See two European capitals while you’re in Budapest with a private tour of Vienna: an easy day trip. Traveling by private vehicle, cross into Austria and enjoy an itinerary designed around you. View Ringstrasse sights like the Parliament and State Opera, take a walking tour to see the Hofburg Palace, and opt to shop or visit the Schonbrunn Palace or Prater amusement park. Lunch and hotel or central pickup and drop-off in Budapest included.
Private day trip to Vienna from Budapest
See top Vienna attractions including the Ringstrasse with its City Hall, Parliament, and State Opera
Walking tour to view the Hofburg Palace, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, and Kartner Strasse
Lunch at a charming restaurant included
Choose to visit the Schonbrunn Palace or Prater, or stroll and shop as you wish
Flexible itinerary with personalized attention from a private guide
Private air-conditioned transport and Budapest hotel, station, port, or airport pickup and drop-off, with entrance fees in Vienna at own expense
the places we visited were great, beautiful city and the lunch was delicious, GEZA the guide was absolutely fantastic, friendly, knows really good every detail about every place, honestly he made the experience much better.
thank you GEZA for everything
This is an excellent way to get a short preview of Vienna. Travel time is about two hours each way and the day was filled with a tour of Schonbrunn Palace, excellent lunch in a local restaurant included and a lengthy waling tour of the main downtown area. It definitely made me want to include a Vienna stopover on my next trip to Europe.
Our guide was very knowledgeable, a walking encyclopedia of facts. She had also 'lived through 'some of the more recent history, so her insight was wonderful. I would have liked her to make a few more suggestions or to take us around the city a bit more, because of her knowledge.
5 of us were wedged into a tiny car 6 if you include the driver/guide. The guide seemed much more interested in his set agenda than in finding out what we were interested in. Although I appreciate that he wanted to fit in as much as we could in one day, we would have rather skipped the silly excuses he made to go into cheap souvenir shops trying to get us to spend money so he could get a commission? and stops to see things we weren't interested in. He left us places to tour on our own while he went off to do other things which was a bit odd. And he left us waiting an extra 10-15 minutes during a bathroom break while he shopped at an outlet mall. Lunch was included at a nice enough restaurant but he set the menu and if we wanted something else, we had to pay for it separately not with an up-charge but paying another fee without credit for the food we were not getting. All in all we didn't feel like this tour was a good value.
Buena experiencia. Atila, nuestro guía, puntual y muy profesional.
Dos peros que impidieron que este viaje de un día a Viena se convirtiera en un día redondo.
1. El coche. Éramos cuatro, más el conductor. El coche ofrecía 4 plazas cómodas. Mis dos hijas soportaron, cada una en un recorrido, una viaje de tres horas realmente incómodo.
2. La comida. Ni siquiera se nos ofreció una alternativa en ninguno de los platos. Era un menú cerrado, único. Era una sopa y un filete empanado. Para mí, puede ser suficiente, pero mis hijas no comen fritos. Y para colmo, sin postre. Compartimos dos postres para los cuatro, y tuvimos que pagar 10. La cantidad es lo de menos. Pero resulta raro y poco elegante pagar más de 550 por esta aventura, y tener que pagar por el postre de una comida digna, pero en exceso simple. El restaurante de Viena era pequeñito y con encanto.
Por todo, es una pena que este par de temas deslucieran la jornada.
Entiendo que quieran optimizar beneficios, pero no sean tan cutres. Aseguren un viaje en un vehículo confortable para todos los viajeros, y ofrezcan, al menos, una comida completa.
Viena es una maravilla. Volveremos con calma, sin duda.
Es mi primera experiencia con Viator. Cuiden estos detalles, y seremos más los que queremos disfrutar de sus servicios.
Y devuelvanme los 10 del postre