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Vienna Old Town Walking Tour in German

Product ID: 23392
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Walk through Vienna' old town, stopping at picturesque photo opportunities, romantic corners in dreamy alleys and quiet courtyards.
About this activity
Duration 2 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live guide
German
Wheelchair accessible
Easy cancellation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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Experience

Highlights
  • Bring old Vienna to life by listening to interesting stories about minstrels, students, monks, the Turks and the plague
  • Enjoy a tour popular amongst the Viennese as well as visitors
  • Benefit from cheerful entertainment combined with interesting information
Full description
Walk through the former Jewish and the Greek district, past Vienna's oldest "Beisl" (restaurant) to the wonderful Heiligenkreuzerhof, in which some Roman constructions are still preserved. See narrow streets, old craft workshops, and other historical buildings. 

Listen to fascinating stories about the old university, and tales of those who studied there. Learn about the history of musicians associated with the city such as Schumann, Haydn and Schubert. 

Finally, admire the old university church with its brown-golden marble splendor. This magnificent building - together with the Jesuit theater and the university - was once supposed to impress protestants and make them return to the Catholic Church. The Jesuits, who were called to Vienna by the Hapsburg family, stayed influential until they were banned by Maria Theresia in 1772. Today they are responsible for the church once again.
Includes
  • Guided tour by certified tourist guides with additional qualifications

When you get there

Meeting point

At the Vermählungsbrunnen fountain at Hoher Markt, 1010 Vienna

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