In total there are about 678 bicycle tours for you to discover within the region of Austria. To get a first glimpse of what’s awaiting outdoor enthusiasts like you in Austria, we created a short highlight list:
A cycling tour that runs from lake to lake, winding through the federal states of Salzburg, Upper Austria and Styria. The entire route covers approximately 350 km from Salzburg to Lake Grundl via Lake Mond, Lake Wolfgang and Lake Hallstätter.
The north-south axis through the wider area - The EuroVelo 9 is part of Europe’s cycling network and links the Baltic Sea to the Adriatic Sea. About 180 km of the route from Danzig to Pula goes through Lower Austria.
An enjoyable bicycle ride through the Valley of the poets (Ferdinand Raimund), and that of the musicians (Johannes Brahms) and the painters Friedrich Gauermann and Leopold Kuppelwieser which leads from Markt Piesting to Gutenstein.
Attention: The Danube cycle path will be renovated until April 2021 in the area Marbach (Krummnußbaum/DuB) - Klein-Pöchlarn and largely diverted in Persenbeug on the south bank to Ybbs and from there to Pöchlarn.
From the Bicycle Museum to the City of the Nibelungs On this scenic long-distance bike path, you travel along the Danube from a small, quiet town called Ardagger to the city of Melk, the western gateway to the Wachau.
Tête-à-tête of culture and nature
On this seventh stage of the Danube Bike Path, long-distance cyclists pedal along the lovely Danube bank promenade in Vienna. Then the path runs along the north bank through the idyllic Danube Wetlands National Park.
Baroque monastery and robber-knight fortress
Along this section of the scenic Danube Bike Path, you ride from Melk, the western “Gateway to the Wachau”, along the Danube to the historic city of Mautern, which played a major role in Ancient Roman times.
Through the enchanted garden to a romantic landscape
The tour takes you via the Danube Bike Path from the Danube town of Emmersdorf through the Wachau, a landscape shaped by human hand, and beyond to Krems, a statutory city on the Danube, i.e. it has the authority of both a city and a district.