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Cycling Tour – Just the Way You Like It!

An active weekend cycling around the shores of Lake Balaton? Spending a leisurely afternoon in a thermal spa? Wine tasting to close the perfect day? Any other suggestion?

If you like to complement the adventure of cycle touring, with relaxation and discovering new flavours, or have an idea of a special program but need help with organisation, finding suitable accommodation, routes – just ask for a custom tour offer!

Our tour arrangements now include any kind of cycle adventure for 5 persons and more, based fully on the demands of the group. We offer a full range of bike guiding services, for all abilities, skills and endurance levels, even including vehicle transport. We will guide you in Hungary or at any popular foreign cycling destination.

No worries if not all participants have suitable bikes for the tour, as we can supply rental equipment including the high end machines and pedelec e-bikes, in case not all members of the group equal physical endurance. If it’s mainly the equipment that draws your interest, we can even organise a special bike test program.

A cycling tour an excellent team building opportunity, as it can easily forge a group from the participants. Hence this type of activity is recommended for companies, for whom we offer a full range of services and options. We are happy to answers all questions at info@ridehard.hu, where you can find information about our previous cycling tours and events. You can also find us at our Facebook and Instagram profiles.

Balatonfüred:

Hévíz:

February 01 2018

Details

Start: February 1 @ 08:00
End: 2019-02-28 @ 17:00
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Venue

Magyarország

Magyarország

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Schedule

  • Help to organize the transfers
  • Accomodation, meal as you want
  • Guided tour
  • Alternative programs
  • Bikes to borrow
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BUDAPEST: Budapest needs no introduction. The crown jewel of Hungary, also known as the “Paris of the East”. This pulsating city is the perfect blend of historical and modern, and has something to offer for everyone.

ZALAKAROS: One of the tiniest cities of Hungary is famous for its thermal bath. Its hot spring is situated in romantic settings; rolling hills and beautiful vineyards pepper the horizon.

HEVIZ: The town is famous for being the home of the second largest thermal lake of the world. Famed for its healing properties, the lake offers both indoor and outdoor bathing options in addition to many medical and spa treatments. Another selling point is its proximity to Lake Balaton.

KESZTHELY: The biggest town around the Lake Balaton has an excellent location for exploring the region. Situated between the famous wine region of Badacsony and the renowned spa town of Heviz it has plenty to offer for both water and wine lovers.

BALATONFURED: The town is not only a famed yachting destination, but is also preferred by the lovers of history, entertainment, and fine dining. It is a hub for tourism, with many options to offer for the active visitor.

ESZTERGOM: Home of the biggest church of Hungary, its cathedral is the seat of Catholicism in Hungary. The town’s historical town center makes it one of the most beautiful cities of the Danube bend, which forms a natural border with Slovakia. If you walk across the bridge you find yourself in a whole another country!

VISEGRAD: Is a small town, situated in the beautiful Danube Bend. The place is famous for its historical castle complex and citadel on top of the hill. Those who make it up the hill can enjoy the majestic view over the river and the tiny villages dotting the hills.

EGER: Hungary’s historical town with the famous castle in the old town. One of the few hungarian fortresses which the Ottoman Empire could not occupie during a long period. Actually is renovated, definietly a highlight! After riding in the mountains enjoy the thermal baths in the caves of Egerszalók, and don't miss out on visiting an authentic vineyard in the evening!

Organizer

Organizer Tamás Takács
Phone: +36 70 313 45 35
Email:
Website: Visit Organizer Website