Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Vienna Super Saver: City Walking Tour plus Highlights Bike Tour. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
I really enjoyed the friendly guides, their willing to help and provide information. Also respecting the time agreed for the tour. Also the idea of the bike tour was really worth trying ;)
Wonderful Tour - and Guide was humorous while providing many insights to the sites and culture as well, deftly interspersing his presentation with personal touches. By the end we felt as if we were all friends!
Wonderful Tour - and Guide was humorous while providing many insights to the sites and culture as well, deftly interspersing his presentation with personal touches. By the end we felt as if we sere friends.
Loved these tours the waling tour guide was brilliant and the bike ride Wow what an experience.
I thought our guide was really good and enthusiastic about the city she clearly loves (and now we do too).
We didn't go on the bike tour in the afternoon but instead went to the Danube Music Festival (no refund but that was expected).
City walking tour: 5+
Beautiful city, rich history, knowledgeable and passionate guide, just the right pace... We could not have asked for more. Highly recommended!
Bike tour: tour itself 5+, the guide 3 stars :(
Riding a bike in Vienna is a unique experience that should not be missed!
For those who are concerned about safety: yes, it is perfectly safe :)
There are clearly marked bicycle lanes that both cars and pedestrians respect (which is not the case in Chicago where we live, for example). Also, considering number of people riding bicycle, it seems to be the favorite mean of transportation for locals; thus, car drivers pay close attention to them. At no point in time during our 3 hour ride from one part of Vienna to another one I had any worry about our safety.
Thanks to the bike tour we were able to see parts of the city and some great landmarks that are not close to the city center and thus often omitted during your stay. The same tour would take many days if visiting by foot or public transportation in combination with walking; I am so happy that we have had a chance to see them.
It also gave you the opportunity to decide what you would like to explore further in following day vs. selecting sightseeing sites blindly, based on some travel book recommendation.
And you were a local, at least for 3 hours :)
The guide was unfortunately a girl who is a student and who has been living in Vienna for the last 6 months. Maybe because of that, we heard a lot about night clubs and that kind of stuff that no one in the group cared about. In addition, negative feelings about Vienna’s locals were present a little bit too much. And almost nothing was said about the history and the facts.
Since there was an overlap btw morning and afternoon tours in terms of places that were visited, you could easily say how much was missing in the afternoon bike tour, which is sad.
Nevertheless, bike tour itself was such a great experience that we'd have taken it again regardless.
A full day of seeing Vienna. Not too difficult for 2 60+ adults. Few places were duplicated and we got to travel further out with the bikes.
The afternoon bike ride was very fun especially for someone with little bike experience. The ride is 3 hours but on flat land so very easy ride.
Both our our guides for the morning walking and afternoon biking tour were very enthusiastic and knowledgable about Vienna. There was not sufficient time to get a lunch and do any exploring on our own, before we had to be back for the bike ride portion of the tour in the afternoon. There was some overlap in information from the morning tour, given in the afternoon. In hindsight, it would have been better for our family to just do the bike portion. During that segment, we covered more ground and received a lot of same information we did in the morning walking tour.