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From Vienna: Bratislava City Tour with Food Options

1. From Vienna: Bratislava City Tour with Food Options

Enjoy a day trip to Bratislava on a tour that shows you the sights of this charming capital, and allows you plenty of free time to explore the city on your own. Depart the Erdberg bus station at 9:40 AM, arriving at the Bratislava Most SNP bus stop at 10:45 AM. Cross the street from the stop via zebra crossing, free time for coffee in Bratislava. At noon meeting with your guide in front of the main entrance to Park Inn by Radisson Danube Hotel. Stroll through the historical center of Bratislava. See all the city’s important landmarks including the Opera, Reduta building, Man at Work statue, Central Square, Primate's Palace, and Michael's Gate. Enjoy a coffee and cake at a café after your walking tour. Take advantage of more free time to explore the city on your own. Meet up back at the bus station at 6:30 PM, arriving in Vienna at 7:30 PM.

Vienna: Secrets of the St. Stephan's Cathedral

2. Vienna: Secrets of the St. Stephan's Cathedral

The famous St. Stephan's Cathedral is a must-do for everyone who is in Vienna and it is probably the most iconic landmark in this beautiful city. But this means that everyone wants to visit the inside of the Church. This tour allows you to discover an alternative side to Vienna's most famous landmark. On this tour, you will visit the parts of the church, which are usually not accessible to the public. Meet your guide in front of the church and, after some general information about this incredible building, set out to discover the secret parts of the building. Find out some secret facts about the church itself and visit the catacombs before heading up to the attic — which is normally not publically accessible — and the unique rooftop. On the rooftop and inside the attic you will have the chance to take fantastic pictures in all directions, both from the inside and the outside. In addition, to get to the attic you will walk through a hidden tunnel and staircase. Of course, the guide will be by your side to show you the way and to tell you the best stories and myths about St. Stephans Cathedral.

From Vienna: Wachau Valley Day Tour with Wine Tasting

3. From Vienna: Wachau Valley Day Tour with Wine Tasting

Experience the stunning beauty of Wachau Valley and sample its white wines on a guided day trip from Vienna. Hop on a river cruise down the Danube from Spitz to Melk. Visit Melk Abbey and Weissenkirchen. Stop at a family-run tavern in Dürnstein to taste liqueurs, wines, and local delicacies. Start the trip from Vienna and travel in a van through narrow countryside roads into the heart of the Wachau Valley. Accompanied by your driver/guide, learn about wine-making and the fascinating history and culture of the region.   Taste a wide variety of the valley’s dry and fruity whites and sample other local delicacies such as apricot jams and liqueurs. In summer, take a boat ride on the Danube River from Spitz to Melk to soak up the beauty of the Wachau Valley. During the winter months, take a guided tour of the beautiful Melk Abbey. Once in Dürnstein, enjoy free time to explore the medieval town and its colorful architecture. Learn about the castle where Richard the Lionhearted was once held prisoner. Finally, visit a heuriger, a traditional family-run Austrian wine tavern, for wine tasting.

Vienna: The City's Top 10 and Their Secrets Walking Tour

4. Vienna: The City's Top 10 and Their Secrets Walking Tour

No matter if you are a first-time visitor or have passed through Vienna before, a guided walking tour will help you discover more of the splendor of the city. While you visit some of Vienna’s most stunning sights, this tour will help you discover some of the secrets of the city — stories told that are unknown even to most locals.  Marvel at the opulent grandeur of the Hofburg Palace, the former residence of the leaders of the Habsburg dynasty. Gaze at the unique roofing of Vienna’s most famous cathedral, St. Stephen’s. Learn the macabre history of the Pestsäule, a column erected to commemorate Viennese victims of the black plague. All the while, uncover the underground history of these well-known places from your expert guide.

Full Day Trip to Budapest from Vienna

5. Full Day Trip to Budapest from Vienna

Before embarking on a scenic drive through the Hungarian countryside, meet your English-speaking guide in front of your hotel in Vienna at the pre-arranged time. Continue on to Budapest in an air-conditioned vehicle and enjoy the scenery out the windows.  Upon arrival in Budapest, take a walking tour with a local guide and see the capital's top sites, including the Vajdahunyad Castle, the Opera House and the Parliament Building. In the Heroes' Square, admire the statues of the Seven Chieftains of the Magyars as well as the sweeping views of the city and the waters of the Danube from the Fisherman's Bastion. Learn all about Budapest's rich history and its architectural gems from your guide as you travel between the major attractions. Your day trip concludes with transportation back to Vienna.

Vintage insta(nt) photo walking tour with an instant camera

6. Vintage insta(nt) photo walking tour with an instant camera

Get to know Vienna from a different side and collect lasting memories for eternity? You get this experience on our Insta(nt) Photo Hotspot Tour through Vienna's city center. Begin your photo sightseeing tour by meeting your guide at a well-known hotspot in Vienna. You will receive your own instant camera and film package for the entire duration of the tour. After a brief introduction on how to use the camera, you'll learn about the history of instant cameras. The first photo stops include the well-known Karlskirche and the Otto Wagner Pavilion. Afterwards we continue to the famous Vienna State Opera and the Albertina Museum. Afterwards you have the opportunity to take some nature shots in the Burggarten and Palmenhaus before you come with your group to the Hofburg and the Volksgarten (Rose Garden). The last spots are the Parliament, the Vienna City Hall and the Burgtheater where the tour ends.

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 160 reviews

What a wonderful time we had. Santiago was an excellent guide, and provided guidance in both English and Spanish for our group as needed. Plus, he was super knowledgeable of all the wines, the area, and was just fun to chat with about life during the can ride and our group lunch break. As sellers of Domaine Wachau wines at our Restaurant in America, it was exciting to meet the producers in person and get a taste of all the different wines. Plus, getting the contrast with the slightly larger producer and the smaller, family growers was really exciting. A really really hot day made for some lovely white wine. The valley was gorgeous and the stop in Durnstein was super cute and just the right amount of time. They have several different liquor and chocolate sellers so you can get unlimited free samples by hopping from shop to shop. The lunch had great vegetarian options for us, the river cruise was lovely and scenic, and we got a quick pick in Melk before heading home. Thanks Santiago!!!

Lovely day out with a great guide in Thomas, who was relaxed and genuine, with good knowledge both locally and about wine. Some ways to drive to the valley of course but the way there was pleasant with nice talks and explanations of the area, and several stops throughout the day. Wine tastings (two) were nice and a bit adjusted according to our taste, and generous in both glass sizes and numbers. Easy to buy wines if you wanted but no problem if not. A calm (perhaps a bit slow) boat ride with nice strudel and some coffee (not included). Lunch stop was good value for money. Overall just what we wanted and a great way to spend a day in Wachay Valley!

This was our second visit to Vienna so we really appreciated to extra detail Davy-Nathan provided on the superb tour of the inner city. He was informative, friendy and so knowledgeable. His 'reading' of the group was faultless in showing us all what he knew would interest us particularly.

It was a good shot and concise trip to Bratislavia. I enjoyed it very much!

Very good and friendly guide, speaks good English and tells a lot