There is no city in the whole of Europe where you will find so many cemeteries with such fascinating histories as in Vienna.
Vienna has always had a very special attitude towards death. So it is no coincidence that Vienna boasts the second largest cemetery in Europe, the Vienna Central Cemetery. Its “Graves of Honour” in particular attract a never-ending stream of visitors. Famous names from European cultural history lie peacefully at rest here. Composers such as Ludwig van Beethoven, Johann Strauß and Franz Schubert, actors like Hans Moser, Paul Hörbiger or Curd Jürgens as well as idols like Falco have found their last resting places here.
Other cemeteries that offer a unique experience include the last surviving Biedermeier Cemetery of “St. Marx” where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is laid to rest and the Cemetery of the Nameless where the unidentified victims drowned in the Danube floods are buried.
Vienna – the capital of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation:
such an illustrious title required an appropriate setting.
Vienna took a significant step into modernity with the epoch of the Art Nouveau style.
Discover Vienna’s Ringstraße and visit the historical buildings that characterise it.
We come across the most famous Viennese composers at numerous memorials and, of course, in concert and opera houses as well.
We explore the outskirts of Vienna on a number of different tours, which can be arranged individually to include the things that interest you most.
The historic centre of Vienna is crammed full of small secret gems.
We guide you to these hidden nooks and crannies.
Medical history, art nouveau highlights and the wonders of nature all rub shoulders am Steinhof.
Follow in the footsteps of this great artist between exhibitions and Viennese social housing.
A lot of scary and fascinating items from the history of medicine await you on a visit of discovery through the Old General Hospital.
There are also a lot of interesting and beautiful places to see outside of Vienna. We would be glad to arrange day trips through Austria for you.
Explore the turbulent history of the Viennese Jewish community from its heyday in the middle ages through to the present day.
Vienna’s museums are among the best museums in the world and have a few surprises in store, even for people in the know.
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Modern Vienna can be explored by going on a sightseeing tour or just as easily by taking a walk through the city.
“A home away from home”: in the Viennese coffee house or Heuriger.
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