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Tours in Other Districts

How well do the Viennese know their own districts? Especially developed for people who live in Vienna and who will be surprised by what their district and neighbourhood have to offer.



Leopoldstadt – a Walk in the 2nd District

There was a flood plain between the Danube river and the Danube canal for hundreds of years; only the Prater park still bears witness to this today.
In the 19th century a large proportion of the Jewish population came to settle on what was known as the ‘Mazzes Island’. Even today you can feel the colourful mix of cultures which makes this an exciting part of Vienna.

Our recommendation: about 90 minutes

Book now:  
> Katharina Trost
 

 

The 3rd District – Captivating Diversity

Three former suburbs – Landstrasse, Weißgerbergrund and Erdberg – form today’s 3rd district, the largest of the inner districts of Vienna. The ‘Landstrasse’ impresses with its diversity: Celts and Romans already settled here, magnificent palaces from different eras – from Baroque to Art Nouveau – characterize the district, and the over 200-year-old Rochusmarkt (St. Roch Market) is still the undisputed hotspot. Two flak (anti-aircraft) towers and the Arsenal are witnesses to recent history, the Hundertwasserhaus is a colourful attraction, and the small cemetery of St. Marx is a quiet oasis, while Vienna’s new residential districts are being built on the outskirts of the district.

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Tanja Rosenberger
 

 

Naschmarkt – a Walk in the 4th and 5th Districts

The Naschmarkt is a kaleidoscope of products, people, and history. A place to be enjoyed with all five senses. There is produce from all over the world in the market, but there are also several interesting places to discover surrounding the market.

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
> Katharina Trost
 

 

Papageno, Gold and Sauerkraut: the Naschmarkt and its Surroundings – a Walk in the 6th District

From the gilded ‘Krauthappel’ (‘Cabbage Head’) of the Secession to one of the oldest suburbs in Vienna, the ‘Lahmgruabn’: there we meet Papageno & Co, opulent buildings of the ‘Gründerzeit’ (late 19th century) and magnificent Art Nouveau houses built by Otto Wagner. In the oriental-southern and Viennese flair of the Naschmarkt it´s a must to taste sweet fruits, delicious champagne-sauerkraut, aromatic salt cucumbers and cool Viennese Wine.

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Wolfgang Horak
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
 

 

Spittelberg and Museumsquartier: the Old and the New – a Walk in the 7th District

Just 200 years ago a wicked drinking and prostitution nest, the Spittelberg is today a ‘Boboville’ with exclusive studios in revitalized Biedermeier houses. Right next to it is the Vienna Museum Quarter – a pulsating meeting point of one of the largest cultural areas in the world. Grand finale of the walk rich of contrasts between the old and the new: up on the ‘Libelle’ (dragonfly), with a delightful panorama of the city!

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
 

 

Josefstadt – a Walk in the 8th District

Poets, philosophers, and diplomats. The Josefstadt is a very bourgeois district where many famous people lived and still live today: from Franz Grillparzer to Albert Schweitzer, and also the former federal president Heinz Fischer.

Our recommendation: about 90 minutes

Book now:  
> Tanja Rosenberger
> Katharina Trost
 

 

Alsergrund – a Walk in the 9th District

The Alsergrund, originally formed from 7 suburbs, is more diverse than almost any other Viennese district. Our focus on this walk is on the Servitenviertel and its surroundings. This vital district with its ‘hip’ business and restaurant scene is not only home to impressive buildings such as the Servitenkloster or Palais Liechtenstein, but also to numerous beautifully renovated town houses and company headquarters as well as the hidden Strudelhofstiege or an old, almost forgotten Jewish cemetery. And did you know that the first Porsche completed its first laps here?

Our recommendation: about 90 minutes

Book now:  
> Tatjana Henfling
> Katharina Trost
 

 

Döbling - a Walk in the 19th District

On this tour we learn about the winegrowers and owners of exclusive villas and mansions. The area of Grinzing, famous for its wine, has managed to keep a village atmosphere. At the same time it is the 'Beverly Hills' of Vienna with its luxury villas and the amazing stories behind them.

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Katharina Trost
 

 

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