rather flat, at Pannonhalma and Tata slightly hilly. Austria: Danube-Cycle-Path. Hungary: cycle paths, field paths and country roads. In and out of the cities: some traffic!
The paradise starts behind Vienna: enjoy the untouched meadows of the danube nationalpark. You can visit the baroque hunting castle of Eckartsau or the romain world in the archeological park of Carnuntum. The old city of Hainburg with it's small center represents different styles of architecture from several areas.
The capital of Slovakia with its impressive old center is the first highlight. Leaving Bratislava the landscape is changing and you will be immersed into the idyllic landscape of "Little Alföld". You bike through small typical villages using the dam cycle path and country roads.
You bike again through the former marsh region of the "Little Alföld". Taking side roads you pass through delightful villages and arrive at the provincial capital of Györ. From St. Martins hill the fascinating abbey of Pannonhalma is watching over the wide plains with its small villages. Here you will meet 1000 years of Hungarian history.
The National Stud of Babolna is world famous for its Arabian horse breeding and is defiantly worth a stroll through. While you are visiting the Studs and the Stud Museum you can catch a glimpse of some secrets Hungarian horse breeding techniques and methods. After cycling through the lush rolling hills into the village of Komarom, you will find your accommodations in the favorite village of renowned King Matthias.
Today you cycle along the banks of the Slovakian Danube down small low-traffic roads through quaint and quintessential villages. On your way to the “Town of Bishops and Kings”, Esztergom, also known as the „Hungarian Rome“ or “Royal City”, you pass the Roman fort of Kelemantia. The Basilica of Esztergom, the largest Catholic Church in Hungary and the rest of the town prove again and again to be a highlight and glamorous part of the overall tour.
Steep mountain-slopes frame the picturesque landscape of the Danube Bend up to Szentendre island. During a boat ride on the Danube in the afternoon you will have a fantastic view to all the famous sights of the Hungarian capital Budapest.
Individual departure by public bus or extension.
In Vienna we highly recommend to visit an unforgettable Waltz- and Operetta-Concert
Arrival days: every Friday and Saturday
Dates: From April 20 until October 05, 2013
Arrivals not possible: April 26, Sept. 27 + Oct. 04, 2013
July 19- 20, Formula 1 Grand Prix in Budapest - prices and availability on request
Train station: Vienna
+ Hotelgarage approx. € 18,-/day - no reservation possible
+ Park & Ride € 3,-/day
+ unguarded, free of costs parking place near by the hotel
Return back to Vienna (must be announced by booking):
+ Public bus: departure at 3.30 p.m. or at 11.30 a.m., approx. 3 h
change of time table possible
+ Reduction for not using the bus: € 10,-/person
April 30 - Sept. 27 every Monday + Wednesday
departure at 9 a.m. € 105,-/person
bike transfer: € 25,-/bike (payable locally)
+ RAD&REISEN-Transfer back of own bikes every Saturday: € 25,-/bike
typical hotels and inns, pensions, Vienna + Budapest 4*
+ 7 nights in rooms with private facilities, breakfast
+ 1 x ship or train Szentendre - Budapest
+ Luggage transport
+ Public bus Budapest - Vienna
+ Handlebar bag with travel book, maps and informational material per/room
Bikes incl. panniers:
7-gear-unisex with back pedal or 21-gear, electric bike
Additional/extra bed in double with 2 full paying adults:
0-6,99 years: 100%, 7-11,99 years: -50%, 12-14,99 years: -25%, 15-99 years: -10%
Prices per person in €
single room supplement
(6x dinner, Vienna only breakfast)
bicycle incl. panniers
7-gear (back pedal) /21-gear
children bike, child trailer, trailer bike
free of costs
rental helmet (payable locally)
single room supplement