Hop in the saddle for a bike tour of ancient Zagreb, led by your own private guide. Perfect if you want to discover the city without a large tour group, the experience showcases the sights and history of Zagreb’s Upper and Lower towns with as many stops as you like. You’ll hear the stories behind the Bloody Bridge and Stone Gate, and get tips for the best beer or brandy in town.
Exercise as you go and cover more of Zagreb than you would do by foot
See the highlights of Lenuci’s Green Horseshoe as you learn about the city
Cycle at a pace that’s good for you around Zagreb’s Upper and Lower towns
Enjoy greater interaction with your guide on this private tour of Zagreb
This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Viator Traveler's Reviews
, Feb 2018
We enjoyed our tour of the city of Zagreb. We were not visiting the city for very long, so this gave us a quick overview of the highlights of the city. We happened to be the only people on the tour, so it was very personal. We look forward to visiting Zagreb again in the future!
Loved our bike tour with Bruno. I scheduled our trip on the wrong day but Bruno very graciously rescheduled for the next morning.
A great way to see the city in the short amount of time we had for Zagreb. Gave us some great suggestions for our trip to PlitviceP. So per his suggestions we got off the beaten path and ate at a wonderful place. Thank you Bruno for a great tour! D. Collins
Excellent way to see the city and our guide was very knowledgeable and gave us an insight into
both social and historical facts and opinions about Zagreb and Croatia as a whole.
Very interesting and worthwhile.
I definitely recommend the Zagreb bike tour--Bruno was professional, insightful, and tailored the tour according to our preferences. He was also very friendly and great for conversation. I believe it was our favorite part of Zagreb, and Bruno's advice definitely helped us on the rest of our trip through Croatia.