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Receptive tour agency

by maria-belgrade

Hello dear travellers!

Can any of you give me a contact of a tourist agency in Vienna that provides receptive tourist services?


Re: Receptive tour agency

by globetrott

what is a receptive tourist service ?

Re: Receptive tour agency

by maria-belgrade

It is an agency that receives the guests from other countries. For example, if I have a group of tourists from Belgrade and need an receptive agency in Vienna who can organize acommodation, sight seeing and transportation for my group when they arrive in Vienna. :)

Re: Receptive tour agency

by globetrott

ok, so that is what we call incoming travelagent:

Travel Tips for Vienna

Danube river

by Polly74

This photo was taken by the Donauturm, next to the great Danube Riverat Handelskai.
In Summer you can take one of these ferries to do a tour along the Blue Danube river (remember the Blue Danube waltz, by Johan Strauss?).

Before Sunrise

by Krumlovgirl

For some really great Vienne scenery, try watching the movie "Before Sunrise", starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy. It's the ultimate backpacker's movie and a really nice little love story. It's about two tourists who meet on a train and decide to spend about 12 hours walking around the city. You get views of the Prater, the Opera House, the Danube, and most of the other major sites. It's what first attracted me to Vienna and really made me want to go.

get your bearings by climbing...

by DesertRat

get your bearings by climbing -- or taking the elevator (lift) -- to the top of St. Stephen's Cathedral, the geographic and spiritual center of Vienna. Located on Stefansplatz, it is impossible to miss. And the view is unforgettable.

Photo: St. Stephen's Cathedral and its ugly, post-modern neighbor on Stefansplatz

13th district - Hietzing

by pakistanibrain

The castle of Sch?nbrunn (in German: Schloss Sch?nbrunn) is one of the most beautiful castles in Vienna and used to be the residence of the former Austrian emperor family.

Hietzing (that's how the 13th district is called) is one of the most posh and expensive districts of Vienna. It is mainly a residential area though with Sch?nbrunn beeing the touristic highlight. However a walk through the streets with the posh houses of Hietzing is also recommended.


by themajor

Yes, I know some of you will be terribly disappointed to read that this is bit of genuine cultural info rather than an advert for fetish shops but it really is rather interesting! For if you travel to Vienna during the Advent season you will see amazed to see shop windows full of Father Christmas's and, 'er, devils! Fear not though, for these are simply chocolate/sugar/china/glass representations of the same chap - Krampus, devilish associate of St Nicholas and the berator of bad boys and girls.

On St Nikolaus Day (Dec 6th), Nicholas (or dad dressed up) visits Viennese households to find out what the children have been up to over the past year. Good chaps and chapesses are duly rewarded with fruit, nuts and other small treats whilst the others get a jolly good talking to! Well actually, Krampus is almost always depicted carrying a rather hefty broom which I doubt he's going to use for sweeping up. So be warned you blighters! Oh, and if you come to Vienna after the 6th December, all signs of him will have deftly disappeared from view. So pop over around the last week of November and you'll see him and the major Christmas markets.

However, be warned that if you see figures dressed as Krampus wandering the streets of the city bearing birches, you might want to stroll swiftly in the other direction lest you end up sampling a whack or two. Of course, some might find that an added attraction...'er, but let's not dwell on it!


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