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Vienna: Medieval Legends City Exploration Game

1. Vienna: Medieval Legends City Exploration Game

Explore Vienna's medieval past by embarking on a quest on a mobile phone app. Uncover Vienna's history in a unique way by solving riddles and following clues to complete your challenge. Download the free Questo app on to your mobile phone and begin your self-guided tour at the starting point. Then, head off to discover Vienna's taverns and narrow medieval streets. Unearth traces of the greatest tragedy in Vienna's history, the plague, as you are guided by the bizarre story of the city's most famous balladeer, Marx Augustin. Learn more about the man locals call Lieber Augustin (Dear Augustin) because of his charming humor in bitter times. Unlock secret stories of the places you visit every time you solve a clue or riddle. Upon the successful solution of a clue, you will receive exact directions to the next location, removing the need for a map, GPS, or guide for your city exploration adventure. For larger groups, one person can purchase access for the entire group by selecting the number of people in the group. All group members will be able to play the city game on their smartphone. Alternatively, each person can purchase their own ticket. You can play as a group and solve the clues together as you walk, or you can split into smaller groups/teams and compete against the others. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group, and meet the group at the end.

Vienna: Danube River Cruise & 1-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

2. Vienna: Danube River Cruise & 1-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

See Vienna at your own pace with a 24-hour hop-on hop-off bus tour. From the open-air top deck, hear the stories of highlights like Hofburg Palace and Prater Amusement Park with audio commentary. Top it off with a relaxing cruise along the charming Danube River and an audio guide for the city. Journey along the Red Route to experience historic sites like the Opera House, Museum Quarter, Hofburg Palace, Parliament, Town Hall, and the Danube Canal. Explore past the city center and towards Prater Amusement Park and find breathtaking views of the Vienna mountains, UNO City, and Danube Island. On the Blue Route, start your tour in the city center and go discover Vienna's famous palaces. Gaze upon the regal Hofburg Palace before leaving the city to see Schönbrunn Palace, once a residence of the Habsburgs, and Belvedere Palace which houses an immense collection of Austrian artwork. Climb aboard the sightseeing cruise included with your ticket and admire the "most livable city in the world" from the Danube River. Take in the picture-perfect scenes of modern life in a historic city that make Vienna unique. After or in-between your tour, enjoy 1 of 3 audio guides and learn about the city. Marvel at the architectural history of the Opera House, St. Stephan's Cathedral, and more. Walk around outer Vienna to view the expressionist landmark Hundertwasserhaus and the “New Modern” train station Hauptbahnhof.

Vienna: The City's Top 10 and Their Secrets Walking Tour

3. Vienna: The City's Top 10 and Their Secrets Walking Tour

No matter if you are a first-time visitor or have passed through Vienna before, a guided walking tour will help you discover more of the splendor of the city. While you visit some of Vienna’s most stunning sights, this tour will help you discover some of the secrets of the city — stories told that are unknown even to most locals.  Marvel at the opulent grandeur of the Hofburg Palace, the former residence of the leaders of the Habsburg dynasty. Gaze at the unique roofing of Vienna’s most famous cathedral, St. Stephen’s. Learn the macabre history of the Pestsäule, a column erected to commemorate Viennese victims of the black plague. All the while, uncover the underground history of these well-known places from your expert guide.

Vienna: Scavenger Hunt Self-Guided Tour

4. Vienna: Scavenger Hunt Self-Guided Tour

Get to know the Austrian capital by playing an exciting scavenger hunt. Start at St. Stephen's Cathedral, get to know the famous shopping street "Graben" and discover the Votiv Church, the Vienna City Hall and the famous Burgtheater. The historic square Heldenplatz, the Vienna Hofburg and the square Michaelerplatz also await you during your scavenger hunt. Learn about the history of the city of Vienna, the coffee house culture and the famous Albertina. Let your day end with a piece of delicious Viennese Sacher cake and a cup of coffee. Here is how the city game of Vienna works: One box contains 16 sealed and numbered envelopes. These are small tasks that have to be solved. Guided by clear and unambiguous directions, you will walk through Vienna. Decipher the puzzles and let yourself be guided to the next sight of Vienna. Decide on your own when you want to start your scavenger hunt tour of Vienna and how long you want to stay at the different locations. Let yourself drift on a mysterious and extraordinary tour. You can take a break at any time or continue the tour on another day of your choice - whatever you like.

Vienna: Private Walking Tour

5. Vienna: Private Walking Tour

Learn about Vienna's fascinating history as well as some of its most famous people on a private walking tour. Begin by tracing the city's historical roots, from the Celts and Romans to its modern-day inhabitants. Visit some of the most important locations of the city including St. Stephen's Cathedral, the Vienna State Opera, Heldenplatz, Hofburg Imperial Palace, The Graben and Plague Column, the Jewish Square, Burggarten, and Volksgarten. Hear about the life of the various members of the Habsburg family who were once one of the most distinguished royal houses of Europe. Learn more about famous composers such as Ludwig van Beethoven and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, as well as the proud tradition of classical music in the city.

Vienna: Private Walking Tour to The Hofburg & Graben Street

6. Vienna: Private Walking Tour to The Hofburg & Graben Street

You will meet your guide at Albertina Square. Just across the street lays Albertina Gallery and nearby Viennese State Opera. Your guide will explain to you about those buildings, the city of Vienna, its history and present. After that, you will start 2 hours walking experience through the city center. On the way, you will visit Hofburg Palace, Spanish riding school, Graben street, walk through narrow streets and passages and discover Vienna from a new point of view. Your private guide will be there for you, so please prepare your questions, about art, history, cuisine, lifestyle, everything that you wanted to know about the Austrian capital. The private group size is limited to a maximum of 9 people, so the group has the best quality experience. The end of the tour will be nearby St. Stephen cathedral.

Full-Day Private Trip From Prague to Vienna

7. Full-Day Private Trip From Prague to Vienna

Discover Vienna’s top highlights in just one day on this private, round-trip tour from Prague. Meet your guide in the morning directly at your Prague hotel, and set off in your private vehicle. After roughly 4 hours on the road, arrive in Vienna, and begin to explore. Explore the romantic city of Vienna, and admire its Gothic and Baroque architecture, on a full-day excursion from Prague. The Austrian capital, situated on the Danube River, has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001. When you arrive you’ll be given plenty of information about the city’s highlights, including Hofburg Palace (originally the seat of the noble Habsburg family), the Opera House, the City Hall-Rathaus, the Austrian Parliament, the Museum Quarter, the Albertina, the Palace Garden, and St. Stephen’s Cathedral.

Vienna: 1-Day Highlights Tour by Car with Schonbrunn Tickets

8. Vienna: 1-Day Highlights Tour by Car with Schonbrunn Tickets

Explore Vienna, the capital of Austria and the hub of culture and art for most of Europe during the time of the Hapsburg Empire. Embark on an exclusive tour of Vienna by car and see all the main attractions in one day. Fall in love with “The City of Dreams”. During the 3-hour tour, you will see the essential sights of Vienna Old Town from the comfort of a private, air-conditioned vehicle. After getting picked up from your accommodation, you will enjoy hassle-free sightseeing without ever worrying about tired feet. Your private guide will show you Old Town highlights, starting with the magnificent city hall Rathaus, built using some 30 million bricks. The next stop on the list is the gorgeous 18th-century St Peter’s Catholic Church, located in the beating heart of the Old Town. Among the stunning townhouses and monuments, you will marvel at the sculpted Column of the Trinity and one of the greatest Gothic cathedrals in the world - St Stephen’s Cathedral, with iconic Romanesque towers and a spire. Enjoy an easy and cozy drive along the beautiful Viennese streets and see the world-famous State Opera, where great composers such as Mozart, Beethoven, and Chopin have performed. Close by you will find Albertina, a 19th-century Habsburg palace, and the magnificent Hofburg Palace complex, which now houses various museums and the Imperial Treasury. Further on you will see the fabulous Palais Schwarzenberg and stroll through the Baroque-style garden of the 18th-century Belvedere. You will be driven back to your accommodation at the end of a fruitful tour. Choose the 7-hour option to learn even more about Vienna and the Habsburg Empire. During the extended tour, you will visit St Peter’s Catholic Church (Peterskirche). Its Baroque-style interior will amaze you with beautiful murals, paintings, and a domed roof with lots of gilding. You will also step inside St Stephen’s Cathedral to marvel at the stunning stained glass windows, soaring pillars, Baroque high altar, impressive vaulting, colorful tiled roof, and other treasures. Other highlights will be driving through MuseumsQuartier, featuring Baroque palaces containing various museums, and seeing Karlskirche, the 18th-century Habsburg domed cathedral with Baroque, Greek, and Roman elements. In addition, you will visit the top 1 attraction in Vienna - the Schonbrunn Palace. Take advantage of skip-the-line tickets to avoid waiting in several hours-long lines, and explore the luxurious Rococo-style apartments of Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife Elisabeth. Learn about the imperial lifestyle and take a relaxing stroll in the palace’s elegant gardens.

Vienna: 3-Hour Churches of Vienna Private Tour

9. Vienna: 3-Hour Churches of Vienna Private Tour

Picture Vienna and its abundance of churches, cathedrals, and other sacred buildings. Admire these very buildings with a licensed guide on a private 3-hour tour. Visit 5 of Vienna's notable churches and learn about their fascinating histories. Enter St. Stephen’s Cathedral with its unique roof and massive towers which serve as the tallest points of Vienna's skyline. Marvel at the vastness of the cathedral's chambers, its decorations, and gorgeous altars. Afterward, step inside the small, but still stunning St. Peter’s Church. From the outside, it may look inconspicuous, but inside this baroque church impresses with its frescoes, paintings, and gilded, dome roof. Explore the neo-gothic Votiv Church and see its stained glass windows. Be impressed by the elaborate ciborium made by artist Joseph Glasser. After visiting Votivk Church, stop by Minoritenkirche and experience a piece of Italy. Appreciate its peaceful atmosphere and see a mosaic version of Da Vinci's Last Supper. Your last stop is St. Charles' Church. Be amazed by its opulent frescoes in the cupola containing 1250 square meters of incredible splendor and beautiful colors. During your tour walk by remarkable places such as the Rathaus, Burgtheater, Hofburg Palace, and the Vienna State Opera.

Vienna: The Historic Center Private Walking Tour

10. Vienna: The Historic Center Private Walking Tour

The walk begins in front of the Vienna State Opera, one of the most important opera houses in the world. Here you are given an overview of the development of the city to the present day. You continue from the Hotel Sacher to the Albertina with a stop at the "Monument to War and Fascism". Your walk then continues to the Hofburg, the former main residence of the Habsburg family. After being given a historical overview, you will go to the Ballhausplatz to see the Presidential Chancellery and the Federal Chancellery. Afterwards you will see the most important shopping streets of the historic center such as Kohlmarkt and Graben where you will hear stories about local coffee houses, pastries and Viennese cuisine. The walk ends in the heart of Vienna where the largest church in the country, the St. Stephen's Cathedral, is located. Here you will learn more about the Cathedral and its destruction during the Second World War.    

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What people are saying about Albertina Museum Vienna

This was our second visit to Vienna so we really appreciated to extra detail Davy-Nathan provided on the superb tour of the inner city. He was informative, friendy and so knowledgeable. His 'reading' of the group was faultless in showing us all what he knew would interest us particularly.

A scavenger hunt through Vienna's city center. The story might be too long for younger kids - my 14 year old enjoyed it. Except for one challenge, all puzzles had to be solved (unfortunately, the basilisk is only visible when the shutters are open)

It was exciting and informative again! Those who want to get to know a city are best served with these games. We will definitely play it again in other cities.

Our guide was knowledgeable and charming. I would strongly recommend this tour to anyone who has limited time in Vienna and is interested in its history.

Our guide was extremely knowledgeable on everything Vienna. It was a wonderful tour