Find guided bike tours in Hamburg

Explore Hamburg by bike

Want to go sightseeing in the second largest city of Germany? Go on and explore the city of Hamburg at your own pace with a touch of grace on a two-wheeler rental bike. Hamburg serves as Germany’s gateway to the world owing to its port of international status. For visitors and locals alike the city offers ideal locations to be explored on bike.

Hamburg is a maritime heritage city of diverse nature with its rich culture, recreational spots, culinary delights, profound history and extensive shopping spots. So your visit to Hamburg will be undeniably fantastic and a rental bike will make it all the more worth it. As the city’s flat terrains are truly ideal to be explored on bike.

The routes alongside the Elbe River are worthy enough to be travelled on a rental bike as they make getting around fun and joyful while also giving you the mesmerising sites to relish on.

Hamburg is great for bikes

Since cycling is the cleanest, healthy and sustainable way of transportation, the majority of cities all around the world are adopting the very culture in their urge to keep the environment clean and citizens healthy. The northern city of Germany is among the many bicycle-friendly cities of the world with a network of 560 KM bicycle paths spread all across the city. Many of the locals rely on this mode of transportation to move around and the visitors too prefer to see the city up close and upfront from behind the handlebars of a two-wheeler. You will spot so many bike rental services across the city for the very same reason.

Kick start your bike and explore the magnificence of the port city of Hamburg

If you want to see how the people of Hamburg really live and move around then what better a way there would be than to rent a bike and cycle past the magnificent St. Michael’s Church, the Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg, the Hamburg Rathaus, Tierpark Hagenbeck (the Germany’s only private zoo), Jungferstieg and so much more.

Immerse in the vibrancy of Hamburg

The city has so many vibrant activities to offer so rent a bike and roll on the streets of Hamburg to capture its beauty and take a glimpse of exhibitions, tradeshows, street festivals, and sports activities along the way. It is so much easier to peek past such activities and participate when you are on a bike. While you are at it don’t forget to savour on the delicacies of Hamburg such as the mouth-watering fish sandwich, Finkenwerder Scholle, Labskaus, Kale, the Hamburg eel soup and so much more. You will be thrilled by the taste of Hamburg’s fine cuisine.

Hamburg is one of the world’s major international and domestic tourist destination. As of 2016, it was ranked 18th in the world for liveability. While UNESCO declared Speicherstadt and Kontorhausviertel as the world heritage sites. So who wouldn’t want to bike around such an amazing and wonderful city which has so much to offer?