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Danube River in Budapest, Hungary. Flickr:Moyan Brenn

Danube Bike Path - Passau to Budapest

10–14 days from €1353

4.1 out of 5

Danube Bike Path - Passau to Budapest

Easy–Moderate Bike Tour in Germany, Austria, Hungary, Slovakia

The Danube Bike Path, Europe's most famous cycling path, follows the beautiful Blue Danube River. Beginning in Passau and ending in the Hungarian metropolis of Budapest, you'll discover the beautiful…

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4.1 out of 5


Sally H.
1 week ago

Verified Reviewer

The premium bikes were very good for the trip and a nice selection of hotels to stay at along the way.

Rockwood R.
10 months ago

Verified Reviewer

Your representative for the initial orientation meeting was a No Show. This became problematic when we received train tickets in the packet- with no clear guidance. Your travel app and book were well coordinated but the app didn’t always work on the trail.
If you’re providing train tickets it would be helpful to have directions to the train station. Hotel locations, near the bike route and points of interest, were excellent. Quality and experiences varied. Overall pleased.

William G.
6 years ago

Verified Reviewer

This was a great trip. The bike trail, signage and printed guide was very good on the section from Passau to Vienna. If we were lost it was due to our own failure to read carefully. The section from Vienna to Budapest was not as clear. There was more road riding, confusing or absent signage, and detours due to construction projects. There were also several stretches where the ‘path’ was gravel/sand or old Roman road. We do not regret doing both legs, but learned that most people do only the first segment and we can understand why they make this choice. Luggage transfer was seamless and all of our hotels provided secure, inside bike parking. We also had great weather, which made the ride much easier.

Marion M.
8 years ago

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The city maps could be better! We met 2 couples from Australia and teamed up and rode as a group! Great experience. However, on the last day on the boat trip to Budapest, the boat loaded a group of 19 bikes in addition to all the ones on the scheduled trip. When we got to Budapest only 1 in our group were able to unload, before the boat headed to the other shore. That left 5 of us on the wrong side. The last day did not end as planned. There were way too many bikes on the ship!