Danube Cycle Path Hungary Rhapsody
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The cycle tour from Vienna to Budapest is a very diverse adventure with majestical highlights. Your tour starts in Vienna, the “City of Music and Charm”. The Slovakian capital Bratislava invites you for shopping and sightseeing tours in the picturesque old-town. Hungary’s metropolis and capital Budapest is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and it is the crowning highlight to your extraordinary journey. This tour is a natural and cultural expedition that is mostly set away from touristic centres and is “off the beaten track”. Untouched nature, unknown artistic treasures and cultural monuments can be found along the route between Vienna and Budapest.
Cycle along the seemingly infinite and vast widths of the Hungarian lowlands and you can also visit the famous Arabian National Stud in Babolna where you explore the secrets and techniques of traditional horse breeding. The basilica in Esztergom is the largest Catholic cathedral in Hungary and it is home to many artistic treasures and historical jewels. Enjoy the friendly people and the welcoming Hungarian hospitality.
- 8 Days
- More Options:
- Electric Bike
- Tour Language:
- Cost From:
- EUR 499
Tour Distance & Dates
- 337 Km
- Riding Days:
- Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Double Occupancy / Twin Share
Single Supplement: Available
7/8 nights in rooms of the chosen category with private facilities
Breakfast or 6/7 x dinner (surcharge, in Vienna breakfast only)
Daily luggage transport up to hotel in Budapest (max. 2 pieces of luggage (max.
20kg/piece) with max. 30 kg/Person)
1x ship or train transfer (before/after seasonal shipping schedule) Szentendre –
Return transfer by public bus from Budapest to Vienna
Service-Hotline (also accessible on weekends)
Handlebar bag with tour book, maps and information material per room
9 day tour also available
7-speed bike with coaster brake (back pedal) or 21-speed bikes (unisex)
Electric bikes, childrens bikes, specialized equipment for children upon request.
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