2.5 hours | 6 miles
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Behind Bratislava's identity bike tour
Bratislava is a city of celebrated diversity, and nowhere is this more apparent than in ostentatious Old Town, where your brilliant bike tour begins! Along the ride, you'll also cycle along the Danube River, into the city center, its parks, and to its Blue Church.
Unlike the metropolitan urbanism of other city centers, Bratislava's Old Town is defined by its sleepy lull. Described by locals as the city’s ‘village’, your bicycle tour begins by exploring the quiet streets populated by unique shops and bars, and also by some of Slovakia's most important government institutions standing as symbols of the country's long and intriguing history. Once you've explored Old Town center, you'll cycle across the Danube River via the iconic SNP Bridge.
Now in the heart of Bratislava, your sightseeing day tour continues as you ride into the city's oldest park. Just nearby stand the authentic Communist-era housing estates of Petržalka, the architecture that has defined a generation and is a must-see for any visitor. Your journey into modernity continues as the last section of your guided tour sees you pedal to some of Bratislava's peculiar post-industrial projects. Your tour is rounded off at the beautiful 20th Century Blue Church which rises up before your handlebars like a castle out of a fairytale.
Days Start Finish Daily 10:00 am ~12:30 pm Daily 2:00 pm ~4:30 pm
Rate EUR Adult price - 1 guest €110 Adult price - 2 guests €120 Adult price - 3 guests €150 Adult price - 4 guests €160 Adult price - 5 guests €175
- Bike rental
- English-speaking guide
- Soft drink
Meeting place & directions
Michalská 372/9, 811 01 Bratislava, Slovakia
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Frequently asked questions
How do we get to Neuschwanstein Castle?
Approx. 2 hours by train or bus from Munich(depending on the day of travel) to Füssen and Hohenschwangau. From Hohenschwangau, an uphill walk of approx. 30 minutes at a moderate walking pace.
Is the uphill walk from Hohenschwangau to Neuschwanstein Castle difficult?
Not for anyone with average fitness. We do not recommend our day trip to Neuschwanstein Castle to anyone with health or mobility problems.
Is the Neuschwanstein Castle Tour suitable for people with wheelchairs or serious mobility problems?
No, sadly not. An uphill walk is required to reach Neuschwanstein Castle, and the castle interior contains a lot of stairs.
How long does the Neuschwanstein Castle Tour last?
Including transport to from Munich to Füssen and Hohenschwangau and back again, our day trip to Neuschwanstein Castle takes approx. 10 hours.
Are there opportunities to eat during the Neuschwanstein Castle Tour?
Yes, you will have free time to grab lunch before visiting the castle, and your guide will make recommendations of places to visit in the vicinity of Neuschwanstein Castle.
Will we have free time in Neuschwanstein Castle?
Yes, you will have some free time to explore the castle grounds, and also after your visit to the castle interior. Please pay careful attention to the guide’s instructions for meeting times and places – both for the interior Neuschwanstein Castle tour, and also for the return journey from the castle back to Munich.
Audio guides are also available in the following languages: German, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, and Mandarin.
Where do we meet for the day trip to Neuschwanstein?
Radius Tours Office, Dachauer Straße 4, 80335 Munich
When should I be at the meeting point?
Please be at the meeting point 15 minutes before the starting time for your visit to Neuschwanstein Castle. Our tours depart promptly at the advertised time.
What do I need to bring to the Neuschwanstein Castle Tour?
Be sure to wear suitable clothing and comfortable shoes, as we’ll mainly be outside and need to walk uphill to Neuschwanstein Castle. For most of the year, the area around Neuschwanstein has a very pleasant climate, and perfect for tours, but the warm summer months experience occasional rain showers. Please consult the weather forecast before meeting us, and dress accordingly. We advise you to bring water on hot summer days. Our tours go, no matter what the weather.
Should I tip the guide?
Yes, please! It is customary to tip in Munich and Bavaria, and our tour guides certainly appreciate your generosity. They work hard to make our tours perfect, and tips are an important part of their income.
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