DDSG Blue Danube
DDSG Blue Danube’s boats cover a variety of tour routes; some of the most popular include circumnavigating Leopoldstadt and Brigittenau...
Greek Orthodox Church
Built in 1861 at the behest of the Greek community, the interior of Vienna’s main Greek Orthodox church is a glittering blaze of...
Greek merchants settled around Fleischmarkt from about 1700, which gradually became known as the Griechenviertel (Greek quarter). Today...
Wow, what a view! Take the lift to Le Loft on the 18th floor of the Sofitel to reduce Vienna to toy-town scale in an instant. From this...
Motto am Fluss
Exuding an inviting glow from inside the Wien-City ferry terminal on the Danube Canal, Motto am Fluss (affiliated with Motto in...
Ring Tram information
This ring tram is a continuous hop-on, hop-off guided tour of the Ringstrasse with video screens and commentary on a clockwise route stopping at 13 stations. You can get on and off at any stop on a tour that lasts 25 minutes without stops. The first tour leaves Kärntner Ring-Oper at 10am. The last tram leaves Schwedenplatz at 5.21pm (7pm in July and August).
Tickets can also be combined with others to include 24 hours of public transport and other variations.