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Even though our voucher was checked by lady at hotel pick up, again by lady when disembarking at bus station to join tour and again by tour guide when getting on coach we had been directed to by 2nd lady, as coach was heading down expressway, we had an inkling we were on wrong tour. Guide had very heavily accented English so werent sure. however, what could he have done, no head count was undertaken so we enjoyed a tour to Melk and the Abbey. This was worth 5 stars. Make sure you are on right coach!
Lovely countryside.... Got a glimpse of a real fairy tale castle and the gypsum mine with the underground lake was fascinating..... And a very welcome break from the heat outside
This was a fantastic tour. Guide was wonderful...L Baker Perth Western Australia
Much better than expected! Tour guide (27/6) was v good, full of information and spoke excellent English. Enjoyed scenery. We were happy to hear about the many composers inspired by Vienna Woods. Seegrotte v enjoyable.
Loved this tour. The Mayerling hunting lodge was a nice stop - quite interesting. Driving through Vienna Woods and the Roman city of Baden was also delight. But, for me, the best part was the small boat cruise on the Seegrotte, the largest underground lake in Europe.
Short coach trip to end our 5 day independent trip to Vienna. This was a nice contrast to our city based trip and was very well organised and covered 3 different and interesting stops. The trip on the underground lake is actually inside a former gypsum mine which is very interesting. (The access to the mine is by walking along a perfectly reasonable sized tunnel and then opens out to large caverns.)
A very informative and well paced tour. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves ( 3 adults and one child). We stayed in a private apartment but to meet up with the tour bus was easy enough- you can meet them at the Opera house.
What an incredible trip that had so many things to do and see. The amazing beauty of nature and how the Austrians have held on to their history is true.y remarkable
It was great and met my expectations. I would recommend this tour to other travelers.
This was a nice tour of the country side around Vienna with several stops to see monistaries and Churchs.
We enjoyed it.
Pick up was on time and very friendly. We were taken to a central point at which to board our tour bus. All the coaches were signposted and there was no confusion over which was ours. The tour passes through some beautiful countryside and villages on the way to the hunting lodge, then on to the monastery. Both are lovely, and there are plenty of picturesque sights on the way. The monastery is still in use, so it's important to be respectful and quiet as you move around indoors. The underground lake was a great attraction and we thoroughly enjoyed it, though we were not warned in advance to bring coats or for how long we would be walking underground - it's very cold, and it's a long trek down a tunnel to the lake. Our tour guide was absolutely fantastic, very knowledgeable and flawlessly moving through four different languages for each point of information. He knew the answer to all of our questions. The lake has a different guide, very humerous and had lots of interesting things to tell us about. Would highly recommend.