The last section of Lake Tisza’s cycle path, between Poroszló and Tiszafüred, was completed by the summer of 2020. Now that it is complete, the second biggest lake in the country can now be cycled around entirely protected from motorised traffic. The cycle path runs along the crest of the dam, giving you a continuous view of the surface of the lake and its watery environment. We’ll give you five good reasons not to miss out on this calming, but spectacular experience.
It’s quick to complete
The small circuit around Lake Tisza is barely 70 kilometres long, which can be easily cycled in three to four hours. It’s better to do the 95-kilometre-long bigger circuit in a whole day, with comfortable stops and bathing. You can even use the ferry between Ároktő and Tiszacsege as an additional item on your list of adventures. There is not much change in altitude, which makes cycling comfortable along the whole way.