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Private Half-Day History Walking Tour in Vienna: The City of Many Pasts
"Vienna is not just a city of one past but a city of many pasts. Delve into Vienna's past and present on an insightful 3-hour walking tour of its colorful history and architecture. Your tour begins at Michaelerplatz where the Hofburg the Habsburg’s imperial palace and seat of power since the thirteenth century dominates the square. Clockwise from the palace is the green and gray Loos House designed by Austrian architect Adolf Loos (1870 1933).From there the tour continues down Kohlmarkt and the Graben
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Small-Group History Walking Tour in Vienna: The City of Many Pasts
"Vienna is not just a city of one past but a city of many pasts. Delve into Vienna's past and present on an insightful 3-hour walking tour of its colorful history and architecture. Your tour begins at Michaelerplatz where the Hofburg the Habsburg’s imperial palace and seat of power since the thirteenth century dominates the square. Clockwise from the palace is the green and gray Loos House designed by Austrian architect Adolf Loos (1870 1933).From there the tour continues down Kohlmarkt and the Graben
From $90.00
 
Food Tours Vienna
"On this 4-hour walking tour your guide will introduce you to some of Austria’s most delicious foods and wines.The coffee house is a natural place to start the day and you’ll visit one of the last traditional cafés that’s still in its original state.Next you’ll stop at a few venues in the surrounding neighborhoods including the famous Naschmarkt where you’ll taste a variety of Austrian cheeses and locally produced vinegars. Get an introduction to the culture of Austrian cuisine through the great variety of local and seasonal ingredients on display.The next stop will be at a Würstelstand giving you the opportunity to enjoy traditional sausages and side dishes.By this point you’re sure to be ready for some wine and in the surroundings of a historic cellar you’ll taste 3 Austrian wines.Additional stops at a typical bakery and an artisan chocolate shop will follow. Finally
From EUR85.00

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Hauptlesesaal der Universität

The Main Reading Room at the University of Vienna is a wonderful Renaissance Revival library. It's a public building, therefore you can have a quick look. Just use a locker for your bags and coats...
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Chamsa
Sep 07, 2003

STREETS IN THE FIRST DISTRICT

Wander around the maze of streets of Vienna's central First District (Erste Bezirk), I have lived here for nearly 8 years but I am still discovering new things - In Sterngasse near Schwedednplatz, I...
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mel_bee
Mar 25, 2003

About small "Gassen" and little "Höfer"

The old city centre district of Vienna (also known as district 1) is a very pleasant place to walk around in (or get lost). Strawling through the narrow alleys and streets one should not forget to now...
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Pavlik_NL
Nov 20, 2007

Statute dedicated to the Black Plague Victims

There is a beautiful statute near Stephansdom on the Graben, where many people pass by probably without noticing too closely, a statute dedicated to all the victims of the 'Black Plague' -- which...
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Eman
Aug 24, 2002

Where Mozart wrote some of his works

Also a place that some people do not want to miss is the house where Mozart lived in Vienna and created few of his masterpieces. In the old house there is a small museum about his turbulent life, as...
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Pavlik_NL
Nov 20, 2007

The old University of Vienna

Inside the old city centre quarter (District 1) one can also find the oldest and original buildings of the Vienna University. The modest buildings are spread over several buildings and still contain...
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Pavlik_NL
Nov 20, 2007

Anchor Clock - Ankeruhr

While waiting for my first taste of Viennese ice cream, I was amazed by the huge clock directly in front of me. It was the Anchor Clock (or Ankeruhr)...built between 1911 and 1917 and is situated on...
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BLewJay
Sep 20, 2005

Palais Ferstel for dinner. We...

Palais Ferstel for dinner. We attended a business event on this particular evening and were treated to a trumpet herald announcing each couple. Cocktails in the courtyard by the fountains was followed...
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ThereAndBack
Aug 26, 2002

Roman Vindobona

In front of the Hofburg you can find excavations of the first roman city built here called Vindobona. It was the beginning of Vienna. It's very interesting to see how much is still in good shape.... ...
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PetraG
Jun 17, 2004

Just browsing around ...

If you are in mood for shopping, avoid the main streets like Graben and turn to some others in the center. You will find tons of interesting shops smaller or bigger without bunches of tourists ... ...
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Skipka
Mar 04, 2004

A short stop

Althought in late September, the weather was pleasant and warm, like in summer. Countless bars in the openair invite tourists and citisens to enjoy there, to have some refreshment...
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olja1234
Aug 11, 2005

This area is downtown...

This area is downtown (Ringstrasse) Vienna, beautiful clean boulevards,with some great shopping too. Do spend some time wandering about the streets within the Ringstrasse
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sunnywong
Sep 12, 2002
 
 
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Things to Do Near Vienna

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Naschmarkt

After passing the Vienna Secession Building we were planning on heading towards the Vienna Ring Road when we saw a rather interesting looking market area, so we went to have a look. It turned out to...
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Karlsplatz

like what I've Said, the City of Vienna has many known and hidden squares and there are even walking tours of the hidden squares of Vienna in some tour companies. One of the Largest Squares is the...
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Theater an der Wien

This historic theater got its name from the fact that it was built on the bank of a small river called the Wien – a river that has since been banished underground. For many years the Theater an der...
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Karlskirche - St Charles Church

Karlskirche or Charles’ Church is situated at the Karlsplatz and dedicated to Saint Charles or Cardinal Carlo Borromeo. Construction of this church started in 1716 and was accomplished by 1737. Church...
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Wien Museum Karlsplatz - Historical Museum of the City of Vienna

This “Vienna Museum” (Wien Museum) is a city history museum whose collections are “a blend of art and history”, meaning that there are numerous art works on display to illustrate the historical...
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Wiener Staatsoper - State Opera House

The Vienna State Opera (Wiener Staatsoper) is said to be one of the world’s busiest opera houses, with 350 performances per year. The week I was in Vienna (the last week of October 2016), they put...
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Getting to Vienna

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The old part of Vienna inside the Ringstrasse

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