Vienna Belvedere Palace Park
Dürrnstein village in Wachau
Melk Abbey Paintings
Schloss Schönbrunn in Vienna
St.Stephen’s Cathedral Vienna
Schloss Belvedere vienna
Maria Theresien Platz Vienna
Austrian Parliament in Vienna
Vienna Spanish Riding School
Wachau Marillen (Apricots)
Immerse in Vienna’s unique ensemble of a former empire’s grandeur and meeting point of cultures; in its sophisticated charm and the pulsating present day life. On this tour you will see the most significant historical sights and you will get an impression why Vienna has such a reputation among the world’s capitals.
On request you can extend the tour to visit the Melk Abbey/Wachau valley and the tour can be ended in Vienna. Schoenbrunn Palace entrance ticket not included.
|01st January to 31st December|
|Tour Start||08:30 am|
|Duration||10 to 11 hours (approx.)|
|Pickup Place||Any location within the city of “Salzburg”|
Important Info a) Additional hours on request, when possible each extra hour cost Euro 90/-.
b) Some of tours need to cross over the country border, in case of border control we recommend you to carry passport.
c) Please inform us in case you want to take baby with you, we will try to arrange a suitable baby seat.
From Salzburg we take you directly to Vienna. The first stop will be at the Royal Palace Schönbrunn. This wonderful palace with the Gloriette, the huge elaborate park with many statues, fountains and the oldest zoo of its kind in the world are among the most important cultural monuments in Austria and UNESCO World Cultural Heritage.
From there we head for the Innere Stadt district with the Stephansdom surrounded by the Ringstrasse, one of Vienna’s main sights.
The Ringstrasse replaced the former city walls and was intended to show the glory and grandeur of the Habsburg Empire. According to that had been the plans for the buildings to erect which are now the world famous Ringstrassen-Buildings. These buildings had been that important that even an architectural style had been named after them: The Ringstrasse Style. The plans included also squares and many green areas and trees as well as statues of outstanding personalities of historic import like the Empress Maria Theresia.
You will see especially the Museum of Applied Arts, the Vienna State Opera House, the Museum of Art History, the Museum of Natural History, the Hofburg, the Spanish Hors Riding School, the Parliament, the Justizpalast (now Federal Ministry of Justice), the Burg Theater, the City Hall, the Votiv Church, the Palais Württemberg (now Hotel Imperial), Belvedere Palace and many other monumental buildings.
The parks around are the City Park, the Hofburg Garden, the Public Garden and the Town Hall Park.
In between sightseeing there will be enough time to enjoy the delicacies in pastry shops and the Viennese cooking.