Let Vienna's most fascinating stories take you into the city's rich 2000 year long history. This tour runs through the heart of the city, from the Vienna State Opera House to the city’s crown jewel – the Stephansdom. Along the way you’ll experience the Viennese culture and be amazed at the incredible stories hidden in plain sight. If you've got an hour and want to see all the major historical and cultural themes that Vienna has to offer – this is the tour for you!
Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 5
Johan Strauss II - Blue Danube
Jingle Punks - Extinction Level Event
Vienna State Opera House, Albertina Art Museum, Monument Against War and Fascism, Capuchin Church, St. Stephan's Cathedral
The starting point is pretty easy to find. The tour begins in front of the southern face of the opera house, in between the opera house and the Ring road. You can take the U-bahn to Karlsplatz, or by street tram get off at the Kärntner Ring Oper stop. This tour is wheelchair friendly.
Places to stop along the way:
Directly on the tour recommended eateries include the Bitzinger Würstelstand and the Sacher Hotel Cafe. You may also want to visit inside of the Albertina Art Museum, St. Stephen's Cathedral, and the Habsburg Imperial Crypt.
Best time to walk:
This tour can be enjoyed anytime day or night. If you would like to enter the museums or churches that we pass, be aware that some of these close at 6pm.
The crime rate in Vienna is very low. Nevertheless, be aware of your belongings as there is always the potential for pick pockets in major European cities.