Get a guided tour and taste 5 Esterhzy wines
World-class masterpieces in Baroque palaces
The oldest zoo in the world
Masterpieces from Monet, Klimt and Picasso
Vienna's go-to fine art museum
Hang out with famous celebs and historical icons
An exploration of modern art in Vienna
Tour the city and Schnbrunn in a state-of-the-art bus with an English guide
A vibrant venue for contemporary art
Explore the only preserved home of Mozart in Vienna
Watch Europes oldest horse breed in action
Outstanding collection of modern Austrian art
Vienna is not only called the ‘City of Music’ because of its musical legacy but also called "The City of Dreams" because it was home to the world's first psycho-analyst Sigmund Freud. Regarded as one of the most beautiful and prosperous cities in the world, its roots lie in early Celtic and Roman settlements which were later transformed to be the capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It has played a vital role in the development of European Music and the symbols of its rich history and culture can be seen in the intricate architectural structures including Baroque castles and gardens, grand buildings, monuments, museums, palaces, churches and parks. The city is also home to the cultural legacy of the many artistic geniuses that nourished here, including Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Strauss, and Gustav Klimt.
Some of the major attractions in the city are the imperial palaces of the Hofburg and Schönbrunn which you can explore using guided tours in Vienna city.. Built in the 13th century and expanded in the centuries since, the palace has housed some of the most powerful people in European and Austrian history, including monarchs of the Habsburg dynasty. Book Vienna city tours and excursions as there are more than 100 art museums located in the Museumsquartier (museum quarter), the most popular ones being Albertina, Belvedere and the Leopold Museum. Some of the best tours in Vienna city include a tour to the St. Stephen's Cathedral. Today, in its Romanesque and Gothic, it stands on the ruins of two earlier churches and is the most important religious building in Vienna. The Vienna city keeps its bohemian ambience alive. The proof of this can be seen by taking a tour to the region near Danube Canal where the streets are devoted to the carefree buskers. As the day comes to an end, Vienna’s coffeehouses provide a warm and comfortable environment where you can relax and savour the excellent flavour of the hot beverage. So walk along the broad, sweeping boulevards and rediscover the elegance of Vienna by taking Vienna city tour bus or Vienna tours by local.
Our most popular tours in Vienna include Vienna wine walking tour, you can also take polaroid photographs in Polaroid Photo Tour Vienna, Vienna State Opera House tours, Vienna Evening Sightseeing Cruise With Dinner, Staatsoper vienna tours, Schönbrunn Palace Evening, Hop On Hop Off Vienna Bus Tour, the Mozart and Strauss Concert, Danube Valley Tour and Following Sisi's Footsteps.