See the sights of Vienna on a combination of walking and bike tours. In the morning, stroll through the heart of the city, taking in the highlights of Imperial Vienna. In the afternoon, ride along the Ringstrasse and admire the impressive architecture.
What to Expect
Take advantage of this unique combination of tours and discover the best of Vienna. On a morning walking tour you’ll stroll through Vienna's old town, and then spend the afternoon cycling along the Ringstrasse and exploring the outskirts of the city.
Begin your introduction to the Austrian capital on a fun and informative walk through Vienna’s old town. You’ll see many unique and historic attractions, world-famous museums, and monuments.
Your expert guide will provide lots of information about the people, culture, and architecture along the way. Besides the many places you’ll discover, you’ll learn about places you can visit after the tour, including bars, restaurants, and some of the city’s legendary cafés.
During the tour, you’ll get a feel of the glory and sheer size of Imperial Vienna, which was the center of the powerful Habsburg Empire. See St. Rupert’s, the oldest church in Vienna. Stroll through the narrow lanes of the old Jewish quarter. Stop to admire Hofburg Palace, the impressive center of power of the Habsburg family.
You’ll visit the hidden Minoriten Church that’s home to the remarkable mosaic copy of Leonardo da Vinci´s The Last Supper. See St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Gothic masterpiece that’s situated in the very heart of the city.
Afternoon Bike Tour:
Spend your afternoon exploring the city while getting some exercise on a bike tour. Your guide will lead you along safe, well-surfaced routes, making multiple stops at Vienna’s most important sights.
As you cycle on the famed Ringstrasse, you’ll experience the grandeur of Imperial Vienna. Admire the impressive buildings lining this noble boulevard as you pedal by City Hall, Vienna University, the Parliament, the Imperial Palace, the Opera House, the city’s grand museums, and many of the aristocratic palaces of Vienna’s golden age.
Make a quick stop at Heroes’ Square, where Hitler made his infamous Anschluss speech to the Austrian people in 1938. Continue cycling to Hundertwasserhaus, Vienna’s funkiest apartment building. Ride to the Prater and see another of Vienna’s great landmarks, the giant Ferris wheel, before heading back to the city center.
- Guided morning walking tour (up to 2.5 hours)
- Guided afternoon bike tour (up to 3 hours)
- Local taxes and fees
What's Not Included
- Meals and drinks
- Entrance fees