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This tour was amazing!
Fantastic trip! Wonderful Guide, Mario. Personable, knowledgeable. Delicious wine, beautiful scenery. 100 recommend. Bring shoes if you hike up the hill to the castle!
Excellent tour and very enjoyable. Highly recommend this company. Small and perfect for those who prefer something more personal. Our guide was very good and had a wealth of information to share with us.
Great overall tour of the city and getting fast-track into the palace with a guided tour definitely helps. The palace is packed with people and probably not a good idea to do a self-guided audio tour. We also had some free time to visit the garden or to roam around the area.
Definitely spend the extra money to get VIP Tickets sitting in the second row watching and listening to an amazing orchestra is worth it.
The concert was moved from the Orangerie to the main hall of the Castle and it was awesome having done the audio tour during the day and knowing the facts about the hall - where all the balls had taken place - to be sitting in the hall to listen to a concert.
The orchestra portrayed such fun and joy playing it was absolutely fabulous.
Self-guided audio tour is good to do during the day. TIP: Don't go to the wrong place to pick up your tour tickets. We went to the main entrance since the Orangerie ticket pick up was not signed. You will just have to go through an unmarked door left of the lights when coming from the U-Bahn stop. Don't go right with everyone else or you will get lost.
Dinner was relatively basic but restaurant setting was nice, service extremely good and quality of meal above average. The desert was to-die-for!
We have already recommended is tour to all our friends and would do it again!
We really enjoyed making friends and getting to taste wine in some beautiful locations! Our guide, Ace, was fun and also did a good job encouraging us on the bikes it had been a while since we biked and we brought up the rear, but Ace always made sure he knew where we were. The biking is mostly flat and easy if you're a less comfortable biker, the hardest parts will be the beginning and end as you go from the train station through the city of Krems. But nothing beats the views along the Danube and in the vineyards.
I would combine this tour with a tour of the synagogue as well. The synagogue tours are at 11:30 a.m and 2:00 pm and cost 5 Euros. You must also bring your passport to get in.
Brigitte, our walking tour guide, was energetic, passionate and very knowledgeable about Vienna's history. The tour is as promised with lots of visual aids. It was interesting to hear about the history of the Jews of Vienna from the Roman times to the present. It was touching to walk the streets where Jewish families lived and of how most of 200,000 Jews that were living in Vienna left due to the virulent antisemitism at the time but the 65,000 Viennese Jews that were left were sent to the concentration camps. There were 23 Synagogues in Vienna before the war, only one remains and that is only because it is near the oldest church in Vienna. The tour ends at the Holocaust Memorial that was built in 2001. When asked how the Jews of Vienna are faring today? Brigitte said They are fine, for now...
A very interesting tour... but visit the synagogue as well for another perspective.
This tour was one of our favourite tours throughout Europe. Our guide Giovanni was excellent. It was a fun way to explore the beautiful countryside. It was very special to visit the very small wineries and receive such personalised attention. We had wine tastings that weren't available to the general public. Would definitely recommend this tour.
The dinner at Bristol Hotel was delicious. Concert with Mozart's music was wonderful and the atmosphere of the Musikverein was just magnificent.
was great! the combination of touring this beautiful valley by bikes stopping to taste wines and do some walk in the old village is a true winner .The guide was excellent.
That was so beautiful!!! The concert was great, the singers, the dancers, we loved it!!!The concert room was not that big but it was a nice size. I loved Mozart and Strauss so I couldn t ask for more!!
Great trip and well organized! I do recommend to take a walk by yourself in Belvidere Palace which is the last stop from the trip. I love Vienna!
The music was wonderful and the dancers and singers were great. Really enjoyed the whole show.
The dinner was delicious but the service was not up to standard. The first 2 courses took 1 1/2 hour to serve and the last 2 courses took 20 min. after we complained that the time was getting late.
Absolutely wonderful and beautiful
Isabel B Canada
Horst was an entertaining, enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide. The tour was an excellent overall introduction to Vienna's history, architecture, green space and café culture. The pace was brisk but leisurely enough to soak in the relevant facts about important monuments and other points of interests. Horst is truly proud of his city and interesting anecdotes were included during our tour hidden underground wine cellars for example. After two and a half hours of walking, hunger set in and Horst
recommended an excellent local restaurant away from the tourist trap! Highly recommend this tour and the guide.
Doing what: Vienna City Walking Tour
The Musikverein is a fantastic venue for the concert. I was surprised at how good the position of our seats was for the reasonable price that we paid. We had a really good view of the orchestra and the stage. The atmosphere was great, all added to by the period costume of the orchestra, and the music was excellent. A very enjoyable evening.
Doing what: Vienna Mozart Concert at the Musikverein
After previously doing a Segway tour in Barcelona and Oslo we were looking forward to our tour in Vienna. It certainly lived up to expectations and we had a fantastic time.
Max, our guide, was superb and definitely the best so far. His knowledge was superb and he was so friendly and kind to everyone on the tour.
I would certainly recommend it to anyone travelling to Vienna.
Doing what: Vienna City Segway Day Tour
David A United Kingdom
A great walking tour with Natalie, our guide. Humorous, knowledgable, fun and full of interesting facts to make our visit to Vienna more interesting. Visited many of the attractions and locations that you might otherwise miss if doing your own thing. A must for all visitors.
Doing what: Vienna City Walking Tour
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