Costa Rica Traverse

I don't think my feet have touched the ground since I've returned from Costa Rica so any relaxation achieved on the trip is rapidly disappearing sadly. However, just a quick note to say that it was the most amazing trip I've ever done. Danny our guide was phenomenal - his ability to keep us upbeat and motivated and telling us information on a need to know basis was fantastic - I wish he could be our guide on every trip I do in the future! The rest of his team was also fantastic - the logistics behind the trip were critical but totally seemless as we trudged through the rainforest and up vertical mud slopes in the rain. I was going to go on a Patagonia trek but delighted that I was advised to do this trip - it really was a challenge and I was nervous about my levels of fitness but I realise now that I'm fitter than I thought I was - long may I continue to keep the fitness up although last week I took it easy. Thanks again to WE for their excellent advice to do this trip - I'm so happy I did and have met some great people as a result!

L Chambers | UK
 
 

Hungarian Rhapsody

Wind your way from the elegant city of Vienna along the Danube Cycle Path. Crossing the Austria - Slovak border the cycle route passes vineyards on the slopes of the Little Carpathian Mountains into the capital, Bratislava. Using quiet country roads this itinerary continues into Hungary where you will pedal through numerous delightful towns. Explore the Baroque city of Györ and visit the unusual artist village of Szentendre and its outlying island before heading to Budapest.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Arrive Vienna
DAY 2 Cycle along the Danube to Bad Deutsch Altenburg (45km)
DAY 3 Continue to Bratislava (32km)
DAY 4 Cycle past delightful farming villages to Szigetköz, by train to Györ (45km)
DAY 5 Stroll through the national stud of Babolna, cycle to Komarom (45-55km)
DAY 6 To Esztergom (35-50km)
DAY 7 Ferry round trip to Szentendre Island and cycle to Budapest (58km)
DAY 8 Bus to Vienna, trip concludes

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