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Go! Running Tours in Vienna offer you a sociable, active and fun alternative to a snail-paced walking tour. Discover this city of refined musical class and extravagant imperial architecture while you get a great workout.

Steff, your friendly, knowledgable guide has all kinds of routes tailored to your pace and what you want to see. First time in the Austrian capital? Try the Vienna XL Tour – a 20 km course that covers everything on offer. Whichever route you choose, you’ll have time to take in the sights and snap some epic shots around the city.

So throw your trainers in your suitcase and sign up for one of our running tours in Vienna. What better way to cover the famous and secret sights of one of Europe’s most important historical cities?

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

Whatever the German word for “imperial swagger” is, Vienna has it in buckets. Its architecture is refined and imposing at the same time, emanating a sense of timeless class. Schönbrunn Palace, The Hofburg, Belvedere Palace and St. Stephen’s Cathedral epitomise this grandeur and act as a visual timeline of the city’s fascinating history. Travel from medieval times, through the Golden Age to the turbulent 20th century and the cutting-edge modern day.

But it’s not just a city of architecture. The best philosophers, architects, and psychologists used to meet in Vienna’s salubrious cafés to exchange ideas, invent new sciences and change the world all in a casual afternoon. Vienna earns its reputation as the City of Music with fantastic venues as well as a history of great composers.

If you need a bit of nature to run, we’ve got you covered. You can explore Danube island, next to one of Europe’s most important rivers, as well as exploring three more parks, with our running tours in Vienna.

For some competition, Vienna hosts all kinds of races. The January, February and March all have their own races before the Vienna Marathon lands in April. With many more races throughout the calendar, it is clear that Vienna is a runner’s city.

Go! Running Tours in Vienna will show you all of the Austrian capital’s different faces on your terms. You’ll have the freedom to choose your own time, stop to take pictures, ask questions and more. So leave those extra guidebooks, pack your running shoes and experience Vienna with a local. We’re sure you won’t regret it.