Cycling the Danube - Self Guided Overview

Ride along a section of the fascinating Danube River on this cycling adventure through three intriguing Central European countries.

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Cycle the ever-changing Danube through Austria, Slovakia and Hungary

Shift gears and cycle along the picturesque Danube River through Austria, Slovakia and Hungary. Cycle through storied cities, enchanting rural villages, provincial landscapes and wooded forests, stopping for hearty meals and restoring ales along the way. Go with the ebb and flow of this mighty European river on a cycling adventure through Central Europe.

  • Follow the famed Danube River for breathtaking views

What's included in this trip

  • Start:

    Vienna, Austria
  • Finish:

    Budapest, Hungary
  • Group size:

    Min 2
  • Ages:

    Min 14
  • Meals:

    7 breakfasts, 0 dinners
  • Accommodation:

    Hotel (7 nts)
  • Transport:

    Bicycle
  • Notes:

    1. Please note that a variance in our standard booking conditions applies to this trip. Departures may only be confirmed 4 weeks before the scheduled start date of your trip, rather than the standard 60 days. We recommend that you make no non-refundable travel arrangements until your trip has been confirmed. 2. This trip is self-guided and there is no group leader. Luggage is transferred, and route notes and maps are provided. 3. You may bring your own bike, or hire one at additional cost. Your sales consultant will be able to advise the cost for bike hire. Please see Trip Notes (Important Notes) for details.

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Cycling the Danube - Self Guided Summary

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Day 1 Vienna

With an array of architectural marvels, a cuisine to relish and a refined arts scene celebrating both the classic and modern, Vienna is a joy to discover.

Day 2 Petronell-Carnuntum

With fascinating Roman ruins to explore and a peaceful atmosphere to relax in, Austria's Petronell-Carnuntum is a lovely town to visit.

Day 3 Halaszi

Lying quietly on the banks of the Danube River, the small Hungarian village of Halaszi features a beautiful Baroque church and is a good spot for fishing.

Day 4 Gyor

Located on the junction of three rivers, the beguiling town of Gyor is famed for its impressive Old Town which is full of Renaissance and Baroque buildings.

Day 5 Tata

Framed by the verdant Gerecse hills and reflected by blue lakes, Tata is a charismatic town with a lovely old centre and an impressive open-air geological museum.

Day 6 Esztergom

As the seat of the Hungarian kingdom for hundreds of years, Esztergom is known as the 'town of the Bishops and Kings' or the 'Rome of Hungary'. The city has a beautiful old centre and its domed Basilica is the largest Catholic cathedral in Hungary.

Days 7-8 Budapest

Budapest's grand architecture and boulevards evoke a time gone by, while glamorous stores and glitzy restaurants make this one of Europe's truly great cities.
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