?
>
> I will begin the ride from Milano. But I have no information about the budget accomodation there.
> I also would like you to let me know some about the accomodation there. Thank you.

Ken Brown, Toronto Canada Ontario Rail Trails: http://webhome.idirect.com/~brown delete "nospam" if
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Sergio Servadio

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On 7 Jun 2003, Shige wrote:
> I will begin the ride from Milano.

First, and foremost. Get a train to get out of Milano, as far as Chiasso, if you go that route.

Sergio Pisa
 
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Shige

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Thank you for your good information! I will check it. Ken Brown <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> My favourite site for European touring is Trento Bike Pages at
> http://www-math.science.unitn.it/Bike/
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> Ken
>
> [email protected] (Shige) wrote:
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> >Hello, I'm thinking of a bicycle tour from Italy to Hamburg this July. Can anyone direct me to
> >some websites with information on planning such a trip?
> >
> > I will begin the ride from Milano. But I have no information about the budget accomodation
> > there. I also would like you to let me know some about the accomodation there. Thank you.
>
> Ken Brown, Toronto Canada Ontario Rail Trails: http://webhome.idirect.com/~brown delete "nospam"
> if replying via e-mail
 
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Shige

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> First, and foremost. Get a train to get out of Milano, as far as Chiasso, if you go

You mean the traffic of that route is so busy?
 
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Roberto Divia

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Shige wrote:
> > First, and foremost. Get a train to get out of Milano, as far as Chiasso, if you go
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> You mean the traffic of that route is so busy?

Busy, complicated, not nice, smogged, dangerous... Want more? Avoid.

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