Pedal through Hungary and you’ll find a gem for bicycle touring. With more than 1,200 miles (2,000 km) of countryside cycle track, you can explore much of this small Central European country’s diverse landscapes.
The capital of Budapest, known as the Little Paris of Middle Europe, is culturally rich and has ample bike paths as well.
Hungary also boasts Lake Balaton, Europe’s largest freshwater lake. This 50-mile lake offers countless water sports, as well as nearby trails perfect for cycling. Vineyards surround this outdoor destination, where you can enjoy Hungary’s famous white wines. While sipping, you’ve got to try the Hungarian goulash and strudel as well!