In Austria, EuroVelo 14 connects several existing cycle routes located along important rivers, including the Tauernradweg, Ennsradweg and Murradweg. Following these routes allows you to appreciate the varied landscapes of Austria, as well as the lively city of Graz, the centre of which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Hungarian part includes the Őrség Natural Park and a well-established cycle route along the northern shore of the mighty Lake Balaton – the largest lake in Central Europe. Cycle tourists can then ride to Budapest, the city of spas, which has something to offer for everyone. The route continues to Eger, goes along beautiful Lake Tisza and ends in Debrecen.
- Between Budapest and Gödöllő, cycle tourists are advised to take the train as no recommended cycle route is available in this area at the moment. Trains leave every 30 minutes from Keleti station in the city centre. Both public transport services can be planned using the MÁV (Hungarian State Railways) website and app.
- The section from Tiszafüred to Debrecen is a temporary route using low traffic public roads without EuroVelo signs. Signposting and final route is under development.