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Vienna Sightseeing

At Vienna Sightseeing you can book both the Vienna Pass and the popular Hop-on Hop-off buses! The Vienna Pass is a sightseeing package that gives you free access to over 60 TOP sights, museums and monuments. With the popular Hop-on Hop-off Bus, you can choose from 3 routes and over 50 stops to create your own sightseeing program. As a special service, they provide free wifi on board!

Schönbrunn Zoo

The first address for an excursion into the fascinating world of animals is the Schönbrunn Zoo in Vienna, which offers a unique combination of culture and nature all year round. As part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the imperial summer residence Schönbrunn, the oldest zoo in the world is home to over 700 animal species, some of which are endangered. The varied guided tours and the ride on the panorama train make a visit to Schönbrunn Zoo a special experience.

Schönbrunn Palace

Schönbrunn Palace is one of Austria's most important cultural assets and has been the most visited sight in Vienna since the 1960s. The former summer residence of the Habsburg imperial family is one of the most beautiful baroque palaces in Europe. Together with the entire garden complex, Schönbrunn Palace is part of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage as a baroque synthesis of the arts.

St. Stephen's Cathedral

There is no way around it in Vienna: St. Stephen's Cathedral in the heart of downtown Vienna. The Romanesque church of St. Stephen in the heart of Vienna was consecrated in 1147. St. Stephen's Cathedral is definitely worth a visit. Admission is free, but only some areas can be visited for free. Guided tours are offered for the countless (art) historical and architectural highlights such as the paintings, altars and countless sculptures in the cathedral.


The Royal Carriages in Schönbrunn Park present carriages and fine Habsburg costumes. A "Sissi Trail" is dedicated to Queen Elisabeth. One can admire many small and simple festive carriages, children's carriages, sports, leisure and tourist vehicles, as well as elaborate court costumes. Also have a look at the only preserved court carriage from 1914!


There are many reasons to visit the Belvedere! Discover the permanent exhibition in the Upper Belvedere with highlights of Viennese Modernism and the world-famous Gustav Klimt's "The Kiss", temporary exhibitions in the Lower Belvedere or contemporary art in Belvedere 21.

Danube Tower

Top of Vienna - The Danube Tower, a landmark of Vienna, is a technical masterpiece that stylishly and brilliantly reinterprets the 1960s. An express elevator takes you up to the viewing platform at a height of 150 meters and offers you an unforgettable 360° panorama. This makes the Danube Tower a popular destination and the perfect starting point for anyone who wants to explore the city.

Mythos Mozart

Mozart spent the last year of his life in the "Kleines Kayserhaus" at Rauhensteinasse 8 until his death on December 5, 1791, in a prestigious apartment on the first floor. Here he created masterpieces such as the clarinet concerto "The Magic Flute" and Requiem. Mythos Mozart promises multimedia experiences for all the senses at this unique location. Everything about it is full of high-tech, creativity and scientific background. A 60-minute tour through five rooms will delight not only Mozart and music fans.

Mozart House

Mozart's apartment at Domgasse No. 5 is one of a dozen apartments in Vienna that have been preserved to this day. The composer stayed in the Mozart House from 1784 to 1787. Most probably Wolfgang Amadeus spent his happiest years here. In any case, he kept this apartment for such a long time. In an area of 1,000 m2, visitors can immerse themselves in Mozart's world, which is shaped by his enormous genius and creativity, his family, friends and adversaries in late Baroque Vienna. Get to know the dazzling personality of Mozart - an unforgettable experience!


Moments of happiness on the ship...under this motto, the red and white DDSG fleet consisting of seven modern ships sets off on countless daytime and evening boat trips. Whether it's a leisurely cruise through the UNESCO World Heritage Site Wachau, a sightseeing cruise along Vienna's Danube Canal or an evening cruise with lots of entertainment and culinary delights.