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Vienna Via Bratislava To Budapest
Tour Location
Country:
Austria, Hungary, Slovakia
From:
Vienna
To:
Vienna
Tour Information
Guiding:
Self Guided
Duration:
8 days
Level:
Easy-Moderate
Terrain:
Hills (rolling/undulating)
Tour Language:
English
Cost From:
€655
Tour Distance & Dates
Distance:
260 Km
Month(s):
Apr, May, Jun, Aug
Tour Operator:
Cycling Safaris

Vienna Via Bratislava To Budapest

8 Days Easy-Moderate 260 Km

On this classic cycling tour you will experience the combination of nature along the scenic riverbanks of the Danube as well as the unique opportunity to visit the most important metropolis cities that lay alongside the Danube. Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest have an overwhelming history with genuine notions of the yesteryear. Nostalgia is combined with a deeply intriguing history along the everchanging riverbanks of the Danube and all are included in the places that you will come across. Just to scratch the surface of this in-depth tour; it takes you to the Castle of Eckartsau, which happens to be the place where Austrian Emperor Karl I and his wife Zite met their fate. And in Bratislava, where the coronation of Hungarian Kings took place and the famous empress Maria Theresia acquired much of her fame, prestice and honour. In Esztergom, the first Hungarian king, King Stephan, was born and accepted his coronation. Empress Sissi of Austria was crowned Queen of Hungary in Budapest. All of this plus much more will certainly make for a trip of a lifetime.
Inclusions
- All breakfasts
- 7 gear unisex or 21 speed women/gents touring bike with pannier bag
- Daily Luggage transfer up to hotel in Budapest (1 suitcase/max. 20 kg pps)
- Return transfer by public bus from Budapest to Vienna, Departure at 15:30 (excluding bike)
- 1x train transfer Mosonmagyarovar – Györ (incl. bike)
- 1 x ship or train transfer (before/after seasonal shipping schedule
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