Don´t miss this special opportunity to visit Vienna, a city that was once the imperial and cultural centre of Europe as well as the seat of the Habsburg Empire during the 18th century.
Travelling toward the southern border of the Czech Republic, you will arrive at the edge of Vienna after approximately 3 to 4 hours of travel through the picturesque landscape of Bohemia and Moravia. Passing through the city is Europe´s largest river, the Danube.
The bus will travel around the famous Ringstrasse, a magnificent boulevard which Franz Joseph I built in the 1880´s on the site of demolished city walls. On the way, you will see splendid, majestic buildings including palaces, museums, hotels and parks with statues of important people.
Next you travel to Vienna´s southern edge where you can view Schönbrunn (the former summer residence of the imperial family) and its beautiful reservoir. After the tour of the gardens and the Schönbrunn Chateau (own expense) you will return by bus to the centre of the city for a walking tour through Hofburg (own expense), the Habsburg´s winter residence. Then you will travel to Saint Stephen´s Cathedral.
After your guided tour, enjoy free time for lunch or shopping. At the end of this free time, you will meet in front of Saint Stephens´s Cathedral to board the bus for your return trip to Prague.
Staying in Prague‘s Pedestrian Zone?
Some hotels cannot be accessed by car due to the pedestrianised zone in Prague’s historical city centre. If you are staying in the following hotels, you will need to meet your guide at the meeting point Narodni 38, Prague 1, 110 00 Czech Republic. This should be no more than 10 minutes‘ walk from your hotel.
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