- City bike tour of Vienna
- See the Vienna State Opera, St Stephen's Cathedral and the Albertina
- Bike through the sprawling Heldenplatz at Hofburg Palace
- Ride with your expert guide on bike paths and streets with little traffic
- Morning, afternoon or evening departures
- Bike rental included
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
It lets you combine sightseeing with being active and burning calories, and since there are three different departures throughout the day, it's easy to fit into your holiday plan!
Recent Photos of this Tour
What You Can Expect
Meet your guide at 10am for this bike tour of major Vienna sights. Ride from central Vienna past the majestic Vienna State Opera house to Ringstraße Boulevard with its impressive historical and government buildings including the Austrian Parliament Building (Parlament) and Rathaus (New City Hall). See the grandeur of Hofburg Palace and bike through its grand public square, the Heldenplatz. Follow your guide past the elegant Burgtheater and ornate St Stephen's Cathedral, the seat of the Archbishop of Vienna. View the Albertina, a palatial art museum, and end your 5-mile (8-km) bike ride where you began it.
Set out on your guided bike tour from central Vienna and admire the world-famous Vienna State Opera house. Cross the bustling Karlsplatz and see magnificent St Charles' Church (Karlskirche), visit the colorful Hundertwasserhaus building, and bike through the Wiener Prater with its monumental ferris wheel. After riding across the beautiful blue Danube River, pass the architecturally significant Austrian Postal Savings Bank (Postsparkasse) and sprawling Stadtpark with its famous statue of Johann Strauss II before finishing your 6-mile (10-km) bike ride at your starting point.
This tour is more about enjoying the atmosphere of Vienna rather than checking attractions off your list. Start your guided bike ride in central Vienna and travel through the streets at a leisurely pace. As the sunset casts a gentle glow on grand old buildings, imagine how Vienna looked more than a century ago when the Habsburgs rode through the city on evening carriage rides. Stop at a cafe for a drink and traditional snack -- both included in your tour -- and then continue your ride, admiring majestic Viennese monuments illuminated against the twilight sky. Conclude your 6-mile (10-km) bike tour back in central Vienna.
Took morning tour and it was excellent. Nice pace, great explanations and stories for all the sights. Our tour guide was Horst, ask for him. The best guide we had on a tour.
Horst was one of our European tour highlights. He was very enter naming, informative, and had a lot of little known facts. The ride was excellent and we were able to see a lot in the time. Highly recommend as a way to see Vienna.