• Travelcode: 221

    Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

    4 Countries - 1 Experience

    • RadfahrerAlong the beautiful Blue Danube, one finds Europe’s most famous cycling path: Passau to Vienna. Discover a wonderful landscape, picturesque villages and the numerous impressive sights from the Roman and Nibelungen times. Schlögener Loop, Strudengau, Nibelungengau and the Wachau (UNESCO Region) all have their own unique and alluring attractions. You will cycle along the Danube through gorgeous landscapes of rolling hills, forests and meadows. Art and cultural aspects show and tell stories from long ago. "Weinschenken" and other inns invite you to enjoy the culinary "Schmankerln" (specialities of the region).One of the many highlights included on this tour is the "City of the Music", Vienna.

      The Slovakian capital Bratislava is a diverse city with a picturesque old town and is a "must-see" on the way to Hungary. The Hungarian metropolis Budapest, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, is the crowning conclusion to your journey. This tour offers a pure and cultural experience mostly set away from touristy centres and is "off the beaten path". Untouched nature, less than well known artistic features and cultural monuments can be found on the route between Vienna and Budapest. You cycle through the infinite widths of the Hungarian lowlands and you also visit the famous Arabian National Stud in Babolna where you can explore the secret techniques and methods of traditional Hungarian horse breeding. The basilica in Esztergom is the largest Catholic cathedral in Hungary and is more than worth a visit with all its cherished treasures. Enjoy the friendly people and the Hungarian hospitality on an unforgettable journey of a lifetime.

      Tour profile

      The tour is mostly flat and only sometimes slightly hilly. The Austrian section follows well-maintained and equipped cycle paths, in Hungary you will often cycle on country back and side roads. Upon entering and leaving cities there can of course be traffic that must be closely observed!

      Day 1: Passau

      Individual arrival. Use the remaining time on a city tour or get to know the "City of Three Rivers" on a boat cruise (not included) or simply go for a stroll through the picturesque old part of town. Between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. bike hand over – for late arrivals on the next morning.

      Day 2: Passau – Schlögener Loop, approx. 41 km

      Start the first cycling route through the Upper Danube Valley to Schlögen. In Engelhartszell, you can visit the one and only "Trappist" monastery in Austria and you can even sample some delicious liqueurs straight from the convent. Continue the journey to the impressive "Schlögener Loop", where the river makes a complete 180-degree bend.

      Day 3: Schlögener Loop – Linz, approx. 55 km

      There are small ferries between the banks; enjoy this special experience. Enjoy the special experience of riding past the many ferries along the riverbanks as you continue to cycle through the Eferdinger basin to Linz, the capital of Upper Austria. Enjoy the summer evening with a stroll through the enchanting old part of town.

      Day 4: Linz – Strudengau, approx. 60 km

      An excursion to Enns, the oldest town in Austria is highly recommended and worth a visit. This leg guides you through beautiful meadows and tranquil hinterland while passing the Celtic village of Mitterkirchen, rolling by the majestic church in Baumgartenberg and on to the romantic castle of Clam. Toward the end of the day, you reach the gorgeous Baroque village of Grein. There the oldest theatre in Austria is awaiting your royal visit.

      Day 5: Strudengau – Nibelungengau, approx. 50 km

      Today’s tour is enjoyed by cycling through the fascinating landscape of tall and densely wooded rock formations on both sides of the Danube. High above the Danube is the Pilgrimage Church of Maria Taferl. From the distance the marvellous Benedictine Monastery of Melk is greeting you.

      Day 6: Nibelungengau – Krems/surroundings, approx. 50 km

      Another highlight on this tour is the chance to cycle through the magnificent Wachau. A landscape where you will find terraced vineyards, apricot groves interspersed with castles, palaces and monasteries. There is also the possibility to take a break off your bike and relax on a short boat excursion. On your way to Krems you cycle through the winery villages of Spitz, Weißenkirchen and Dürnstein. Through these charming villages you will see quaint alluring taverns, which are just waiting to present Austrian hospitality at its best.

      • => Excursion: Unique wine tasting at a local winery

        The Wachau Valley is Austria’s most famous wine region along the Danube River. Visit a local winery; in the historical "Alte Salzstadl" (location from the 17th century) you will learn more about typical white wines (Grüner Vetliner = Austria’s signature wine and Riesling), taste local Red wines (Zweigelt, S. Blanc) and the traditional brown bread.

        • Price: EUR 7 per person

      Day 7: Krems/surroundings – Vienna, approx. 40 km + train ride Krems - Tulln

      By train you will depart from this UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Region. After arriving in Tulln, you ride your bike directly through the Vienna Woods (Wiener Wald) and pass through “The Gates of Vienna”. Along the way don’t forget to stop in and visit the impressive monastery in Klosterneuburg and then continue on to the “City of Music”, Vienna.

      • => Excursion: City tour by bike

        Vienna City tour by BIKE
        Discover Vienna in a very special way! By bike you will experience all those famous sights from a new and completely different point of view.  Some of the highlights are: the State Opera, Johann Strauß Monument in the City Park, the Hofburg - the winter residence of the Habsburgs (the family that ruled Vienna and half of Europe for over 600 years), the Rathaus (town hall), and - of course - St. Stephan’s Cathedral, Vienna’s most famous landmark. The ideal way to see Vienna. Easy route on bike paths or streets with little traffic. Frequent stops for taking pictures! End close to the Sate Opera / Schillerpark

        Tour times: May - September daily 10 am (only English) or at 2:30 pm (German)

        Meeting point: Bösendorferstrasse 5,  1010 Vienna - close to the state opera

        • Adult with own bike:  25,- € | Duration: approx. 3 hrs / 15 km 
        • Children until 12 years with own bike: 15,- €
        • Bike Rental additional 4,- € per bike
      • Historical City Tour with Schönbrunn Palace

        Vienna: Historical City Tour with Schönbrunn Palace
        This tour will give you a complete overview of the most important sights of Vienna. Along the Ringsraße: State Opera House - Museum of Fine Arts - Natural History Museum - MuseumsQuartier - Hofburg - Parliament - City Hall - National Theatre. As highlight, we show you the magnificent showrooms of Schönbrunn Palace. Before the tour ends, we drive to the Belvedere Palace which has the largest and most precious Gustav Klimt collection in the world. With our tour ticket you can get a reduction on the entrance fee for te Belvedere Palace. Tour ends at the State Opera House.

        10:00 AM (daily) in german, english, italian, french and spanish
        02:45 PM (Mon, Wed, Fri,Sat,Sun)  in german, english and spanish

        Duration: approx. 3,5 hrs
        Hotel pick-up approx. 45 min. before city tour starts

        Prices:
        Adults: € 44,-

        Children (3-12 years): € 15,-
        Children 0-2,99 years free
      • => Excursion: Waltz and Operetta Concert at a Viennese palais

        Waltz and Operetta Concert at a Viennese palais

        The "Salonochester Alt Wien", led by Professor Udo Zwoelfer, is one of the best known interpreters of classical Viennese music and manages to make the most impressive compositions by our "King of Waltz" Johann Strauss and the primary representative of Viennese music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, even more unique. Our virtuosic musicians, excellent opera singers and enchanting ballet dancers present an evening full of Viennese charm- including spirited sounds of waltz, polka, arias and duets, as well as operetta and concert solo pieces at the highest artistic level possible.

        Daily at 08:15 PM - 10:00 PM (with a 15 min. interval)

        Location: Wiener Kursalon im Stadtpark, Johannesgasse 33, 1010 Wien

        Prices:
        Category A: € 65,-
        Category B: € 55,-
        Category C: € 42,-

        Arriving by public transport

        U4 Station Stadtpark

        by foot: directly at the Stadtpark

        U4: depending on which platform is closed, go to Karlsplatz or Landstraße to change in the U4 train, that goes in the opposite direction to arrive at Stadtpark.

        tram: go to Weihburggasse (line 2) or Schwarzenbergplatz (line 2, 71 and D) by tram. From there, you will reach the Kursalon by foot in a few minutes.


      • => Excursion: Vienna Hop-On Hop-Off

        The hop-on hop-off facility allows you to explore the city at your leisure and our double-decker buses  offer  a panoramic view of Vienna. Simply book with us online, the service enables you to see the sights in your speed and gives you the flexibility to start the tour at any stations the hop-on hop-off stops.

        Sightseeing - 5 routes &  up to . 45 stopps
        Choose from 5 lines with up to 45 stops and create your own sightseeing. The buses are modern, comfortable and offer a perfect view of the city. As a special service they offer free Wi-Fi on board.

        Guided walk in the city center
        In addition to
        any hop-on hop-off bus tour, you can join for free a guided tour in  the center of Vienna for free. The meeting point is in front of the State Opera. In this city tour the guide does not only presents you not only the tourist attractions and historical sites, he´ll  also tells you a lot of interesting facts about the city of Vienna.
        At each corner is a sight waiting to be discovered. For example, the Hotel Sacher, whose founder invented the delicious Sachertorte, Spanish Riding School with its famous Lipizzaner Ballet, the Capuchin’s Crypt, the final resting place of the Habsburgs, or the impressive St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Within this walk we will also visit, the Graben with the historical Plague column is our sightseeing route.

        Price:

        • Hop-On Hop-Off-Ticket Vienna 24h all routes incl. guided walk: € 25,-/adult , € 12,-/child

        Information:

        You can Hop-On and Hop-Off at all points of the tours.
        The buses run at regular intervals.

      Day 8: Vienna – Bad Deutsch Altenburg/surroundings, approx. 42 km

      Not far from Vienna an untouched alluvial landscape and a Nature Reserve with stunning and diverse Flora and Fauna begins. Get away from it all and enjoy the wonderful peace and quiet, only interrupted by the twittering chirps of birds. The ancient Romans have left their footprints here. They also relaxed in the nice warm water of Bad Deutsch Altenburg. The Archaeological Park of Carnuntum is waiting to take you into an exiting journey through the past.

      • => Excursion: Vienna Pass

        All of Vienna in one card

        Highlights

        • Free entrance to over 60 of Vienna’s most famous attractions (e.g. free entry to the Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel, free entry to Schönbrunn Zoo, free entry to St. Stephans Cathedral Treasury, Towers and Catacombs, free Grand Tour of Schönbrunn palace,...)

        • Unlimited rides on HOP ON HOP OFF buses by Vienna Sightseeing Tours, taking you directly to the main attractions

        • Save time and skip the lines at many of the attractions

        • Plan your stay with Vienna PASS guidebook and app filled with insider tips

        • Vienna PASS bonus booklet with attractive discounts at exclusive partner companies

        • Add On: Vienna PASS with travelcard (public transportation ticket, zone 100, for underground, bus, tram and S-Bahn)

        Go and Explore!

        Overview

        The Vienna PASS is your key to an unforgettable experience in Vienna.

        The Vienna PASS is a new, all-inclusive sightseeing card that allows visitors to explore the many faces of Vienna. The Vienna PASS gives its holder free access to Vienna’s greatest sights, such as Schönbrunn Palace and Schönbrunn Zoo, the Giant Ferris Wheel, the Spanish Riding School, the Albertina museum, and many others. It also includes unlimited travel on the HOP ON HOP OF buses which are the perfect way to get from one of the many Vienna PASS sights to the next. Combine them to make your own sightseeing programme. The card is complemented by a high-quality guidebook with insider tips and detailed information. The Vienna PASS can be purchased for a duration of one, two, three or six consecutive days. Children below the age of 6 get free admission to the all-inclusive offers if accompanied by an adult holding a Vienna PASS.

        Period of validity

        Prices Vienna PASS 2017
        (incl.unlimited HOP ON HOP OFF)

        1 Day / adult

        € 59,00

        1 Day / child (6-18,99)

        € 29,50

        2/3/6 Days

        on request

        Please find further information on: www.viennapass.com

      Day 9: Bad Deutsch Altenburg/surroundings – Bratislava, approx. 32 km

      Nestled between the hills of Hainburg and the Carpathian Mountains, you cycle on to Europe’s youngest capital, Bratislava. The Slovak capital has an enchanting sleepy old town as well as magnificent modern buildings.

      Day 10: Bratislava - Schüttinsel – Györ, approx. 45 km + train Mosonmagyarovar – Györ

      The landscape of the "Szigetköz" is an idyllic paradise for birds and fish. In the midst of this wild and untouched landscape with more than 500 tiny islands you will find farming villages and a labyrinth of countless Danube creeks. After a short train ride you reach Györ with its beautiful Baroque-style old town.

      Day 11: Györ – Komarno/surroundings, approx. 57 km

      The National Stud of Babolna is world famous for its Arabian horse breeding and is definitely worth some time. While you are visiting the stallions and the Stud Museum you can catch a glimpse of some secret Hungarian horse breeding techniques and methods. After cycling through the lush rolling hills into the village of Komarom, you will find your accommodation in the favourite village of renowned King Matthias.

      Day 12: Komarno/surroundings –Danube bend region, approx. 52 km + ship cat. A

      Today you cycle along the banks of the Slovakian Danube down small low-traffic roads through quaint and quintessential villages. On your way to the “Town of Bishops and Kings”, Esztergom, also known as the „Hungarian Rome“ or “Royal City”, you pass the Roman fort of Kelemantia. The Basilica of Esztergom, largest Catholic cathedral in Hungary and the rest of the town again and again prove to be a highlight and glamorous part of the overall tour.

      Day 13: Danube bend region – Budapest, approx. 62 km + ship cat. B

      Amidst the hilly landscape, the river Danube divides itself into parts creating the Szentendre-Island. On this island, you cycle through typical Hungarian villages. Szentendre is famous for its numerous handicraft boutiques and the Open-air Museum of Skanzen. A few particular highlights include some of the most famous attractions in Budapest all in which you will discover on your boat ride (cat.B) into the city.

      Day 14: Budapest

      Enjoy this day in the metropolis Budapest. Departure by scheduled bus daily at 11.00 a.m., arrival in Vienna approx. 2.00 p.m. The return trip is also possible by speedboat (extra charge). In Vienna you have to change to the train to Passau. We recommend an extra night in Vienna so you can highly enjoy this great city and won’t have any stress with transfers. Schedules subject to change!


      + Your free Budapest App (interactive map, event guide, insider tips)

      • => Excursion: Budapest City tour by bike

        Duration: approx. 2 - 2.5 hours (partly uphill)

        Meeting Point: 10.30 am; Szent István Tér 4, 1051 Budapest https://goo.gl/maps/FuXrDQo3W3M2

        Note: The meeting point is in front of the California Coffeeshop at the Basilica, which is the biggest church Downtown


        What are we going to see?
        We will pass all the important and significant sites of Budapest, mainly the center of Pest, the famous Andrassy Avenue, the Heroes Square, the Danube and the Castle District from where you have a wonderful view over Budapest! We will also have time to tell you some background stories! Join us on one of our bike tours and we won’t overload you with mind-numbing dates, but our expert guides will share fascinating anecdotes to deliver information you’ll absorb and take with you.

        Tour Highlights:

        Buda Castle District
        See the famous landmark of Budapest, the castle and the Presidents Palace! Further on we will pass the Mattias church, Fisher Bastion and you will have a great view over Budapest and the Danube!

        Széll Kálmán tér  ex-Moszkva Tér (former Moscow Square)
        Big Junction point in Buda! Communist style square, where all kind of crowds meet to change buses, trams and metro-lines!

        The Danube Bank
        We drive along the Danube feeling the magic of this magic river and getting a panoramic view of Pest!

        Margaret Bridge
        From that bridge you will have a panoramic view of the World Heritage Budapest including the Banks of the river and the Buda castle.

        Szabadság Tér (Freedom Square)
        A very impressive square with a huge monument, remembering the Russian Army! Feel the spirit of revolutions, riots and history!

        Hungarian Parliament
        Huge neo-gothic building built similar to the English Parliament! Original Flag of The Revolution, enormous statues and the Eternal Flame of the 56 Revolution can also be seen there. And you will have another great view at the Danube.

        Andrassy Street
        The Boulevard of Budapest with the most beautiful buildings and exclusive shops of Pest! For women ONLY we stop for a second in front of Gucci or Louis Vuitton stores! Furthermore we will see the Opera House, the Music Academy, the Liszt Ferenc Square with its numerous terraces and restaurants, the Oktogon, the House of Terror (harmless during the day) ...and a lot more!

        Nagymezö Utca (The Broadway of Budapest)
        This street is full of bars, clubs and theaters.

        Hösök Tere: (Heroes Square)
        Big grimy looking statures are looking over this historic square, who were supposed to be Hungarian heroes! There are 2 big art museums on both sides!.

        Price per person in €
        City tour by bike......................€ 25
            
        Start: 10:30 a.m.
        End: approx. 12.30 - 1 p.m.

        Minimum number of participants: 2 adults. Please let us know your preferred date on booking.

      • => Excursion: Budapest Hop-On Hop-Off

        24 Hour Bus

        Our Budapest bus tour is the ideal introduction to one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. The hop-on, hop-off tour highlights the most famous Budapest attractions, including the Hungarian Parliament building, leafy Margaret Island and the Grand Synagogue, which is the second largest in the world.

        Our tour commentary will provide you with an insight into Budapest’s fascinating history, as you take in the city’s cultural landmarks from our comfortable open-top buses. We want you to take your time exploring this magnificent city so your ticket allows you to hop-on and off as many times as you like, enabling you to create your own itinerary and discover the attractions which interest you most.

        Included Services:

        •     See all the major Budapest tourist attractions
        •     Digital commentary in 23 languages
        •     Free guided walking tours (March to October)

        Information:

        You can join the Day Tour at any of the hop-on, hop-off points.
        Buses run every 15 - 30 minutes

        Price: € 13,-/adult , € 6,-/child


    • TRAVEL DATES

      Arrival day: Saturday, Sunday and Monday
      In season 1 arrival only possible on Sunday

      Season 1: April 09 – April 15
      Season 2:
      April 16 – May 19 + September 30 – October 08
      Season 3:
      May 20 – September 29

      Arrival only on request and under certain circumstances on extra cost on the following days:
      Formula 1 Grand Prix: July 15-17
      Congress dates in Vienna: April 22, June 09-11, June 18, July 23, September 15-17, September 23/24

      The included cruise is possible in the following times:
      Esztergom - Visegrad/Szentendre - Budapest: April 29 - October 01
      (a bus transfer or a train ride will be organized in times not meeting the boat schedule)


      ARRIVAL-PARKING-DEPARTURE

      ARRIVAL BY PLANE

      Airport: Munich (MUC), Linz (LNZ), Vienna (VIE)


      ARRIVAL BY CAR

      Parking: different possibilities, approx. 35,- to 65,- EUR per week


      ARRIVAL BY TRAIN

      Train station: Passau, Linz, Vienna


      TRANSFER (reservation within booking)

      Back from Budapest to Vienna

      • Bus: Departure: 11.00 a.m. or 3:00 p.m., duration approx. 3 hours, stopping at Vienna International Airport as well as the city center (please tell us on booking), other departure dates on request, changes of schedule possible
      • RAD&REISEN-back transfer of own bikes (only Saturday!)


      Back from Vienna to Passau

      • Train ride ÖBB, tickets valid until 1 month after date if issue
      • sending/depositing of train tickets if needed prior to tour start is possible

      ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

      Safety equipment:

      In Austria it is mandatory for children under the age of 12 to wear a bike helmet when on a bike. Please protect your little ones and bring their own helmet.
      Reflective vests are not obligatory, but surely useful.

      In Slovakia you are obliged to wear a bike helmet outside of villages, for children under 15 it is mandatory to wear a helmet in general. Reflective vests are mandatory at bad sight, at night and dawn.

      In Hungary it is mandatory to wear safety vests at bad light and sight outside of villages, but there is no obligation to wear a helmet.

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    • Included services:

      • 13 nights in rooms with private facilities
      • Breakfast or dinner option (Cat. A: 13x dinner, Cat. B: 12x dinner, Vienna breakfast only)
      • Daily luggage transfer up to hotel in Budapest (1 suitcase/max. 20 kg/person)
      • Welcome drink in the arrival hotel in Passau and Vienna
      • 1 bottle of high-quality wine per room in the Wachau Valley
      • 1 x tasting of regional products
      • 1 x train Krems – Tulln (incl. bike)
      • 1 x train Mosonmagyarovar – Györ (incl. bike)
      • 1 x cruise (before/after seasonal boat schedule train ride) Szentendre – Budapest (Cat.B)
      • 1x cruise (before/after seasonal boat schedule bus transfer) Esztergom – Visegrad (Cat.A)
      • Return transfer by public bus from Budapest to Vienna (excl. bike)
      • Train Vienna - Passau (excl. bike)
      • Service-hotline (also accessible on weekends)
      • Handlebar bag with tourbook, maps and informational material per room
    • Extras

      Discounts for 3rd person (in double room with 2 full paying adults)
      0-6,99 years -100%
      7-11,99 years -50%
      12-14,99 years -25%
      15-99 years -10%
       
      Bicycles & equipment
      21-speed-bike/7-speed-bike. 138
      E-bike 298
      Kid´s bike 138
      Helmet (payable locally) 22
         
      Additional night**
      Passau 3* (dbl/sgl) 51/67
      Passau 4* (dbl/sgl) 63/83
      Vienna 4* (dbl/sgl)** 66/95
      Budapest 4* (dbl/sgl) Cat A 54/88
      Budapest 4* (dbl/sgl) Cat B 46/76
      **additional nights in Vienna are only bookable during the bike tour with arrival on Saturday/Sunday  
         
      Transfers  
      Airport Munich - Passau (one way/round trip) 64/109
      Transfer own bikes with RAD+REISEN bus,  only Saturday! 29
      discount "no return by bus" Budapest-Vienna -29
      discount "no return" Vienna-Passau -34
         
      Additional services  
      Vienna Pass from 59
      Vienna City Tour by bike  25
      Vienna Hop-On Hop-Off 24h  25
      Waltz and Operetta Concert at a Viennese palais  42-65
      Budapest City tour by bike 25
      Budapest Hop-On Hop-Off 24h 25

      Best - Price - Guarantee

      If you would verifiably receive better conditions and/or prices from another tour operator at the time of booking we guarantee at least the same conditions PLUS 1 handlebar bag for FREE!
      All prices per person in EUR

      Category A: selected 4*hotels; exceptional best 3*hotels possible

      Category B: quaint inns, 3* hotels and pensions. In Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest 4-star hotels


      Passau

      Example cat.A: 4*Hotel Weisser Hase
      Example cat.B: 4*IBB Hotel Süd

      Danube loop surroundings

      Example cat.A: 4*Hotel Donauschlinge
      Example cat.B: 3*Gasthof Draxler

      Linz

      Example cat.A: 4*Arcotel Nike
      Example cat.B: 4*Hotel Donauwelle Steigenberger Linz

      Strudengau surroundings

      Example cat.A: 4*Hotel Aumühle
      Example cat.B: 3*Landgasthof Zur Zugbrücke

      Nibelungengau surroundings

      Example cat.A: 4*Hotel zum Schwarzen Bären
      Example cat.B: 3*Hotel Moser

      Krems surroundings

      Example cat.A: 4*Arte Hotel
      Example cat.B: 4*Hotel und Gasthof Klingelhuber

      Vienna

      Example cat.A: 4*Hotel Kaiserwasser
      Example cat.B: 4*Hotel Park Inn by Radisson

      Bad Deutsch-Altenburg surroundings

      Example cat.A: 4*Hotel Altes Kloster
      Example cat.B: 3*Gasthof Stöckl

      Bratislava surroundings

      Example cat.A: 4*Austria Trend Hotel Bratislava
      Example cat.B: 4* Hotel Saffron

      Györ

      Example cat.A: 4*Hotel Famulus
      Example cat.B: 3*Hotel Ibis Györ

      Komarno

      Example cat.A: 4* Hotel Peklo
      Example cat.B: 3*Hotel Bow Garden

      Danube bend

      Example cat.A: 4*Thermalhotel Visegrad
      Example cat.B: 3*Hotel Szent Adalbert

      Budapest

      Example cat.A: 4*Novotel Budapest Danube
      Example cat.B: 4*Hotel Danubius Flamenco


      Please be informed that the above mentioned hotels are only examples. Changes are possible depending on availabilities. You´ll get your final hotellist within your travel documents prior departure.

    • Bicycles inclusive panniers:

      The offered bikes are tourbikes with an aluminium frame and kitted with responsive brakes and gears. Plus: mudguards, trip computers, comfort gel saddles, flat-palmed grips, Schwalbe Marathon anti-puncture tyres. E-bikes are also available for this tours, while kids’ bikes and accessories are at hand for all family-friendly holidays.

      You can choose between the following bikes:

      • 7-speed-bike with hand brake and backpedal brake
      • 21-speed-bike with hand brakes
      • E-bikes unisex
      • children seat, children trailer

      with 28" tyres in different frame dimensions for ladies and gents.

      All bikes are equipped with a pannier (saddle bag) and a handlebar bag/room.


      E-bike

      By popular demand, we have now invested in a considerable number of e-bikes, much favoured by cyclists who love the great Outdoors, but prefer to let the bike take the strain.

      With an electro bike every bike tour is a breeze! If you had few opportunities to cycle over the last weeks or if you are not sure concerning your fitness, but also with physical disabilities, every bike ride is a treat! The shiftable, low noise electric drive of our modern E-bike relieves you of some of the work and increases the pedal force up to 3 times ... So you can now book a bike tour together with cyclists who have different fitness level. Acclivity can be handled easily.


      Bicycle breakdowns

      can happen, even with new wheels and by best servicing. If your bike breaks down and you are not able to fix the problem yourself, please contact our service number!


      Private bicycles

      You are welcome to bring your own bicycle. It is adapted especially to your needs. Do not forget to bring a repair kit with all necessary tools such as: keys, reserve tube and lock. Please check your own bicycle for operability upon arrival.

       







    • 5,8 13.10.2017 | Brian R. Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

      Trip of a lifetime

      Tour and logistics were excellent, however, bicycles could use regular servicing during cycling season.
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 6
      • Board 6
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 6
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 3
      • Price-performance ratio 6
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      4,5 11.10.2017 | Lynne A. Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

      Passau to Budapest

      This tour comprises of two sectors: Passau to Vienna with an extension to Budapest. The Passau to Vienna sector is very scenic and interesting. The accommodation was of a high standard but several hotels were on busy roads so rooms were noisy disrupting ...
      • Overall satisfaction 4
      • Booking handling 5
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 3
      • Board 4
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 2
      • On-site assistance 5
      • Route-character 3
      • Bicycle + equipment 5
      • Price-performance ratio 5
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      4,9 11.10.2017 | Heather M. Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

      A wonderful trip full of sights, scenery, lovely accommodations and food.

      We had two weeks of cycling - from Passau to Vienna, and from Vienna to Budapest. Each had a different character. The first week was most enjoyable, i loved the small ancient villages, biking along forested roads with castles in the distance, and the ...
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 4
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 4
      • Accomodation 6
      • Board 6
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 1
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 2
      • Price-performance ratio 6
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      5,8 02.10.2017 | John P. Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

      Rad REISEN Rules!

      We loved our bike trip with friends along the Danube from Passau to Budapest. The first half in particular was great with the best bike paths, weather & accommodation. The second part the paths weren?t as clearly marked, maintained or as scenically attractive. ...
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 5
      • Board 5
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 6
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 6
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      5,5 27.09.2017 | Velma T. Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

      A Cycling Adventure

      It was a great adventure with fabulous scenery and excellent accommodation. The Vienna to Budapest leg did not compare to the Passau to Vienna section when focusing on the scenery and connection to the Danube. However Budapest was amazing. I had a great ...
      • Overall satisfaction 5
      • Booking handling 5
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 5
      • Accomodation 6
      • Board 5
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 4
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 6
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      5,3 11.07.2017 | Kim R. Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

      International girls cycle tour

      We were 6 women from 4 different countries that met to cycle from Passau to Budapest. The gradient was very pleasant - flat and distances were a good length to allow plenty of sight seeing and refreshment stops along the way. We had a few issues with ...
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 5
      • Travel documents 5
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 5
      • Accomodation 5
      • Board 5
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 4
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 5
      • Price-performance ratio 6
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      4,3 14.06.2017 | Kim R. Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

      Suggestions for future

      Fantastic trip with great variety. I loved it. Easy cycling and generally interesting towns. Beautiful countryside. Hope to do another trip in another country. Some suggestions for future groups: Improve communication between the transfer from Passau-Vienna ...
      • Booking handling 5
      • Travel documents 3
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 3
      • Accomodation 3
      • Board 4
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 3
      • On-site assistance 5
      • Route-character 5
      • Bicycle + equipment 5
      • Price-performance ratio 5
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      5,2 30.09.2016 | Jennifer H. Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

      Passau-Budapest 2016

      Comparison of Passau to Vienna and Vienna to Budapesr Miklos asked us to compare Passau-Vienna to the Vienna - Budapest parts of our cycle tour. Passau to Vienna was beautiful but very hot do we had to cycle very quickly to avoid the afternoon heat so ...
      • Booking handling 5
      • Travel documents 4
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 5
      • Accomodation 5
      • Board 5
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 5
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 5
      • Price-performance ratio 5
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      5,6 12.09.2016 | Joy B. Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

      Danube Damsels

      We were a group of 15 ladies from Perth Western Australia cycling from Passau to Budapest over 2 weeks and we all enjoyed the trip very much. Had no issues with the bikes, weather was good and our accommodation very comfortable. The first part of the ...
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 6
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 5
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 5
      • Bicycle + equipment 5
      • Price-performance ratio 5
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      5,9 25.08.2016 | Gary N. Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

      Super Vacation

      Everything in the booking process was handled very well - thank you Miklos (and others who chipped-in from time to time). We were extremely pleased with our hotels and guesthouses. We were also quite pleased with the quality of our dinners and breakfasts. ...
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 6
      • Board 6
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 5
      • On-site assistance 6
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 6
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      5,0 24.08.2016 | Chris S. Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

      Danube cycle from Germany to Hungary

      Plenty of variety of culture, scenery and terrain, all explored at the optimal pace. Only one day of rain, which also featured getting lost at times and some mud when we were not lost. In some places a few more trail markers would be most beneficial. ...
      • Booking handling 5
      • Travel documents 5
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 5
      • Accomodation 5
      • Board 5
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 5
      • On-site assistance 4
      • Route-character 5
      • Bicycle + equipment 5
      • Price-performance ratio 5
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      4,1 19.07.2016 | Patrick M. Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

      PASSAU TO BUDAPEST CYCLE TOUR

      A GOOD TOUR A LOVELY EXPIERENCE, RAD REISEN MICHAEL VERY HELPFUL. NEXT TIME COULD WE HAVE ONE HARD COPY OF THE DOCUMENTATION BEFORE WE LEAVE HOME
      • Overall satisfaction 4
      • Booking handling 4
      • Travel documents 4
      • Accomodation 5
      • Board 5
      • Luggage transport 5
      • Route description 3
      • On-site assistance 4
      • Route-character 4
      • Bicycle + equipment 3
      • Price-performance ratio 4
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      5,8 12.07.2015 | Hemant A. 2015 | Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

      Good biking holiday !

      Maps must mention well-known places near by to the Hotels you have booked for me ; It was very difficult for me to find my hotels .
      • Overall satisfaction 6
      • Booking handling 6
      • Travel documents 6
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 6
      • Accomodation 6
      • Board 6
      • Luggage transport 4
      • Route description 6
      • On-site assistance 5
      • Route-character 6
      • Bicycle + equipment 6
      • Price-performance ratio 6
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      4,2 21.06.2015 | Janet A. 2015 | Danube Cycle Path Passau-Budapest

      Danube Cycle Passau to Budapest

      We loved our cycle trip along the Danube, the length (2 weeks) was perfect for us, though the daily distance variations (some days 30km, some days 90km) could have been more consistent. Luckily we were able to fill in the shorter cycling days with extra ...
      • Booking handling 4
      • Travel documents 3
      • Information at the beginning of the tour 3
      • Accomodation 5
      • Board 6
      • Luggage transport 6
      • Route description 3
      • On-site assistance 3
      • Route-character 5
      • Bicycle + equipment 3
      • Price-performance ratio 5
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