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Boat on the DonauItinerary:

8 - day itinerary for Cycling Trail
Vienna - Budapest

Length: 374 km / 233 miles


Day 1)
Individual arrival to Vienna.
Overnight in Vienna.

Day 2)
Vienna - Hainburg (60 km / 37 miles)

In the morning you will meet your contact person, who will introduce you to
the program. You will also get all necessary materials.
The first day on the tour takes you along the Danube river valley to the ruins of the Roman city Carnuntum, spread over an area of almost four square miles.
Overnight in Hainburg.

Day 3)
Hainburg - Bratislava - Mosonmagyarovar (58 km / 36 miles)

Today’s ride brings you briefly through Slovakia via Bratislava with its historical old town
centre. Then it’s on to Hungary, where the days ride finishes in Mosonmagyarovar. This
town is located in the meanders of a small river coming off and following the Danube.
Overnight in Mosonmagyarovar.

Day 4)
Mosonmagyarovar - Gyor (47 km / 29 miles)

The ride between Mosonmagyarovar and Gyor winds its way through farming pastures.
The cycling route is broken up by small, farming towns. The destination of today‘s route is
the city of Gyor. This town, originally a Hungarian stronghold from A.D.900, has also a
superb cathedral from the 12th century.
Overnight in Gyor.

Day 5)
Gyor - Tata (72 km / 45 miles)

Cycling not far from the Danube's riverflow in this rustic, farming landscape, you will finish
in the town of Tata, situated on lake Tatal.
Overnight in Tata.

Day 6)
Tata - Esztergom (55 km / 34 miles)

Today the route goes through forested landscape with an ascent to cover but after that
it is a straight run to Esztergom. This town has an immense cathedral, the largest in
Hungary, dating from 1822, which incorporates an earlier, Renaissance church from the
16th century.
Overnight in Esztergom.

Day 7)
Esztergom - Budapest (82 km / 51 miles)

Cycling along the Danube river valley gets you to the small town of Visegrad. Continue on
to the town of Szentendre with its many churches, galleries and arts, and the opportunity
to visit the river island of the same name. This town is really a gem of the tour. Finally you finish in Budapest. This magnificent city, once a centre of the Austro-Hungarian empire, boasts incredible architecture and its thriving centre offers many things to do.
Overnight in Budapest.

Day 8)

Sightseeing around Budapest.

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