Available until 31 March 2018
Vienna Excursions & Tours - An Evening at Schoenbrunn - Palace Visit and Concert
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Step back in time and find out what went on behind the doors of Schoenbrunn Palace with a tour through the apartments and palatial rooms that hold stories from where history was made. Complement the tour with an evening concert by the Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra, playing in the beautifully ornate Orangery close to the Palace.
Admire the magnificent architecture and exquisite décor as you walk through the state rooms and apartments where Empress Maria Theresa and Emperor Franz Joseph I lived and breathed. With the help of your audioguide or guide, centuries of history will come to life before your eyes and you’ll discover how this palace, first intended as a palatial hunting lodge, became a focal point of court life. Groups of ten or more people will have the added privilege of a tour by one of the Palace’s guides, after hours.
After the tour, make your way to the elaborately restored Orangery located in the palace grounds where Mozart once played. Enjoy a concert where the Habsburgs also held extravagant festivities and banquets in one of two of the largest Baroque orangeries in the world. Swoon to the melodies of the orchestra, and delight in the ballet dancing and singing as you marvel at the lavish surroundings in a royal tradition being kept alive. You’ll be enchanted and seduced by the grandeur in an experience that immerses you into the height of the Habsburgs.
Meeting/pick-up point: Guests are requested to pick up their documents at our office located at the Orangery (Nr. 1) from 9am. until half an hour before your package starts.
Start/opening time: Schoenbrunn palace opening hours: April to June and September to October, from 8.30am to 5.30pm. July and August, from 8.30am to 6.30pm. November to March, from 8.30am to 5pm. During the winter months, we recommend to start the audioguide Palace tour no later than 4pm. During the summer, please start your tour no later than 5 pm.
Schoenbrunn Palace Orangery opens at 8pm. Concert starts at 8.30pm.
End/closing time: At 10.15pm.
Languages: Audio guided tour is possible in 21 languages: French, German, English, Chinese, Spanish, Arabic, Japanese, Greek, Hungarian, Turkish, Czech, Slovenian, Serbian, Russian, Romanian, Portuguese, Polish, Croatian, Korean, Italian, Netherlands.
Others: Categories are based on the proximity that you are seated to the stage. VIP and category A seating is the closest, whereas categories B and C are further back.

Available until 30 October 2017 then from 30 March 2018
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Austrian Dinner Show
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Feast on a traditional Austrian dinner while enjoying a musical and dance extravaganza that takes in everything Austrian from Viennese waltzes to the Sound of Music and more.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Immerse yourself in a night of Austrian music and food
* All your favourite Austrian songs
* A sumptuous three course meal
This is a trip down memory lane like no other as you realise just how many songs from this small country have entered your consciousness.
This is an extremely popular show – and for good reason. Austrian music and Alpine cuisine is a winning combination, and when you throw that unquantifiable dynamic that the locals call Gemütlichkeit (comfort and cosiness), you have a rip-roaring night of nostalgia and fun . Embark on a musical journey from the mountains of Tyrol, the lovely lakes of the Salzkammergut, and from the romantic Danube Valley to the Rathauskeller in the heart of Habsburg Vienna.
Dine while enjoying traditional folk tunes and dazzling dances, a spirited Alpine Ländler, romantic arias from Salzburg and waltzes and operettas from Vienna. Expect to hear such all-time classics as the Edelweiss from the Sound of Music and the Merry Widow as well as the greatest Waltz of all time, the Blue Danube, performed by a ballet ensemble.
A delicious three-course menu will be served , with a starter of smoked ham terrine, a main of Viennese rump steak with served with roast potatoes and pickled gherkin followed by dessert of emperor’s fluffy soufflé with stewed plums.
Duration: Two and a half hours.
Start/opening time: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 8pm.
Others: Children under seven years enter free of charge (no meal will be served). Please wear appropriate clothing for the occasion.

Available until 30 December 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Belvedere Palace and Museum
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Belvedere means ‘beautiful sight’ and there is perhaps none more beautiful in Vienna than the Belvedere palace and gardens. Commissioned as his summer retreat by war hero Prince Eugene of Savoy in the late 17th century, it reflects his tastes as an art connoisseur. This baroque architectural jewel consists of two palaces, Upper and Lower Belvedere. The Upper contains world's largest Klimt collection and Lower, where Prince Eugene’s apartments and staterooms were, today houses Austrian art from the Middle Ages to the present. The palace was designed by the renowned architect Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt.
The new 21er Haus museum is not only extremely interesting from an architectural point of view but is also intensively engaged in Austrian art of the 20th and 21st centuries. The impressive building was constructed by leading architect Karl Schwanzer as the Austria pavilion for the World Exhibition in 1958 and opened as a museum for the art of the 20th century in Vienna in 1962.
The orangery was originally a winter garden with heating system for orange trees. After the death of Prince Eugene and the relocation of the orangery to Schönbrunn, the plant house was renovated and used as stall. After 1918 a part of the Modern Gallery and, from 1953 till 2007, the museum of middle age art were both housed in this building. In 2007, the architect Susanne Zottl designed a modern exhibition hall as a white cube in the orangery.
Meeting/pick-up point: Upper Belvedere - Prinz Eugen-Straße 27, 1030 Wien. Lower Belvedere / Orangerie / Palace Stables - Rennweg 6, 1030 Wien. 21er Haus - Schweizergarten, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Wien.
Start/opening time: Lower Belvedere/Orangerie /Upper Belvedere daily 10am to 6pm: except Lower Belvedere/Orangerie on Wednesday 10am to 9pm. Palace Stables daily 10am to 12pm. 21er Haus daily 10am to 6pm, except on Wednesday 10am to 9pm.

Available until 31 December 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Big Bus Vienna Sightseeing Tour - Hop On - Hop Off
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Discover the very best way of touring a city with this hop-on hop-off bus tour of Vienna. See all there is to see in this richly cultural capital and learn the history behind every landmark and every neighbourhood!
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Jump on and off as much as you’d like to
* See and hear all about the fascinating history
* Take part in a splendid night tour
There are a whole bunch of perks on this terrific tour. There are 11 stops across the 2 routes and you can get off at any of them to get a closer look at the wide variety of attractions. Once you have had your fill in one pretty place, make your way to the nearest bus stop and soon you’ll be off again. The super bus ticket enables you to plan your time in the city in the most convenient and comfortable way. Join us and enjoy a privileged panoramic view of Vienna.
Get the chance to know more about Vienna on a deeper level as you absorb the fascinating history. You’ll be able to see where the events went on as you seemingly float from one historic spot to the other. Our informative and intriguing audio guide adds a special touch to the experience.
Witness a choice of breath-taking architecture, admire the city’s marvellous castles, gardens, monuments and also its pristine parks. The Austrian capital encompasses almost everything from the many traditions from within the country to the Roman, Gothic and Baroque constructions.
Make use of the free walking tour where you will come across the architectural delights and hidden secrets of the historical centre within the Inner Ring, you’ll be right in the thick of it as you wander around town amongst the lovely locals!
Imperial Vienna
Step back in time to experience the life of the Habsburgs. Visit the Hofburg Palace, the world-renowned Spanish Riding School, Heldenplatz and the Capuchin Crypt where members of the House of Habsburg are still entombed. Our guided tour also covers the history of music in the city, including the legendary composers Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven. The tour ends at St. Stephens Cathedral which is by far the most important and influential Gothic church in Austria.
Panoramic Night Tour
See the sights of Vienna all lit up and under the moonlight on the evening tour. Reap the benefits of a fully live guided tour where you’ll be told all you need to know in English.
Meeting/ pick-up point: You can get the bus at any of the stops. Red Route: Opera, House of Music, Hofburg, Mariahilferstrasse, Museums-Hofburg, Votivkirche, Karmeliter Market, Augarten, Prater, Danube Tower, Old Danube, Danube Island, Blue Danube, Praterstern, Danube Canal and Stadtpark.
Blue Route: Museums-Hofburg, House of Music, Aqua Terra Zoo, Schönbrunn Palace, Arsenal and Belvedere.
Walking tour: Stop 1, Opera.
Panoramic Night Tour: Stop 1, Opera.
Duration: Red route: 1 hour and 40 minutes.
Blue Route: 1 hour and 25 minutes.
Walking tour: 90 minutes.
Panoramic Night Tour: 1 hour.
Start/opening time: Red Route: from 9.30am to 4pm. Blue Route: from 10am to 4pm.
Walking tour: at 10.30am.
Panoramic Night Tour: at 7.30pm.
Frequency: Red Route: every 30 mins. Blue Route: every 30-40 mins. Walking tour: once a day.
Languages: Audio guide in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, Polish, Hungarian, Japanese, Hindi and Russian.
The Panoramic Night Tour has English speaking guides.
Others: The Panoramic Night Tour is not a hop-on hop-off tour.

Available until 30 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Bratislava by Bus and Boat
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Brilliant Bratislava is barely an hour away from Vienna and this day tour is the ideal way to discover the Slovakian capital’s many delights. Enjoy a walking tour through its historic streets and then hop aboard a boat for a cruise along the Danube to enjoy a new perspective. This picturesque city is one of Europe’s few remaining hidden gems.
Bratislava’s position in the heart of Europe has made it a melting pot of cultures and the city boasts many Hungarian and Austrian features as well as Slovakian. Explore the picturesque old town and see some of the architectural marvels that dot the medieval core. See the grandiose Primate’s Palace, a fairytale building painted in pink and white that is considered the most beautiful palace in the city. In fact, the whole of the centre is so picture postcard pretty that you will be hard pressed to decide which building you like the most. Perhaps it will be the Renaissance-style Town Hall or the blue Church of St Elizabeth, or maybe even the gloriously gothic St Martin’s Cathedral.
Stroll in the busy area around St Michael’s Street. Take a photo or two of the medieval St Michael’s Gate and then prepare to experience the sensation of travelling at high speed along the Danube. As you are whisked along back to Vienna, you will have the opportunity to admire castles as well as the untouched and protected Danube River wetlands and Danube-Auen National Park.
Duration: Nine hours.
Start/opening time: At 8:30am.
Languages: English and German.
Others: A valid passport or ID for EU citizens and the voucher are required. Tour ends at Schwedenplatz. The bus journey between Vienna and Bratislava is unaccompanied. Please look for a silver bus with a red inscription. The number of platform changes, the current departure platform can be found on the board of departures times.

Available until 30 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Bratislava from Vienna by Bus
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Step into the enchanting world of in Bratislava, named a 'fairytale' by Danish author Hans Christian Andersen, who knew a thing or two about them! Be swept up as you are surrounded by castles and palaces, immersed in a thriving cultural scene and greeted by friendly, laid-back locals.
Once a border town of the ancient Roman Empire, the city has been home to Celts, Romans, Hungarians, Jews, and plenty of Slovaks. This impressive cultural diversity is reflected in the city's spellbinding architecture, varied cuisine and language.
Stroll the old town free from traffic and admire the well-preserved medieval quarter, numerous picturesque churches and the President's palace. With the mighty Danube as your scenic backdrop, take your chance to be a 'paparazzo' and visit the statue of the same name. Bratislava's old town is dotted with many such whimsical statues including Cumil, the man emerging from a manhole, and a soldier leaning on a bench.
Sample delicious local flavours over lunch and sip a sumptuous coffee with a tasty pastry at The Black Bean, an esteemed coffee institution. Roam the old town's chic boutiques seeking souvenirs and gifts.
Bratislava Castle beckons from its commanding hilltop standpoint overlooking the city. On site since before the 10th century, this ancient edifice has been destroyed, rebuilt and restored during the last millennium. Today it is home to the Slovak National Museum and Parliament. The castle's imposing square towers and burnt red rooftops evoke the image of a fairytale come to life!
Duration: Nine hours.
Start/opening time: At 8:30am.
Languages: English and German.
Others: A valid passport or ID for EU citizens and the voucher are required. Tour ends at Schwedenplatz. The bus journey between Vienna and Bratislava is unaccompanied. Please look for a silver bus with a red inscription. The number of platform changes, the current departure platform can be found on the board of departures times.

Available until 31 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Budapest from Vienna
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Beautiful Budapest is just a short drive away from Vienna and this full day tour is the ideal way to discover the Hungarian capital’s many delights. Enjoy walking tours through the historic streets of Buda and Pest, see the fantastic parliament building and take a fascinating city tour of Budapest. There is also time for a delicious lunch overlooking the Danube. Come along for an unforgettable Hungarian rhapsody.
Drive through the scenic Hungarian countryside before reaching Budapest, the ‘heart of Europe’ as it is affectionately known. Get into the mood with a hearty Hungarian lunch by the banks of the blue Danube before strolling the ancient alleyways and broad boulevards of this great imperial city.
Buda (the hilly western bank of the Danube) is the location of Buda Castle, the former royal palace, and offers stunning views of the Pest side. Castle Hill has a wonderful mix of medieval, baroque and 19th century styles, and then there’s St Matthias's Church with its multicoloured roof shingles and striking belfry. Centuries ago Buda was the seat of power but by the 19th century, the flatter Pest side began to grow in importance and the Hungarian parliament was built there. The building is a masterpiece of Gothic revival architecture and you will have the chance to study it in detail.
Such is Budapest’s beauty that it has bveen declared a Unesco World Heritage Site, thanks to the banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and the awe-inspiring Andrássy Avenue. See these sights and more during the afternoon city tour.
Meeting/pick-up point: State Opera House. Pick-up at the hotel on request (please call 24 hours in advance to confirm).
Duration: About 12 hours.
Start/opening time: Languages: Monday, Tuesday and Saturday in English, German and Spanish. On Thursday and Sunday in English, German and Italian.
Others: Passport or ID are required.

Available until 31 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - City Tour with Schoenbrunn Palace
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Live the high life in Vienna with this city tour that includes skip the line access to the Schoenbrunn Palace, the magnificent summer residence of the Habsburg dynasty.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Admire Vienna’s impressive sites with a panoramic bus tour
* Enjoy royal treatment at the Schoenbrunn Palace with skip the line entry
* Visit to Belvedere Palace for a discounted price
See all the main sights and attractions along the grand Ringstrasse and you have the option to visit the beautiful baroque Belvedere palace to admire its magnificent collection of Austrian art at the end of the tour.
Take a panoramic bus tour along the famous Ringstrasse, the monumental boulevard, and admire the astonishing assembly of palaces, ministries, churches and opera houses that flank it . Behold the impressive Vienna State Opera, home to the world famous Opera Ball and continue the tour to marvel at the imperial winter residence, Hofburg Palace. See buildings such as the Museum of Art History, the glorious Gothic revival-style City Hall, the neo-classical Austrian Parliament, the brilliant Burgtheater, the Museum of Natural history and many more outstanding architectural gems. Few other streets in the world could hold a candle to the Ringstrasse, and Vienna is even celebrating the 150th anniversary of the most beautiful boulevard in the world in 2015.
The highlight of the tour is the visit to the Schoenbrunn Palace, a 1,441 room Baroque palace outside of the old town. It was here that the emperors would while away their summers, hunting, fishing and partying. Beat the queues and head straight in to admire the opulent state rooms and gain an insight into lavish imperial life. Take time to stroll through the equally impressive gardens and you can take a break with a Viennese coffee.
At the end of the tour you have the option to visit the Belvedere Palace at a discounted price and wander through its gallery, which houses priceless collections of artwork by Austrian artists, including Gustav Klimt’s famous The Kiss. Meeting point: Bus terminal, platform A7/A8 15 minutes before departure. Accessible via U1 and 18 (tram), 13A (bus), S-Bahn (train). Follow the sign Hauptbahnhof, then Favoritenstraße, then Laxenburger Straße, (follow staircase, exit). Possibility of pick-up on request, please call 24 hours in advance to confirm.
Duration: Three and a half hours.
Others: The city tour is by bus and the visit to the Palace by foot. Shuttle transfer available from State Opera to departure point Südtiroler Platz always 30 min prior respective departure. Our city tour ends at the Südtiroler Platz, from there we offer you a free transfer to the State Opera. In case the Belvedere Museum is already closed, you can get a voucher for a discounted entry fee for the next day. Please book your complimentary ticket for the Original Wiener Strudelshow directly at the Imperial Bakery.

Available until 29 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Danube and Wachau Valley Tour
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Experience the natural beauty of the Danube and Wachau valleys with this romantic day trip that takes in charming villages, steep vineyards, ruined castles, magnificent monasteries and during the summer months, a spectacular cruise along the great river itself. This is a tour that has it all: scenery, nature, culture, history and architecture.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Explore equally jaw dropping scenery outside of Vienna city centre
* Enjoy a lunch or cruise depending on the season
* See one of Austria’s most famous baroque buildings
Few rivers have inspired artists as much as the Danube, which was immortalised by Strauss’ waltz. As the river winds its way through central and south-eastern Europe, it creates valleys of breathtaking beauty ; a landscape of steep banks laden with vineyards overlooked by hillside hamlets and castles.
See the tiny village of Durnstein and the admire the remnants of its once great castle, where Richard the Lionheart was held ransom on his way back to England to fight with Robin Hood (or so some legends say). The views over the Danube and the valley are spellbinding. During the summer season, hop aboard for a 90-minute cruise on the blue Danube and enjoy a new perspective of this picturesque valley.
The Wachau Valley is a Unesco World Heritage Site famed for its lush verdant landscapes and rustic towns but most of all for the quality of its wines, especially the young whites. At Melk, discover the beautiful Benedictine abbey, one of Austria’s most famous baroque buildings. Among its many truly outstanding attractions are the impossibly golden library, the fine frescos and the speckled spiral staircase. In winter, instead of the cruise, we enjoy a lunch.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel (please call 24 hours in advance to confirm), Sudtiroler Platz by the Wiedner Gurtel and Laxenburger Strasse intersection, and the Opera. Duration: Eight hours.
Start or opening time: At 9.45am. Please be there 15 minutes in advance for Sudtiroler Platz and 30 minutes in advance for the Opera.
Others: The Danube cruise takes place from April 16 to October 26.

Available until 31 March 2018
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Dinner and Concert at Schoenbrunn Palace
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Be transported back in time to Austria’s imperial age when the Habsburg dynasty ruled their empire from Vienna. These years coincided with a cultural boom for the country with Mozart composing his masterpieces and spectacular palaces being built. Combine both of these achievements by heading to the magnificent Schoenbrunn Palace for an unforgettable evening that combines a delicious dinner with a fantastic live concert, within the palace walls.
A favoured summer residence of many Habsburg rulers, Schoenbrunn is officially the most visited tourist attraction in Vienna and in imperial times the palace was the setting for sumptuous festivities with musical performances from some of the greatest musicians the world has ever seen. Indeed the famous musical duel between Mozart and Salieri took place during one of these concerts.
Enjoy a delicious, candlelit three course dinner in what was once the palace kitchen but has now been converted into a delightful restaurant. Tuck into the best local specialities in spectacular surroundings before proceeding to the concert hall. Depending on the day, concerts may take place in the Great Gallery or the White Gold Room located inside Schoenbrunn Palace, at the Schoenbrunn Palace Theater or in other concert halls in Vienna. Here you will take your seat and be wait in anticipation for the concert to begin. Admire the orchestra, singers and dancers as you are entertained by a marvellous performance that will include Mozart and Strauss’s most famous compositions.
Meeting/pick-up point: Guests are requested to pick up their concert tickets and their dinner voucher at our office located at the Orangery, open daily from 9am.
Start/opening time: At 6.15pm.
Others: You will receive all documents from one of our staff members right before the start of the program.
On selected days, concerts may take place in the Great Gallery or theWhite Gold Room located inside Schoenbrunn Palace, at the Schoenbrunn Palace Theater or in other concert halls in Vienna.

Available until 30 December 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - In Mozart's Footsteps
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Venture into Mozart's world and trace the composer's footsteps through Vienna: visit Mozarthaus Vienna, which houses the composer's only surviving apartment in Vienna, and wrap up the evening at the city's venerable Orangerie Schönbrunn with a concert played by the Schoenbrunn Palace Festival Orchestra featuring the most delightful melodies composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Strauss in a programme that varies from day to day.
The first part of the concert comprises some of the most beautiful overtures, arias and duets from Mozart's operas, including 'Le Nozze di Figaro' (The Marriage of Figaro), 'Die Zauberflöte' (The Magic Flute) and 'Don Giovanni'. The second part of the concert presents the most popular arias, waltzes and polkas from operettas composed by Johann Strauss, the King of Waltzes - from 'Die Fledermaus' (The Bat) and 'Der Ziegeunerbaron' (The Gypsy) to 'Donauwalzer' (The Blue Danube) and 'Radetzkymarsch' (Radetzky March). Two opera singers – a soprano and a baritone – accompanied by a charming couple of ballet dancers, are set to take you through the concert soirée.
Redeem address: Tickets can be picked-up at the Orangerie No. 1 from 9am.
Meeting/pick-up point: Orangerie Schönbrunn. On selected dates, the concert is held in the Great Gallery or White and Gold Room directly in the Castle building.
Start/opening time: Mozarthaus Vienna: daily from 10am to 7pm. Admission to concert hall: at 8pm. Concert: at 8:30pm.
End/closing time: Mozarthaus Vienna: last admission at 6:30pm. Concert: at 10:15pm.
Others: A sufficient number of taxi cabs will be available after the concert at the entrance to the Orangerie Schönbrunn.
The underground runs until midnight at five-to-ten minutes intervals.
Any time before the concert customers may take the audio guided tour of The Mozarthaus Vienna.
The activity does not include the visit in the Schönbrunn Palace.

Vienna Excursions & Tours - Leopold Museum
Vienna Excursions & Tours: The Leopold Collection is one of the most important collections of modern Austrian art in the world. The more than 5,000 exhibits were collected by Rudolf and his wife Elisabeth Leopold over a period of five decades. In 1994, the Collection was consolidated by Rudolf Leopold with the assistance of the Republic of Austria and the Austrian National Bank into the Leopold Museum Private Foundation - a non-profit private foundation. The Leopold Museum is one of the most visited museums in Vienna and a highlight for every visitor to the city.
The Leopold Museum is a unique and active museum awash with light in the heart of Vienna and the biggest cultural magnet in the Museumsquartier. Besides exciting special exhibitions, it not only houses the most substantial and most important collection of Egon Schiele worldwide but also masterpieces by Gustav Klimt beyond price, like his probably most important figurative painting Death and Life. In no other museum in Vienna one can get so close to the fabled Fin de siècle Vienna and witness the birth of modernity. The collection shows how the art of the Habsburg Empire changed from strict Historicism and lovely Mood Impressionism within a few years to the worldwide unique Wiener Moderne which encompasses Klimt and Schiele as well as Oskar Kokoschka, Richard Gerstl, Koloman Moser and many other artists who are all well represented with major works at the Leopold Museum.
Meeting/ pick-up point: Leopold Museum Museumsplatz, 1 1070 Vienna.
Start/opening time: daily 10am to 6pm. Closed on Tuesdays. Thursdays: 10am to 9pm. June, July and August: open daily!

Vienna Excursions & Tours - Leopold and Kunsthistorische Museums
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Buy this combination ticket to Vienna’s Kunsthistorische Museum and Leopold Museum and you’ll discover over 2,000 years of art.
HIGHLIGHTS:
*Entry to two of Vienna’s most distinguished art museums *Marvel at masterpieces by Gustav Klimt, Rubens, Rembrandt and many more
With more than 2,000 years’ worth of old art at your fingertips, make the most of your time and money in Vienna with a combination ticket to the grand Kunsthistorische Museum and Leopold Museum at a reduced price. Ideal for rainy days, or any day! You can marvel at masterpieces by world renowned artists and get the most out of Vienna’s world class museums.
The Kunsthistorische Museum is close to the Imperial Palace and is used to house the Imperial family’s extensive collection. One of the most eminent museums in the world, this combination ticket gives you the chance to come face to face with unique masterpieces by Rubens, Rembrandt, Raphael, Vermeer, Velazquez, Titian and Dürer, as well as the world’s largest collection of works by Pieter Bruegel the elder – an unforgettable experience. You’re also invited into the newly-installed Kunstkammer Vienna; a walk through the history of art.
The Leopold Museum is home to the world’s largest Schiele collection as well as masterpieces by Gustav Klimt. The museum’s collection is based on the former private collection of Rudolf and Elisabeth Leopold and has become the most visited museum in the Vienna MuseumsQuartier. So don’t miss out and take advantage of the Masterticket.
Meeting/pick-up point: Please pick up the masterticket at the Leopold Museum.
Duration: 48 hours.
Start/opening time: Leopold Museum: Daily 10am to 6pm. Closed on Tuesdays. Thursdays: 10am to 9pm. June, July and August: open daily. Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna: Daily except Monday 10am – 6pm, Thu 10am – 9pm. June to August: daily 10am – 6pm, Thu 10am – 9pm.

Vienna Excursions & Tours - Madame Tussauds Museum - Skip the Line
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Rub shoulders with emperors, celebs and sports stars and hang out with Nobel laureates at Madame Tussauds Vienna. Explore dozens of rooms packed with waxworks that are so lifelike as to appear like the real thing. Historic figures are recreated in the environment in which they lived, lending an even greater authenticity to the statues.
The collection is constantly updated to ensure that the most prominent figures of the day are represented, giving you the chance to ‘meet’ Hollywood A-listers such as Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Robert Pattinson, Johnny Depp and Nicole Kidman. In fact, you can mingle with the stars and be a guest at Vienna’s most exclusive VIP Party, where you can pose with the ‘guests’. Music legends such as Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury are here, of course, as is Austria’s favourite son, Falco, who is still rocking with Amadeus.
Austrian sports heroes of the calibre of football legend Hans Krankl, tennis great Thomas Muster and skiing stars like Renate Gotschl and Hermann ‘the Herminator’ Maier. Also on display are a number of the country’s cultural greats, with the likes of Mozart, Sigmund Freud and Romy Schneider as well as historic international luminaries such as Beethoven and Einstein.
Austrian royal figures include the great empress Maria Theresa and the long-lived and tragic emperor Franz Joseph. Global political figures of the stature of Nelson Mandela, Barack Obama and Queen Elizabeth II are here, too, and you can’t miss the Behind the Scenes, where you can learn how the remarkably lifelike wax figures are created.
Meeting/pick-up point: Riesenradplatz 5, opposite the giant Ferris wheel.
Duration: Visits last from 60 to 90 minutes.
Start/opening time: 10am.
End/closing time: 6pm with last entry at 5pm.

Available until 30 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Mozart Concert with Typical Viennese Dinner
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Be transported back to the glory days of the Habsburg Empire when Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart composed some of the world’s favourite operas and concertos.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Step back in time at a Mozart concert
* Enjoy a traditional dinner in Viennese surroundings
* The ultimate Viennese evening
Watch in awe as the Vienna Mozart Orchestra brings the 18th century to life – while dressed in historical costumes and wigs from the era.
Enjoy dinner at the famous Augustinerkeller restaurant before we transfer you to the concert hall for the gala performance. The concerts are held at a series of famous Viennese venues – the Golden and Brahms chambers of the Musikverein, the Konzerthaus and the State Opera – that evoke the atmosphere and grandeur of that royal and imperial bygone era.
A frisson of excitement will move through as the orchestra begins to warm up. And you will be thrilled as some of Mozart’s vast repertoire is performed by the musicians . Pieces from operas such as Don Giovanni, The Marriage of Figaro and The Magic Flute are usually performed as are movements from symphonies and serenades, and concertos.
These concerts are one of the ultimate Vienna experiences are highly sought after by visitors – what you see will differ little from what Emperor Joseph II would have seen when he attended performances of Mozart’s masterpieces.
Meeting/pick-up point: In front of the Augustinerkeller restaurant at Albertinaplatz.
Start/opening time: At 6.30pm with the concert starting at 8.15pm.
Languages: English and German.
Others: The concert venue varies between the Musikverein Golden Hall and Brahms Hall depending on the date chosen.

Available until 31 March 2018
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Mozart and Strauss concert at the stunning Schönbrunn Palace
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Enjoy a stunning classical music performance in an unrivaled setting as you attend a concert in the majestic Schonbrunn Palace. Featuring some of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written by Mozart and Strauss, this concert is performed by the Schonbrunn Palace Orchestra and Ensemble and takes place in an imperial residence full of history and culture. Be transported back to Vienna’s golden age of music as you are treated to a stunning performance including vocalists and ballet dancers.
Enter the magnificent grounds of Schonbrunn Palace, a favoured summer residence of many Habsburg rulers and officially the most visited tourist attraction in Vienna. In imperial times the palace was the setting for sumptuous festivities with musical performances from some of the greatest musicians the world has ever seen. Indeed the famous musical duel between Mozart and Salieri took place during one of these concerts.
Head for the former Orangery, originally intended to store fruit but subsequently renovated into a splendid concert hall. Here you will take your seat and wait in anticipation for the concert to begin. The first half of the performance will be dedicated to overtures, arias and duets by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart such as “The Marriage of Figaro, ” “The Magic Flute” and “Don Giovanni”. After the intermission, let the orchestra delight you with the most memorable waltzes and polkas by the “King of Waltz”, Johann Strauss, including “The Bat, ” “The Gipsy King, ” the “Radetzky March” and of course, the “Blue DanubeWaltz”. This night is sure to stay long in the memory!
Meeting/pick-up point: The voucher will be exchanged at the box office with the name "Orangerie" at the exit of Schonbruns subway across the road. At 7.45pm instead of 8.15pm
Duration: 4 hours

Available until 31 December 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Mozarthaus Vienna
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Famous for its choral and orchestral talents, the Austrian city of Vienna is sure to delight once more with a unique experience and performance. Celebrate your passion for arts and entertainment by joining us for a journey through the history and music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Mozarthaus Vienna.
A city steeped in history and culture, Vienna has become synonymous with some of the best composers of the world. Combining a long tradition of classical music and professionally skilled musicians, be taken to a world of unmatched artistry as the Mozarthaus Vienna presents the life and work of the musical genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. See the subtle exterior and opulence inside as you view the historical apartment floor by floor. You'll see where many of his pieces were composed as the exhibit takes you to the highpoint of his creativity.
Be captivated and amazed by an extensive presentation of the major works of Mozart through his decade in Vienna. The program includes some of the most famous and alluring works of the famed musician, presented in a fantastic display of artistry. Find yourself amongst an international audience overwhelmed by the joys of the great Mozart.
Take in the rich and vibrant musical history of Vienna as you gaze upon the exhibits of the Mozarthaus Vienna. Exploring the depths of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's life and history, you will be left awed and inspired, adding you to the ranks of classical music lovers from all over.
Meeting/pick-up point: Public transport U1, U3 or Bus line to Stephansplatz, then proceed on foot to Mozarthaus, at Vienna, Domgasse 5.
Duration: Audioguide tour: one hour.
Start/opening time: Open daily from 10 am to 7 pm.
Languages: Audioguides available for adults in German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Japanese, Hungarian, Russian, Czech and Slovak.
Audioguides available for children in German, English, Italian, French, Polish, Russian, Hungarian and Czech.

Available until 27 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Prague from Vienna
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Check out Prague and enter the realm of fantasy with this fascinating full day tour from Vienna. Visit the fairytale castle and enjoy an extensive city tour that includes such famous landmarks as the Charles Bridge, the National Theatre, the Old Jewish Cemetery, the Old Town and Wenceslas Square. You will also have free time to explore the city at your own pace.
Travel through the bucolic Moravian and Bohemian countrysides on your way to pristine Prague, one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. Begin on a high with a guided tour of the capital. At Prague Castle, the largest ancient fortress in the world, wander the myriad palaces, churches, monasteries, halls, towers and gardens that mark out this Disney-like complex. Which is more beautiful? St Vitus’s Cathedral or St George’s Basilica? Prague Castle asks those kinds of question of you.
Discover the city’s other sights during the rest of the guided tour. See the haunting Old Jewish Cemetery and enjoy panoramic views from Charles Bridge, possibly one of the most romantic spots in the city. It buzzes with the sound of musicians, artists and performers.
In your free time you can take to the cobbled streets of the Old Town. Admire architectural gems from the Gothic spires of Our Lady of Tyn, through examples of modernism and historicism to the baroque beauty of St Nicholas Church. And you can’t miss the famous medieval astronomical clock on the Town Hall, with its Walk of the Apostles and the Grim Reaper striking the hour.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel (please call 24 hours in advance to confirm). Please provide the hotel name at the moment of reservation. Alternative meeting point: Staatsoper.
Duration: Between 10 and 12 hours.
Start/opening time: Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.15 am (from April 2 to October 31).
Languages: English, German, French, Italian and Spanish. Japanese guide only available in Prague.
Others: Valid passport or ID for EU citizens and the voucher required.

Available until 31 December 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Ride the Vienna Ring tram and experience the splendour of the city
Vienna Excursions & Tours: The new Vienna Ring tram will take visitors of Vienna on a tour of the most beautiful parts of the city along the Wiener Linien tram lines. It provides visitors to the city with the perfect opportunity to take a quick and convenient trip around the city, allowing you to take in all of the sights of the city and get your bearings!
In the mid-19th century, Vienna’s old city wall was replaced by the boulevard which, in conjunction with the Franz-Josefs-Kai, now forms a ring around the city centre which the tram lines now run along. Magnificent buildings line the splendid boulevard, providing tourists with a vast array of spectacular sights to behold along the journey!
You’ll be able to see the brilliant State Opera House, as well as the Hofburg and the Parliament Building. The Vienna City Hall, the Burgtheater, the Vienna Stock Exchange and numerous other prestigious buildings are along the boulevard and can be viewed from the Vienna Ring Tram, irrespective of the weather.
Whilst aboard the tram, passengers are provided with information about the city sites via the LCD screens and headphones, keeping visitors informed of their surroundings! This is definitely a trip worth taking for those new to the city of Vienna who wish to see the major sites.
Meeting/pick-up point: Starting at the departure point at Schwedenplatz.
Duration: One Ring Tour.
Start/opening time: The Vienna Ring Tram circles the ring at 30-minute intervals each day from 10 am. until 5.30 pm. The final circuit starts at 5.30 pm.
Languages: There is information about the city sites via the LCD screens and headphones. It is possible to choose between eight languages (German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Hungarian, Russian and Japanese).

Available until 31 October 2017 then from 1 May 2018
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Romantic Danube Boat Trip
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Live an unforgettable and romantic experience with this one of a kind cruise along the world renowned Danube River.
What better way can there possibly be for getting to see all there is to see in the fabulous city of Vienna than by cruising along the majestic course of the Danube? Not only is this a relaxing experience that will make you forget all about your day to day worries, but it is also one that will provide you with a truly unparalleled vantage point of the city’s iconic landmarks. Indeed, Vienna looks even more beautiful when contemplate from the waves.
The moment you step onto our comfortable boat, make sure to leave all your worries behind back on the shore and simply let yourself go with the flow. Some of the landmarks you will come across throughout this voyage are a series of Vienna’s most famous towers: the Danube Tower, the Millennium Tower and as well as that the observatory too! Other well-known parts of town you will float by are the District Heating Plant Spittelau, the Urania Observatory and many other fascinating sites.
One of the highlights of this trip is that you will even get to experience what it is like to navigate through one or two of the locks as the boat is raised or lowered where the water levels of the Danube differ because of the dams. This is bound to be a fun and interesting day that will stay in your memory for a long time to come.
Redeem information
Voucher type: Printed
Printed Voucher. Print and bring the voucher to enjoy the activity.
Location
Starting point:
Schweden Platz, Viena - AT
End point: Same as starting point
Schedule
Opening dates
Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday, 14:00 - 17:00
Duration: 3 Hours
Guiding options
Guiding type: Guide
Tips type: Included
Group type: Shared

Available until 29 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Salzburg from Vienna
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Experience Austria’s stupendous countryside en route to the storybook city of Salzburg.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Pass by spell-binding glacial lakes and mountains
* Explore the old town of Salzburg
* Walk in the footsteps of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
This is no mere transfer to the city. The drive through the Salzkammergut region will amaze you with its crystal-clear glacial lakes and soaring mountains accentuated with white, limestone deposits. You’ll feel like you’re driving in a landscape painting. No surprise many artists have flocked to this resort area to capture the incredible views.
The region’s name means ‘Estate of the Salt Chamber’ and it was here that the Habsburg dynasty became very rich mining the so-called ‘white gold’. Today what glitters are the spectacular lakes carved from the landscape during the Ice Ages. We pass Lake Wolfgang, the region’s largest lake. We also drive around the beloved Lake Fuschl protected by Castle Fuschl. Marshy inlets rim the water that is so clean that it’s drinkable. The visibility reaches six metres and, even though it’s a glacial lake, the water is warm attracting travellers and Austrians alike.
You’ll be inspired to belt out an aria or two amid this spectacular scenery. However, the true crescendo will arrive when we reach Salzburg, the home of the 18th century musical maestro Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
We set off to explore its old town; admire the well-preserved historic centre with its elaborate Baroque architecture and well-manicured parks. A UNESCO Heritage Site, Salzburg’s old town retains its old-world charm with a vibrant present-day art and music scene. See the principle sites and hear an aria or two drifting from the many music halls or homes.
Meeting point: State Opera House. Pick up at the hotel available upon request.
Duration: Between 10 - 12 hours.
Start or opening time: At 7:15am.
Languages: English, German, French and Spanish. Tours in Italian on Tuesday and Saturday.

Available until 31 March 2018
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Schoenbrunn Palace Tour, Dinner and Concert
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Discover Vienna’s majestic Schonbrunn Palace as you soak up the very best of Austrian culture with a tour of the Palace, a sumptuous dinner and a classical concert. Built and added to over the centuries by successive monarchs of the Habsburg dynasty, Schonbrunn is one of Vienna’s most important cultural monuments and a truly spectacular royal residence. Experience the VIP treatment on this unforgettable evening that allows you to go back in time to the golden age of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
The Empress Maria Theresa made the palace her summer residence, Emperor Franz Joseph I would spend his days in its sprawling grounds and now you too can explore this magnificent residence. Tour the private chambers and ceremonial rooms with a comprehensive audioguide. Groups of more than ten will even enjoy an exclusive guided tour given by one of the Palace's guides, after the official opening hours.
Then cross the Palace’s main entrance to the Ehrenhof or Court of honour where you will find the former kitchen. Now converted into a delightful restaurant, a candlelit three course dinner awaits you inside. Enjoy the best of traditional Austrian cuisine before heading to the elaborately restored Palace Orangery to enjoy a stunning musical and visual spectacle.
Frequently the venue for lavish festivities during the Habsburgs’ rule featuring performances from Mozart, the setting has been beautifully restored to its former glory. Take in a performance including the renowned Schonbrunn palace Orchestra, vocalists and ballet dancers that guaranteed to captivate the audience after a magical evening.
Meeting/pick-up point: Individual guests are requested to pick up their documents at our office located at the Orangery, open daily from 9am.
Start/opening time: Palace tour: during the winter months, we recommend that individual guests start the audioguide Palace tour no later than 4pm. During the summer, please start your tour no later than 5pm.
Diner at at Café-Restaurant Residenz: at 6.30pm.
Schönbrunn Palace Orangery open its doors at 8pm and the concert starts at 8.30pm.
End/closing time: At 10.15pm.
Others: You will receive all documents from one of our staff members right before the start of the program.
After the concert, taxis will be available right outside Schönbrunn Palace Orangery. The subway runs until midnight in five- to eight-minute intervals.

Available until 30 December 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Spanish Riding School
Vienna Excursions & Tours: IN AN EXCLUSIVE TOUR of the Spanish Riding School you will visit the unique baroque Winter Riding School, the Summer Riding School with the world’s largest oval horse walker and the stables of the Lipizzan stallions, which have been housed in the Stallburg (one of Vienna’s most prominent Renaissance building) for more than 450 years. You will see the various locations that make up the special charm of our historic institution and you will learn about our history, equestrian traditions and about our stars – the Lipizzan stallions!
Like many grand Austrian traditions, the Lipizzan breed of horse dates back to the Habsburg dynasty when the Emperor Maximillian II brought horses from Andalucia to Austria to crossbreed with their best Arabian stock. With the growing popularity of dressage events amongst royalty and nobility in the 16th century, the Spanish riding school in Vienna was founded in 1572 and has thrived to this day.
Marvel at the beautiful white and gray stallions in front of you and admire the incredible control that their riders demonstrate. This is achieved through years of careful nurturing and training and these horses are treated almost as well as the Habsburg Emperors centuries ago. Each rider is personally responsible for the training of the stallion entrusted into their care and the bond between horse and rider is evident to see.
Duration: Morning exercise takes place from Tuesday to Friday and lasts two hours approx.
Languages: English and German.
Others: Please note that this event is not suitable for children under the age of 3. Entrance will not be permitted. Taking pictures and filming is not permitted.

Vienna Excursions & Tours - Strauss and Mozart Concert at Kursalon Palace
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Come and enjoy a marvelous night of classical music in spectacular surroundings at the Kursalon Palace in the heart of Vienna’s City Park. The spiritual home of the waltz and of composers Johan Strauss and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Vienna’s history and traditions of classical music are brought to life in this fantastic evening show. Virtuoso musicians, fantastic opera singers and enchanting ballet dancers come together to present an evening full of Viennese charm, including the sounds of waltz, polka, arias and duets, as well as operetta and concert solo pieces at the highest artistic level possible. You are sure to have an unforgettable evening in stunning surroundings.
Showcasing the finest works of both Strauss and Mozart, the musical programme includes Strauss’s waltz masterpiece On the Beautiful Blue Danube, A Night in Venice and Bandit Gallop, as well as Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro and much more. Admire the talent of the highly trained orchestra and singers as they perform these timeless classics accompanied by expert ballet dancers.
Choose to make the evening extra special by selecting the fantastic VIP package, which includes a whole host of added benefits. You will enjoy the performance from a reserved priority seat and be served with a glass of sparkling wine in the interval. Furthermore as a leaving gift you will receive at Johann Strauss CD and a programme booklet of the night0’s events.
Start/opening time: At 8.15pm
Duration: 2 hours
Others: Parking not available.

Available 31-31 December 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Strauss and Mozart New Year's Eve Concert
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Bid farewell to the year in true Viennese style with a New Year Concert at the beautiful Kursalon. Located where the grand Vienna Ring Boulevard meets the green City Park, the atmosphere and setting couldn’t be better to see the New Year in.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Listen to the “Alt Wien” orchestra play music by Mozart and Strauss
* Learn how to dance the waltz
* See a spectacular musical fireworks show from the Kursalon terrace
Join the “Alt Wien” orchestra, elegant ballet dancers and international opera singers for a night you won’t forget. Listen to pieces by Johann Strauss and W. A. Mozart in the surroundings of the magnificent Lanner Hall, and enjoy an evening of full entertainment.
After the concert, learn how to dance the waltz during a waltzing workshop and watch a spectacular musical fireworks show from the Kursalon terrace overlooking the City Park. Get into the spirit with a dance and party to see you into the small hours and make every moment in Vienna count.
Duration: 1.5 hours.
Start/opening time: At 8:15pm or 10:30pm.
End/closing time: After 12am.

Available until 30 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - The Secrets of Wachau Valley Tour
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Unlock the hidden secrets of the wonderful Wachau Valley, one of the most beautiful destinations near Vienna. Head off the beaten track through the narrow backstreets and even narrower wine paths, and discover charming villages, picturesque towns and spectacular scenery while learning all about winemaking and the fascinating history and culture of this region.
Explore the Wachau from the luxury and comfort of an eight-seater Mercedes minivan and visit some of the valley’s many wineries. See the steep vineyards that cover the banks of the Danube in this area renowned for its dry whites made from riesling and gruner veltliner grapes. Enjoy some free time to wander around Durnstein, a pretty medieval town dominated by the ruins of a castle where English king Richard the Lionheart (of Robin Hood fame) was held prisoner. Pause for lunch in a Heuriger, a traditional Austrian wine tavern.
Visit a beautiful family-run winery in the hillside hamlet of Spitz overlooking the Danube. Taste a selection of wines from the valley and sample other local delicacies such as the famed apricot jams and schnapps. Hop aboard a river barge for a scenic 70- minute Danube cruise from Spitz to Melk, giving you a different perspective of the Wachau. Stroll around the picture-postcard town of Melk, which is dominated by the mesmerising Melk Abbey. Cap off a delightful day away from the big city by taking some photos of Austria’s most famous and arguably most beautiful baroque monastery before returning to Vienna.
Meeting/pick-up point: No. 45 Franz Josefs Kai.
Start/opening time: 9am.
Languages: English.
Others: The wine tavern lunch and Danube cruise are available in the summer season only, from late April to late September. Please check dates when booking.
Tour only operates with minimum number of 4 participants.

Available until 31 December 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Time Travel – Magic Vienna History Tour
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Let the history of Vienna come alive before your eyes in a unique history show at Time Travel Vienna. You’ll be whisked from Roman times to the present day with a mixture of 5D cinema, imperial theatre, waltzing and rides. Take a trip down history lane!
Ride through more than 2,000 years of history in the 5D time ride. Fly through a Roman camp at Vindobona, medieval Vienna, the construction of St. Stephen’s Cathedral and the Turkish Sieges; all brought to life with 3D and special effects. Next, skip to the Habsburg dynasty, and Maria Theresa, Franz Joseph, Maximilian I and Empress Elizabeth will grant you a personal audience at the imperial theatre. You’ll discover how the House of Habsburg became one of the most important dynasties, before making your way to the Waltz Ride. Here you can meet Mozart as he appear before your eyes, and be seduced by the classical tunes that made Vienna the music capital of Europe. Next stop, find out what the Second World War was really like for the Viennese: witness an air raid in an authentic bomb shelter, and celebrate the signing of the Austrian state treaty. The last stop on our historical voyage is a ride over the rooftops of Vienna. See the wonderful capital city from above and gain an insight on the most beautiful landmarks from a different point of view aboard the Fiaker Ride.
With guaranteed fun and action for all the family, feel the sensations and emotions of Viennese history in this highly humorous and entertaining experience.
Duration: 50 minutes.
Start/opening time: Tour start every 20 minutes from 10am to 8pm.
Languages: The entire tour is fully-translated by a new audio guide system and international visitors can go along with each tour Visitors will hear both the tour guides as well as the tour and film texts simultaneously translated by the audio guides in their chosen language. The tour guides speak German. 10 languages to choose from: English, Spanish, Italian, French, Hungarian, Polish, Czech, Russian, Japanese, Chinese.
Others: Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the show start time.

Available until 30 September 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Timeless Tunes of Mozart and Strauss by the Vienna Residence Orchestra
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Complete your trip to Vienna with a visit to one of the city’s many concert halls. Therein you will be able to sit back, relax and enjoy the evocative and timeless music of the world famous composers Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Richard Strauss.
The Vienna Residence Orchestra is a Viennese chamber orchestra with a long tradition of performing the ‘Wiener Klassik’ in its most purest form. The Orchestra has been performing beautiful concerts at some of the city’s finest concert halls for many decades. In 1991 the orchestra was appointed as the official representative of the City of Vienna for the celebration of the bicentenary of Mozart’s death and also performs regularly at the ‘Vienna International Festival’. The Orchestra now brings to life the popular Mozart and Strauss concerts day after day at the majestic Vienna Palais. The programme includes some of the most famous and beautiful classics by these great composers. Many of the performances have been accompanied by world famous opera singers and ballet dancers; in fact, already back in 1992 Rudlof Nurejev was invited to be a guest conductor and was such a great success that subsequently he was followed by many more renowned performers from the world of music and dance.
A night listening to this superb orchestra will surely be the highlight of your trip to Vienna so be sure not to miss this memorable opportunity the sounds of which will reverberate in your mind for many years to come.
Meeting/pick-up point: Palais Auersperg. Auerspergstrasse 1, A-1080 Vienna.
Duration: One and a half hours.

Vienna Excursions & Tours - Treasures of the Habsburgs
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Come with us on this glittering tour that takes you back in time to the days when emperors and kings amassed fabulous collections of great art and exquisite jewels. On this trip you have the opportunity to view the sumptuous treasures of the House of Habsburg when you visit the Imperial Treasury at the Hofburg Palace as well as the outstanding collection in the Kunstkammer, a museum situated within the Kunsthistorisches Museum.
The Kunstkammer collection is considered one of the most important of its kind in the world and has only recently been reopened for public viewing in 2013. The 2,200 piece collection is mainly based on the Habsburgs long and passionate tradition of collecting the fabulous and exotic, the rare and the curious. This truly impressive collection which contains such masterpieces as Cellini’s Saliera – a golden crafted salt cellar centre piece, and imperial works of art by the great Rubens, Rembrandt, Raphael, Velazquez, Titian and Durer is sure to capture your imagination and stay with you forever.
Our quest for treasure continues when we visit the world’s most valuable collection of imperial artefacts belonging to the House of Habsburg. This magnificent collection of secular and ecclesiastical treasures contains the majestic Austrian crown jewels including the Imperial Crown of Austria, the Holy Lance and Imperial sword and the chain of The Order of the Golden Fleece. Among ecclesiastical contains many devotional images and alters mainly from the Baroque period as well as sumptuous jewels and the largest cut emerald in the world.
Meeting/pick-up point: The customer can collect the tickets at any of the 3 museums: Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna Maria Theresien-Platz, 1010 Vienna.
Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna, Neue Burg. Neue Burg Heldenplatz, 1010 Vienna.
Imperial Treasury Vienna, Hofburg, Schweizerhof, 1010 Vienna.
Start/opening time:
KHM – Treasures of the Habsburgs: Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna - Daily except Mon 10am – 6pm, Thu 10am – 9pm. June to August: daily 10am – 6pm, Thu 10am – 9pm. Imperial Treasury Vienna, Daily except Tue 9am – 5:30pm. Neue Burg – Wed -Sun, 10am – 6pm.
Duration: Three hours.
Languages: Audio guides available in German, English, Italian, French and Russian.

Available until 15 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Vienna Bike Tour and Wine Tavern Visit
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Escape the big city with a cycling tour of the Wachau Valley, a scenic wine-growing region just an hour away from Vienna. This fun-filled full day trip offers wine tasting, sightseeing, strolls through charming villages, hiking through the ruins of medieval castles and a rambunctious feast at a traditional tavern. This tour has it all!
The wonderful Wachau Valley on the banks of the Danube is a Unesco World Heritage Site, famed for its lush verdant landscapes and rustic towns but most of all for the quality of its wines, especially the young whites. Visits to the family-run wineries that dot the valley are almost a rite of passage for Austrians. Breathe in the fresh country air as you cycle along this secret Eden, taking in the sights and sounds of the pristine scenery.
Stop at local wineries and sample a variety of wines as well as other local delicacies, like the valley’s famed apricot jams or chocolates, chutneys and mustard as well as schnapps and liqueurs. Enjoy free time to explore the picturesque medieval town of Durnstein, which is dominated by the ruins of a castle where English king Richard the Lionheart (of Robin Hood fame) was held prisoner. The views over the Danube and the valley are breathtaking. Maybe you can jump into the river for a swim or go for a riverside stroll. Then enjoy lunch at a family-owned tavern serving traditional Austrian dishes. This action-packed day trip has it all: fun, exercise, sightseeing, history, culture, food and, of course, wine.
Meeting/pick-up point: Spittelau train station in front of Ströck bakery in the main hall.
Start/opening time: 9am.
End/closing time: 6pm.
Languages: English and German with others on request.
Meeting/pick-up point: Franz Josefs Kai 45.
Start/opening time: 9am.
End/closing time: 6pm.
Languages: English.
Others: Tour only operates with minimum number of 4 participants.

Available until 14 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Vienna City Bike Tour
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Hop on your bike and explore Vienna with this healthy and fun tour. The Austrian capital is a flat city, with many parks and green areas and an easily accessible old town with an extensive network of cycle lanes and the slow traffic streets. Accompanied by an expert guide, you will see many of the top sights and attractions in this magical city while learning about its dramatic history.
Cycle along quite alleys and major thoroughfares, seeing sights such as the State Opera House, the City Hall, the Austrian Parliament, the university, the Hofburg imperial palace, the eclectic Hundertwasserhaus, the monumental Karlsplatz, the giant Ferris wheel made famous by the Third Man, the Danube and much, much more.
Pedal your way along the Ringstrasse, the wide boulevard that was built where the ancient city walls had stood. It is a testament to the Habsburg Empire and features a number of magnificent buildings that represent the zenith of the monarchy before its collapse just a few decades later. See the Gothic revival City Hall and the impressive neo-classical Austrian Parliament building, which harks back to ancient Greece.
Admire the vast Hofburg palace in its full glory, where the imperial family lived in the winter, and enjoy looking at and hearing about the multicoloured and multistyled Hundertwasserhaus. Take in the magnificent Karlsplatz, which will simply take your breath away and behold the Ferris immortalised by Orson Welles.
Meeting/pick-up point: Franz Josefs kai 45
Start/opening time: 2.15pm.
End/closing time: 5.15pm.
Languages: English.
Others: Tour operates in all weather conditions and rain ponchos are provided.

Available until 14 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Vienna City Walking Tour
Vienna Excursions & Tours: The beauty of Vienna is that many of its main attractions are located within the Old Town and thus easy to explore by foot with this morning walking tour. See the main sights and attractions, and learn all about the city’s dramatic history from its humble beginnings during the Roman Empire to its zenith as the capital of the multinational Habsburg Empire.
Wander through streets and squares steeped in history accompanied by a knowledgeable and passionate guide who will regale you with anecdotes about the cuisine, people, culture and architecture that have made Vienna one of the greatest cities in the world. Admire historic landmarks as St Rupert’s Church, the oldest in the city, and the Hofburg Palace, the favoured winter residence of the Habsburg dynasty until their demise at the end of the Great War. It is the pinnacle of Belle Époque Vienna.
See the vast square where Hitler made his notorious speech Anschluss speech, thus condemning Austria to Nazi rule. Stroll along the elegant pedestrianised shopping streets, where high-end boutiques sell their luxury goods. Pass palatial townhouses that were once the homes of aristocrats and behold the Gothic glory of St Stephen’s Cathedral. Admire its mosaic-like roof tiles that give it an unusual colourful complexion. Affectionately called Steffl by the Viennese, the cathedral’s belfry stands at 136 metres and took 65 years to build.
This easy-going and informative tour has something for everyone, from architecture, art and culture to history and music.
Meeting/pick-up point: Franz Josefs Kai 45.
Start/opening time: 10.30am.
End/closing time: 1pm.
Languages: English and German with others on request.
Others: Tour only operates with minimum number of 4 participants.

Available until 17 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Vienna Hofburg Orchestra Concert
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Spend an unforgettable Viennese evening in the company of the Vienna Hofburg Orchestra.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* See a concert in the Hofburg Imperial Palace
* Listen to music by Strauss and Mozart
* Forty-person strong orchestra founded 30 years ago
Attend a concert at the Hofburg Imperial Palace. No other concert venue can compare to the grandeur and exuberance of the representation rooms at the palace. Sit back, relax and be serenaded by the gentle melodies of the Vienna Hofburg Orchestra.
Famous and beloved compositions by the “King of Waltz”, Johann Strauss II, as well as arias of operas by W. A. Mozart in the wonderful atmosphere of Vienna's Imperial Palace (Hofburg), create a magical evening in Vienna.
The orchestra consists of about 40 professional musician and international soloist of the Vienna State Opera. Founded 30 years ago, the orchestra still delights with its waltz and operetta pieces. Enjoy a concert in the music capital of the world.
Duration: 1.5 hours.
Start/opening time: At 8:30pm.
Others: Category A seating is the closest to the stage. The concert venues are the magnificent halls in the Vienna Hofburg as well as the Vienna Konzerthaus or the Musikverein.
The concerts will take place in one of the following concert halls inside the theatre: Hofburg / Redoutensaal 1010 Wien , entrance from Josefsplatz; Hofburg / Festsaal 1010 Wien, entrance from Heldenplatz; Hofburg / Zeremoniensaal, 1010 Wien, entrance from Heldenplatz.

Available until 31 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Vienna Hop On - Hop Off Bus Tour and Guided Walking Tour
Vienna Excursions & Tours: See all there is to see in the fascinating city of Vienna with this one of a kind tour. A hop on - hop off bus is by far the best and most efficient way of getting to know a city.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Discover every corner of the city with five different routes
* Hop on and off at any of the 45 stops
* Ticket includes a guided walking tour of the city centre
* Combine your ticket with a Danube cruise or horse drawn carriage tour
If it is your first time in Vienna, with this tour you can very quickly get to know all of the most important and iconic landmarks, as well as learn a bit about their history and find out their locations. But even people who claim to know Vienna well are bound to discover something new by hopping aboard our bus, thanks to the eloquent narrations of the city’s history that are packed with fun historical facts and other trivia.
The advantages of a hop on-hop off bus tour are innumerable, but without a shadow of a doubt the most special one of the is the advantage that gives it a name: it’s hop on - hop off nature. What’s more, with your ticket you can join a guided walking tour through the centre of Vienna, or combine your ticket with a cruise along the Danube or Danube Canal or even combine it with a horse drawn carriage tour to admire the sights from another perspective.
This tour includes five routes that you can combine as you wish:
Red Route:
Admire the sights along the Ring Road such as the State Opera, Hofburg Palace, the Parliament, or the Burgtheater.
Yellow Route:
Discover the famous Schoenbrunn Palace, the Naschmarkt market, the Museum of Military History, as well as Belvedere Palace.
Blue Route:
On this route along the Danube you can enjoy highlights such as the Hundertwasserhaus, the Prater with its giant Ferris wheel, or a trip up the Danube Tower.
Green Route:
Enjoy Vienna's green environs, the wine village of Grinzing, the panoramic views from the Kahlenberg, as well as the Klosterneuburg Monastery.
Grey Route:
Journey through time from the Romans, to the Baroque period, up to the present time. Our bus takes you from Vienna to the Open-Air Museum Petronell-Carnuntum and to the Palace Schloss Hof, Austria's largest rural palace complex.
Free 24 hour ticket up until the 8th of January. This special offer is valid on all routes, except for the red and grey lines. Meeting/pick-up point: Customers can hop on at any of the 45 stops around the city. Suggested starting point: State Opera. Walking tour departs from the State Opera. Horse drawn carriage tours depart and end in Josef Meinrad Platz.
Start/opening time:
Red line: running every 8 – 15 minutes from 9.30am to 8pm.
Blue line: running every 15 – 30 minutes, from 10am to 7.26pm.
Green line: From May 29th, Mon to Thu and Sun, from 2.45pm to 6.52pm; Fri and Sat, from 2.45pm to 7.52pm.
Yellow line: running every 15 – 30 minutes. Between 01/05 and 30/06 and between 01/09 and 15/010, from 9.45am to 6.30pm. Between 01/07 and 31/08, from 9.45am to 7.30pm.
Grey line: operates on Saturday and Sunday plus 6/4, 1/5, 14/5, 15/5, 25/5, 4/6, 5/6 and 26/10 every 60 minutes from 10am to 6pm.
Boat ride: Between 17/05 and 14/09, from 10.30am to 7.20pm. Between 15/09 and 28/09, from 10.30am to 6.20pm. Between 29/09 and 18/10, from 10.30am to 5.20pm.
Guided walking tour: at 2.30pm, 3.30pm and 4.30pm. May: Mon, Wed, Sat and Sun; June to September: daily; October: Fri, Sat and Sun.
Horse drawn carriage tours depart every 10 - 30 minutes.
Languages: Audio guides in German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Japanese, Greek, Portuguese, Hungarian, Romanian, Arabic, Czech, Turkish, and Russian.
Children's commentary channel in German and English.
Walking tour available in English and German only.
Others: Child age: 3 - 12 years old.

Available until 31 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Vienna Panoramic Tour and Danube Boat Ride
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Cruise along the Danube River: a link between Vienna’s trading and cultural past and its pulsating, creative present. As we cruise along you will almost hear the orchestral music of its most revered residents, Beethoven and Mozart.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Relax on Vienna’s answer to Copacabana on Danube Island
* Excite your senses at the Hundertwasserhaus
* See where Vienna’s most extraordinary residents lived
Today the Viennese and travellers troll the waters in recreational boats of all sizes from paddle boats to rubber dinghies. Stop to dine and soak up the sun on the Danube’s shores as we anchor at Danube Island, a recreational utopia offering beaches and surf spots, bikes for rent, bars and much more . Chill on the exotic beach teasingly named Copa Cagrana for Rio de Janeiro’s Copacabana and strip or shield your eyes for Danube Island also has many nudist areas.
Such pampering will leave you feeling like a royal family member, industrial magnate, or at least someone with deep pockets. Get a sense of what’s in their wallets during our visit to the Austrian Mint. The entity is responsible for designing and creating Austria’s Euro coins and many commemorative coins.
At the next stop, you will be blown away by the explosion of colours and eco-friendly architecture of the Hundertwasserhaus. Built in the 1980s, the apartment house was the brainchild of Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser and architect Joseph Krawina. Dubbed a ‘house in harmony with nature’, the floors undulate and trees grow inside the houses and poke out the windows.
Other more conventional homes are on the tour but the residents who inhibited them are far from ordinary. You will visit the homes of physicist Albert Einstein and composer Ludwig van Beethoven to learn more about the geniuses that Vienna gave to the world.
Meeting/pick-up point: Südtiroler Platz - Wiedner Gürtel / Laxenburger Strasse. Meet at bus stop with Vienna Sightseeing Tours’ logo.
Duration: Three and a half hours.
Start or opening time: At 2.45pm.

Available until 10 April 2018
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Vienna Pass
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Make Vienna your city with the Vienna PASS.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Free access to Vienna’s most important landmarks, museums and monuments
* Skip the line entry
* Unlimited travel on Vienna’s hop on – hop off buses
Vienna PASS – your sightseeing pass to Vienna. Save money and complement your trip to Vienna with free access to the greatest and most famous sights, monuments and museums as well as unlimited travel on the hop on – hop off buses. Save time with skip the line access and be sure to make the most of your precious time in this wonderful city.
Choose between a two, three or six day pass with free access to over sixty of the top attractions on everybody’s must-do list. Learn about Vienna’s royal side and visit the impressive Schoenbrunn Palace, gardens and zoo as well as the Hofburg Palace, Spanish Riding School and Imperial Treasury Museum. Get closer to world famous art at the Art History Museum, the Albertina, Leopold Museum and mumok Museum of Modern Art, amongst many others, and you can travel easily and comfortably between them with unlimited use of the hop on – hop off buses. With the pass you can also take a ride on the Giant Ferris Wheel for top notch views over the city’s skyline and take a speedy 35 second lift ride up 155m to the top of the Danube Tower for equally spectacular panoramic views. The opportunities are endless!
Additionally, if you choose the pass with travelcard option, take advantage of free unlimited public transport for the duration of your pass. Travel by tram, underground and bus between the city sights, saving you time and money.
What’s included:
Free entrance to over 60 of Vienna’s most famous attractions including Schoenbrunn Palace and Zoo, Giant Ferris Wheel, Imperial Palace Schloss Hofburg, Mozart House and many more! Unlimited rides on hop on - hop off buses (6 routes, 47 stops). Save time and skip the lines.
Meeting/pick-up point: To exchange your voucher please go to: The Vienna PASS Customer Service Center is located at the Opernpassage (underground passage) right by the State Opera.
Duration: Two, three or six days.
Start/opening time: Central Vienna Collection Desk and Customer Service Centre is open from January to March: Monday - Saturday: 10am – 5pm; Sundays and holidays: 10am – 3pm. April to October: Monday - Saturday 9.30am – 6pm; Sundays and Holidays 9.30am – 3pm. November-December: Monday-Saturday: 10am – 5pm; Sundays and holidays: 10am – 3pm.
Opening times for the Airport Driver counter: Monday - Sunday 6am - midnight.
Others: Children below the age of 6 get free admission to the all-inclusive offers if accompanied by an adult holding a Vienna PASS. Please Note: If you opt for a Vienna PASS with travelcard, one child under 15 can travel free per one adult holding a Vienna PASS with travelcard. Any additional children, under 19, holding a Junior Vienna PASS need to purchase a travelcard. All children below 15 travel free on Sundays and public holidays. Voucher validity: same day

Available until 31 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Vienna Woods and Mayerling Tour
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Elope into the fairytale forests of the Vienna Woods for this morning tour and discover picture-postcard villages, visit the tragic Mayerling hunting lodge, explore magnificent monasteries and enjoy a sensational boat ride on the largest underground lake in Europe.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Discover the equally enthralling sights and scenery outside Vienna city centre
* Pass through the beautiful spa town of Baden
* Take a cruise 60 metres below the ground
This spellbinding excursion to the southern woods offers the perfect break from the hustle and bustle of the big city. Barely half an hour away from the capital, the Vienna Woods have for centuries offered a wonderful recreational space for the Viennese. Pass by the beautiful spa town of Baden, which dates from Roman times, whose thermal springs have brought it the prosperity that paid for so many beautiful buildings. Continue your adventure through the scenic Helenental valley past the ruins of a medieval castle and towards Mayerling .
The royal hunting lodge at Mayerling was the scene of a tragic end to an affair that would have dramatic consequences for the Habsburg Empire and the history of Europe. It was here that the married Crown Prince Rudolf and his young lover were found dead in 1889. The empire lost its heir and his replacement would be assassinated 25 years later, sparking World War I. Visit the memorial chapel dedicated to their memories.
Head to the stunning Heiligenkreuz Abbey and tour the medieval cloister , which houses the remains of the last Babenberger; the dynasty that ruled before the Habsburgs. Cap off a marvellous morning with a boat cruise 60 metres below the ground on the Seegrotte, Europe’s largest subterranean lake.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel (please call 24 hours in advance to confirm), Sudtiroler Platz by the Wiedner Gurtel, Laxenburger Strasse intersection, and the Opera.
Duration: Four hours.
Start or opening time: At 9.45am. Please be there 15 minutes in advance for Sudtiroler Platz and 30 minutes in advance at the Opera.

Available until 28 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Vienna by Night: Giant Ferris Wheel and Wine Tavern
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Light up your night with a dynamic evening sightseeing tour of Vienna, one of Europe’s most elegant cities.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Ride over the roofs of Vienna on the Giant Ferris Wheel
* See the city’s main landmarks lit up by night
* Visit the picturesque village of Grinzing on the outskirts of Vienna
The local authorities have made an art form of floodlighting and this panoramic drive through the Austrian capital will give you a completely new perspective on its squares, boulevards, palaces and churches.
Drive along the renowned Ringstrasse, the broad boulevard that replaced the city walls in the mid-19th century and admire the illuminated assembly of palaces, ministries, churches and opera houses that flank it . See buildings such as the Museum of Applied Arts and the glorious Gothic revival-style City Hall. See the neo-classical Austrian Parliament with its frieze dominated by Emperor Franz Joseph, the brilliant Burgtheater, the neo-Renaissance University faculty, the Votivkirche, the stunning State Opera, the Academy of Fine Arts and many more outstanding architectural marvels.
Arrive at the Giant Ferris Wheel (or Wiener Riesenrad) in the Prater amusement park, which carries you 212 ft above the city and from where you will be able to enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the entire city. Then we’re off for a high of another sort with a visit to the picturesque suburb of Grinzing, which still has the air of a village. It is renowned for its Heuriger , taverns that serve young wines from the Danubian valleys. Here you can experience that uniquely Austrian sensation known as Gemütlichkeit , a mix of comfort and cosiness. This visit includes a quarter-litre of wine and is a great way to familiarise yourself with Viennese culture and social life.
Duration: Three hours.
Start or opening time: At 7.15pm. Please be there 15 minutes in advance for Kursalon and 30 minutes in advance for the Opera.
End/ closing time: At 10.15pm.

Available until 14 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Vienna walking and bike tour
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Start the day with a wonderful walking tour of Vienna and then expand your knowledge of this fascinating and beautiful city with a cycling tour. See the main sights and attractions, and learn all about the city’s dramatic history from its humble beginnings during the Roman Empire to its heyday as the capital of the multinational Habsburg Empire.
In the morning, wander through streets and squares steeped in history accompanied by a knowledgeable and passionate guide who will regale you with anecdotes about the cuisine, people, culture and architecture that have made Vienna one of the greatest cities in the world. Admire historic landmarks as St Rupert’s Church, the oldest in the city, and the Hofburg Palace. Stroll along elegant pedestrianised shopping streets, passing palatial townhouses and admire the Gothic St Stephen’s Cathedral, with its magnificent mosaic-like roof tiles that give it an unusual colourful complexion.
In the afternoon, hop on your bike and explore the wider city thanks to an extensive network of cycle lanes. Accompanied by an expert guide, you will see many of the top sights and attractions such as the State Opera House, the Gothic revival City Hall and the impressive neo-classical Austrian Parliament building, the university, the eclectic, multicoloured and multistyled Hundertwasserhaus, the monumental Karlsplatz and the awe-inspiring baroque-rococo Charles Church, the giant Ferris wheel made famous by the Third Man, the River Danube and much, much more.
This easy-going and informative combination has something for everyone, from architecture, art and culture to history and music.
Meeting/pick-up point: N o. 45 Franz Josefs Kai.
Start/opening time: 10.30am for walking tour and 2.30pm for cycling tour.
Languages: English. Others: Tour only operates with minimum number of 4 participants.

Available until 5 October 2017
Vienna Excursions & Tours - Viennese Evening Boat Cruise
Vienna Excursions & Tours: Cruise the blue Danube to the sound of traditional Viennese music while enjoying a delicious wine tavern buffet dinner. Take in a different perspective of Vienna and see the city light up at night. The tour also covers most of the Danube Canal, which arches south of the old town. This splendid evening tour has a bit of everything that Vienna is famous for: music, food, culture, sightseeing and relaxation.
With entertainment provided by the incomparable duo of Erich Zib and his daughter, Marion, you are guaranteed an old-world atmosphere. They are among the leading exponents of a genre called Wienerlied or Schrammelmusik, which has been immensely popular since the late 19th century and has become of the city’s defining symbols. The melodies are sung in the Viennese dialect and the music comes from accordions, double-necked contraguitars and fiddles.
Feast on a tavern-style buffet while the boat glides along the river and canal. Heurigen are traditional taverns that serve hearty Austrian cuisine and young white wines from the country. They are renowned not just for their fare but for the special atmosphere that characterises them, a uniquely Austrian sensation known as gemütlichkeit , a mix of comfort, cosiness and friendliness. This is more than a cruise on the blue Danube; it’s a nostalgic journey to the old Austria and the last days of the Habsburg Empire. The tour ends at the Schwedenplatz pier.
Start/opening time: 7:15pm.
Languages: German and English.

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