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Vienna: Go City Explorer Pass for up to 7 Attractions

1. Vienna: Go City Explorer Pass for up to 7 Attractions

With Go City, you have the freedom to choose up to 7 of Vienna's top attractions in one convenient pass. With over 40 hand-picked activities and tours to choose from, you'll be spoiled for choice. By foot, by scooter, by bus, or by boat, you have so much to see, and plenty of time to see it. Visualize the lavish lives of Austrian royals at Schönbrunn, Esterhazy Palace, or Forchtenstein Castle. Admire the elegant architecture and the enchanting histories of each. Enjoy a day at Schönbrunn Zoo, Wipeout Adventure Park, or Madame Tussauds. There's fun for kids and adults alike with indoor bouldering or trampolining, an escape game, laser tag, or at the world-famous Giant Ferris Wheel. Trace the paths of Freud or Empress Sisi, or explore some ancient, secret passages. Indulge in locally crafted chocolates, wines, or beers, and see the masters at work. Try something new at a waltz lesson, a quiz rally, or a city-wide treasure hunt. Explore the renowned MAK Vienna or Albertina. Compare a tour of modern street art. Experience excitement and relaxation, hotspots and best-kept secrets, and so much more all with one pass.

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Imperial Vienna: Full-Day Tour from Budapest

2. Imperial Vienna: Full-Day Tour from Budapest

Travel to the Austrian capital on a full-day tour from Budapest. Vienna is just a 2 to 2.5-hour drive by motorway. When you arrive in Vienna you’ll drive along the famous Ringstrasse, Vienna's main boulevard, to get an overview of the city and a look at many of its important sights. See the State Opera House, the Museums of Fine Arts and Natural History, the Parliament, the Burgtheater, the City Hall, and the Votive Church. Your guide will take you on a short walk to see the most beautiful parts of the city center. You’ll visit the Museum Quarter and the Hofburg, which was the winter residence of the Habsburgs. Walk along Kärtner Strasse, Vienna’s main shopping street, and see St. Stephen's Cathedral. After the tour you’ll have time for shopping in the elegant pedestrian area. Alternatively, there is the opportunity to visit Schönbrunn Palace or any of the other museums, or to head to the Prater, Vienna’s well-known amusement park. On the way back to Budapest you’ll stop at Hundertwasser House, which is a journey into the world of creative architecture.

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Private Day Tour Transfer from Budapest to Vienna

3. Private Day Tour Transfer from Budapest to Vienna

Enjoy a full-day trip from Budapest to Vienna and get to know the sights in and around the Austrian capital with a private tour. Choose from a transfer tour between the 2 cities or a round-trip sightseeing excursion. The tour begins at Schönbrunn Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Austrian Versailles. See the palace, the zoo, the palm and butterfly houses, the Gloriette, and the labyrinth. Then head into the city, traveling along the Ringstrasse to see numerous magnificent buildings. Admire St. Charles' Church, the Theresianum boarding school, the famous State Opera House, Wiener Konzerthaus, the City Park, and more. Continue past the magnificent Museum of Fine Arts, the Natural History Museum, and the cultural district of the Museums Quartier. Then see the Hofburg (the former Habsburg winter residence), the Parliament, the City Hall, the Burgtheater, and the University. Finally, you will visit the famous St. Stephen's Cathedral and Naschmarkt.  At the end of your tour, you will be dropped off in Vienna, unless you opt to return to Budapest.

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Schönbrunn Palace: Private/Small Group Skip-the-Line Tour

4. Schönbrunn Palace: Private/Small Group Skip-the-Line Tour

Visit the Grand Schönbrunn Palace and gain quick access inside this Viennese gem on a private or small group tour that includes skip-the-line tickets. Meet your guide in front of the palace and receive a quick overview of its history. Enter and the palace and see the impressive entrance hall and the lavish garden from a distance. Go to the staterooms on the first floor and admire the rooms of the second last emperor Franz Josef and his wife Elisabeth (known as Sisi). Follow your guide to the staterooms where Mozart performed for the imperial family when he was six years old. Stand in the heart of the palace with the biggest hall and the grand gallery, used for balls, receptions, and as a banqueting hall. Get a peek at the former private rooms of Maria Theresia and her husband Franz Stephan before concluding the tour in the Hunting Room.

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What people are saying about The Schoenbrunn Palace Orangery

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 478 reviews

Excellent evening with 3 course pre-selected meal at Tafelspitz across the street and then small concert at the Orangerie. Just make sure to leave plenty of time to exchange your vouchers at the Orangerie before heading to the restaurant! Schonbrunn is huge and it took us a while to find the right place. But the food was excellent, music was excellent with orchestra and opera singers. Would highly recommend!

The most friendly, caring staff, make this evening an unforgettable, beautiful memory and Gift for us to cherish, forever! The musicians are also very talented, performing historical pieces with a great sense of humour, in a lovely "spirit!” Thank you! “Merry Christmas,” and “Alles Gute!” “Cheers!”

Whole evening ran like clockwork. Very nice meal with excellent service followed by a lovely concert. Very windy evening & a bit of a walk between the restaurant & concert theatre so we did need proper outerwear, so a word of warning to others - you may need a brolly!

It was a very successful evening, with a wonderful excursion into the world of Viennese melodies!

The concert was great and the atmosphere was truly excellent!