Holiday Inn Centre
- Take a bike trip combining worldly capitals and traditional farms and villages
- Cycle through picturesque country side with vineyards, forests, and castles
- Visit 4 gems of central Europe: Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, and Hungary
- Journey radiant cities and towns like Prague, Budapest, Telc, and Pannonhalma
- Join a fully-supported cycling trip. Keep the main points to united states!
Our Prague to Budapest pattern tour offers a well-rounded mixture of European culture, from worldly money metropolitan areas to exquisite towns of Baroque and Renaissance source. This is an unforgettable trip through four main European nations; from the Czech Republic, taking a trip through Slovakia, Austria, and ending in Hungary.
We cycle past enchanting castles through the picturesque medieval villages and rich rolling hillsides of central Bohemia. As you go along, we go through fertile vineyards, thick woodlands, and fields of shoulder high sunflowers. Besides, we visit the enchanting UNESCO towns of Telc and Pannonhalma. Each perspective when you look at the road brings a scenic vista or the wave of an agreeable farmer. Inside evenings, we enjoy authentic regional cuisine and sample outstanding neighborhood beers and unique local wines.
Prague and Budapest, two of European countries's most vibrant towns and cities, are perfect bookends to this fabulous route.
- Day 1 - get to Prague, recognized for its interesting record and structure.
- Time 2 - drive rolling mountains between Postupice and Telč, a charming 13th century city.
- Times 3 - bicycle inside country near Telc; visit the town's grand architecture.
- Day 4 - Ride through South Moravia's wine country, check out impressive castles.
- Day 5 - period along the Morava River to Slovakia's Devin Castle.
- Day 6 - Explore the country side around Hungary's charming town of Sopron.
- Time 7 - Pedal by villages and facilities on the way to Gyor's historic town center.
- Day 8 - Our path leads united states to Pannonhalma, residence to a popular Benedictine abbey.