Your tour will begin in central Vienna, where you’ll join up with your guide. Head to St Michael’s Church in Michaelerplatz, one of the city’s oldest churches and the former parish church of the Imperial Court. The Romanesque, early Gothic building dates back to the early 13th century.
Follow your guide below ground to wander the church’s crypt. Built as a burial site for affluent Viennese and members of the nobility in the 16th century, the crypt held over 4,000 bodies. Learn from your guide how the crypt's stable climate has kept the bodies in tact over hundreds of years.
Afterward, travel back above ground to the archeological site in Michaelerplatz. See the excavation that unearthed the Vindobona military camp, a Roman settlement comprising soldiers’ homes. Your guide will provide insightful background on the history of the settlement as you roam the area.
Your tour will conclude in Michaelerplatz, where you can continue exploring Vienna on your own.