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Since the Romans built a military camp on the site of today's Vienna, a lot of water has flowed down the Danube: Ruling families came and went. Vienna survived Ottoman sieges, plague epidemics, wars, political and social upheavals and experienced a blossoming of literature flourishing of literature, coffee house culture and Art Nouveau. All this has left marks and new ones are constantly being added. To this day, Vienna is a constantly changing melting pot of art and culture.
Our walk takes us right across the city to the Hofburg, the State Opera House, through the former aristocratic quarter, over Roman paths to the medieval squares to Vienna's oldest residential building, Mozart's last preserved flat and finally to the city's landmark, St. Stephen's Cathedral.
Meeting point: Museumplatz 1, 1070 Vienna. In front of the entrance to the MQ (U3 Museumsquartier)
Tour duration: ca. 3 hours
Number of guests: min. 2 - max. 15
The tour is offered in German and English.
Group price: € 225
Price/person on fixed dates: € 30