- Discover the work of Austrian artist Gustav Klimt with this Vienna sightseeing combo
- See the fabulous display of Klimt's work at Belvedere Palace, including The Kiss
- Upgrade to include entrance to the Albertina art museum to see a collection of Klimt's drawings
- Use your included 72-hour Vienna Card for free use of public transport and discounts at museums, shops and restaurants
- Enjoy a cup of coffee and a delicious piece of cake at Café Central
What You Can Expect
Explore the fabulous Klimt collection at Belvedere Palace, which houses the country’s most significant gathering of Austrian art from around 1900. The palace is home to the world's largest collection of paintings by Gustav Klimt (approx. 30 pieces); highlights include Klimt’s well-known works The Kiss and Judith I.
Albertina (if option selected):
If you're a true Gustav Klimt lover, don't miss the Albertina, an art museum whose renowned collection includes several Gustav Klimt drawings from the early 1900s. Admire Klimt's sketches and unique drawing talents, particularly of his favorite subject -- the female body. Then check out the museum's other offerings, such as pieces by Monet, Renoir and Picasso.
Your included Vienna Card is valid for 72 hours and offers free use of public transport and more than 210 discounts at museums, shops and restaurants. Every card comes with a free Vienna guide with helpful information about each attraction; the card will be available upon check-in at your hotel.
Coffee and Cake at Café Central
Vienna is famous for its coffee house culture, so head to legendary Café Central, where coffee and a piece of delicious cake will be waiting for you. Located near Hofburg Palace, this elegant 19th-century café is known for being the former meeting point of famous figures such as Arthur Schnitzler, Sigmund Freud and Leo Trotzki.
Seeing the original painting "the Kiss" made the tour. Plenty of time to walk the Upper Belvedere and the gardens. Lower Belvedere not included.
The Belvedere's collection is the best with the iconic Kiss and many other famous paintings by Klimt and Schiele, some of the art was in a specialist Symbolism exhibition which was worth the extra 5 euros, we got a massive discount on the exhibition (normally 19 euros) because of the tickets we had. The Albertina is worth going to because once you are in all the exhibitions and the rooms are free, so we got to see the Monet/Picasso exhibition for free.
It is a really wonderful tour and really well supported, they even sorted out my hotel for me. It is excellent value and when we did it no queuing. The complimentary cake and coffee/tea were wonderful in Cafe Sacher and it is really great value compared to the cost of purchasing everything separately. It is also wonderful that you get time to take up all the offers on the ticket, so we did the Cafe on a different day to the exhibitions but it was nice to have something to look forward to.
Brilliant value and really wonderful service