Aussie outfitter AllTrails nails the holy trinity of European bike touring: food, wine, and empty roads. From Rome, average 60 miles a day on provided bikes through the Tuscan wine region and then climb the Alpe d'Huez, crossing over into Burgundy. The route then enters Paris along the Seine River, passing the Notre Dame Cathedral and ending beneath the Eiffel Tower – just in time for the Tour de France finish the next day. [26 days (departure July 3), about $11,000; alltrails.com.au]
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