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Walking Tours in Vienna
The walking tours do not include any inside visits, but you can combine a walking tour with any of our museum tours. Please check with us for proposals on combination tours.

1.) Vienna for Beginners
A stroll through the historical city centre, from St. Stephen’s cathedral to the Hofburg Palace. This tour gives you a good overview about the major sights in the first district which was listed as a cultural heritage sight by the UNESCO in 2001.
Stephansdom Wien, Heidenturm und Dach

2.) Medieval Vienna
Narrow streets with old cobble stones and hidden courtyards tell us about the medieval city and the hard lifes of its inhabitants. Let yourself drift through picturesque places that you would not find easily by yourself.
Blick auf die Michaelerkuppel der Hofburg Wien

3.) Imperial Vienna: The Habsburg family through the ages
We explore the vast area of the Habsburgs winter residence, which has been home to the imperial family for more than 640 years. With about 2600 rooms it represents a little city in the city.
Kaiserin Elisabeth (Sisi)

4.) Elisabeth, the Unique Empress
Follow the life lines of Empress Elisabeth, called Sisi, one of the most beautiful and controversial women of her time. What is true about all the stories of Franz Joseph´s extravagant wife?
Palais Lobkowitz Wien

5.) Jewish Vienna
The history and sites of the Jewish population in Vienna, starting from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century.
Straßenmusikanten in Wien

6.) Art Nouveau in Vienna
From the “Golden Cabbage” to the “House without Eyebrows” – Vienna’s tumultuous path to modern art and architecture. A walk through Vienna’s architecture from Adolf Loos to Otto Wagner.
Majolikahaus von Otto Wagner in Wien

7.) It’s All about the Music
“I assure you, this is a gorgeous city- and for my job it is the best place in the world” This was what Mozart wrote to his father after his arrival in Vienna. Obviously many other composers shared his opinion. See where they lived, loved, and worked.
Wiener Melange

8.) Vienna behind the scenes: go where the locals go!
Walking tour beginning at Vienna’s oldest open market with its typical mix of products, smells and sounds through the avant-garde designer district and the old Biedermeier quarter – Spittelberg – also known as the 18th c. red light district to Vienna’s Museum Quarter

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