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Vienna: Hop-On Hop-Off Tour with Wi-Fi

1. Vienna: Hop-On Hop-Off Tour with Wi-Fi

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 State Opera, Hofburg Palace, the Parliament, and the Burgtheater. Stops: State Opera - Museum of Art History/Heroes' Square - Burgtheater/Town Hall - University - Schwedenplatz - MAK - Hilton Hotel - Kursalon - State Opera Buses arrive every 60 minutes Mondays - Sundays, 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM Yellow Route Discover the famous Schönbrunn Palace, Schwarzenberg Platz, and Belvedere Palace. Stops: State Opera - Schönbrunn Palace - Museum of Military History - Belvedere Palace - State Opera Buses arrive every 60 minutes Mondays - Sundays, 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM The ride from the State Opera to Schönbrunn Palace takes approximately 25 minutes. Blue Route: Visit the famous "Prater area" where you can get acquainted with all the masterpieces of the Museum of Applied Arts, Museum of Fine Arts or even the Kunsthaus/Hundertwasser Museum. You can meet with the greatest Austrian composer, Johann Strauss, in the Stadtpark. Stops: State Opera - Prater - Museum of Applied Arts – Museum of Fine Arts – Hundertwasser House – Stadtpark – Johann Strauss Monument Buses arrive every 90 minutes Mondays - Sundays, 10:30 AM – 2:45 PM Your ticket also includes a self-guided walking tour to discover the musical heritage of the city. Cross the city at your own pace and get acquainted with the most important music halls of Vienna. See the Vienna State Opera, Beethoven Statue, Vienna Concert House, House of Music and the Beethoven Museum. Pick up your headphones and a map from the local partner's service center and follow the instructions of the QuietVox Guiding App to travel from sight to sight. You will scan the QR codes at each stop to learn more about them.

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Vienna: Tickets for Kunst Haus Wien: Museum Hundertwasser

2. Vienna: Tickets for Kunst Haus Wien: Museum Hundertwasser

Visit the Kunsthaus Wien and explore the Museum Hundertwasser. Choose between a ticket for the permanent exhibitions, the temporary exhibitions, or a discount combo ticket for both. At the Museum Hundertwasser, learn about the famous artist who shaped the philosophy and artistic principles of the museum, and who designed the building's architectural remodeling. Learn about Hundertwasser’s commitment to building and living in harmony with nature. The tour spans from the artist’s early picturesque visions up to practical implementations such as building models and the museum itself.

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Vienna: City Segway Tour

3. Vienna: City Segway Tour

Get up close and personal with Vienna as you glide down its grand streets and hidden alleys. Learn how to drive your Segway in a concise safety briefing and set off on your journey back in time. Ride down the Ringstrasse and take in the beauty of the Opera House. Hear stories about the Habsburgs outside their former home, the Hofburg Palace. Delve further into Austrian history at the City Hall and the Houses of Parliament. Enjoy having time to admire Vienna's architectural gems. Take plenty of photos at each stop to capture the city's cosmopolitan beauty.

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Vienna: City Bike Tour

4. Vienna: City Bike Tour

Experience Vienna's lively streets and the riverbank of Danube by bike. See the major sights up close and hit the cycle path with your knowledgeable guide. Cycle down Ringstrasse to get a sense of the city's imperial history. Learn about the former center of the powerful Habsburg Empire through the impressive architecture of Vienna’s boulevards. Stop outside several historical sites to hear the stories behind them. Take unobstructed photos of the Opera House, City Hall, the House of Parliament, Hofburg Palace, and the colorful Hundertwasserhaus.

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Imperial Vienna: Full-Day Tour from Budapest

5. Imperial Vienna: Full-Day Tour from Budapest

Travel to the Austrian capital on a full-day tour from Budapest. Vienna is just a 2 to 2.5-hour drive by motorway. When you arrive in Vienna you’ll drive along the famous Ringstrasse, Vienna's main boulevard, to get an overview of the city and a look at many of its important sights. See the State Opera House, the Museums of Fine Arts and Natural History, the Parliament, the Burgtheater, the City Hall, and the Votive Church. Your guide will take you on a short walk to see the most beautiful parts of the city center. You’ll visit the Museum Quarter and the Hofburg, which was the winter residence of the Habsburgs. Walk along Kärtner Strasse, Vienna’s main shopping street, and see St. Stephen's Cathedral. After the tour you’ll have time for shopping in the elegant pedestrian area. Alternatively, there is the opportunity to visit Schönbrunn Palace or any of the other museums, or to head to the Prater, Vienna’s well-known amusement park. On the way back to Budapest you’ll stop at Hundertwasser House, which is a journey into the world of creative architecture.

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Classic Vienna: 3-Hour Guided Bike Tour

6. Classic Vienna: 3-Hour Guided Bike Tour

This tour takes you to Vienna's most beautiful sights, from the city center to the Danube Canal. Stay on bike paths and less congested roads for the ideal experience of Austria's beautiful capital with plenty of chances to stop for photos along the way! Ride along the Ringstraße, passing the famous sights including the Staatsoper (State Opera), the Austrian Parliament Building, the Burgtheater, and the Rathaus (town hall), then continue into the first district, where St. Stephen's Cathedral rises impressively above Stephansplatz. Follows the Donau Canal past Urania and through the Stadtpark, over Karlsplatz with the magnificent Karlskirche, then return to the starting point.

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Vienna: Half-Day Photography Tour

7. Vienna: Half-Day Photography Tour

Take better photos on a combined sightseeing tour and on-location photography workshop in Vienna. The focus is on taking pictures at places of interest from an out-of-the-ordinary perspective. Your guide will suggest an itinerary based upon your preferences, the weather and other factors, and all tours are conducted at a pace to suit. A typical itinerary for first-time visitors to Vienna would include St. Stephen’s Cathedral and the surrounding neighborhood of hidden courtyards, before moving on to the baroque Belvedere Palace, summer residence of Prince Eugene. Marvel at the Hundertwasserhaus apartment building decorated by the artist Hundertwasser. Take beautiful shots of the buildings on the Ringstrasse, including the Greek-Roman-style Parliament Building or the Art History Museum and Natural History Museum. Discover 19th-century palaces of the Viennese bourgeoisie, and much more.

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Vienna: Private 3-Hour City Highlights Van Tour

8. Vienna: Private 3-Hour City Highlights Van Tour

See the best of Vienna and get the perfect introduction to Austria’s fascinating capital city. Your private guide will introduce you to the splendor of the city as you see sights such as Schönbrunn Palace, which is the gorgeous summer home of the Habsburgs, as well as its stunning Baroque pleasure gardens. You can then discover Vienna’s most famous street "the Ring", which is home to imperial landmarks such as the Opera House, City Hall, the Imperial Palace, and many other cultural sights. You can drive through charming neighborhoods to see the city’s funkiest apartment building, the Hundertwasserhaus, which was designed by an artist who was not bound by straight lines. Being your private tour, your licensed guide will tailor the tour according to your interests, making your tour as individual as you are. Your guide values your precious time and will provide a high-quality tour with Vienna's Best in just 3 hours.

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Vienna by Bike 3-Hour All-In-One City Bike Tour in English

9. Vienna by Bike 3-Hour All-In-One City Bike Tour in English

Enjoy a fun, informative and healthy 3-hour tour of imperial Vienna, riding comfortable city bikes. An expert guide will lead you along safe, well-surfaced routes, making multiple stops to snap pictures of Vienna’s most important sights up close. Pedal along the famed Ringstrasse to get a sense of the glory of the imperial city. Once the center of the powerful Habsburg Empire, the impressive architecture of Vienna’s noble boulevards include City Hall, Vienna University, the House of Parliament, Imperial Palace, and the Opera House. Go to Heroes’ Square, where Hitler made his infamous "Anschluss" speech in 1938, before cycling towards the Hundertwasserhaus, Vienna’s funkiest apartment building. Last, but not least, ride to the Prater to marvel at the giant Ferris wheel, before pedaling back along the banks of a sidearm of the River Danube.

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What people are saying about Hundertwasserhaus

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 1,490 reviews

This tour is a great way to see many of the sites of Vienna in a fun way! Our guide, Marco was really interesting & funny and shared a great local perspective (as opposed to just historical facts). The time flew by on the tour and the bikes were easy to use. Marco made sure we were all together and navigated the sites safely.

Our guide was excellent. I should have taken this tour in the beginning of my travel…. He gave us many tips how to enjoy Vienna.

fast, comfortable means of transport for a first approach to the city, which then allows you to explore a particular site

Fun ride in Vienna city. We had elder people in our group and it’s not an extreme activity :)

The guide Max was knowledgeable, efficient, interesting and very kind!