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Hot Rod Vienna Daylight Tour

Highlights
  • 2-hour, hot rod driving tour of Vienna
  • Drive a powerful vehicle along a scenic route
  • Follow experienced guides through the city's historic neighborhoods
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Hot Rod Vienna Daylight Tour
From US$125.70
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Hot Rod Tour - 10 amMost Popular
Departure 7 days a week at 10am.
US$125.70
Hot Rod Tour - 12 am
Departure 7 days a week at 12am.
US$125.70
Hot Rod Tour - 4pm
Departure 7 days a week at 4pm.
US$125.70
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Overview
Get behind the wheel of a hot rod for a 2-hour, self-drive tour through Vienna’s wide streets and historic neighborhoods. Meet a team of drivers and guides for a briefing, then put on a helmet and headset and start your engine. Enjoy the chance to explore the city and experience a powerful, exciting car at the same time. With one person per hot rod and an experienced team leader and guide, this is a unique, fun way to take in the best of Vienna.
What to Expect
Choose the start time to suit your schedule and listen as your guide explains the different steps of the tour. Head to the hot rod garage near Vienna’s St Stephan's Cathedral — where your vehicle awaits — then hop into the driving seat, pull on your helmet and hit the road!

Spin through the city streets in style and enjoy the powerful hum of the engine under the hood. Aside from the historical buildings and beautiful weather, Vienna offers perfectly built, wide streets to best experience the hot rod tour.

Along the way, listen via headset as your guide points out key sites of interest in some of Vienna’s diverse neighborhoods, and soak up the Vienna sunshine from the driver’s seat.

After two hours at the wheel, head back to your starting point near St Stephan's Cathedral where your hot rod-driving tour will come to an end.
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1 - 5 of 17 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Kind of like the stallone scene from Driven driving through the streets

For my last day in Vienna I wanted to do something different, this definitely checked the box. Showed up for the 10 a drive with Jakup, usually there are 4 people per tour - I was the only booking, so it was a lucky solo...More

Thank zacharycox84
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fun on 4 Wheels

I want to thank Kristin for the excellent guided tour 13 June 2018. The commentary was very good. But Kristin was always going to win as the cars are just so much FUN!!! Driving on the roads between cars, trucks, buses and trams took my...More

Thank jexodus5
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Hot Rod Tour

FANTASTIC! My 19 year old son and my husband LOVED this tour. Kirstin was the best tour guide! Helpful and organized but really fun! Great way to see the sights and do something really fun and different! Highly recommend this and Kirsten!!

Thank kerrigank1104
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile
Quirky outdoor fun

Feels weirdly funny being so small in between normal cars, but an amazing experience with our instructor(kirstin), Hope to see you again!!

Thank 95ishana
Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile
Fun go-kart tour of Vienna

Today we went on hot rod go-kart tour. It was loads of fun... like real life MARIO kart. Although the weather wasn’t great the tour guide, Kirsten, made it enjoyable. We stopped outside under an arch at one of the Hapsburg palaces while we waited...More

Thank Chris M
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Holly J
1 August 2018|
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Response from Ianstx00 | Reviewed this property |
The instructor is about 5'11"-6' so I'd say 6'2 is ok. I would mention that the bars inside the cart may make it a bit uncomfortable, as you have to straddle them to reach the pedals. Another piece of advice, watch Chris... More
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kris10knight
18 July 2018|
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Response from 24deborah | Reviewed this property |
perhaps a little ...... but the seat moves forward like a car seat ...... i am only 5’1” !!!!! it won’t b perfect but ok!
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MartynC_HK
15 July 2018|
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Response from chefbrik31 | Reviewed this property |
I’m sure its fine
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