Biketrip: Deutsch Jahrndorf - Trojmezi
Last week we concluded our article in the easternmost Austrian town of Deutsch Jahrndorf. We were slowly approaching our destination, Trojmezi, along asphalt road lined with a tree alley.
Trojmezi is one of the most visited and very unsual and unique place. It is a place where borders of three states meet. There are five of them in Slovakia. We decided to see one of the on our bike tour. Gradually through Petrzalka, Kittsee and Pama we reached Deutsch Jahrndorf. A 10-minute flat road followed then. There we stopped to not take a wrong turn again. Fortunately, we saw statues that implied we are on the right way. We continued straight on at the crossroads and then turned to the left. The asphalt road changed to gravel road and a field road when we turned left. Two minutes later we reached our goal – the border of three countries Slovakia,Austria and Hungary.
Trojmezí – art at the border
Center to this place was a stone triangle table with benches. Coat of arms of the three states were carved to the table. Impressive sculptures of local and foreign artists were around the table. Also a border stone was there. All these works were gradually put there after the fall of the Iron Curtain. They create an interesting atmosphere to this day. Several marked nature trails go from Trojmezi to the Rusovsky Channel, to Cunov or along the Iron Curtain. We were interested in information board that informed us on occurrence of bustard. We looked around for a while but we didn’t have much time so we moved on.
A ride to the town of Rajka
We returned along the field road back to the gravel road that was already in Hungary, and continued on to the village of Rajka. The ride was really difficult. At its end we really tested our physical fitness as we had to overcome a steep ascend across the highway.Fortunately, at the end of this ascend we happened to get into a Hungarian village. After a while of a ride among trees we had the feeling that the village is more Slovakian than Hungarian which made us happy because we didn’t know a word in Hungarian. It wasn’t necessary. We reach the middle of the village which consisted of a very well-maintained park, bike trail, war memorial, and we took a look into our book guide. What we had learned? More about it next week.
Text and photo: Oskár Mažgút
As winter is coming and cold, rainy, or snowy weather with it, we decided to end biking season by a trip to the Hungarian town of Mosonmagyaróvár. The beginning of our tour was yet again in Petrzalka, a Bratislava borough.
Beautiful summer days are the best to visit the picturesque town of Rust at the bank of Neusiedler See (Fert lake in Hungarian).
These days we received a new bike map of Lower Austria. Except of 7 TOP trails, there are bike trails suitable for families with small children. Also, you can find there routes for more demanding bikers. And, last but not least, there are new tips for star treks with places where are attractions and adventurous places.
Even this year, we spent some summer days on our bikes. As we live in Petrzalka, this area of blocs of flats is the point from where we start our trips.
Once we rode on bikes from Petrzalka across the Pristavni Bridge along the Small Danube and across Vrakunsky forest we found ourselves at the airport. From there we will continue to our first place of interest the M. R. Stefanik Memorial.
Last week, we concluded our article while at the beginning of the new bike trail Jurava. In its proximity, the Nature Reservation of Sur is located. It is also called Jursky Sur. It was hard to resist temptation not to turn off our trail. We eventually did so to admire unique marshland.
Last week we visited an extraordinary place- Trojmezi, a unique place where the borders of three countries meet, Slovakia, Austria, and Hungary. From there, we moved to Hungarian border town of Rajka. Today we will tell you more about it.
After a visit to Pama on Wednesday we continue on following the traces of our one-day trip at the three-states border. Today we stop by an unusual chapel and take a look at the easternmost town in Austria.
In the last article of our bike trip we move from the largest baroque castle compound in Austria, Schloss Hof, across new Bikebridge of Liberty, to the city districts of Slovakia’s capital, Bratislava.
Bike – a simple machine on two wheels; we decided to use it during our summer vacation to explore beauties of nature, history of various places and last but not least to get fitter. Come with us to this unusual bike trip, which starts at the largest housing development, Petrzalka, and ends in Wolfsthal, a picturesque Austrian village.
It isn’t necessary to introduce to enthusiastic tourists and bicycle tourists interesting book edition Around Slovakia by Dajama Publishing. Today we peek into another publication on bicycling from the edition. It came out under the name The Most Beautiful Bike Trails, Bratislava and Around. If you like to have it in your library, read on! One of you can win it!
Cyclists capital of Slovakia, and not just those, are happy from the recently opened bridge between urban parts of Děvínská Nová Ves and Austrian municipalities Schlosshof. The bridge is built on the site where in the times of Maria Theresa used to stand his predecessor. Our portal Infoglobe was also at the opening ceremony.
At the beginning of September by bike we went toe explore Slovakian-Austrian-Hungarian borderline. The beginning of our trip was in Petrzalka, the largest housing estate in Slovakia and central Europe as well.
In the previous part of our bike trip we get across Austrian borders. We stopped by at the picturesque town of Wolftshal. Then we continued to our next destination, the town of Hainburg.
Last week, we explored by bike Slovakia-Austrian-Hungarian borderline. After getting across the border we get to picturesque town of Kittsee. There we walked on the square, stopped by many sights. But we didn’t mention the most important one.
The medieval town of Hainburg was an interesting stop on our bike journey. Today we continue across a long bridge, two Austrian towns and the largest castle compound in Austria – Schloss Hof.
Autumn weather is ideal for biking, so today we introduce routes that are suitable for the whole family. We head to the east of Poprad in Slovakia and from there pure adventure awaits.
Again, an amazing book of the Around Slovakia Edition by Dajama publishing. The book is named The Most Beautiful Hills for Bicycling. If you enjoy mountain bicycling and by any chance you want to have this amazing guide on your bookshelf, proceed in reading. Also, join our competition. Perhaps you will be lucky!
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