Tours of Special Interest

Following the Traces of the Habsburgs

Walking tour through the many inner courtyards of the former imperial winter residence Hofburg. Visit of the Imperial Apartments where Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Elisabeth resided. Tour of the Treasury where the crowns, insignias and crown jewels of the Habsburg family are exhibited or visit of the Imperial Crypt, the main burrial place of the Habsburgs.


Vienna, City of Music

Many well known musicians lived and worked in Vienna. Today, Vienna still has excellent orchestras and outstanding musical performances. Walking tour to various places commemorating some of the world’s most famous musicians: Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and Strauss. Visit the Vienna State Opera House or the Museum of Ancient Musical Instruments.


Art Tour

Visit the Painting Gallery at the Museum of Fine Arts (Kunsthistorisches Museum) with masterpieces by Bruegel, Rubens, Tizian, etc. or visit the Austrian Gallery at Belvedere Palace, where Austrian painters like Klimt, Schiele and Kokoschka are represented. Certainly, any other museum or special exhibition can be visited upon your request.


Jewish Vienna

Comparison between the Jewish lifestyle of the past and that of today. Around 1900, ten percent of the Viennese population was Jewish. Visit Vienna’s main synagogue, walking tour to Jewish Square with its memorial of Rachel Whiteread, tour of the Jewish Museum where excavations of a medieval synagogue are to be seen.


Vienna and Death

Walking tour at the Central Cemetery, where many local and international celebrities have been buried. Visit the Biedermeier cemetery of St. Marx, where Mozart’s remains rest in an unknown place. Tour the cemetery of the nameless, the final resting place of unknown people who have drowned in the Danube.