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Vienna Sight Running is the ideal offer to explore the city running. Run the city with our experienced guides. Feel the pulse of Vienna and train extraordinarily.

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Little time to explore the city but you want to feel the flair of Vienna? Then Vienna Sight Running is your best choice! See the greatest landmarks of Vienna, text us if you have special preferences or you want to customize your run. We offer you guided running tours through Austria´s capital city. We know the best, the easiest and the most challenging ways.   

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Individual coaching and safety is essential for our running sessions. Therefore, a guide runs with a group of one to four people. In that way you can get the best of our running experts´ knowledge and you can enjoy Vienna at full length. With prior arrangement, we can also offer special runs for bigger groups.

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Running Tour in Vienna (Austria)

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Come run with me in the private gardens of the royal family!

Surely, this experience is simply about running, but maybe running with a local in a new and foreign city in order for you not to get out of your personal sports routine, is what you need?!

Besides the company, I would provide personal insights as I attented different fitness courses for the past 2 years.

I would meet with you in 2 different times of the day: # for early birds at 8am #for an empowering evening workout at 6pm. Meeting point: Schönbrunn Gate Hietzing

8-9 AM & 18-19 AM

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VIENNA XL TOUR – 20K

You would like to see all the different faces of Vienna in one single tour? Then the Vienna XL tour is the one for you!

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Runner on the ground - ELISABETH NIEDEREDER

This 20 km running tour includes – of course not all – but most of the highlights of all the other tours combined. This is your unique chance to see the green, the old, the hidden and the main sights.

Starting at Vienna’ s city center we will enter the old imperial city with the beautiful baroque St. Charles’ Church as one of our first goals followed by the beautiful Belvedere palace.

Of course we will enjoy the majestic Ring Road with its architectural masterpieces and magnificent buildings like the Parliament, the State Opera, the University and many more. Alongside the Danube Canal runners will feel Vienna’s urban vibe where street art, clubs and beach bars portray the modern life of the capital.

Slowly the cityscape begins to change, as we arrive at the Prater, Vienna’s running hotspot and green oasis. We aim for one of Vienna’s most famous landmarks – the Giant Ferris Wheel and enter “Wurstelprater”. As one of the oldest amusement parks in the world it is quite the opposite of the surrounding green park and a popular place for local Viennese to hang out on weekends. Finally we will reach the “Imperial Bridge”, that leads us to the grand finale – Danube Island. From here the runners have beautiful views of Vienna’s skyline with the Vienna International Center and Donau City Tower making their unique mark on the skyline. After a lot of impressions and one last crossing of the river we will head back together with the local subway.

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Since this is a private tour, you will define the pace and have plenty of time to take pictures, if you so wish. There will also be at least one drinking water station during the run (only during summer). We are visiting some parks that open at 6.30 in the morning and close at 10 in the evening during summer, and at 7.30 am and 5.30 pm during the winter. It is possible to book this tour for hours outside the park opening times, but be aware that we will not be able to enter the parks, and the route will therefore be slightly altered. The tour will still be a great one we promise you.

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Individual pace

English, German

Hotel pick-up or standard meeting point

1 person € 165.00 /person

2 persons € 88.00 /person

3-30 persons € 66.00 /person

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Nadia Patry

Rated 5 out of 5 Easy to Book and Enjoyed a Phenomenal Run Tour of Vienna

Nadia Patry – June 13, 2022

Very easy online booking. The primary Vienna contact, Elisabeth was very responsive and helpful in getting me prepared for the tour (where to meet, what to bring, target pace for the run…everything). My run guide, Dani, was phenomenal – a Viennese resident, professional historian and marathon/distance runner – perfect combination for a running tour guide. My intent was to get in a “recovery” training run and learn about the city, and both were great. Dani even thought to route us through the final stretch of race where Eliud Kipchoge broke the 2 hour barrier in the marathon in Vienna…I had forgotten this event happened in Vienna, and the joy in running that same final stretch and seeing where it happened is something I’ll remember for the rest of my life. Can’t wait to do another running tour next time I’m in a foreign city!

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William Marder

Rated 5 out of 5 Great Run With Elisabeth!

William Marder – August 1, 2021

Today, I did the Vienna XL Tour with Elisabeth. This tour is a must for any tourist in Vienna. Elisabeth is a super guide. She is both a great runner and a great tour guide. Vienna is a breathtakingly beautiful city. There were times when the stunning architecture left me speechless. I highly recommend runners of any ability book this tour for their first day in Vienna. That way, you can see the major sites and figure out your way around town without any wasted time. There is so much to see in Vienna it would be a shame to miss out on this tour. Elisabeth is an excellent resource both to see the important sites and to learn about the city. It was also a cool experience to run with a great runner. She is a former professional runner who has run sub 3-hour marathons. Whether you are a casual runner who just wants to see the major sites or a more serious runner who would like a great workout, this is the tour for you.

Ciaran

Rated 4 out of 5 20k night run in Vienna

Ciaran – August 9, 2019

Steffen is a great guy. A 20k night run is a cool way to see Vienna which is beautiful. The route hit all the interesting spots. Only suggestion for improvement is to lower the price a little.

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Vienna’s famed ‘Ring Road’ ( Ringstraße ) is a ~5km loop built along the former medieval city fortifications. It’ a great opportunity to see many important Vienna landmarks, while getting a workout in!  There’s good variety, including some of the city’s finest buildings, several important parks, and a jaunt along the Danube paths. This is a ‘busy’ run — the main road is traffic-y and there are lots of people on a busy day. But there are dedicated walking paths much of the way, and an opportunity to run through some of the parks aligning the road. Best to go early!

A good starting point is the Schottenring subway stop, near the water. Head away from the water, along Schottenring. After 1km, reach the University of Vienna and Sigmund Freud Park, and the Rathausplatz park (ice rink in winter, cinema in summer). At 1.7 km, reach Volksgarten Park, opposite Parliament, and then Heldenplatz , in front of the old imperial Hofburg Palace, and then the more formal Burggarten with its conservatory (you can run through the parks here instead of the square). A kilometer later, turning back toward the water, reach the Stadpark, an English-style, 19th-century public park with a river, ornate bridges & gilded Johann Strauss statue. Several hotels line the park. Run through the park’s paths for just under 1km, and then see the impressive Regierungsgebäude government office before reaching the water. Then, run along the waterside paths or the path along the main road, back to the start.

There are lots of add-on and variety options here — run through the parks instead of along the road, continue along the water for more mileage, or hop across one of the bridges to the Prater Park.

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  • 6 km (3.7 miles) loop. Lots of opportunities to add on
  • Schottenring subway stop a good start point, or any point along ring road depending on where you're staying
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Vienna Running Collective

Uniting vienna’s running enthusiasts – the vibrant journey of vienna running collective.

Vienna, a city known for its stunning architecture and rich cultural heritage, is now making strides in the running, thanks to the Vienna Running Collective (VRC). Founded in January 2022 by  Thamsanqa  and  Florian , VRC has emerged as a remarkable running crew that embodies the essence of mutuality, acceptance, and fun. This article takes you on a thrilling journey through their inspiring story, showcasing the unique qualities that make VRC stand out in the vibrant running culture of Vienna.

The Birth of Vienna Running Collective

In the heart of Vienna, an idea was born that would bring runners from all walks of life together to form a tight-knit community. Thamsanqa and Florian, the visionary founders of VRC, envisioned a crew that would bridge the gap between traditional and professional running clubs. Their goal was clear: to guide ambitious runners in Vienna towards their individual and collective goals as a unit.

A Lifestyle, Not Just a Sport

For the members of VRC, running isn’t just a sport; it’s a lifestyle. They celebrate those who choose this path, push their limits, and work together to achieve their personal best, both inside and outside of running. What sets VRC apart is their dedication to embracing the social aspect of being a running community, a facet often overlooked by other running clubs.

At Vienna Running Collective, mutual support is the cornerstone of their success. Members come together weekly for group runs, such as the thrilling “Tempo Tuesday” and the rewarding “Long Sunday.” During these sessions, the crew encourages each other, shares the workload, and pushes boundaries. It’s all about challenging oneself beyond expectations while fostering a sense of camaraderie that propels everyone forward.

Diverse Paces for Everyone

One of the hallmarks of VRC is its inclusivity. Whether you’re a seasoned marathoner or a beginner, this crew has a place for you. Paces during group runs vary, catering to different fitness levels. From brisk intervals to steady long runs, VRC ensures every member finds their groove and contributes to the collective energy.

On Tuesdays, the Vienna Running Collective unleashes the speed demons within its community with “Tempo Tuesday.” The excitement begins at 18:45, and runners are advised to come already warmed up, having logged 15-20 minutes of easy running, ready to dive into some exhilarating drills. The location varies between the lightning-fast WLV Track and the iconic Prater Hauptallee, where you’ll be surrounded by the city’s history. It’s all about going FAST on Tuesdays, and the VRC community thrives on the challenges posed by tempo and interval runs. These sessions are designed to keep you ambitious and inspired, with paces that will push your limits.

But Sundays are a different story – it’s all about embracing the classic Long Run. Whether you’re an experienced marathoner or a newbie, this diverse crew has a place for you. Depending on the workout, the paces range from 3:10 to 5:30 min/km, so you’ll find your perfect rhythm. Running together makes the long run feel shorter and fosters a sense of unity among the crew. Matching the training and paces to similar race goals ensures everyone benefits from these sessions.

Community Social Runs with Vienna Running Collective

VRC knows the importance of community, so they host Community Social Runs once a month. These events are not just about running; they are an opportunity to bring all runners together, foster new friendships, and strengthen the sense of belonging that defines Vienna Running Collective. It’s not just about the miles; it’s about the friendships formed along the way. So, come on down and find your pace group, whether you’re aiming for 20-35 km or prefer to measure your runs by time – 90 minutes to 2 hours of pure running joy. It’s more than just running; it’s a way of life!

What’s remarkable about VRC is its commitment to making running accessible to all. They have done away with membership fees, welcoming anyone passionate about running. All they ask for is commitment, dedication, support for each other, and respect for the running community.

Vienna Running Collective – In A Nutshell

The Vienna Running Collective shines as a beacon of unity, acceptance, and sheer passion for the sport in the heart of Vienna’s running culture. Their journey, filled with camaraderie, mutual support, and inclusive runs, inspires all. As the sun sets on the city’s historic streets, VRC members continue to chase their dreams, proving that running is a sport and a way of life. Join them, and you’ll discover that the natural beauty of running lies in the shared experience and the connections forged on the open road. Vienna’s running culture is alive and well, and it’s a culture that embraces all who have the heart to run.

Headline: Running in Vienna: Where History Meets Fitness

Vienna, the imperial jewel of Europe, isn’t just a city steeped in history and culture. It’s also a paradise for runners, with its captivating blend of stunning architecture, lush parks, and vibrant running culture. At the heart of Vienna’s running scene lies the Vienna Running Collective (VRC), a dynamic crew that embodies the city’s spirit of mutuality, acceptance, and fun. Let’s lace up our running shoes and explore the exhilarating world of running in this picturesque city.

Discovering Vienna’s Running Paradise

Vienna isn’t just a city; it’s a runner’s dream. With its network of scenic routes and well-maintained trails, every stride taken here is a journey through history and natural beauty.

One of the city’s most iconic running spots is the  Prater Hauptallee , a historic avenue where you can channel your inner Eliud Kipchoge. This broad, tree-lined boulevard stretches for 4.3 kilometres, providing a perfect setting for tempo runs and intervals. As you dash down the avenue, you’ll be surrounded by the lush greenery of Prater Park, Vienna’s oldest and most famous park.

For those seeking a more tranquil escape, Vienna offers a serene oasis along the Danube River. The riverside paths are ideal for long, scenic runs, especially at sunrise or sunset when the city’s landmarks come alive with warm hues. You can embark on a picturesque journey from the  Reichsbrücke  to the  Danube Island . This route allows you to bask in the beauty of the river and soak in the view of Vienna’s modern skyline.

Vienna’s Running Events: A Feast for Every Runner

Vienna doesn’t just offer breathtaking running routes; it also hosts various running events throughout the year.

If you’re a marathon fan, don’t miss the  Vienna City Marathon  and Half Marathon. These races wind through the heart of Vienna, taking you past iconic landmarks like the Vienna State Opera, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, and the Schönbrunn Palace. It’s a historical tour with your running shoes on!

For a different kind of challenge, check out the  Vienna Night Run 5K , a unique nighttime race that bathes the city in a warm glow. With thousands of participants, it’s a thrilling event that combines running with Vienna’s vibrant nightlife.

But if you want to run for a cause, the  Wings for Life World Run  is a global race with a unique format. Runners worldwide start simultaneously, and the finish line is the “Catcher Car,” which chases runners down. It’s a race against time and an opportunity to contribute to spinal cord research.

Other Running Crews in Vienna

Vienna’s running scene is vibrant, with several other running crews making their mark in the city. One such crew is Vie Run, known for its urban exploration runs that take participants through Vienna’s most iconic streets.

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Running in Vienna

Endurance runners, die-hard hikers and passionate walkers will the best routes in Vienna all year round. The world-famous Vienna City Marathon shows you how: pick up the speed and experience the city at the double.

Jogging, walking, hiking

Baroque parks, bustling promenades by the water, old lanes and hilly vineyards make Vienna a unique location for outdoor sports. Getting to the starting point by Vienna public transport is quick and easy. From the idyllic Vienna Woods in the west to the natural Lobau in the east, the city is criss-crossed by many different running and hiking routes of various qualities.

The Prater is located very centrally and is one of the most popular jogging destinations for the city’s residents. Especially in summer, athletes can find protection from the sun in the shady Auwald or on the 4 km-long, chestnut tree-line Prater Hauptallee . You’ll never be alone here – joggers, cyclists and even horses can be seen here almost around the clock, all year long. And if an avenue isn’t enough, you’ll find may branching paths that offer new routes in the Augarten .

Running by the water

Running along the water offers the best by way of motivation. Endurance runners will find flat, asphalted routes for a higher speed on the 21 km-long Danube Island . Jogging along the promenade of the Danube Canal might be all straight ahead, but you do get to see the occasional boat go by. And on the Old Danube , you can simply jump into the cool water if need be. Running is even possible at night, because the routes are fully illuminated.

Never has sightseeing been so sporty: Impressive structures along the Ringstrasse boulevard motivate people to simply continue running and let time pass in a flash.

The Arsenal and the Upper Belvedere can be particularly well combined in one route as they are only 1.5 km apart. A special tip is the botanical garden in summer, because where else in Vienna can you run through a bamboo grove?

Joggers can find out what running with a view means in Schönbrunn . At the Gloriette , a view of Vienna instantly wipes aways the exertion. A review of Vienna's history awaits athletes in Türkenschanzpark : Monuments and fountains here remind visitors of times gone by.

Vienna's metropolitan area also has a few things in store: Run uphill and downhill through Vienna's vineyards , where the award-winning Viennese wine grows. From spring through late autumn, you can taste it on a well-earned break at a real Viennese heuriger .

Variety sought

Fitness fanatics yearning for routes off the beaten track can get their money's worth at special places in Vienna. The Laaer Wald park with the adjacent Bohemian Prater is a real secret tip. You can run in the Cemetery of the Nameless , St. Marx Cemetery or Vienna's Central Cemetery , where there are even two signed running routes.

Running to schedule

From the Prater to the Old Danube , many places have specially signed routes. At the respective starting point and end point of each route, there are "Running Checkpoints" with details on the length, course and peculiarities of that respective route, as well as useful running tips. You can find information about the routes at www.wienläuft.at .

Sightseeing on the run

Running events.

  • Vienna City Marathon: more than 40,000 participants and 300,000 spectators come to Vienna for the mega-event every year in the spring. More information
  • Vienna Urban Trail: Run through the city in March
  • Vienna City Marathon: in April
  • Austrian Women's Run: run by women for women in May
  • Wings for Life World Run: charity run for spinal cord research. More information
  • Ich helfe laufend: charity run for children in the spring
  • X-Cross Run :obstacle course in June in the Krieau and in the Prater
  • Pride Run Vienna: "Run for Acceptance" in June
  • Mammoth March (Mammutmarsch) in Vienna : 50-kilometer march
  • Vienna Night Run: in September/October
  • Sie+Er Lauf (She+He Run): in November
  • New Year's Eve Run: December 31

Green Prater between Praterstern and Winterhafen

  • www.wien.gv.at
  • +43 1 40 00 80 42

Accessibility

  • Parking spaces for people with disabilities at Riesenrad (Giant Ferris Wheel) and Schweizerhaus (1.-Mai-Strasse)
  • Wheelchair accessible restroom available.

Wheelchair-accessible restrooms: Messegelände / Parkplatz, 1.-Mai-Strasse (in the middle), Calafattiplatz.

Danube Island

  • http://www.donauinsel.wien.at

Danube canal promenade

  • www.alte-donau.info

Ring Boulevard

Upper belvedere (oberes belvedere).

Please note: If visiting the Upper Belvedere, you must make a free reservation for a time slot for group travelers (from 10 people).  https://www.belvedere.at/en/tourism-b2b Monday to Sunday, 9.00 am - 5.00 pm Email: [email protected] Telephone: +43 1 795 57-333

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Additional information on the offer:

- 1,50€ on the current entry ticket price (Upper Belvedere) - 2,50€ on the current entry ticket price (Upper and Lower Belvedere)

Opening times

  • daily, 09:00 - 18:00

Open from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. during July and August 2024.

  • no steps (Swinging doors 102 cm wide)
  • Parking spaces for people with disabilities Parking space for visitors with disabilities in front of the entrance at Prinz-Eugen-Strasse 27, Parking: 10 am – 6 pm
  • Door 150 cm wide
  • Seeing eye dogs allowed

Reduced admission for people with disabilities and assistants. "See differently" guided tours (tactile tours) in the Upper Belvedere for blind and visually impaired visitors. The following topics can be booked in advance: A palace to touch - the new tactile model of the Upper Belvedere Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller and his time Gustav Klimt's main work "The Kiss" Multimedia guides with videos in Austrian Sign Language (OGS) are available for deaf visitors. Over 30 videos provide information on selected works from the collection in the Upper Belvedere as well as on the palace and gardens and the history of the Belvedere

2 elevators reachable via a ramp (staff will provide assistance), wheelchairs available at the cloakroom. Shop/café: a few steps (staff will provide assistance).

Botanical garden of the University of Vienna

Schönbrunn Palace Park Entrance at Hietzinger Tor

  • http://www.bundesgaerten.at
  • daily, 06:30 - 19:00
  • daily, 06:30 - 20:00
  • daily, 06:30 - 21:00
  • daily, 06:30 - 17:30

Sightseeing-train through the palace park with hydraulic auto-lift for wheelchairs. Daily between 10 am and 6 pm from mid March until the end of October. Reduced price for wheelchair-users.

Daily until dusk, some sights only accessible through gentle climbs and over gravel paths.

  • http://www.schoenbrunn.at
  • +43 1 811 13 239  (Terrace)
  • +43 1 879 13 11  (Café)

Benefits of the Vienna City Card : -20%

Standard ticket price: 5,50€ / reduced ticket price: 4,50€ Tickets available on site

  • daily, 09:30 - 17:30
  • daily, 09:30 - 18:30
  • daily, 09:30 - 17:00
  • daily, 09:30 - 16:00

Main entrance: 25 steps to the ticket office, 76 steps to the terrace, door width: Terrace: 101 cm, ticket office: 81 cm, single revolving door, turnstile: 53 cm.

wheelchair-accessible restroom, approx. 50 m to the west in the park,

Türkenschanz Park

between Peter-Jordan-Straße, Gregor-Mendel-Straße, Hasenauerstraße and Max-Emanuel-Straße

The Bohemian Prater (Böhmischer Prater)

  • https://www.boehmischer-prater.com
  • +43 650 26 29 928
  • April to October

Cemetery of the Unnamed (Friedhof der Namenlosen)

  • http://friedhof-der-namenlosen.at/
  • März daily, 07:00 - 18:00
  • April daily, 07:00 - 19:00
  • Mai - August daily, 07:00 - 20:00
  • September Mo - Sa, 09:00 - 21:00
  • Oktober Mo - Sa, 09:00 - 21:00
  • November - Februar daily, 07:00 - 17:00

Entering the property is at your own risk. Please follow the access signs over the dam. In exceptional cases, access may be closed due to handling work.

Recordings (film, photo, sound) are only permitted for private purposes, for commercial purposes you require permission from the landowner.

Cemetery of St. Marx (Friedhof St. Marx)

  • October - March daily, 06:30 - 18:30
  • April - September daily, 06:30 - 20:00
  • (Door 76 cm wide)

Gravel path to Mozart's tomb.

Central Cemetery (Zentralfriedhof)

  • http://www.friedhoefewien.at
  • +43 1 534 69
  • daily, 08:00 - 17:00
  • daily, 07:00 - 18:00
  • daily, 07:00 - 19:00

Honorary tombs: Main Entrance (2nd Gate, access by car possible on the blue paths), free with ID. One can apply for the access card at the Infopoint (2nd Gate). Wheelchair-accessible restroom accessible with "Euro-Key" near Hall 3, in the cemetery church and at the cemetery office (ramp), gravel paths.

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    Note: If you'd like to have a guided running experience in Vienna, we highly recommend partner Go! Running Tours. There is wonderful running in Vienna, with a great variety, easily accessible. The centerpiece are three separate routes along the Danube: the main river paths, the 21 km path along the adjoining Donauinsel (Danube Island), and ...

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    Also as a Go Running Tours Vienna customer you'll get 30% off. Laufsport Blutsch. The independent running store hidden in the 6 th district of Vienna is an institution in the Viennese running world. Every local runner visits "wise man" Blutsch at some point to get the perfect pair of shoes.

  4. Vienna Running Races 2024

    The best way to get to know the city before your big race is a sight running tour with a local guide to show you the highlights and hidden secrets of the city. Below we have listed some of the best Vienna Running Races 2024; Main Vienna Running Races 2024 Vienna City Marathon. Date: 21 April 2024. Start Time: 9 am

  5. Vienna Sight Running

    Then Vienna Sight Running is your best choice! See the greatest landmarks of Vienna, text us if you have special preferences or you want to customize your run. We offer you guided running tours through Austria´s capital city. We know the best, the easiest and the most challenging ways. READ MORE.

  6. Go! Running Tours Vienna

    It was a great tour and I certainly recommend Steff to anyone who is looking for a fantastic running tour in Vienna!!! Read more. Written December 30, 2017. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards.

  7. THE 10 BEST Vienna Running Tours (with Prices)

    THE 10 BEST Vienna Running Tours. 1. The best of Vienna on foot. You will participate in a tour with a certified guide, you will discover the fascinating history of this city and the most…. 2. Vienna Underground Guided Walking Tour. Acquire a new perspective on Vienna with a guided tour of the city's underworld.

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    Top Vienna Region Running Tours: See reviews and photos of Running Tours in Vienna Region, Austria on Tripadvisor.

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    These experiences are best for running tours in Vienna: Area and architectural tour to secrets of the MuseumsQuartier; The Cultural Heritage of Jewish Vienna walking tour; Vienna Underground Guided Walking Tour; The best of Vienna on foot; City game scavenger hunt Vienna - independent city tour I discovery tour; See more running tours in Vienna ...

  10. Sightseeing on the run

    The team of Vienna SightRunning offers four different routes through city on its running tours. Participants can choose between a run through the Old City (classic and extended route), a route from the Wien River to Danube Island, and the final option: a run along the Danube to Kahlenbergerdorf. Individual tours are also put together for groups.

  11. Go! Running Tours Vienna

    City Running or also known as Sightrunning is a guided sightseeing tour. Your running guide will take you jogging through the streets of Vienna allowing you to experience up close the cultural, historical and architectural highlights of the City. Sightjogging is the ideal way to combine an unforgettable sightseeing experience with your regular ...

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    Top Vienna Running Tours: See reviews and photos of Running Tours in Vienna, Austria on Tripadvisor.

  13. Top 20 Running Trails in Vienna

    Styria. Carinthia. Vorarlberg. Lower Austria. Burgenland. Lienz. Discover the best running trails in Vienna: See interactive maps and full route profiles of the best places to run—and browse other runners' photos and tips!

  14. Vienna

    Running Tour in Vienna (Austria) Come run with me in the private gardens of the royal family! Surely, this experience is simply about running, but maybe running with a local in a new and foreign city in order for you not to get out of your personal sports routine, is what you need?!

  15. Vienna Xl Tour

    This 20 km running tour includes - of course not all - but most of the highlights of all the other tours combined. This is your unique chance to see the green, the old, the hidden and the main sights. Starting at Vienna' s city center we will enter the old imperial city with the beautiful baroque St. Charles' Church as one of our first ...

  16. GO! RUNNING TOURS VIENNA

    It was a great tour and I certainly recommend Steff to anyone who is looking for a fantastic running tour in Vienna!!! Read more. Written 30 December 2017. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards.

  17. Ring Road Loop

    Vienna's famed 'Ring Road' (Ringstraße) is a ~5km loop built along the former medieval city fortifications. It' a great opportunity to see many important Vienna landmarks, while getting a workout in! There's good variety, including some of the city's finest buildings, several important parks, and a jaunt along the Danube paths. This is a 'busy' run — the main road...

  18. THE TOP 10 Vienna Running Tours (w/Prices)

    Take advantage of a guide's local knowledge to visit places around Vienna you wouldn't find on your own on this small-group walking tour. Walk around Vienna's historical center as your guide tells you stories of the city and shows you both the city's main sights, but also hidden spots that only locals know, such as secret passages, secluded courtyards, and even hidden paintings.

  19. Vienna Running Collective

    Explore Vienna's running culture with Vienna Running Collective. Discover scenic routes and the city's vibrant running scene. Submit/Update Crew; Vienna, Austria. 1683 Bagels Cafe. Founded in: 01.01.2022. ... It's a historical tour with your running shoes on! For a different kind of challenge, ...

  20. THE TOP 10 Running Tours in Vienna (w/Prices)

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  21. Running in Vienna

    Running in Vienna. Endurance runners, die-hard hikers and passionate walkers will the best routes in Vienna all year round. The world-famous Vienna City Marathon shows you how: pick up the speed and experience the city at the double. ... "See differently" guided tours (tactile tours) in the Upper Belvedere for blind and visually impaired ...

  22. Top 20 Running Trails in the Vienna Woods

    Mostviertel. Krems an der Donau. Waldviertel. Weinviertel. Neunkirchen District. Wiener Neustadt. Bruck an der Leitha. Föhrenwald. Discover the best running trails in the Vienna Woods: See interactive maps and full route profiles of the best places to run—and browse other runners' photos and tips!