5 Cycling Trips Destined to Be Classics
Published by Wells Fargo Conversations | By Larry Olmsted
The largely flat country won’t challenge cyclists with long climbs, but it has what many consider the best riding roads in the world. Its unrivaled system of car-free bike paths have been dubbed “biking superhighways” by luxury tour outfitter Butterfield & Robinson. With a huge percentage of the country’s population commuting by bike, drivers are respectful and roads are impeccably maintained. Along with quality riding, the country boasts many charms, from cutting-edge architecture and design to ancient pastel houses and waterfront fishing villages. But it’s the dramatic rise of “New Nordic cuisine” and some of the world’s best dining that caused B&R to recently add Denmark to its global list of white-glove escorted trips.
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