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Austria, Slovakia and Hungary - Vienna to Budapest - Self-Guided Cycling Holiday

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  • Spending your first evening in the iconic city of Vienna
  • Cycling through the beautiful flat plains of Hungary
  • The amazing views as you approach the Danube Bend
  • Exploring Bratislava
  • The imposing cathedral of Esztergom
  • The sense of accomplishment as you finish the journey from Vienna to Budapest
  • Spending the night in one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe; Budapest

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This diverse cycling holiday in Austria takes you from Vienna to Budapest, and it's a cycling gem! Following the Danube, your trip starts in the world’s city of charm, Vienna. One of Europe’s most classic and picturesque cities, it’s the perfect spot to spend a few hours exploring and discovering the capital’s sights!
In the morning your trip really begins, and you’ll find yourself cycling along mostly flat pastures down cycle paths and country roads towards Bratislava, where you will be able to get some shopping done in the scenic old part of town. 
Souvenirs packed up, and transferred with your luggage your journey continues through the infinite widths of the Hungarian lowlands. Meandering your way through typical Hungarian villages and rolling hills you’ll soon find yourself heading towards the Hungarian capital, Budapest. The crowning conclusion of your journey, known as the ‘Pearl of the Danube’ and the ‘Paris of the East’. With 2000 years of history, you can explore the city at your leisure, finding great food, friendly locals, historical monuments and stunning architecture. 
An excellent place to place cycling holiday for those looking for a gentle trip along the Danube, along mostly flat terrain and the occasional cheeky climb. Great for families with older children, with children’s bikes, seats and trailers available for the younger ones.
Contact us with your preferred dates and let Skedaddle show you the best way to enjoy a cycling holiday.

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8 days
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Holiday Details

Place to place

7 nights hotel

Breakfast included

6 days biking

Self guided

Routes notes and maps

Luggage transfers

Minimum 2 people

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