We already had the first snow (on Oct. 29th), now it’s between 0 and 10 degrees in Vilnius, and sometimes we even see the sun!
And even if we have no regular working hours and there’s no bike tour every day, we’re ready to rent or sell you a bike and there ARE still bike tours.
The next small groups announced themselves for Saturday, the 10th of November and Wednesday, the 14th of November.
And you are welcome, too!
Veronika and Frankas from Velo-City Vilnius
As our season for the regular bike tour ends on Sept. 15th, here’s a list of booked tours you can join:
This beauty just came back:
A simple city bike – 3 gears – for 100€.
And the best thing: In our long term-rental scheme you may get half the price back, so in fact it will cost you only 50€
More bicycles available for 180€ (90€ in the long-term-rental)
(get a used bike mainly from the rental – More information here: www.velovilnius.lt/bikes4sale )
bikes for sale at the moment
P.S.: All bicycles will cost at least 20€ more in Spring 2019. Take your chance NOW.
if you are interested in buying a bike pls. call +37067412123 or send us a message on [email protected] and agree on a time as we don’t have regular working hours in winter (from October to April)
… and won’t have regular working hours anymore until April next Year.
We’re in the city and available by agreement (Tel. +370 674 12123)
And here are the already booked city tours by bicycle we still invite you to join:
Pope Francis is visiting Vilnius on this Saturday, September 22nd.
Already we see how the centre of the city gets more and more “barricades”.
So, if you don’t come to the pope, the best way is to LEAVE the city.
We offer you the nicest routes in Vilnius by bicycle,
e.g. ride up to the “Green Lakes” in the North
have a look on
if you want to go even further take a ride to the Medieval water castle in Trakai
And if you still need a bicycle you can get it in our office
for rent: velovilnius.lt/rentabike
for sale: velovilnius.lt/bikes4sale
(source of the picture: https://www.thestar.com.my/news/world/2017/12/02/francis-ditches-popemobile-for-rickshaw-in-bangladesh/)