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Dunav Ultra is the longest cycle route in Bulgaria. It runs for a total of 730 km (455 miles) along the banks of the Danube River (Dunav, in Bulgarian) until it reaches the Black Sea. The starting point of the itinerary is the northwestern-most corner of Bulgaria, namely the village of Kudelin. The cycle route passes through the following towns and geographical areas: Vidin, Lom, Kozloduy, Oryahovo, Gulyantsi, Nikopol, Svishtov, Ruse, Silistra, Dobrich and General Toshevo. The itinerary has become popular over the years through a number of competitive cycle campaigns, in which the key condition for participation is that the route be completed for under 48 hours on a bike. You can learn more about the various sporting challenges HERE.