Waltzing Through the Sights & Sissi Castle With Private Vienna Tours

There are not many better-situated cities in Europe than Vienna on the beautiful Danube River banks. With private Vienna tours, you are inundated with magical sights, rich history and culture while waltzing through the charming streets and cobblestoned alleyways.

This stunning capital city of Austria is a place for all romantics, historians, music & art lovers and anyone who appreciates impressive and beautiful architecture. With customized guided tours Vienna offers, you will fall more in love with this amazing city.

Vienna city tours offer tourists the opportunity to see the incredible and spectacular Palaces, museums and cathedral with a professional tour guide who is only too happy to pass on his knowledge of all things in Vienna.

Walking tours Vienna can provide a more personal way to see the nooks and crannies of this fabulous city as you wander through the narrow streets, cross the central plaza all the while admiring the baroque and medieval houses and architecture.

Socially Vienna has plenty to offer too from opulent coffee-houses, charming bistros and cafes, elegant restaurants, wine bars, bars, music venues and nightclubs


Let the activities begin!
Danube Evening Cruise with 2 Course Meal
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This private Danube evening Cruse tour for a group is perfect to see the sights at the Bratislava section of this famous river while enjoying a lovely dinner.

3 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Vienna
Schönbrunn Palace
1 Enjoy any of the many guided tours Vienna offers of the wonderful Schönbrunn Palace. Listed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site in 1996, it was once the imperial summer residence during Maria Theresa’s reign. On tour admire the stunning architecture from outside and be in awe of the magnificence you find inside as you explore some of the 1441 rooms and apartments. The gardens are superb also to take a stroll in.  
The Hofburg
2 For over six centuries the official residence of Austrian rulers since 1275 has been the Hofburg.  It is the most historically significant Palace with sprawling complex consists of many buildings, including architectural from the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo ages. The 59 acres has 18 groups of buildings, has 19 courtyards and over 2,500 rooms. The Imperial Apartments and the Sisi Museum are the most popular places to visit.    
The Spanish Riding School
3 Dating back as far as Emperor Maximilian II, the spectacular Spanish Riding School was developed in 1562 after the ruler had the famous Lipizzaner horses introduced to his courtesans. It's one of Vienna's leading attractions today and many thrilling audiences watch the fabulous displays of equestrian skills in the Baroque Winter Riding School in the grounds of the Hofburg Palace. Book in advance because tickets usually 1sell out quickly.
The Belvedere Palace
4 Belvedere Palace is one of the top sightseeing opportunities when visiting Vienna. This Baroque Palace has lower and upper Belvedere's, the upper level has a stunning ceremonial staircase with statues and amazing frescoes. The marble hall is filled with paintings, sculptures and ceiling reliefs which are a sight to behold. Also, you will see the marble gallery filled with historical statues and amazing works of art. 

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