B10 Lake Neusiedl Cycle Path
The lake longing route

There is plenty to experience on your trip round the lake. By incorporating various shortcuts and numerous stop-offs, the B10 Lake Neusiedl cycle path is suitable as a family tour as well as for cycling athletes. The tour can be shortened or varied with a boat trip between Illmitz and Mörbisch am See.

It is best to decide whether you are going around the lake clockwise or counterclockwise according to the current wind direction. The Austrian sailing weather center provides up-to-date information online and shows the trend for the coming hours.

The path leads you through fantastic landscapes, lets you experience natural beauty, enjoy culinary delights and offers cultural specialties.
The paths are mostly paved and partly gravel, making them suitable for touring bikes as well as mountain bikes. And they can also be cycled using a racing bike, because the gravel sections are short and the grit is fine.
The lake is always worth a detour, because each of the many seaside resorts has its own charm. Many rest areas along the route invite you to take a relaxing break.

A complete round trip of the lake takes you cross the border to Hungary, an EU internal border, for which you should nevertheless have your passport. Here too, the information is clear and complete. The bike path in Hungary is partly newly paved and the stretch between Balf and Fertörákos runs on a completely new route through the vineyards with a fantastic view over the reed belt to Lake Neusiedl. However, this stretch is quite steep in part, which can be exhausting in the summer heat.

Please note: In Hungary, safety vests are mandatory at dusk, in the dark or in poor visibility!

There are several e-bike rentals along the route.

Tour Details

  • Route: 125 km
  • Duration: 10 h
  • Ascent: 182 m
  • Descent: 182 m
  • Difficult Level: mittel
  • Kondition: 4
  • Technique: 1
  • Attitude: 111 - 174 m


You can find all informatoin here:


      Online Routenplaner


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