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Running tours in Vienna is a fantastic way of discovering the Austrian capital. Both the main sights, but more importantly also the hidden gems that only the locals know of.

On the private running tours in Vienna guests will be met at their hotel by the private running guide, and hit the ground running (pun intended). You as a guest simply choose the tour that suits your interests the most. Are you more the main sights/city centre type of person, then the Downtown tours are for you whereas if you are more interested in running through parks and discover the diversity of Vienna, then Three Parks and Three Disticts tours is probably your thing.

And if want to go all in, then do the XL running tour and you will almost discover every street corner in Vienna on this run.

LACE UP and come run with us!

Receive a 30% discount on all Asics products when booking with Go! Running Tours ViennaOh and by the way – we are teaming up with Asics in Vienna, so whenever you book a running tour with us in Vienna you receive a 30% discount on Asics products either in the local Vienna store or on Asics.com. If you ever needed a reason to book with us – here it is :-)

What our Customers are Saying:

Fantastic Introduction to Vienna!

 

I did the 20km running tour with Steff. It was a terrific orientation to the city. We saw many of the major sights in the central district and got to cross the Danube to East Vienna. Steff was very friendly and knowledgeable. He also provided me with restaurant and museum recommendations and options for places to run while I’m in Vienna. I definitely recommend this tour early in any trip to Vienna.

Andrew, Canada

But hey  – we are not finished talking about Vienna. Because running is one thing, but let’s also cover what type of city you will discover on our running tours.

The cultural heritage of the city is immense, even in the stone age there were already settlers in the area. Starting from there over all epochs like the Roman Empire, the Mediaeval Times, the Siege of Vienna, the Third Reich and the founding of the republic, the city of Vienna lived through some light and some darker times. The architecture and urban landscape remind you of all of these changes.

But there’s also a young spirit and the city is full of life with trendy coffee shops, festivals and a growing startup-scene. Last but not least the river Danube, the Prater, the parks and classic cafes all shape the form of the capital. So on one hand Vienna is this really big multicultural federal city, and at the same time it feels so regional, familiar and even easy to grab. The very best part: You can!