Join this private bike tour in Linz to explore the most popular urban highlights and local nature. Enjoy an exciting ride with a private guide who will show you the way around the town. Make unforgettable memories and stay active.
During the 2-hour tour, you will cycle past the Stadtpfarrkirche church to the lovely 17th-century Old Cathedral and then through Linz´s main square, the Hauptplatz. The guide will point out all the interesting landmarks there such as the Old Town Hall, the Neptune Fountain, and the Holy Trinity Column. Then, you will cycle towards Linz Castle, passing by the narrow streets featuring stylish white and pastel houses.
At Castle Park, you can take a short break to admire the beautiful views across the Danube River. You will pass by the old Martinstor (stone gate) and get to the Landhausplatz. You will cycle through the Landhaus inner passage to admire this historic government building from both sides. Then you will see the monolithic Mariendom, also known as the New Cathedral, followed by the Ursuline Church of St Michael.
You will then follow a safe, not crowded route through some lesser-known parts of Linz. You will explore the residential areas, passing by local schools and parks. Enjoy the way the city combines its historic architecture with modern buildings and urban nature. You will see the modern Design Center as well as the stunning 19th-century building of the Francisco Carolinum art museum. Finally, you will return your bike to the rental shop.
Choose the 4-hour version to get even more out of your bike tour. This route includes cycling from Linz main square across the Danube River to see the futuristic glass building of Ars Electronica Center. You will then cycle to the Castle Park, Landhaus, New Cathedral, and the Ursuline Church of St Michael, followed by the Barenberg Park where you will see the Aphrodite Temple. Then, in Bergschlößl Park you will enjoy the relaxing urban nature and see the lovely baroque-style Bergschlössl castle. You will then cycle by the Design Center and the Francisco Carolinum and end the tour at the bike rental shop.