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  1. Walking route
    IT | Walking route
    | 2.74 km | EN
    This routes incorporates the nicest roads to reach Taufers Railway. Nice meeting you: Campo Tures. Some bumpy roads along this cycling route. A part of the route is unpaved. Enjoy the experience!
  2. Race cycle route
    IT | Race cycle route
    | 51.2 km | EN
    Monchiero - Roddino - Pedaggera - Montelupo - Diano d'Alba - Grinzone Cavour - Uccelaccio - Barolo - Novello - Monchiero
  3. Race cycle route
    IT | Race cycle route
    | 82.8 km | EN
    This area was once a mini state: the Republic of Cospaia. Cycle along this interesting area. You will also pass the village where the famous mathematician and friend of Leonardo Da Vinci, Luca Pacioli,...
  4. Walking route
    IT | Walking route
    | 22.6 km | EN
    This route is certainly not flat. This route takes you along some unpaved roads. There is little (no) chance you will be seeing cars along this route. You will certainly be charmed by this route. When...
  5. Walking route
    IT | Walking route
    | 9.49 km | EN
    This routes incorporates the nicest roads to reach San Giovanni in Monte. A beautiful tour through Bologna. Want to lower your impact on the environment? Use the public transport (Bologna railway station)....

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Koen uploaded his track on RouteYou and asked to add POIs (Places of Interest) to the route. Check out the result.

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Although his route is indicated as "Dutch", we add just pictures of POIs if they have text in another language. This way, you already get a grasp of what you will see along the route. We avoid adding the texts in other languages, because that would be confusing. If you click on the "More information" you get to the POI-page and you can read the descriptions in the available languages.

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