It connects the regions along the rivers Drava and Mura with the coastline of Lake Balaton. It includes the Danube-Drava and Balaton-felvidéki national parks in Hungary, and the Mura-Drava Regional Park in Croatia, which is also a cross-border Mura-Drava-Danube biosphere reserve, protected by UNESCO.
Apart from the beautiful natural landscape, the route runs through the following towns: Nagykanizsa, Čakovec, Prelog and Koprivnica, which have beautiful centres and interesting cultural and historical attractions (old manors, museums, galleries). On the route, you can also visit villages that offer an experience of the rural architecture and peaceful living in Pannonia with traditional crafts, ethnographic collections and sacral monuments.
The accommodation capacities tailored to cyclists bear the Cyclist Welcome sign, and are available along the entire route together with a rich gastronomic offer.