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Classical Vienna

We will show you Vienna - our Vienna. On foot, by bus, by Segway, by bike, or by scooter. Light-hearted, cultural, funny, charming, with a twinkle in one´s eye, cheeky, serious, hands on or simply how it is. Choose your own personal tour from our very best.



Classic Vienna

A walk along the classic route - Opera House, Hofburg Palace, the exclusive shopping street Kohlmarkt, the plague column and St. Stephen's Cathedral - sprinkled with interesting stories, anecdotes, and background knowledge. Not just for tourists, but also for locals who would like to learn a bit more about their city's sights.

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Tatjana Henfling
> Wolfgang Horak
> Tanja Rosenberger
> Alla Spieldiener
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
> Katharina Trost
 

 

Quiet Vienna - Hidden Lanes and Passages

Even in the hectic centre of Vienna there are hidden lanes, quiet courtyards, and romantic squares. A walk in the first district off the beaten track, which would surprise even the locals.

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Tatjana Henfling
> Wolfgang Horak
> Alla Spieldiener
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
> Katharina Trost
 

 

“Vienna – the Pearl of the Reich”?

This is what Hitler called Vienna even though he never felt very comfortable here. What were the plans of the National Socialists for the Habsburg residence? What was really changed after the Anschluss of Austria? Are there still any buildings left from this time? This walk through the city centre definitively answers these questions.

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Wolfgang Horak
> Katharina Trost
 

 

Vienna Wine Tour - the Secrets of Hidden Wine Cellars

Did you know? Vienna is the only capital city in the world that cultivates wine directly within the city. On this tour you will get to the bottom of our famous Viennese wine in the literally sense of the word... We will take you to a tasting of a very special kind! Find out all about Viennese wine and discover with us hidden & secret wine cellars in the city centre of Vienna. On several stops in the wine cellars, which are open exclusively for you, you will taste selected wines - and so that you do not leave us hungry, we will also serve you typical Viennese snacks at every stop. One of the most impressive tours in the Vienna.

Our recommendation: 2 hours

Price from € 85,-/person incl. guided city walk, wine tasting, finger food (cheese, sausage, ham, bacon, bread, etc.)

Book now:  
> Wolfgang Horak
 

 

Viennese Cuisine - a Culinary Journey Through Vienna

On the tracks of the famous Viennese cuisine... Vienna is known worldwide for its unique ‘Viennese cuisine’, which has been influenced by a wide variety of countries. Whether our most traditional Viennese Beisl, romantic wine-lodge called ‘Heuriger’ or our traditional Viennese coffee house. Follow us on a culinary walk through the 1st district and experience Vienna with all your senses.
In addition to numerous exciting stories about Vienna, about the secrets of the Habsburgs and about the intrigues and scandals, you will taste lovely regional ham, a hearty goulash and end with apple strudel and a melange.

Our recommendation: 2 hours

Price from € 72,-/person incl. guided city walk, food and drinks.

Book now:  
> Wolfgang Horak
 

 

Baroque Vienna

Superstition and piety, epidemics, wanton gluttony, the omnipresence of death and, at the same time, unbridled lust for life – all these contrasts characterize the baroque era.
No other period has left so many traces in Vienna. It is not only the baroque buildings and rulers that are important, but above all the attitude to life at that time - between faith and reformation, between sensual pleasure and fear of death...

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Tatjana Henfling
> Wolfgang Horak
> Tanja Rosenberger
> Alla Spieldiener
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
> Katharina Trost
 

 

Jewish Vienna

The history of the Jews in our city is a very eventful one, marked by cultural prosperity and, unfortunately, many persecutions. From life in the Jewish quarter in the Middle Ages, to the Holocaust and the rich heritage that Vienna owes to the Jews who lived here. An interesting walk through the first district.

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Tatjana Henfling
> Wolfgang Horak
> Tanja Rosenberger
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
> Katharina Trost
 

 

Between Dream and Reality - Vienna around 1900

In the second half of the 19th century Vienna went through an unbelievable phase of development. The city was completely transformed in less than 50 years. Around 1900 the artistic, cultural, and intellectual life was at its peak. Never before and never again would Vienna claim so many accolades and innovations: Jugendstil, coffee houses, literature, medical discoveries, innovations in the composition and performance of music...

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Tatjana Henfling
> Wolfgang Horak
> Tanja Rosenberger
> Alla Spieldiener
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
> Katharina Trost
 

 

Vienna’s Ringstrasse – an Impressive Boulevard

This tour explores Vienna's magnificent boulevard, the Ringstrasse, on foot from the Schottentor to the Opernring. You will make many a discovery and see parts of the old city fortifications, unknown monuments, and exciting details on the imposing representative buildings of the Ring.

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Tatjana Henfling
> Wolfgang Horak
> Tanja Rosenberger
> Alla Spieldiener
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
> Katharina Trost
 

 

Vienna in the Middle Ages

The Middle Ages are often referred to as the 'Dark Ages'. One of the reasons is that we have only a limited source of information from this time. What happened in these centuries? How did the upper and lower classes live? An entertaining walk through Vienna where the daily routines of the medieval people are brought to life.

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Tatjana Henfling
> Wolfgang Horak
> Tanja Rosenberger
> Alla Spieldiener
> Katharina Trost
 

 

"Great Manors"-
Visiting Wilcek, Kinsky, Esterhazy & Co

The Hofburg acted as a magnet for the settlement of Bohemian, French, and Hungarian nobility in the neighbouring Herrengasse and its surroundings. Behind the facades of stately palaces, gripping, sometimes tragic stories about builders and owners, friendships and enmities, affairs and scandals are waiting to be told at last.

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
> Katharina Trost
 

 

Karlsplatz Junction
Splendour & Glory, Science & Art, Park & Pubs

The Karlsplatz can hardly be topped in its density: a magnificent baroque church, the Technical University, the well-known Musikverein building and the Vienna Künstlerhaus (Artist's House), graceful Art Nouveau Pavilions, the modern Kunsthalle, the Museum of the City of Vienna (presently under reconstruction) - and in its centre the Ressel Park with monuments, bars and pubs that invite you to chill. Let's take a closer look at this lively, urban metropolitan area!

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Tatjana Henfling
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
 

 

Vienna by Bus

Discover Vienna by bus! We drive along the Ringstrasse, past the imposing palaces, to Schönbrunn, the summer residence of the imperial family. We continue to Prinz Eugene´s Belvedere Palace, then cross the Danube to show you modern Vienna and the city of the United Nations.

Our recommendation: about 3 hours

Book now:  
> Tatjana Henfling
> Wolfgang Horak
> Tanja Rosenberger
> Alla Spieldiener
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
> Katharina Trost
 

 

Red Vienna

The years between the two great wars were characterised by political unrest, demonstrations, civil, war and fascism. However, there were also positive achievements that still shape the city today, like the social housing project of Red Vienna.
Optional:
a) By bus from Karl-Marx-Hof to other important buildings of ‘Red Vienna’.
b) Guided tour of 'The Red Laundry' museum. Entrance fee extra.

Our recommendation: about 3 hours

Book now:  
> Wolfgang Horak
> Tanja Rosenberger
> Alla Spieldiener
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
> Katharina Trost
 

 

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