Vienna Hop on Hop off Tour with Danube River Cruise - 1 Day

Vienna Hop on Hop off Tour with Danube River Cruise

Vienna Hop on Hop off Tour with Danube River Cruise. See Vienna (Wien) in a completely new and relaxing way with our Hop-On, Hop-Off bus tour. Set your own pace, choose from 5 routes with a total of up to 45 stops, and create your own sightseeing programme. Our state-of-the-art tour buses are comfortable and offer a perfect view of the city. As a special service, we provide free WIFI onboard.

• Panoramic ride to the vineyards
• Boat trip on the Danube and the Danube Canal
• Fantastic views of Vienna

Vienna Hop on Hop off Tour with Danube River Cruise

Free guided walking tour
Additionally, you can join our guided city walk free of charge. Meet our certified tour guides at the State Opera and stroll with them through the inner city of Vienna.

Boat ride on the Danube April 1 – October 31
Your Hop-On, Hop-Off bus tour comes with a boat ride on the Danube, operated by DDSG Blue Danube.

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Explore the magnificent Ringstrasse with our Hop-On, Hop-Off Red Line!

Along the Ringstrasse, you will find the most important sights of Vienna. For example, the impressive State Opera where you can stroll through the pedestrian zone of the Kärntner Strasse to the famous St. Stephan’s Cathedral.

A special highlight is the grand Hofburg Palace, which takes you back to imperial times. Visit the residence of former emperors and see the Sissi museum, too. In the Imperial Treasury, you can admire the crown of the Holy Roman Empire and many other precious items.

Big Bus Vienna Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Also directly located at the Ringstrasse is the beautiful Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna. It is the home of priceless art treasures and is the world’s largest collection of Bruegel paintings. Other highlights on this popular Hop-On, Hop-Off tour are the Austrian Parliament, the City Hall, and the National Theater.

GRAY LINE 24h (only with audioguide in English and German):

Walk in the footsteps of the Romans in the Open-Air Museum Petronell-Carnuntum or in the Museum Carnuntinum of the Archaeological Park Carnuntum and visit the Palace Schloss Hof, Austria’s largest country palace complex.

Join us on our Hop-On, Hop-Off bus and journey through time from the Romans to the Baroque period, up to the present time. Our bus takes you from Vienna to the Open-Air Museum Petronell-Carnuntum. Discover how the Romans lived their daily lives in a reconstructed town quarter.

We continue to the Museum Carnuntinum at Bad Deutsch-Altenburg. It is the biggest, and certainly the finest, Roman museum in Austria. In 1904, it was especially opened for the then rapidly growing collection of treasures of ancient Carnuntum.

Finally, we show you the Palace Schloss Hof, Austria’s largest rural palace complex. Explore the magnificent noble palace, the artistically laid out terraced gardens and the idyllic manor farm. If you take the bus leaving from Vienna at 10am, then you also have the option to visit and take a tour of the Palace Niederweiden at 11am.


Explore Schönbrunn and Belvedere Palace on our Hop-On, Hop-Off Yellow Line!

The YELLOW LINE gets you to Schonbrunn Palace, the most popular tourist attraction in Austria and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take a look at the imperial private apartments, stroll through the Palace Gardensor, or take your kids to the nearby zoo.

How about a stop at the Naschmarkt, the fruit and vegetable market – one of the most sensual attractions in Vienna, with many delicacies, flavors and aromas from all over the world.

Another cultural stop on this Vienna Hop-On, Hop-Off tour is Belvedere Palace, former summer residence of Prince Eugen of Savoy. There you can see the world-famous painting The Kiss by Gustav Klimt.

If you are interested in the eventful history of Austria and the World Wars, consider visiting the Museum of Military History, home to many historic artifacts and interesting exhibitions.

Vienna Hop on Hop off Tour Blue Line features highlights along the Danube

This Hop-On, Hop-Off tour leads you to the Kunst Haus Wien, home of theHundertwasser Museum, among other things. It houses a permanent exhibition of the surrealistic works of the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser.

A visit to the Prater is a must during a stay in Vienna. Stroll through this big leisure park with its 250 attractions. There you will find one of the city’s landmarks, the Giant Ferris Wheel.
Also on the BLUE LINE you will see the 252 metres high Danube Tower. Its observation deck and restaurant slowly rotate 360° to provide you with an unforgettable view of Vienna. At the nearby Old Danube, you can have a picnic or take a romantic boat ride.

Discover the countryside around Vienna. This route takes you to the wine village of Grinzing, a picturesque district full of wine taverns called Heuriger. Go inside and taste a glass of home-grown wine and listen to traditional Viennese music.

Travel with the GREEN LINE to the Kahlenberg hill, where beautiful hiking trails await you. Take a break from the city and enjoy a gorgeous panoramic view of Vienna. This route takes you to the 900-year-old monastery Klosterneuburg. Here you can visit the abbey, boasting one of Europe’s largest 17th-century organs. The monastery offers many different guided tours, including the especially delightful wine cellar tour.

The Essl Museum is also situated in Klosterneuburg, which has one of the largest collections of modern art in Austria, housing paintings by Hermann Nitsch, Maria Lassnig, and Oskar Kokoschka.

Walking Tour to each type of ticket available in English and German.

The starting point is at the magnificent Vienna State Opera, directly at our Hop-On, Hop-Off stop No. 1.

From here we stroll through the city center of Vienna.

On every corner a tourist attraction awaits to be discovered. For example, the Hotel Sacher, whose founder invented the delicious Sacher cake; the Spanish Riding School with its famous white Lipizzaner horses; the Imperial Crypt, the last resting place of the Habsburg dynasty; and the impressive St. Stephan’s Cathedral. Also on our route is the lively Graben with the historic Plague Column.

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