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Vienna Shore Excursion Reviews

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9 Excursions Found

#1 of 9 Vienna Shore Excursions

Walking Tour

183 Reviews
Explore Vienna by foot to experience the ultimate customizable experience. Don't miss the square in front of St. Stephen's church, the shopping street Karntner Strasse, and if the weather is nice, Burggarten Park.
#2 of 9 Vienna Shore Excursions

Schonbrunn Palace

179 Reviews
Historically rich as it is beautiful, you will fall in love exploring a heritage site known for its extravagant architecture and gardens.
#3 of 9 Vienna Shore Excursions

City Tour

169 Reviews
Enjoy a scenic and joyful city tour around Vienna and gaze upon the mesmerizing architecture that is intrinsic to this beautiful city.
#4 of 9 Vienna Shore Excursions

Belvedere Palace & Museum

29 Reviews
Prince Eugene of Savoy, successful general and art connoisseur, had the garden palace built as his summer residence. This baroque architectural jewel consists of two palaces (Upper and Lower Belvedere), which today house Austrian art from the Middle Ages to the present day, including the famed Gustav Klimt's golden paintings "The Kiss" and "Judith".
#5 of 9 Vienna Shore Excursions

Wine Tasting

17 Reviews
A Vienna wine tasting will allow you to learn more about the locally produced wines, taste several varieties and enjoy a nice dinner of local cuisine.
#6 of 9 Vienna Shore Excursions

Bike Tour

12 Reviews
A Vienna bike tour will allow you to quickly and safely get from the Danube River to the city center where you can check out the city's major sights and attractions.
#7 of 9 Vienna Shore Excursions


8 Reviews
Stopping in Budapest? Vienna is just a couple of hours away, making it possible to arrive early in the day, explore the sights for several hours and still make it back to the cruise ship port in Budapest on time, when on a guided excursion.
#8 of 9 Vienna Shore Excursions

Danube Valley

5 Reviews
A visit to the scenic Danube Valley -- where the Danube River meets Vienna -- is also known as the Wachau Valley, and it's wonderful area to tour and learn about local history. You can also sample the region's delicious wines and take beautiful photos to commemorate your cruise.
#9 of 9 Vienna Shore Excursions


5 Reviews
If your cruise stops in Prague, Vienna is several hours away, but the historic city is well worth a visit for cruisers who have a bit of extra time. A half-day walking tour is ideal for seeing the city's major sights.
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