Wine Tasting Full-Day Bike Tour of the Wachau Valley

Sample delicious local wines at small family-run wineries on this scenic Austrian wine-tasting bike tour. Starting in historic Vienna, you’ll bike along the Danube while taking in towns, wine taverns and the beautiful Wachau Valley.


Taste the wines of the Wachau Valley on this full-day bike tour

Bike in stunning wine country along well maintained bike paths

Taste local wines at family-run wineries

Escape from the city for a day and soak in the gorgeous rural scenery

Meet other travellers in small, friendly groups

Choose to enjoy a delicious lunch in a local wine tavern

Master the art of wine tasting and refine your palate

Learn about the history of the region from a fun guide

Cycle through Austria's best and most famous wine region, the Wachau Valley

Swim in the Danube, or join a game of beach cricket or beach volleyball on breaks

Enjoy amazing wines from local wineries in this breathtaking full-day bike tour of Wachau Valley. Experience the fresh air and beautiful sights of one of Austria's best wine regions.

Your guide will lead you through beautiful vineyards, through small towns and even medieval castle ruins. Complete with an optional lunch in a wine tavern, this is the perfect tour for active travelers and wine lovers.

The tour begins in Vienna, Austria’s cultural heart, and follows the Danube River into the Wachau Valley. Well maintained bike paths will take you from one winery to the next where you will taste local wines.
Your guide will explain the process of winemaking as well as local history and people.

You’ll learn the art of wine tasting in a casual, fun environment. Enjoy a sip of wine as you chat with the small group on this friendly tour.

Lots of breaks will allow you to swim in the Danube, join a game of beach volleyball or explore the areas around the bike paths.

Choose to have lunch in an authentic Austrian wine tavern and have a meal you’ll tell friends and family about.

The Wachau Valley was voted "Best Historic Destination of the World" in 2008. Come find out why on this refreshing nine mile (15 km) bike tour.