City tour, city walk and Schönbrunn Palace - Highlights of both within 6 hours
During a city tour you will see the most outstanding monuments and sights of Vienna: The Ringroad with Opera house, Museum of Fine Arts and Museum of Nature's History, Parliament house, Townhall, Burgtheater, University, Votiv Church and the Stock exchange Building. Further you will pass Museumsquartier, Volkstheater and Karlsplatz with Charles Church, Secession, Musikverein and Nasch market. You will visit Schönbrunn Palace from inside with its 22 state rooms. This is the summer residence of several Habsburg emperors like Maria Theresia or Franz Joseph. You will also see the Belvedere Palace with its beautiful gardens during a short walk as well as Hundertwasserhaus, the most colourful art building in Vienna. Passing the Prater area with its Giant Ferris Wheel you will reach the Danube river front with the Danube Tower and the United Nations City. Last part of the tour will be city walk across the historical city center including the imperial residence quarter and romantic, medieval Vienna.
a) Private guided city tour by private car or minivan with some short stops
b) Visit of Schönbrunn Palace and private guided tour of 22 state rooms
c) Private guided city walk across the historical old town of Vienna
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: The best start would be at your hotel, but it could be a railway station as well as the cruise terminal at Reichsbrücke.
End location: according your needs
Duration: 6 hours
The city tour is done by car (1-3 persns) or by minivan (4-7 persons). The Schönbrunn visit and the city walk are obviously walking tours.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 Euros per person - for snacks, refreshments or souvenirs.
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Katharina was superb! She did exactly what we wanted: walked us around the inside of the Ring Strasse, gave us histories of the Vienna, the Austro Hungarian Empire, the rulers, the magnificent buildings, best places to eat, a rundown of various exhibits and museums so we could choose where to spend our remaining 6 days, and upcoming concerts. What a great overview to launch our tour of Vienna!