City, First Time Visitor, Local Experience, Museums / Culture
Kid Friendly: No. suitable for kids 12 and older
Tour might have to be adapted
Maximum travelers: 10
German (fluent), French (fluent), English (fluent)
4 hour city tour including a guided visit to KHM
The Museum of Fine Arts (KHM - Kunsthistorisches Museum) is really one of my favorite places in Vienna!
We will start our day with a visIt to one of the best museums in the world, the Kunsthistorisches Museum.
I will enlighten you about the Dutch artists Ian Van Eyck and Peter Breughel, then meet Master Rubens and Master Rembrandt and conclude our tour in the Museum with my most favorite painting, the Artists Workshop by Ian Vermeer. Do you know what was Adolf Hitlers favorite painting? One that used to hang at the "Berghof"?
Do you have a favorite painting that you want to show me?
A coffee break at the Museum's spectacular cupola restaurant is a highlight too.
After the museum a beautiful city is waiting for us! We will see Vienna's most precious sights such as the Ringstreet, the Imperial Palace and St. Stephan's Cathedral, where our tour will conclude.
This tour is ideal if you want to combine a city tour and have guidance in one of the most impressive art collections of the world at the same time
Museum of Fine Arts (KHM) (closed on Mondays in the winter months)
Demel Patissery Shop
St. Stephan's Cathedral
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Museum of Fine Arts
End location: St. Stephans Cathedral
Duration: 4 hours
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 EURO - 15 EURO Ticket and possible snacks and coffee
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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Our morning tour with Susanne was wonderful. She introduced to a Vienna that we would have never found on our own, answering our questions and providing insight, as well as adjusting to our pace and interests. Thanks, Susanne!