Trip to Vienna, Austria



Vienna has a host of surprises for bon vivants and all those who prefer the more tasteful things in life. And it wouldn’t be Vienna if the extravagance were not accompanied by a hint of the city’s typical charm. There is so much to see: from Gothic St. Stephen’s Cathedral to the Imperial Palace to the Art Nouveau splendor of the Secession, the magnificent baroque palace Schönbrunn, the Museum of Fine Arts and modern architecture at the MuseumsQuartier. Record-breaking: in Vienna, there are over 27 castles and more than 150 palaces.


  • Hotel pick-up and return transfers (4-star, 5-star hotel)
  • A guide for the duration of the trip
  • All taxes
  • Entrance fees


We also provide guided city walks for families.

Leaving the crowds behind, you will enter a labyrinth of narrow passageways, alleys, canals and delicate bridges. Highlights include Campo Santa Maria Formosa, Marco Polo's House, an old merchant's warehouse and the most beautiful well-head in Venice, before finishing the tour near the Rialto Bridge.

Do your little ones love horses? A very special tour through Vienna city center can be made in a fiaker or horse-drawn carriage. Attractions along the route are explained by the driver.

Ship ahoy! On the Danube and the Danube Canal, the DDSG also offers themed boat rides for children during which, for example, a clown provides entertainment while the parents enjoy the view of Vienna.

Bus tours and hop-on-hop-off tours, which let you get on and off the bus as often as you like, also provide a good overview of Vienna's attractions. A one-hour city tour in the red vintage bus with a tour guide can be undertaken from the beginning of May to mid October.


Do not forget to take comfortable shoes with you to be able to walk around for 2 days.


2 days


Price on request.


All year round



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