The suggested starting point of this several-hour-long cycling tour is Moszkva square. To start with wandering in the city is quite exciting on the steep, cobbled passages such as Gül baba street. However, as we ride further on the bank of the Danube, our route continues on bicycle routes. We pass by the constituents of the famous panorama of Budapest: the Várhegy (Castle Hill) and Gellérthegy (Gellért Hill). Having passed Gellért square, we continue by the district-size campus of the Technical University. To the south of Pet?fi Bridge, buildings mostly for educational purposes stand on the site of the planned but unrealized World Expo. We end our journey at one of the most recently created public parks in town, right behind Lágymányosi Bridge, built at the beginning of the '90s.
Fény street market - Budapest II. district, crossing of Retek street - Fény street - Löv?ház street
Millenáris Park - Budapest II., Kis Rókus str. 16?20.
Light Corner - Budapest II., Petrezselyem str. 2-8.
Margit House - Budapest II., Tölgyfa street 1-3.
Margit Palace - Budapest II., Henger str. 2.
Mecsetház - Budapest, II., Mecset str. 10-12.
Gül baba street 23, Family House - Budapest II., Gül baba str 23.
Gül baba street Apartment House - Budapest II., Gül baba street
French Institute - Budapest I., F? u. 17.
Pala House - Budapest I., F? street 14-18.
Lánchíd 19 Design Hotel - Budapest I., Lánchíd str. 19.
A38 Cultural ship - Budapest XI., Pázmány Péter wharf
Church of Hungarian Saints - Budapest XI., Avenue of Hungarian Scientist 1.
Magyar Telekom R+D Building - Budapest XI., Lágymányos, Infopark G building
Boat Station and Water Police Station - Budapest XI., Kopaszi dike
Kopaszi dike, Leasure Park - Budapest XI., Kopaszi dike