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Danube Cycle Way Passau - Vienna - Budapest, 12 Days
(Double rooms)
  1075.00 €     02.05.2020  -  07.07.2020
  (Price valid for Monday, Saturday, Sunday.)
  1010.00 €     27.06.2020  -  01.09.2020
  (Price valid for Monday, Saturday, Sunday.)
  1075.00 €     22.08.2020  -  29.09.2020
  (Price valid for Monday, Saturday.)
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You start your cycling trip in Passau, the town of three rivers. You will cycle through various districts of Upper and Lower Austria and finally to the Danube metropolis of Vienna and Budapest. You will love the breathtaking natural beauty of the Danube valley and the Schlögen Bend or perhaps you will fall in love with the landscapes along the Danube River such as the Machland, the Strudengau, or the famous Wachau.

In the rural areas, to accompany these wonderful impressions, you can enjoy many traditional Austrian delicacies. Your physical wellbeing will be well catered for, from savoury dumpling specialities and moreish must all the way to the wines of the Buschenschenken taverns in the Wachau region.

On the second part you will explore lowland forests, original villages and magical cities. In Carnuntum and in the Roman castle Kelemantia you find Roman relics from the past. Discover the diversity of the flora and fauna in the lowland forests. The small villages, which you cycle through, still keep their original charm. You pass through the Rye Island that is a real natural paradise.

You will book a Bestseller Travel Partner Product.


Arrival from Saturday to Monday from May to September.


Arrival to Passau
Departure from Budapest
Included in the price
- 14 nights in 3 and 4 star hotels
- 14 x breakfast
- Luggage transfer
- Train Budapest - Passau
- Information package
- Hotline service

Extra: local city tax, transfers by ferry, boat or local train like from Szentendre to Budapest

You will find prices for additional services (like a single room, rental bike, .) under "Additional services". We do recommend to book travel insurance and please check if you need a visa or anything else. Please also look into our General Travel Conditions!




Day 1: Arrival Passau

Day 2: Passau - Schlögen (43 km)

Day 3: Schlögen - Linz (59 km)

Day 4: Linz - Grein/Ardagger (58 km)

Day 5: Grein/Ardagger - Maria-Taferl/Melk (40-50 km)

Day 6: Maria-Taferl/Melk - Furth/Traismauer (50-54 km)

Day 7: Furth/Traismauer - Vienna (61 km)

Day 8: Vienna - Bratislava (68 km)

Day 9: Bratislava - Mosonmagyarovar (45 km)

Day 10: Mosonmagyarovar - Györ (45 km)

Day 11: Györ - Komárno (56-64 km)

Day 12: Komárno - Visegrad (50/69 km)

Day 13: Visegrád - Budapest (45 km)

Day 14: Sightseeing in Budapest

Day 15: Departure, Train from Budapest to Passau
You start your cycling trip in Passau, the town of three rivers. You will cycle through various districts of Upper and Lower Austria and finally to the Danube metropolis of Vienna and Budapest. You will love the breathtaking natural beauty of the Danube valley and the Schlögen Bend or perhaps you will fall in love with the landscapes along the Danube River such as the Machland, the Strudengau, or the famous Wachau.

In the rural areas, to accompany these wonderful impressions, you can enjoy many traditional Austrian delicacies. Your physical wellbeing will be well catered for, from savoury dumpling specialities and moreish must all the way to the wines of the Buschenschenken taverns in the Wachau region.

On the second part you will explore lowland forests, original villages and magical cities. In Carnuntum and in the Roman castle Kelemantia you find Roman relics from the past. Discover the diversity of the flora and fauna in the lowland forests. The small villages, which you cycle through, still keep their original charm. You pass through the Rye Island that is a real natural paradise.

You will book a Bestseller Travel Partner Product.


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