Place to place
7 nights hotel
6 days biking
Routes notes and maps
Minimum 2 people
Really enjoyed the holiday overall. Some great scenery and interesting places to visit.
Enjoyed final day with ferry rides to cross river. Great fun. Day 4 to Gyor also good as Gyor is a lovely town to visit. Whole route is very flat.
Skedaddle responded to our enquiry immediately and organised a wonderful holiday for us at very short notice – less than a week! Favourite day : Esztergom to Budapest. The cycling path was excellent and close to the river which was most enjoyable.
This was our first cycling holiday and picked Saddle Skedaddle from a search engine, so were unsure how it would be. We were really pleased with the service and holiday. Some memorable moments, met some lovely people throughout the week. With exception of one day, our luggage arrived before us, and several hotels had kindly put it in our room in time for our arrival. Good quality hotels with comfortable rooms.
Judith, North Yorkshire
Favourite day : A very hard choice. We took the route on the Hungarian side of the river and the alternative route via Tata between Gyor and Esztergom. Really enjoyed this route. The first and final days cycling were also fantastic.
Favourite day : Riding from Bratislava to Mosonmagyaróvár because they were both really interesting, easy to navigate and good length of cycling so we could enjoy sight seeing as well.
Judi, Sydney Australia
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Last Updated: 24/02/2015