In Hungary, we continued to follow the Eurovelo 13 along the section that traces the country's border with Austria. Hungary is known by many to be a flat country, but the landscape here on the western edge of the country is actually quite hilly, including the second highest point of the country, Írott-kő, at 883m, that is part of the easternmost range of the Alps.
Hungary is mostly flat, it's true. But following the Eurovelo 13, which traces the border between Hungary and Austria, is not quite so flat. To make t→ Continue reading