Lukullische Genüsse rund um Bad Waltersdorf | © Thermenland Steiermark, Maria Rauchenberger Lukullische Genüsse rund um Bad Waltersdorf | © Thermenland Steiermark, Maria Rauchenberger


Cycle in the footsteps of the Romans and gain an insight into the epicurean delights of the 2 thermal spa region of Bad Waltersdorf.
In the footsteps of the Romans in the 2 thermal spa region of Bad Waltersdorf.

The starting point of the bike tour is the information office in the center of Bad Waltersdorf. The Roman Stone Museum is located in the immediate vicinity. The easy and approx. 12 km long bike tour leads along vineyards and orchards past traditional Buschenschänken and inns, past the well-known thermal spa Bad Waltersdorf and the numerous hosts of the 2 thermal spa region Bad Waltersdorf.


Enjoyment tips for cyclists along the Lucullus Tour:
-Roman Museum Bad Waltersdorf.
Bad Waltersdorf,
-Roman stones, the silent witnesses of 2,000 years of history, the "sella curulis" - a seat of honor relief.
-18-hole golf course
Bad Waltersdorf,
Youngest golf course in Styria, pro store, spacious driving range, golf courses.
Lucullus tip: Guests of the 2-Thermenregion Bad Waltersdorf receive a discount on the green fee.
Bad Waltersdorf,
From the down-to-earth Jaus'n, specialties from our own wool pig, to the Schmankerlbuffet. A good drop of wine and a good schnapps from our own cellar. Wine tasting on request
Wine farm Pichler,
Franz Pichler, +43 664 2207411
Lucullus offer tip: Roman picnic in the vineyard (basket with a blanket, 1 bottle of Urbanus, 2 small bottles of mineral water, Selchwürstl, cheese, Geselchtes, raw ham, woolen pork bacon, curd cheese spread, fresh vegetables, egg and farmhouse bread, fruit from our own orchard, homemade pastries)
Price for two persons € 35,-.
For the basket € 50,- will be charged! Order at least 1 day in advance!
-Heiltherme Bad Waltersdorf'
Bad Waltersdorf,
Arrive. Relax. Fill up with energy. Experience the magical energy of water in its original form, which comes from a depth of 1,200 meters. Two springs produce up to 1.9 million liters of pure thermal water every day. Directly above the springs, the thermal spa as the central source of power for your vacation. Immerse yourself in the purest thermal water and draw pure life energy in 7 thermal water pools. Also for the worldwide unique Traditional Styrian Medicine® (TSM®) the ingredients come directly from the region: for example the traditional knowledge about the healing power of natural products or the apples and pumpkin oil for the health treatments.
-BB1 Heuriger Kinelly
Bad Waltersdorf,
Original Heuriger dishes (cold and hot), Styrian delicacies, large terrace.
Lucullus offer tip: Lucullus earth apple sausage with regional apple juice sprayed on 0.5l
-Winery -Buschenschank Thaler
Bad Waltersdorf,
A Buschenschank of the special class, unique in Styria. In the middle of the vineyards lies this cozy Buschenschank in the rustic style of an alpine hut directly in the heart of Bad Waltersdorf about 300 meters next to the spa. Two old-wood parlors with wooden floors and tiled stoves ensure a desire for cozy hours. The undivided attention is the partially covered sun terrace with a view of the beautiful 2 thermal spa region. Here you can enjoy the sunny side of life. Would you like a little more? On offer are dishes, fruit juices, apple cider and Styrian quality wines from our own production.


Level of fitness

Best season


The tour in numbers

Level of difficulty
12,7 km
1:30 h
207 hm
207 hm
393 m
Highest point
277 m
Lowest point

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From Vienna: Motorway A2 direction Graz - you take the exit Sebersdorf/ Bad Waltersdorf
From direction Graz: Motorway A2 direction Vienna - you take the exit Sebersdorf/ Bad Waltersdorf
In pedales veritas ...

At the beginning of the tour you will take away some impressions about the former Roman life in the 2-spa region Bad Waltersdorf - for example when visiting the small Roman stone museum in the center of Bad Waltersdorf. Just 200 m along Hohenbruggerstraße - then turn left along Hintergasse past the so-called Froschhaus. Then continue towards the 18-hole golf course and the Spa Resort Styria (formerly Falkensteiner). It gets quieter and the path makes the Lucullus cyclists sweat a little: if you consider the slight climb to the golf course a challenge, the "Pedal Roman" refreshes himself on the spot at the golf restaurant.

This is what life tastes like

The cyclist takes the subsequent climb in stride, enjoying the cooling shade in the forest before the "hanging" orchards present themselves on the plain of the Leitersdorfberg. Shortly thereafter comes the Hotel-Restaurant Teuschler-Mogg, where you will be spoiled with regional cuisine and Styrian hospitality by the boss herself. Now the path leads to the next down-to-earth highlight - a magnificent view of the 2-spa region Bad Waltersdorf awaits the "Pedal-Römer" from the Leitersdorfberg - in particular from the Bergstadl. For wine lovers a MUST to the stop. Traditional food and excellent wines from our own production (Weinhof Pichler) are offered.

Then it's downhill in the direction of Leitersdorf and the village inn Seiler-Ziegler. If you want to be pampered a little, you are in good hands with Petra Seiler-Ziegler.

Now continue to the old Leitersdorf train station, via Mühlweg past the campsite and over a short climb straight to the next culinary delight, the Weinhof Thaler. Excellent wines and an ambience of a special kind invite you to stop for a bite to eat. After that, the path continues to the source of tranquility - the spa Bad Waltersdorf. "Lucullus feels at home!". He knows the feeling of the pleasantly warm healing water. Before the Heiltherme, the cyclist still passes magnificent orchards. At the spa, the tour joins the so-called Thermenstraße and leads up to the Wagerberg.

Lucullus Hotel Tip: After the climb in the direction of the Wagerberg, the only 5-star hotel in Styria, "Der Steirerhof", is located on the left in a prime location. Only shortly after - approx. 100 m it goes right in to the Lucullus view tip: a short detour is worthwhile, because with the property of the family Pichler one has a marvelous view of the 2-Thermenregion Bad Waltersdorf. After a short rest, return to the Thermenstraße and after about 200 m turn left - along the Dorfstraße to the Sonntagsberg. Only a short way downhill to the beech vis-á-vis of the bio village in to the BB1 Heurigen.

Then comes the last section of the route - back to the beech tree and right downhill into the village center, past the train station, into the avenue of the same name, directly to the parish church. Lucullan delights also await there. "Pleasure cycling at its best," says Lucullus.

The culmination of pleasure: Feel good & relax in the thermal water of the spa Bad Waltersdorf.

Detailed information about arriving by ÖBB (Austrian Federal Railways) can be found at or on the Verbundlinie Steiermark website


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There are numerous parking spaces available throughout the center of Bad Waltersdorf.
Recommended direction of travel: counterclockwise
Connection/ networking: R35 Hartberg cycle path, R12 thermal spa cycle path


Here you can get the best cycling beats:
-Info office Bad Waltersdorf
Main square 90, 8271 Bad Waltersdorf
+43 3333 3150-0
MO-FR 8.00-12.00 & 13.00-17.00, Saturday 9.00-12.00, holidays & Sundays closed


What the weather will be like

Bad Waltersdorf (291m)

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Early clouds will gradually clear to leave the region with a dry and sunny day.
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Dry and bright with plenty of sunshine, clouds will be rare
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GenussCard Steiermark | © Thermen- und Vulkanland Steiermark, Harald Eisenberger

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