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Hungary: Self-Guided Walking & Cycling Holidays and Small Group Bike & Barge Adventures

A self-guided cycling or bike and barge holiday along the Danube River in Hungary is one of Europe’s ‘must-do’ active travel experiences. Travellers from across the globe are captivated by Hungary‘s old world allure each year.  From the beauty of Budapest, the ‘Paris’ of the east, to the storybook landscapes where sparkling lakes reflect lofty pine-studded mountains and tidy hamlets lie wrapped in the folds of emerald hills, by joining a cycling holiday in Hungary you’ll open yourself up to this amazing world.

The Danube is Europe’s second longest river. Flowing through ten European countries, a significant portion of the river runs through Hungary as it snakes its way to the Black Sea. A cycling holiday simply lends itself to this picturesque setting. During one of our holidays in Hungary you might choose to stop to enjoy castle tours, visit colourful Baroque towns, take a countryside ramble or pause to get an insider’s view of local life from an up-close and personal experience. On a UTracks holidays in Hungary you will encounter the hospitality and gracious surroundings of elegant inns and hotels brimming with European tradition, the perfect complements to a magical journey.

Utracks Europe offers a range of guided and self-guided tours to help you cycle and barge your way through Hungary on a small group adventure holiday.

moderate  |  14 days
Cycle along the Danube River, across three European borders, from Passau to the romantic city of Budapest
introductory to moderate  |  8 days
Journey by bike and river cruise through Austria and Hungary along the mighty Danube
introductory to moderate  |  15 days
Travel the Danube between Passau in Germany and the Iron Gates National Park on the Romanian Serbian border by bike and river cruise
moderate  |  8 days
Cycle from Vienna via Bratislava to Budapest along the scenice Danube Cycle Path
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