From Passau to Vienna. The Danube bicycle route between Passau and Vienna ranks as Europe's best-known and most-loved cycling route - and for good reason. No other section of the river offers as diverse a range of landscapes and cultural landmarks or as many historical sites. Tranquil valleys, fertile plains, and steep vineyards line the banks of one of Europe's great rivers, where pretty farms and glorious abbeys stand side-by-side. The loop of the Danube at Schlögen, the abbey at Melk, and the romantic Wachau wine-producing region are just some of the highlights along the 330 kilometer route.
From Vienna to Budapest. In ancient times the Danube bordered the Roman Empire, later the river was the lifeline of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until the Iron Curtain separated countries and ended the economic and cultural connection of the countries til 1989. The changeful history of the countries at the Danube cycle route between Vienna and Bratislava cannot only be seen in cities like Bratislava, Györ or Esztergom, but also right next to the route at the roman excavations at Petronell-Carnuntum. The cycling tourist can look forward to excellent cycling paths on the dykes that line the Danube which leads him through its floodplains. Not less scenic is the Danube's Bend near Visegrád where the river turns south and is headed to Hungarian capital city, Budapest.
From Budapest to Belgrade. If you are a keen touring cyclist and are looking for a slightly more adventurous ride in Europe, then this is the tour you are looking for. The 520 to 570 Kilometre long route from Budapest to Belgrad takes you through impressive landscapes, quiet rural villages and beautiful historic towns and cities, with traces of the region's turbulent history at every turn. You pass through three countries on your way along Europe's second longest river. Highlights include Budapest, with its museums and historic castle district, Novi Sad and the Petrovaradin fortress and the end goal of the tour, Belgrade, where numerous museums, an impressive historic centre and the famous Kalemegdan park with the Belgrade Fortress await you.
Cycline guide kombinerer sykkelguider og kart I spiralinbinding slik at du enkelt kan brette deg frem til riktig side og sykle etter kartet. Det fleste er tyskspråklige, men enkelte utgivelser finnes også på engelsk eller dansk. Guiden utgis av estebauer som er et Østerriksk forlag som spesialiserer seg på sykkelkart og sykkel- og vandreguider. forfattere: Marion helbig Publisert måned: - Publisert år: 2017 Utgave: 4.Utg Sider nr:152