Vienna: Hop-On Hop-Off Tour with Wi-Fi
- Duration options: 1 - 3 days
- Optional audio guide
Hop on a bus and explore Vienna however you wish. This hop-on-hop-off ticket lets you hop on or off the bus as often as you want at any of the stops, so you get to experience all of the sights at your own pace. Alternatively, you can just take a seat and enjoy a city tour with interesting and informative commentary. Choose between 3 routes, each of which takes you to a different part of Vienna. See the State Opera, the Kunsthistorisches Museum (Museum of Art History), Heldenplatz (Heroes' Square), Parliament, the Burgtheater, and the magnificent Hilton Hotel. Or, be driven to Schönbrunn Palace and Belvedere Palace before visiting the KunstHausWien museum, the Danube Steam Navigation Company, or the UNO City – the choice is yours! Your tour offers a choice between 3 routes, which can be combined as you wish: Red Route Admire the sights along the Ring Road, such as the ...
Хорошо организовано, мы проехали два больших круга, все основные точки видели. Но про сам город могли бы рассказывать и побольше.
Learn all about the Austrian capital and discover the stories hidden in its streets. Wander down major thoroughfares and narrow alleys with your guide on an informative walk through the city's past. Hear about the lives of famous figures who shaped the course of Vienna's history. See the influence of the Habsburgs in the form of grand buildings and residences. Admire the intricate architecture of Vienna's churches and note the details of their unique architecture. Pass by some of the oldest structures in the city.
This tour takes you on a discovery of the different sides to Vienna. You professional tour guide will focus on a total of 6 different topics from the past and present, allowing you to quickly see how the city has so much more to offer than just the famous attractions. 1. Romans, Jews, and traders The Hoher Markt is a place that has attracted power-conscious politicians and architects or tradesmen throughout the centuries. The classic sights here include the oldest building in Vienna, the first public waterworks of the city, and the famous Anchor Clock, which has a few surprises for you. 2. Greek Quarter This hectic neighborhood located at the innermost arm of the Danube River has been shaped by centuries of trading. The Turks fought here and the Greeks prepared their fight for independence here. Traces of history can be found in every corner. 3. Architectural diversity All kinds of ar...
Wolfgang was knowledgeable and explained the history to give us a sense of what led up to events. He easily answered questions on topics not specified in the tour.
Explore the best of Vienna in 1 hour while enjoying a one-of-a-kind virtual reality experience. Hop on the Future Bus to be driven through the city's main highlights and make 4 stops to dive into another reality with VR glasses. Begin your tour at the welcome stop at Albertinaplatz, right behind the Opera building. Receive a welcome from your driver and take a seat in the comfortable and well-equipped minibus. Get your earphones and be greeted by a professional audio guide. After a quick briefing, begin your exciting tour. Start by seeing Vienna's magnificent buildings including the State Opera, the Neuburg, Heroes Square and Maria Theresia square. Hop off the minibus for the first out of 4 virtual reality stops. Follow the audio guide's instructions to wear your virtual reality glasses. Meet some of Vienna's greatest individuals including Eugene of Savoy, Archduke Charles and Maria T...
Take advantage of this unique combination of tours and discover the best of Vienna. On a morning walking tour you’ll stroll through Vienna's old town, and then spend the afternoon cycling along the Ringstrasse and exploring the outskirts of the city. Morning Walk: Begin your introduction to the Austrian capital on a fun and informative walk through Vienna’s old town. You’ll see many unique and historic attractions, world-famous museums, and monuments. Your expert guide will provide lots of information about the people, culture, and architecture along the way. Besides the many places you’ll discover, you’ll learn about places you can visit after the tour, including bars, restaurants, and some of the city’s legendary cafés. During the tour, you’ll get a feel of the glory and sheer size of Imperial Vienna, which was the center of the powerful Habsburg Empire. See St. Rup...
The combo package was perfect for us. We went on the tours our first day in Vienna so we could familiarize ourselves with the city for the rest of our stay. Our guides we extremely knowledgable and shared a lot of history with us.
Get your bearings at the famous Anker Clock, the first stop on this guided bike tour. Admire historical buildings on the way to jaw-dropping St. Stephan’s Cathedral. A bit further, thrill to the sight of St. Peter's Catholic Church and the Column of Trinity. Don't fall off! The next stops on this architectural scavenger hunt are the University of Vienna and the stunning Rathaus, chockablock with historial facts. Continue your mobile adventure at the Hofburg Imperial Palace and its amazing complex of highly recognizable structures. Feel like a diva as you rock the Vienna State Opera on this fab 2-hour tour with live commentary. In the 4-hour option, your guide will take you also to Karlsplatz, and labyrinthine Belvedere Palace. Return to drop-off via the canal, where you'll be confronted with the ghost of Johann Strauss - don't worry, it's only a monument. Or steel yourself for the 6-h...
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It must be taken into account that although it is advertised 24 hours, the service is only for the day it is validated taking into account that there is no service in the afternoon
This is the best way to get a brief overview of Vienna. There is still a lot of information. I would do it again. Had the 48 hour ticket
A fun bus ride with a digital guide that explains each site you pass by.
A well worth trip on all routes. Good clear and informative commentary.
I liked the presentation and the music - Strauss, Vivaldi, Mozart.