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Welcome to Vienna
My name is
Barbara Wehr and since 2012 I’m a state certified tourist guide for Austria – also called »austria guide«.
Vienna is my hometown. Therefore, as a true Viennese, I can not only show you the most important buildings and most famous sights of this city, but also offer fascinating and unusual insights into its history:
Quirky, strange, scandalous, instructive, amusing, exciting, incredible.
It is undoubtedly one of the world’s preeminent opera houses.
Medici, Physici, book doctors, bathers, barber surgeons, field clippers and healing artists
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
Take a ride with a vintage tram from the Vienna Tram Museum through the city.
The only preserved apartment of Mozart in Vienna is also called the »Figaro House«
The former cemetery was turned into a park, which is now the most morbid one in Vienna.
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.
The imposing baroque church was built in 1716–1739 due to a vow made by Emperor Charles VI.
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
The Hofburg is the former imperial palace of the Habsburg dynasty.
3-hours tour incl. a stop at the Hundertwasser House and Belvedere Palace.
The southern Wienerwald as a popular destination for emperors and their entourage.
including a guided palace tour and a visit to the gardens.
Classic tour to the highlights of downtown Vienna – Vienna at first glance.
There are a total of twelve churches to choose from in the historic old town.