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The regal capital of Austria is a place of art and culture.
When you visit Vienna you'll understand why it is such a popular destination in Central Europe.

Make Vienna the first stop on your trip.

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Vienna Sights

With romantic nostalgia and modern hype, Vienna combines present and past. Its historical center is one of the most beautiful urban areas in the world. Grand palaces, churches, parks and museums are everywhere in Vienna. This is a gracious old-world city on the banks of the majestic Danube River. There is no doubt why the historical center of Vienna is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Lovers of culture will feel right at home with Vienna's cafes and pastry shops, timeless art and music. Often regarded as the world's music capital, Vienna is where Mozart and Beethoven made history. This vibrant tradition continues today with musical and theater performances daily across the city.

Vienna Tourism

It's hard to go wrong sightseeing in Vienna. There seems to be an Austrian palace around every corner. The city center known as St. Stephen's Square features the gothic cathedral of the same name. Visit St. Stephen's to enjoy a wealth of art treasures and climb the 343 stairs for breathtaking views over the city and square. A splendid boulevard circles the center and gives visitors a chance to walk in the footsteps of the Habsburgs. It houses the magnificent Schonbrunn Palace and the imperial Hofburg. The Belvedere Palace is another must-see. A stroll amongst Vienna's bustling walking streets makes for an enjoyable day of shopping. You could also cruise on the Danube. Or just relax at one of the famous Vienna coffee houses.

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Where to stay in Vienna

All the accommodation choices we will present to you as part of your customized vacation package proposal are located in or very close to Vienna's Innere Stadt, the historic city center. You can be sure you'll be close to all the major central sights.

Things to do in Vienna

You'll find most of Vienna's main sights are in the city center, such as St Stephen's Cathedral, the Hofburg and the opera house, so a walking tour is a great way to get to know the city. Private guides in Vienna are costly but offer the advantage of flexibility versus an excellent small group tour that doesn't run every day. We will advise accordingly. Another pair of Vienna experiences that you'll want to fit in if you can are a visit to the Spanish Riding School, for a performance, or a practice session, and perhaps a performance of the Vienna Boy's Choir. Beyond the Ringstrasse Schonbrunn Palace is a marvel of imperial grandeur and a must-see. To get a taste for another aspect of Austria we highly recommend getting out to the Wachau Valley, one of the country's major wine-producing regions. When we send you your customized itinerary you will be able to choose additional excursions to included in your vacation package or consider for adding later.

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What I love about Vienna...

“I love how Vienna, although a big city, has this tranquil vibe about it. This is the city you'll want to take in slowly, every street is artistic display of facades, monuments, caffes. And let's not forget delicious cakes at every corner :-)”

Popular Tour Itineraries Featuring Vienna

Spend some time in Vienna on a tour that takes in other cities in Austria and neighboring countries. Our vacation packages including Vienna and other destinations make traveling in Central & Eastern Europe hassle-free. We take care of getting you from place to place, accommodation, excursions and activities.

Prague, Vienna and Budapest in a week

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10 Days Central European Capitals Tour: Prague, Vienna and Budapest

Visit three grand Central European capitals in 10 days. Start off in enchanting Prague, with its picture-postcard Old Town. Then take in the Imperial grandeur of Vienna. You will finish your Central Europe tour in Budapest, crowned 'best city in Europe' by CN Traveler readers for 2015. read full itinerary

10 Days in Slovenia & Austria

A relaxed 10 day itinerary that begins in the cutest capital we know, Ljubljana. From there it's time for some Mozart mania in Salzburg before heading east to Austria's grand capital, Vienna. With private transfers to take you from place to place you're in control the whole time, with the option of stops in Hallstatt, then the Wachau Valley wine region. read full itinerary

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See some of the best Christmas markets in Central Europe on an 11 day tour, traveling by private transfer and train. You will visit Prague, Cesky Krumlov, Salzburg, Vienna and Budapest. read full itinerary

12 Days Central European Cities Tour: Budapest, Vienna, Prague & Krakow

Visit three grand Central European capitals and the historic Polish capital Krakow in two weeks, traveling at a relaxed pace. Start off in enchanting Prague, with its picture-postcard Old Town. Then take in the Imperial grandeur of Vienna. Next stop is in Budapest, voted 'best city in Europe' in 2015. The trip ends in Krakow, Poland's most popular destination and still its cultural capital. read full itinerary

12 Days in Prague, Salzburg, Vienna & Budapest

This 12 day itinerary encompasses the highlights of the old Austro-Hungarian empire. From increasingly cool Budapest, impressive and imposing Vienna, musical Alpine town Salzburg to the beautiful Czech capital, Prague. read full itinerary

The Best of Italy & Austria in 12 Days

Combine Italy and its northern neighbor Austria on this 12 day tour. With time in Rome, Venice, Salzburg and Vienna you'll see some of Europe's most wonderful cities, with thousands of years of history and three empires between them. read full itinerary

Two Week Central Europe Grand Tour

With 2 weeks at your disposal and spending a little less time in each city you can explore a large area of Central Europe. Start in the ubercool German capital, Berlin then head south to enchanting Prague. After a few days it's time to head south again, to fairy-tale medieval Cesky Krumlov. From here it's on to the grand old Imperial capital, Vienna. After that you reach Budapest to see for yourself why Condé Nast Traveler readers voted it best city in Europe in 2015. The trip ends in the historic Polish capital, Krakow. read full itinerary

2 Weeks in Germany, Czech Republic & Austria

Kick off your tour in the hip German capital Berlin before moving on to magical Prague. From there you'll proceed by train to Vienna where you'll be impressed by the old imperial grandeur. You head west to Salzburg, the town of Mozart. Your final stop is in Munich, the cosmopolitan Bavarian capital. read full itinerary

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