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Esztergom to Budapest - which route is better?

Old 08-26-11, 09:45 PM
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Esztergom to Budapest - which route is better?

Anyone ridden Esztergom to Budapest? The Bikeline map shows a route that runs mostly along the north side of the Danube, but it seems most people follow a shorter route entirely south of the Danube. Does anyone know how the routes differ? The bikeline route includes a couple of ferry crossings and I don't know where to get schedules.
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Old 09-03-11, 06:09 AM
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I am in Budapest right now, on my way to Istanbul. Are you in the neighborhood? I followed the east side of the river from Vac to Budapest, and I found there were a lot of gaps in the Danube bike path.

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