I’m pleased you’ve dropped by. My name is Barbara Wehr and since 2012 I’m a state certified tourist guide for Austria – also called »austria guide«.
Would you like to become acquainted with Vienna? Its most important buildings and famous sights? Or get some fascinating and unusual insights into its history and find out more about life here, art world, culture and famous Viennese celebrities?
Then I am exactly the right person for you.
I guide you in English or German through museums, exhibitions and art collections, but also to the »Heurigen« wine taverns, to Viennese coffee houses as well as to the major sites and all the hidden nooks and crannies.
I offer a multitude of guided tours on many different topics and would be glad to arrange individual tours tailored to meet what interests you most.
I look forward to receiving your request!
Quirky, strange, scandalous, instructive, amusing, exciting, incredible.
Medici, Physici, book doctors, bathers, barber surgeons, field clippers and healing artists
It is undoubtedly one of the world’s preeminent opera houses.
was the cultural center of Europe until the decline began due to WW1.
The art and curiosities chamber in Vienna is the greatest collection of its kind in the world.
Musician, composer, eccentric, romantic, genius, accomplisher, pioneer, critic.
The most important roman catholic church in Austria and major landmark of Vienna
The Ecclesiastical & Secular Treasury in the old Swiss wing of the Vienna Hofburg
From hunting lodge to Habsburg’s summer residence with its unique baroque gardens
The imposing baroque church was built in 1716–1739 due to a vow made by Emperor Charles VI.
The former cemetery was turned into a park, which is now the most morbid one in Vienna.
This collection dates back to a 16th century institution.
The best-preserved princely vehicle fleet in Europe, located in the palace gardens.
On the traces of Franz Joseph and Sisi in the Imperial Chancellery wing of the Hofburg.
There are a total of twelve churches to choose from in the historic old town.
It is famous for its Empire and Biedermeier styled tombs and the magnificent mausoleums.
The all-rounder: possible as a walk, an inside tour or a round trip – or as a combination
Extended living room of the Viennese, meeting point of the intellectual elite and globetrotters
Learn more about the history and the honorary graves of the second biggest cemetery in Europe.
The Hofburg is the former imperial palace of the Habsburg dynasty.
The southern Wienerwald as a popular destination for emperors and their entourage.