Vienna - The Ultimate Budget Tour

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  • Live Guide
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  • E-Ticket
  • 2.5 hr

Don’t get the title wrong. It’s a budget tour in terms of price, but certainly not in terms of what you get. It’s not a private tour, but it’s also not a guide standing in front of you yelling something at fifty people in the middle of traffic.You’ll be equipped with a state-of-the-art audio system. And yes, it is the “Ultimate” tour; you actually will see (almost) all the highlights of the Inner City.Now you will enjoy the tram ride on“Ringstraße”,just like we“normal” Viennese do. Vienna, the Old European Capital of Music, Art, and Cuisine, is a living museum. Follow the footsteps of emperors and artists and see the old town’s highlights. We will begin the tour at Albertina, then walk to the Opera before arriving at one of the tour’s highlights: the Academy of Fine Arts, where Adolf Hitler was not accepted as a student. This isn’t a history lecture!Instead, it is an affordable, fun, and enlightening tour. Trust us-we will make sure to create fantastic memories that will last forever!

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Albertina

Albertina Museum, Hotel Sacher, Opera, Albertina Square has a long history and so world famuse buildings to see.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Akademie der bildenden Kunste

The Academy of Fine Arts, where Adolf Hitler was not accepted as a student.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Secession Building (Secessionsgebaude)

Secession & Naschmarkt The exhibition building of such artists as Josef Hoffman, Koloman Moser, Otto Wagner, and Gustav Klimt certainly one of the most impressive specimens of Art Nouveau. Vienna's largest open-air market has shaped the cityscape for more than 100 years.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Karlsplatz

One of the most important traffic junctions of the city fascinates not only with art nouveau pavilions, but especially with the baroque Karlskirche, the Musikverein, where the famous New Year's concert takes place every year, and many other impressive buildings.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At:

The most fashionable hotel in the city. The guest list reads like the Who's Who. Guests of state are accommodated here. The most extraordinary was certainly that of Queen Elizabeth. She could not sleep in a bed where "normal" people had already lain. So, without further ado, one of Empress Sisi's was taken from the museum! By the way... the Sacher Torte is much more famous, but the Imperial Torte is much better! :-)

Duration: 5 minutes
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