The Danube River separates the districts of Budapest, Hungary, and provides a valuable transportation passage for several countries. Recognized as one of the most important international waterways in Europe, the Danube also presents a wide variety of sporting and recreational opportunities.
Gemenc Forest is a great place to go and see precious wildlife, and is also the river's only tidal area in Hungary. This national park is great for hiking and is home to several rare species, including gyrfalcons, meadow eagles, and storks. Fishing in the Danube used to be an important economic cornerstone, however these days it is less of a necessity and more of a recreational activity. The Danube Delta is one of the largest in Europe, and is a very popular fishing destination.
For those who enjoy cycling, the Danube Bike Trail is one of the most popular ones in the world, as it winds through nine different European countries!
If you have the means, many people would suggest renting a boat and spending a nice summer afternoon on the Danube wakeboarding or water skiing!
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