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Introducing Vienna Walking Tour: The Capital of the Habsburgs

  • Small-group Vienna tour ensures a more personalized experience
  • Save time navigating—your guide shows you many highlights in one day
  • See Vienna's top sites, such as the Imperial Palace, and learn about the Habsburgs
Introducing Vienna Walking Tour: The Capital of the Habsburgs
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Erfahren Sie alles über das Wien der Gegenwart und Vergangenheit bei einem gemütlichen Stadtrundgang. Schlendern Sie vom historischen Michaelerplatz, bis zum beeindruckenden Stephansplatz.
This tour is the perfect introduction to Vienna. As it's a small-group tour, you enjoy a more personal experience with the ability to ask your guide questions along the way. Your guide helps you beat the crowds and takes you to the city's highlights, such as Hero Square and Parliament. Learn about history, culture, the best places to eat and drink, and get some local insider secrets, too.
What to Expect

Your Vienna tour begins by meeting at a prearranged central location. Being in a small-group means having better access to your guide, if you have any questions. The day gives you insights into Vienna's fascinating history and the royal Habsburg dynasty. Visit the Imperial Palace, Imperial Apartments, Outer Gate, and Hero Square. If you're a museum fan, you'll enjoy seeing MuseumsQuartier, the Art History Museum, the Natural History Museum, and Albertina Museum.

Vienna has many beautiful squares and you'll take in St. Michael's Square, St. Stephen's Square, and Josef's Square. Afterwar, learn about Vienna during World War II and see Parliament, City Hall, Imperial Treasury, and the National Library.

See more than 20 attractions, including the State Opera House, New Market, Spanish Riding School, and the Imperial Crypt. Hear about famous Vienna residents, architecture, history, and legends, such as the one about Sissi’s diamonds.

Reviews (34)
1 - 5 of 19 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was very interesting walking tour around Vienna historical center. The tour guide was knowledgeable and attentive. He provided lots of special facts and details about city history, royal family from deep past to current times. Recommended.

Thank Sergey F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Informative walk with Herbert!

Learned much about Austrian history in a relatively short walk with Herbert. Great English, knowledge and sense of humor. Seems like a simple recipe for success but we’ve been disappointed in the past. Great value. So glad we did this walk.

Thank MaliFamily
Reviewed 12 September 2018 via mobile
Excellent tour for first day

Herbert, our guide took us on a very interesting and informative walk around Vienna. He included all the history of the city, Hofburgs, Roman city walls and pointed out places to not miss. Tour ended at St Stephen’s Cathedral and Herbert made excellent recommendations for...More

1  Thank Orange4blue
Reviewed 6 September 2018 via mobile
Walking Tour

Enjoyed a lovely day in Vienna with our guide, Herbert. He was very informative and funny. He showed us all of the important squares and buildings and gave us helpful hints about where to go and what to do. A great way to start the...More

Thank ranayew
Reviewed 29 August 2018
Herbert tour guide Vienna

Herbert was excellent and very informative. He gave us a clearer understanding of the Hapsburg dynasty and its riches Julie and Brian...... Australia

1  Thank Julie H
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