|1 person||450 Euro /pers|
|2 people||230 Euro /pers|
|3 people||200 Euro /pers|
|4-6 people||170 Euro /pers|
|from 7 people||150 Euro /pers|
Prices in EUR
Spend a whole day in Vienna, the imperial city of the Habsburgs. Visit the most popular sights and learn more about the history of Austria. Thanks to the modern motorway, the journey is only two and a half hours.
This is a perfect tour for those who want a comprehensive overview of the Austrian capital at their own pace; with an excellent guide, flexible program, comfortable air conditioned private car, depending on your needs and intrest. This is a perfect program for couples, friends, families.
Your private tour guide meet you in your hotel at an arranged time. You drive along the motorway towards the city, which takes two and a half to three hours on the highway. You will make a stop by the Schönbrunn Palace, where you will have the opportunity to take part of a tour at your own expense. We show the afterwards the Nashmarkt, the famous open air market close to the inner city. We drive along the famous Ringstraße (Ring road), the main avenue of Vienna, to get a comprehensive overview of the main sights of the city, such as the Urania district, the Museum of Applied Arts, the City Park, the Opera House, the Parliament, the Burgtheater, the Town Hall and the Votive church.
We make a stop in the city center and start to walk to the downtown, discovering the Heldenplatz, the Hofburg (the winter residence of the Habsburgs),Sissy Palace, Kärtnerstraße (famous shopping street in Vienna), St. Stephen’s Cathedral and the Mozart House.
We offer you the opportunity to have lunch and shop in your free time.
On the way back home, there is the opportunity to visit the Sigmund Freud Museum, the Stock Exchange and the Financial Center, and the Hundertwasserhaus. After the tour, we will bring you back to your hotel or to a pre-arranged location.
Duration: 10-12 hours
- door to door service
- private licensed tour guide
- comfortable air conditioned vehicle
- parking fees
- entrance fee to the museums