Basic price for our 2,5hrs tours (Ancient, New Zagreb, Solar) is €25 per person. It may vary if you're on a tour on your own, or come with a group, or you're a student - the right answer you'll get when you choose a tour and date. Anyhow, it's worth every penny.
For our city tours, i.e. Ancient tour, New Zagreb tour, Solar system tour and Combo tour you just need to know to ride a bicycle, meaning to find your balance on two wheels. Blue Ride and Sljeme Adventure require more skill and physical condition, but it doesn't mean that you have to a professional every-day cyclist!
Sure, we do have tours in Spanish, Italian, French, German, Portuguese and Russian - you have to book them at least a day in advance and there's the additional cost for languages other than English, 50€ per tour.
You are welcome to contact us.
Yes. The booking procedure is the same as with booking tours. Please visit Rent a bike too.
It would be good to let us know in advance if you're short or very tall, or if you plan to cycle in Zagreb's hilly surroundings, so that we can make sure to prepare the right bicycles for you.
You can put your bag, camera or smaller things in a bicycle basket, or if you've got suitcases or backpacks, you can leave them with us.
We know that some of you cycle in the rain with no problem, but we like to avoid it. In case of rain or if there's a really bad forecast, we'll either reschedule the tour if that's possible for you, or we can do a walking tour with an umbrella ;)
It would be best to arrive 10 minutes before the tour so you have time to choose and adjust your bike and so we can start the tour without having to rush. If for some reason you're delayed, though, don't dismay - we're prepared for late dropping birds.
Absolutely! We've had families with children, older folk and everyone in between, so don't worry. We mainly ride on bicycle lanes, sidewalks and pedestrian areas. Only on about 10% of the whole route do we have to travel on the road, and that's on one-way streets with very little traffic.
It is not obligatory to wear a helmet here, but if you'd feel safer with a helmet, we'll provide you with one.
This isn't a race and you don't have to be an athlete to do the tour! We've had kids on bikes, parents with children in child seats, and even wonderful elderly folks – they've all managed it.
Zagreb is a flat city, ideal for cycling. There is only one uphill section 50m long on the Ancient Tour, and one 100m narrow part on the Solar System Tour, which we usually go through while walking and talking.
The Blue Ride tour is a bit more strenuous. There are 3 uphill and 3 exhilarating downhill sections.
Sure we do! We can stop wherever and whenever you want, for as long as you like!
We don't visit the inside of any buildings, but we'll visit the outside of them and you'll get lots of information, including working hours and entering fees. We'll provide you with a good overview of the many places you'll want to explore further on your own.
Each of our bike tours lasts 2-2,5 hours. If you combine the Ancient tour with New Zagreb tour it will last 4-4,5 hours.
Our walking tour lasts 1,5 hours.
If you'd prefer a Private tour or are in a group of 10+ people, we can arrange a special time, date and itinerary together.
Why not? And you will save 5 €!
Sure you can, don't worry. Since we don't charge you in advance, a simple e-mail or text message with the subject 'Cancelling the Tour' will do, but it's going to be your loss!
Just contact us and we'll find some other possibility. We're quick to reply and are basically online 24/7.
Sure, but be aware that we limit our tours to 12 persons, so maybe your desired tour is fully booked. Anyhow, you can always try your luck!
If you're staying somewhere in the city centre, you can often reach the main square (Ban Jelacic trg) within a 5-10 minute walk, depending on where you're staying. The main Tourist Information center is at the same square. Our courtyard is directly where Ban Jelacic monument is poking with his sword to ;)
Trams no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 17, stop at Ban Josip Jelacic trg, that is the name of the stop as well.