The 40-kilometre cycle path starting from and returning to the walls of Eger Castle leads through the historical and natural assets of Eger’s surroundings and is relatively easy to complete. When in Egerszalók, you can visit the thermal bath, but if you wish to continue cycling after having visited the salt hills, we recommend you take a break at the hive stones, where locals have carved dwellings, storage spaces, cellars and beehives in the soft rhyolitic tuff. In Verpelét, you can visit the best-conserved volcanic formation in Hungary, a parasitic crater that was uncovered by an abandoned quarry. You can climb up the mountain by following an educational trail and enjoy the view of the Tarna Valley from the top. By passing through Tarnaszentmária and Egerszólát, you will return to Eger, where you should visit the Castle and end your trip with an obligatory glass of wine in the Valley of Beautiful Women.