The Hundertwasser House

Designed by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser and located in the 3rd Viennese district, this house will draw your attention with its colorfully decorated exterior façade.

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A group of houses designed by Hundertwasser; with his typical vividly colourful, winding style.
Greek Quarter
Greek merchants began taking residence here in the 18th century, it contains striking art nouveau buildings.
This museum and concert venue is the last remaining of the apartments in which Mozart lived.
Johann Strausse II
Famed for his composition of over 500 pieces - notably waltzes, the Viennese composer is commemorated in the city's Wiener Park.
Franciscan Church
Is one of the several hidden gems in Vienna which has a renaissance facade but a beautiful baroque interior.
Giant Wheel of Vienna
Vienna's world-famous Wheel, dating from 1897, is visible from afar the city skyline creating a very special point of reference for every visitor with its unmistakable silhouette.

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Vienna’s Catacombs & Central Cemetery Music Memorials Private Tour
Enjoy a guided tour of St Stephen’s Cathedral and its’ catacombs, followed by a driving tour of Vienna, including the Central Cemetery. On your private tour, you will:

  • Enjoy the personalized attention of your private licensed guide
  • Visit St Stephen’s Cathedral, with tickets included, and learn about its’ 370-foot steeple. See the carved wooden wing altar, the carved lace patterned canopies, and the pulpit, and the baroque main altar. 
  • Go under the cathedral to visit the catacombs, with tickets included.
  • Enjoy a private, panoramic drive through Vienna, where you will stop for pictures at several of the city’s most recognizable and famous sites, including the Wiener Musikverein concert hall, State OperaMuseum of Fine ArtsMuseum of Natural History, and the City Hall.
  • Visit the Central Cemetery of Vienna, one of the continent’s largest, and see the final resting places of several notable musicians, including Brahms, Strauss, and Beethoven. 
  • Visit the Mozart Memorial in Burggarten, one of Vienna’s quiet, green spaces in the city center. 
  • Finish your tour in Stephensplatz in Central Vienna, where your guide will happily give you recommendations for how to spend the rest of your time. 

Your tour begins at the seat of Vienna’s Archbishop, and one of Austria’s most important Gothic structures, St. Stephen's colorful roof tiles - laid to create the Royal and Imperial double-headed eagle and Vienna coat of arms - is a much-loved symbol of the city. 

Enjoy a guided tour of the cathedral, and then descend to explore its catacombs and crypts, where over 10,000 are buried, and remains in use today. See the burial place of the Austrian archbishops and bishops, as well as the crypt where the urns containing the internal organs of the former archdukes of the Habsburg Dynasty are kept. 

After, you will be picked up a private vehicle, where your guide will take you on a tour of Central Vienna, through Stephensplatz and along the Danube Canal. Then visit the Central Cemetery, where several of Vienna’s famous composers are buried. Lastly, visit the Memorial of Mozart in the Burggarten, one of the city’s many green spaces. Lastly, be sure to get expert recommendations from your guide before finishing your back in Stephensplatz. 



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