Tour Suggestions for two or more days
We have many tour suggestions for you and we will be happy to help you to organize your personal tour.
- The best, top quality bikes in Vienna - in different frame sizes to assure you a comfortable ride. Just send your height when you book
- You can bring your own seats and pedal clips and we will put them on your bike.
- maps including the Esterbauer BikeLineGuides
- transport for bikes from hotel to train station in Vienna
- panniers (rear saddle bags) or baskets
- helmet, locks, flat changing kit, extra tubes
By Road Bike around Vienna
The area around Vienna is ideally suited for a tour with our high quality racing bikes. Quiet roads and rolling hills guarantee a good workout and an unforgettable scenic experience.
Danube Bike Trail
The Danube Bike Trail offers a wide variety of scenery combined with easy riding. From being squeezed between the cliffs and the river, to cycling through vineyards and orchards, you have it all. Length: Passau - Vienna 335 km (approx. 210 miles); Vienna - Budapest 340 km (approx. 213 miles)
Iron Curtain Bike Trail
Austria - Czech Republic - Slovakia
It begins where Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic come together near Passau, and ends in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. A useful advantage of this route is that you can do as much as you have time for and can be back in Vienna in a few hours by taking a train.
Length: The entire route is about 500km
Kamptal-Thaya-March Cycling Trail
Thaya and March are the names of the rivers that the route follows. You’ll see a part of Austria that is still untouched by tourism.
Length: 425km bike trail, 5 - 7 days
Greenway Bike Trail Vienna-Prague
There are many variations of this trip but this one was the first, long distance cycling trail going through the Czech Republic. Seasoned cyclists will enjoy riding the whole way from Vienna to Prague.
Length: approx. 400km
EuroVelo 9 Amber Route
Brno/Brünn bis Maribor/Marburg
Euro Velo 9 follows the old amber trading route between the Baltic coast at Danzig in Poland and the Adrian coast. From the Czech border to Vienna, through the thermal spa region of Styria to the border to Slovenia and finaly Maribor.
Length: approx. 560km