- See the best of imperial Vienna with this sightseeing combo!
- Explore Vienna on your own -- perfect for first-time visitors
- See St Stephen's Cathedral and visit several imperial buildings including the Vienna State Opera and Belvedere Palace
- Take a Vienna sightseeing tour and visit Schonbrunn Palace, built during the Austrian Empire
- Enjoy coffee and cake at iconic Café Central
- Enjoy a 3-course dinner or lunch and a Strauss and Mozart concert at the Kursalon, an opulent imperial pavilion
- Receive discounts on top Vienna attractions plus unlimited free public transport with your Vienna Card
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
A comprehensive combo that covers the best of Vienna. Discover the city at your own pace and partake in Vienna's world-class culture and cuisine. An awesome way to discover this regal city!
What You Can Expect
72-hour Vienna Card
Your 72-hour Vienna Card is the easiest way to explore the Austrian capital on your own. Enjoy more than 210 discounts on top attractions and unlimited free travel by public transport. Visit iconic sights like the Parliament building, Vienna University, Votive Church and the Vienna State Opera, built during the Austrian Empire in the mid-19th century. You’ll also receive great discounts at theaters, shops, cafés and restaurants.
3-hour Vienna City Sightseeing Tour
Go on a 3-hour guided city tour of Vienna’s highlights and see some magnificent buildings along Ring Boulevard like the Vienna State Opera, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Natural History Museum. Your tour continues with a visit to Schonbrunn Palace, the former imperial Rococo residence of the royal family of Hapsburg and Empress Maria Theresa, the mother of Queen Marie Antoinette of France.
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.
Lunch or Dinner and Strauss and Mozart Concert
Indulge in a traditional Viennese 3-course lunch or dinner and a complimentary glass of sparkling wine at the traditional Kardos restaurant, famous for its delicious goulash dishes. Then, enjoy an incredible Strauss and Mozart concert at the Kursalon, an opulent pavilion built during imperial times. Listen to famous melodies of Johann Strauss and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart played by the Vienna Kursalon Orchestra -- a truly memorable evening!
Although it may seem expensive the combination's very worthwhile. We had a great time at Schonbrunn Palace and loved the cakes at Cafe Central. It was thunder, lightning, and rain during our concert but that just added to the atmosphere and the musicians and dancers were excellent. Note that the company will reserve times for the sightseeing tour, Schonbrunn Palace, and concert - it might be worth getting your combination card and checking the plan before making any other reservations to ensure you can do everything you want to do. We'd booked one separate thing that conflicted and due to a holiday there the company wasn't able to put us on a different sightseeing tour. Overall though the convenience of the Vienna card and tickets for dinner and coffee and cake at our convenience was a tremendous plus for our visit to Vienna.
Insufficient time in / around Schonbrunn made this tour less than ideal. 30 minutes to walk the gardens only.
The combo card was useful in that it meant you had a range of things organised before you arrived in town.
however - I had anticipated that there would be more of a saving by making a block booking. the real saving would be made if you used the Vienna card vouchers a lot - but you would virtually end up spending more to get the discounts ..... not good economics.
The restaurant (Kardos) was excellent - very friendly, helpful and accommodating.
The Café Central is a beautiful place but we felt that our visit there was compromised by the fact we had the Viator voucher. the waiter seemed impatient and irritated when we said that we had the voucher. we ordered 2 cakes, 1 tea, and 1 glass of water. when we asked for cream with one of the cakes, he irritatingly replied.... 'you will have to pay for it' ............. the sum total of the cream bill was 70 cent. we were very unimpressed.
Not impressed as ended on different tour .A lot of confusion initially. Tour guide not helpful and very unpleasant. Also almost missed concert as venue address difficult to find.