Come and join me on a time journey encompassing over 2000 years: From the splendid 19th century Ring Boulevard to magnificent imperial buildings mirroring Vienna's important status in Central Europe's past, encounter medieval Vienna and see remains from Roman times.
The Hofburg Palace was the main residence of the Habsburg dynasty rulers until 1918. We explore one of the biggest palace complexes in the world from outside.
Michael's Square next to it has a long history and is a point of attraction for its architectural ensemble from different centuries and excavations presenting various layers of Vienna's history.
Via the elegant Graben square, we head for the main landmark of the city and Austria's most important gothic structure: Saint Stephen's Cathedral. In the scenic quarter adjacent to it, we go back to the time of Mozart and beyond.
On this inspiring walking tour I bring the past to life for you and we explore Vienna's city center with an open eye for the small and surprising details.
Main sights on the way:
- Part of Ring Boulevard
- Hofburg Palace Complex, from outside
- Michael's Square
- Saint Stephen's Cathedral and the area adjacent to it.
**Note: This tour can be customized due to your preference, please ask me for a quote, and I will send you a customized tour for booking.
MEETING POINT + TOUR DURATION
Meeting Point Options: Hotel, Monument/Building, Suggested by Guide: The tour usually starts in front of the monument of Maria Theresia, on Maria-Theresien-Platz ("Maria Theresa Square"). If your hotel is centrally situated we can meet there to start our walking tour.
Duration: 3 hours.
This is a walking tour.
- Guiding Services
ESTIMATED LOCAL CASH NEEDED
25 EUR - 20 EUR for drinks and souvenirs per person
5 EUR for an entrance ticket to St. Stephen's Cathedral per person if short inside tour in the restricted area is wished
Bank Cards are usually accepted
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks