Public transportation and sightseeing:

Sightseeing in Vienna:

 

To gain an overall impression of the most significant sights of Vienna at the beginning of your holidays we recommend the Grand City Tour with Schönbrunn Palace.

It will show you the Ringsstraße along the state opera, the museum of fine arts, the museum of natural history, the Hofburg, the parliament, the city hall, the Burgtheater and the university. The highlight will be a visit of Schönbrunn palace.

 

Duration: App. 3 1/2 hours. Departure at the state opera in the city center 3 times a day. Tickets available at the reception or directly in the center at the departure point.
 

Also available are the popular "Hop On Hop off" busses. 6 routes, 50 stops. Tickets for 24/48/72 Stunden.

 

www.viennasightseeingtours.com

 

Vienna walks:

 

For people who want to enjoy the flair of the city of Vienna in an individual way.

www.wienguide.at

 

Guided Bicycle Tours - Pedal Power:

 

Classic Vienna Sightseeing Tour: 3 Hours, Euro 37,00/with your own bicycle Euro 29,00.

May - September daily, October Monday,Wednesday, Friday, Saturday,Sunday

Meeting Point: Bösendorfer Strasse 5, 1010 Wien, 14:00 Hours

 

Registration at the reception or www.pedalpower.at.

 

Guided SEGWAY TOURs also available! May - September Täglich 9:30 und 14:30 Hours

 

Public transportation:

 

Not only the beautiful landscape of Klosterneuburg makes Klosterneuburg a point of interest for people, who wants to visit Vienna. The public transportation ist another plus.

 

Busses to Vienna are leaving every 10-20 minutes, the trains every 30 minutes. With one change you reach the historical city center of Vienna within 25 minutes.

Take bus or train to Heiligenstadt and change to U4 (underground - green line) for the center. City Maps including public transportation are available at the reception desk free of charge.

 

Day Pass available for Vienna and Klosterneuburg. From the 3rd day on you can buy a week pass. Tickets available at the train station (ticket machine) or directly at the bus driver.

 

Transfer:

 

Transfers are available from the airport or any train-station in Vienna. Please tell us the number of People/day and time of your arrival. We always try to get the best rates for you. Return transfers from the hotel to the airport or train-station can be booked on the day of arrival.

 

Places to Visit:

 

St. Stephens Cathedral: since 500 years the landmark of Vienna

Belvedere: one of the most beautiful barock castles

Schönbrunn Palce: The Versailles of Vienna with beautiful zoo and parks.

Hundertwasser-Building: what do you think?

Kapuzinergruft: burial place for 146 members of the Habsburgs

Haas-Building: Old and new next to St. Stephens

Heldenplatz: feel the history of the nation

Michaelerplatz: for many people the most beautiful place in Vienna

Josefsplatz: a small Jewel of Barock

Stift Klosterneuburg: Since 1114 it has not lost its glory

 

Walks for individuals:

 

around St. Stephens:

Stephansplatz - Lugeck - Bäckerstraße - Dr. Ignaz Seipel Platz - Sonnenfelsgasse - Schönlaterngasse - Heiligenkreuzerhof - Grashof - Köllnerhofgasse - Fleischmarkt - Postgasse - Schönlaterngasse - Sonnenfelsgasse - Lugeck - Rotenturmstraße - Erzbischöfliches Palais – Stephansplatz

 

Imperial Vienna:

Albertinaplatz - Augustinergasse - Josefsplatz - Stallburg - Michaelerplatz, Michaelertor – Hofburg - Heldenplatz - zurück zum Inneren Burghof. Schweizertor, Schweizerhof - Josefsplatz - Augustinerkirche - Lobkowitzplatz - Neuer Markt - Kapuzinergruft.

 

Around Vienna:

 

Not only Vienna also the surrounding areas are worth a visit. The Wachau, Marchfeld, Tulln and the Vienna Woods are interesting places to explore. The Marchfeldschlösser, the garden exhibition in Tulln or a full day excursion to Bratislava by boat are some suggestions for your holiday shedule.