2011: Vienna-Budapest: Biking Along the Blue Danube

Date and Time

Wednesday, August 5, 2020 - Sunday, August 16, 2020


Blue Danube River,
Austria and Hungary


Registration is required for this activity. Please contact leader(s).


This is an easygoing cycling tour along the Danube River, visiting Austria, Slovakia and Hungary. Our adventure begins in Vienna, the city of music. Then it takes us along gentle country lanes, following the path of Europe's most famous waterway. We will stop over in towns and villages along our route: Bad Deutsch Altenburg, Bratislava (Slovakia's capital, where medieval castles meet head on with socialist-era architecture), Györ, Komarom (where Arabian horses are sired, raised and trained), and make our way around the famous panoramic Danube Bend, sampling local dishes along the way. We end our journey in the city of Budapest, among fairy book castles, where Eastern Europe meets Western. There is plenty to do and see in Budapest, including heading to one of the city's hot springs and enjoying a long hot soak. We have built extra time into Vienna and Budapest so you don't have to miss a thing! Accommodations are in 4 star hotels with en suite facilities.

AMC Trip Policy


Adult: $3,550 member / $3,550 non-member
*Includes all meals and accommodations. Does not include airfare.

Related Link(s):

2011 Prospectus

Click map for driving directions
Vienna to Budapest Biking


Bicycling - Road




Biking 3-4 Easy to Moderate


Adults (18+)


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Dick has been an AMC-AT leader since 2007 and has lead or co-led trips to Yosemite National Park, Mongolia, Sicily, mainland Italy, France, Czech Republic, Nepal and many other countries. He is an education programming specialist and teaches spinning and group exercise.


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Janus, a lifelong outdoor enthusiast, is a Connecticut Chapter hike and bike leader, and has been an AMC-AT leader since 2009. She has led and co-led AT hiking and biking trips to Cape Cod, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Sicily, Spain, France, Italy, Finland, Norway, South America and New Zealand. A former triathlete, Janis is now retired (from working and from that sport) and spends her time planning and leading AT trips - with a focus on "kinder/gentler" exploratory adventuring.