Vienna for Bright People

Sightseeing Tours by Coach
City Tour "Classical Vienna - a first glance"

Duration: 3 hours. We take your bus or will order one for you. Limousine service is also available. You will be picked up from your hotel. 

Lean back comfortably, just look around and listen to what you will hear about the highlights of Vienna. We are heading for the spacious Ringstraße where you will be given an overall impression of the numerous magnificent buildings along this boulevard (the State Opera, the Hofburg - the former Habsburg winter residence, the Academy of Fine Arts, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Natural History Museum, the cultural district of the Museums Quartier, the Parliament, the City Hall, the Burgtheater, the Votive Church, the Stock Exchange, the Ring Tower and the Urania. Leaving the Ringstraße we will approach the opalesce Hundertwasserhouse. A short stop will enable you to have a closer look at this remarkable building. 

The tour will continue past the famous Giant Ferris Wheel - the landmark of the Prater, recreation area but also amusement park of the Viennese, past the Old and the New Danube, the Danube Island and the "Copa Cagrana" - the bathing paradise for the population. Her you can also get acquainted with the modern architecture of Vienna - the UNO City, the Andromeda and Ares Towers. At this point we will turn around and drive back to the Ringstraße: have a look at the old Ministry of War with the equestrian statue of Field-Marshall Radetzky in front, the Post Office Savings Bank by Otto Wagner and the Museum for Applied Art. You will have a short glimpse of the City Park with the gilded Johann Strauß Monument as well as at St. Charles' Church where we will cross Schwarzenberg Square with the High Jet Fountain to eventually arrive at the summer residence of Prince Eugène of Savoy, the finest palace compex of the city, from where you will enjoy a superb view over central Vienna. 

Extended versions are possible:

1. City Tour including Schönbrunn Palace

2. City Tour including short Walking Tour to St. Stephan's

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