Yellow Zebra has been providing tours and bike rentals to visitors for over a decade, so you're in very experienced hands. Originally started in Budapest, we now operate in Krakow and Prague and work with hand-picked partners in Vienna too. Thousands of travellers before you have tried and tested our extensive range of bike and Segway tours, and many more have taken advantage of our high-quality bike rentals. The know-how we've built up over the years, coupled with the fact that we're owned by a traveller like you, means that we really know what visitors to the region want and expect.
We look forward to welcoming you in our tour centers and please don't hesitate to get in touch with any questions you may have.
- Daily Bike Tour with Cafe Stop
- Budapest Evening Bike Tour
- Winter Bike Tour with Cafe Stop
- Budapest E-Bike Tour with Cafe Stop
- Alternative Budapest Bike Tour
- Bike Rental in Budapest, Compare Bikes & Prices
- Bike Rental Information
- Budapest - Vienna Rental with High-end Bikes
- Book Your Bike
- Budapest Grand Segway Tours
- Evening Segway Tour with Margaret Island visit
- Budapest Short Segway City Tour
- Buda Hills Off-Road Segway Ride
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On the Yellow Zebra Blog: Budapest
Budapest Art Nouveau Art Nouveau is an ornamental style of art, running from around 1890 to 1910. It includes architecture, graphic and interior design, jewelry, ceramics, painting, glass art and metal work. Because...
Budapest has some secrets. Some hidden secrets! Let’s know more about the Budapest cave adventure! Beneath the city… There is one thing that is still an unknown for most people when speaking about the...
Introduction The Great Synagogue on Budapest’s Dohány Street is one of the largest synagogues in the world. Only the massive Emanu-El Temple in New York is bigger. It is a Neolog or Orthodox synagogue...
On the Yellow Zebra Blog: Prague
Walking through Prague there is certainly no shortage of magnificent churches. In fact there so many Prague churches that it’s known as the “City of a Hundred Spires”. So it’s easy to assume that...
New Year’s Eve is a time to party and to reflect – both on a great year and, hopefully, an even better one to come – and celebrating it in Prague, whether this is your...
Like most European capitals, Prague has its fair share of old buildings, particularly located in its enchanting Old Town neighborhood. Old buildings tend to have nice cellars and it’s in these cellars you’ll find...
On the Yellow Zebra Blog: Krakow
Introduction To Polish Gastronomy Polish gastronomy, a topic so vast and interesting that thousands of books have been written about it. Whilst in Krakow you definitely have to try it. Without the experience of Polish...
The hidden Krakow: Off the beaten track In Krakow, apart from the well-known sights and attractions, there are a number of places of seclusion that are hiding away from both tourists and locals. These...