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The Best Selection of the Danube

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Key Information:
Tour Duration: 9 day(s)
Group Size: 2 - 15 people
Destination(s): Hungary  
Specialty Categories: Bicycle Touring   Cultural Journey  
Season: April - October
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: Yes
Minimum Per Person Price: 1799 Euro (EUR)
Maximum Per Person Price: 1799 Euro (EUR)

-09 - 17. May
-Length: 9 days / 8 nights
-Start and Finish: in Budapest
-Level of support: fully guided and supported
-Level of difficulty: rather easy, mainly flat, with some inclines
-Cycling distance: total 205 km/127 miles, daily 18-37 km/11-23 miles

We have selected the nicest landscapes, sights, and some of the best hotels at the River Danube. You will cycle along breathtaking panoramas of the Danube Bend, enchanting lakes of Tata, take a canoe tour in Szigetköz, visit the picturesque town Szentendre, medieval castles at Visegrád and Tata, Hungary's biggest cathedral in Esztergom, and Benedictine monastery at Pannonhalma, and you will enjoy superb hotels with unique atmosphere and surroundings, lovely swimming pools, saunas, and masterpieces of the Hungarian cuisine.


Day 1: Arrival in Budapest Your hotel is near the centre right at the Danube, on Buda side, with lovely views. You will meet your guide, have information about the tour, and dinner in the hotel.

Day 2: We ride along the Danube, cycle through the Margaret Island, a wonderful park. Getting through Old-Buda, we stop at the ruins of a 3rd century Roman town, and take a walk among the charming Baroque houses Orthodox churches, lovely restaurants, cafés, and souvenir shops of Szentendre, the town of artists. We can visit a special exibition of a famous ceramist, or a Marzipan Museum. We stay in a nice and peaceful family hotel with a small swimming pool, and gourmet food. (cycling 25 km/16 m appr)

Day 3: We ride through tiny little villages on the island of Szentendre along the Danube, and we take an old narrow-gauge railway in the Börzsöny Hills. After cycling in very beautiful woods among the hills, we end up at a nice glade to stay at a lovely hotel there with an individual character, a gorgeous outdoor swimming pool, saunas and other small pools. (cycling 36 km/22 m appr)

Day 4: Cycling among the hills, we arrive at a monastery, which belongs to the only original Hungarian monastic order, the Paulaner. We ride along the Danube, among fascinating sceneries of the hills and a view of the fortification at Visegrád, where we walk around the ruins of the 13th century Citadel. The panorama of the Danube Bend is really breathtaking from here, and from our hotel, which has an exceptional location. (cycling 37 km/23 m appr)

Day 5: We go to Esztergom, which is the center of the Catholic Church of Hungary. We visit here the biggest cathedral of the country, and getting across some hills in the untouched woods, we ride to Tata. The hotel where we stay is surrounded by a nice wood. Number of recreational possibilities such as beautiful swimming pools, a sauna, and a fitness room make your stay here pleasant. (cycling 34 km/21 m appr)

Day 6: We cycle through beautiful parks around the lakes of Tata, visit the medieval Castle, pass by an English Park, old watermills, nice Baroque houses and many little interesting sights. After we move to another enchanting area, the Szigetköz, we can swim in a lovely thermal bath, and get to a 400 year old Renaissance castle. It is one of Hungary’s most beautiful castle hotels. Antique furniture, chandeliers, stoves, a chapel, and the English garden with ancient trees make the atmosphere here quite unique. (cycling 18 km/11 m appr)

Day 7: Szigetköz is the largest island of our country, embraced by many arms of the Danube, a paradise for cyclists, bird watchers, and fishermen. We cycle through charming little villages, along idyllic landscapes, and take a canoe tour in one of the peaceful branches of the river, where we can watch many beautiful birds. After this we ride back to enjoy the luxury of our hotel again. (cycling 36 km/22 m appr)

Day 8: After a short bike ride we get to Pannonhalma. We will have a guided tour to see the most valuable parts of the Benedictine monastery, which was founded in 996. It is a great symbol of our old traditions, and a part of the World Heritage. We taste some very good local wine with a delicious lunch in a lovely cellar, and we get to Budapest, where you can have a nice rest in the hotel, and we have our farewell dinner. (cycling 19 km/12 m appr)

Day 9: You still can enjoy the friendly atmosphere of the hotel in the morning, and we hope that you will return home with very nice memories.

Airfare is not included in the tour price.

Price Includes:
- 8 nights accommodation mainly in 4 star hotels
- 8 breakfasts, and 3 course gourmet dinners, with drinks and excellent wines
- 1 x wine tasting in a lovely wine cellar
- Picnics and drinks during cycling
- Full English speaking guiding throughout the tour
- Full technical support, and special trailer for all the bikes, and luggage
- Air conditioned support bus for the whole group
- All the bus transfers, guided sightseeing and visits of the program
- Canoe tour along idyllic arms of the Danube
- All the museum, castle, church, railway, ferry and bath tickets of the itinerary
- Very good quality hybrid bikes with 24 gears, suspension and panniers
- Souvenir water-bottle and TNS T-shirt
- Sights, most beautiful and quiet routes
- Free airport-hotel transfers in Budapest.

Price Excludes:
- Your travel between Budapest and your home, before and after the tour
- Travel and health insurance.

About This Supplier
Location: Hungary
Joined InfoHub: Jun 2008

Our company is a small family company, owned and run by two Hungarian enthusiasts of old traditions, nature and sports. By leading many cycle tours in Hungary throughout the last 10 years, it has become our favorite passion for discovering the beauties of our countryside, and show as much as possible of them to our...

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