Best to do it from W to E.
Mediocre road condition from Szokolya down to the Danube, otherwise great surface. Mountain strech pretty narrow but awesome.
Not a lot of things in the area, but those hills and turns are niiiiice! Szekszárd is definitely the region's capital for wine. Don't miss.
Short section but nice scenery. Winding road. Don't miss
Túra szép kanyargós helyeken,végén Barlangfürdő
Nice semi-mountainous but poor surface road in the heart of one of the most beautiful national parcs of Hungary.
Országúti túra Szlovákia és a Börzsöny érintésével
Nice scenery - just to avoid the highway M1. Yes, you certainly lose some time but gain a lot in impressions. Villages are rather short.
Road quality varying. No potholes but pretty uneven road surface.
Beware of roadside gravel!
'Hungarian Alps', mountainous route through Bukki Nemzeti Park. Various scenery, various road quality.
This is very nice way in west-Mecsek. The road goes in forests and there are some interest places to visit. At the lake you can find a free beach, restaurants and restplaces.
Nice curvy road through Bakony. some roadquality issues ia a few places, but good ride altogether
Recently replaces road surface, some very nice cornering parts. The rest is cruising and enjoying the view.
It's a very popular section for riders in Budapest,
as it's very close but interesting enough for a quick trip around Pilis.
Make sure to visit the castle in Visegrad (also a nice road) to embrace the view from the top.
A nice mountain road. It's worth to do the extra trip in the middle, where you can grab a bite and look at the scenery.
Beautiful piece of road, with cliffs, rivers and a wonderful forest around.
The road quality if perfect on the western side that turns into acceptable from the middle (county border) but still not dramatic.
Among the best routes in Hungary if you want some cornering done.
Recent roadworks turned this small road between two little villages an awesome spot.
Gyönyörű táj, jó minőségű aszfalt, sok kanyar.
Probably one of the best biking roads in Hungary. Much to see and a good road profile to ride bike.
A journey of about 100kms starting and finishing in Eger. From the main road number 25 that runs through Eger take the turn for Sirok (road number 24). After a few hundred metres you are out of town and hitting open countryside. Not much in the way of straights but plenty of bends. The next village is Egerbakta. This is where things get interesting as when you leave here you start climbing through the forest with some good twisties both up and downhill. When you reach Sirok follow the signs for the castle (to the right from the centre of the village). From the castle you have amazing 360* views of the Matra and Bukk mountains and the Tatras in Slovakia. Return to rod number 24 and continue on through Resck and Parad. The road here is very flat but again very twisty. In Paradsasvar the road takes a sharp turn to the left and you are once again climbing through the forest on a really fun twisty road, very popular with bikers in the summer. Once at the top in Matrahaza) there is a large car park to the right with several huts selling trinkets and food/drinks, a great place fro a brief stop. From here there is a road to the left which takes you to Kékestetó, the highest point in Hungary. There is a tall tower which can be accessed to give fantastic views all around. Back to road number 24 and continue along, you'll be heading down for several kms with many more bends into Gyöngyös. At the very end of the road you reach road number 3. Turn left here and head in the direction of Eger. After about 3kms there is a small turning to the left signed "Abasar". Take this road and stay on it. This is a flatter, but not flat road running along the foot of the Matra mountains heading through Abasar,Markaz, Domozlo, Kisnana and into Verpelet.All very traditional Hungarian villages. In Veprelet there is a turning to the left signed "Eger", take this road, a mix of up and downhill, straights and bends, through Egerszalok and back to the main road number 25 in Eger about 1 1/2 kms from your start point. Please note that the speed limit is 50kph in towns and villages and 90kph out of town. The drink drive limit is ZERO!! There are very few Police around but there are a couple of bike cops that ride between Eger and Kekes during the summer. There are NO fixed speed cameras but very occasionally there is an unmarked car with speed gun near Eger but I've only seen this a handful of times in 3 years.