The north-south axis through the wider area - The EuroVelo 9 is part of Europe’s cycling network and links the Baltic Sea to the Adriatic Sea. About 180 km of the route from Danzig to Pula goes through Lower Austria. The approximately 55-kilometre long section of the EuroVelo 9, which links Vienna’s city boundary at Inzersdorf/Vorarlberger Allee to Kleinwolkersdorf in Vienna New Town, is called the ‘Thermenradweg’.
The thermal region is an appealing place for cyclists with a fine taste for enjoyment. The Thermenradweg also provides convenient access to the legendary wine-growing country. The flat route starts at Vienna’s city boundary (Vorarlberger Allee), passes through Vösendorf, traverses a well-asphalted stretch in the direction of Laxenburg and continues further through the sun-kissed thermal region. The Thermenradweg now covers a wide stretch next to the Wiener Neustadt Canal which passes Pfaffstätten. This route then leads to Vienna New Town, and continues further up to Kleinwolkersdorf. The gentle hills at the southeast edge of the Vienna Woods, where wine flourishes so well, are always in view. The thermal region is a truly excellent spot for wine taverns. In addition to offering many beautiful views, the route is also pleasantly flat. The richly diverse cycling experience can be customised to meet individual needs thanks to an exemplary railway connection.
Connection from Vienna - Vienna Central Station along the Laxenburgradweg via Voralberger Allee to the Thermenradweg.