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If you want to see the Prater, the Giant Ferries Wheel, the Danube area and the Hundertwasser House this is the right tour for you! In three hours we cover Vienna's most amazing recreation and green areas by bike.
Biking is cool and convenient: you get to see more, actively experience the city and help to protect the environment. This easy tour is suitable for bikers of all levels and conditions. There are no uphill sections and we generally use bike paths and one-way streets with little traffic.
Your tour guide meets you at your hotel in Vienna. We deliver rental bikes and helmets directly to your hotel and pick them up after the tour.
From the center we pedal along the Danube Canal to the famed Hundertwasser House. Marvel at the colourful broken tiles and the extraordindary architectural elements of Hundertwasser's masterpiece. Afterwards we bike across the ample lowland forest of the Prater. Being Vienna's biggest park, the Prater is almost twice as big as the Central Park in New York City!
We cross the mighty Danube River over one of the bridges to get to the Danube Island. Enjoy the panoramic views of the Danube area while you pedal up the stream past public beaches, BBQ areas and waterski lifts. You also get to see the nearby building of the United Nations and the Danube Tower.
Heading back to the center, we bike across the lively Prater amusement park to the Giant Ferris Wheel - one of Vienna's symbols. If you like, take a ride - the views are breathtaking! Back in the center we bike past the City Park with the golden statue of Johann Strauss, the St. Charles Church and the Musikverein concert hall, where the New Year's concert takes place every year.
Enjoy the individual service and personal atmosphere of this private tour: your knowledgeable guide is ready to respond to (almost) your every request and requirement. Listen to intriguing and amusing stories about Vienna and the Viennese and take advantage of your guides’ insider knowledge. Lots of photo opportunities!