Cycling infrastructure consists mostly of tourist-aimed paths along the river Danube or in the Small Carpathian mountains. Intracity cycling infrastructure is very limited to few separate, unconnected lanes or bidirectional paths. City center has recently received more attention in the terms of bicycle parking (racks) and pictocorridors.
Copenhagen is a leading example of a urban design for the cyclists and coexistence of the different modes of transportation. Together with Amsterdam they are the first cities that started with cycling infrastructure planning.