Private Cabriolet City Tour of Vienna

Cruising across Vienna with a private driver-guide in our Volkswagen Beetle convertible from 1970 is hard to top and a ton of fun! Essentials: a camera, a hat and lots of sunscreen!

Your guide picks you up from your hotel and shows you Vienna's most important sights in the course of a comprehensive 4-hour tour. Cruising along the Ring boulevard you will see impressive buildings in the style of Historism such as the Opera House, the Imperial Palace, the Museum of Fine Art, the Parliament and the City Hall.

We also take you to the unique Hundertwasser House and the Prater area with the Giant Ferris Wheel and the River Danube. On our way to Schönbrunn Palace we pass by the City Park with the famous golden statue of Johann StraussSt. Charles’ church, the concert hall of the Musikverein, the Seccesion building and the Naschmarkt market.

The visit of Schönbrunn Palace (Unesco World Heritage) is the highlight of this tour. The former summer residence of the Habsburgs is Austria's number one tourist attraction and a must-see! Take your time to visit the showrooms (with Audio-guide), including the Mirror Hall, the apartments of Franz Josef and Sisi and the Grand Hall. Afterwards you can visit the amazing gardens. The tour ends back at your hotel.

Your knowledgeable guide is ready to respond to (almost) your every request and requirement. Along the way, he shares intriguing stories and anecdotes with you and answers your questions. Lot’s of photo opportunities!

Duration: 4 hours

Private Cabriolet City Tour of Vienna
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible Classic
Tour Price

€ 560.- for 4 hours
€ 100.- per optional extra hour

The Volkswagen Beetle convertible seats a maximum of 4 persons. For larger groups we can provide several cars.

Inclusions

Pick-up from your hotel in Vienna
City tour with Volkswagen Beetle convertible from 1970
Professional driver-guide
Visit of the showrooms of Schonbrunn palace (with Audio-Guide)
Drop-off at your hotel in Vienna

Exclusions

Food and drinks
Optional entrance fees (except Schönbrunn)