8h tour in the Unesco World Heritage region
The Wachau is one of the most beautiful regions in Austria. Its charm is so picturesque that it was declared a UNESCO World heritage site.
Our tour will start out in your hotel and we will set out in a comfortable minivan to the Wachau region. We will be driven by a professional driver and a nice minivan.
Our first stop will be the quaint medival city of Krems.
After a nice ride along the vineyards we will arrive at the very charming village of Dürnstein, where we can have a little winetasting.
At the village of Spitz its time to board our boat where we can have lunch while enjoying the magnificent view of the ravines.
Our highlight of the tour will be the beautiful Baroque Melk Abbey. Its quite breathtaking!
If time permits we will see the traditional Austrian Baroque village of Melk.
The tour will conclude in your hotel.
You can book this tour from mid April- mid October.
pick up from hotel
Wine City of Krems
Boat ride from Spitz to Melk (April - September)
Guided tour at Melk Abbey
Visit of the town of Melk
ride back home to Vienna
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: your hotel
End location: your hotel
Duration: 8 hours
by minivan or limosine
This Wachau Sightseeing tour covers only my time as a guide and the minivan
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 EURO - this if for:
Ship Ticket, 25 EUR
Guided Tour Melk (Viennese guides are not allow to guide tours in Melk, only their own staff)
60 EUR Guide Group Tour and 10 per Ticket
Entrance fees, ship, guided tour at Melk and lunch
I do not have a car of my own but I can arrange for a separate car and driver. Vienna is a city like New York City where owning a car is not necessary and if so a hassle with parking.
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