Danube Bend Cycle Atlas & Guide

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Road atlas with cycling routes highlighted.
The Danube Bend, one of Hungary’s most popular tourist destinations, in an A5 spiral-bound cycling atlas from the Budapest-based Frigoria with contoured, GPS compatible mapping at 1:50,000 highlighting cycle and mountain bike routes, rental and maintenance shops, accommodation options, etc, plus a guide to the area which includes English. Coverage extends from Esztergom to Budapest, including the local section of the EuroVelo Danube Cycle Route.

The maps have contours at 10m intervals, spot heights and colouring to indicate woodlands. The overprint shows whether the route is on a bike lane, a separate cycle path, a dirt road, a woodland trail, etc. Steep gradients are shown by additional markings and cycling distances are indicated. Where appropriate, the routes are cross-referenced to the guide section. The mapping also shows local hiking paths indicating their waymarking signage. Symbols show hotels, motels, pensions, tourist or youth hostels, campsites, bike hire and/or repair shops, tourist information offices, interesting natural or historic sites, etc. Railway lines are shown with stations and bus terminals are marked. The maps have latitude and longitude lines at intervals of 2’. Central Esztergom, Vác, Veroce and Szentendre also covered by street plans.

The tri-lingual guide section provides general information about the area including access on routes from Budapest, descriptions and route profiles of 15 cycle and 10 mountain bike tours, plus descriptions of local places of interest which include dates of special events and useful contact details.

Map legend and all the text include English.
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Weight 0.000000
Availability IP
Department Russia and E. Europe
Format Spiral bound
ISBN 9789639586345
Pages 108
Publisher Frigoria
Scale 1:50,000
Section Russia & Eastern Europe Maps
Size Unfolded 14.5x21cm
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