- Antique Teddy Bears
- Cathedral Tours
- 4 Day - London, Canterbury, St Albans & Cambridge
- 4 Day - Winchester, Salisbury, Lacock, Bath, Glastonbury, Wells, & Coventry
- 4 Day - St. Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury, Battlefield Abbey Ruins & Chichester Cathedral
- 5 Day - Chester, York, Ripon & Durham
- Image Gallery
- Devon & Cornwall
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- Ireland Tours
- Literary Tours
- London and the English Countryside Tours
- Methodist Tours
- Needlework Tours
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- Walking Tours
- Yorkshire Tour
7 Day - Vienna Tour
Day One - Airport Transfer - Vienna
Arrive into Vienna Airport, where you will be met by your driver for a transfer into the centre to check-in at your centrally located hotel for the next 6 nights.
Day Two - Walking Tour of Vienna - Vienna Mozart Concert - Vienna
After breakfast enjoy a walking tour of Vienna to take in the major sights before enjoying the of the day at leisure. In the evening enjoy the Vienna Mozart Concert at the Musikverein. Dressed in historical costumes and wigs, the Vienna Mozart Orchestra re-creates the 18th century in this historic concert hall.
Day Three - Schonbrunn Palace - Vienna
Take public transport to Schonbrunn Palace, the former summer residence of the Imperial family, is considered one of the most beautiful baroque palaces in Europe. The Habsburgs resided here the better part of the year in numerous rooms for the large imperial family in addition to representational rooms. Emperor Franz Joseph, who later married the enchanting Sisi and reigned from 1848 to 1916, was born here in 1830. The monarch spent his last years entirely in the palace, which became the property of the new Republic of Austria only two years after his death. Today, the palace is part of UNESCO's cultural heritage due to its historic importance, its unique grounds and its splendid furnishings. Rest of the day is at leisure in Vienna.
Day Four - Hop on Hop off Bus Tour - Vienna
Depart with your Vienna Card, which includes free use of the transport system. Take the Vienna Hop on Hop off Tour and there are 15 stops and an opportunity to visit the attractions along the way.
Recommended stops include;
Vienna Ring Boulevard - 4 kilometres long and circles the city centre. The construction of the Ring Boulevard was initiated by Emperor Franz Joseph I in December 1857 and is one of the biggest and most beautiful boulevards of its kind. Stroll along Vienna's splendid boulevard and admire it as a window on the former Habsburg monarchy.
- The Imperial Palace - Hofburg (discount with your Vienna Card) for more than seven centuries, the great empire of the Habsburgs was ruled from the Imperial Palace.
- Collection of Ancient Instruments (discount with your Vienna Card) - admire the instruments on which such musicians as Beethoven and Chopin once entertained the imperial family. Here, in the Collection of Ancient Instruments in the Imperial Palace, you will also find the zither on which Anton Karas played his world-renowned melody for the film "The Third Man". The exhibited string, wind and keyboard instruments were not only treasured for their beautiful sound but also for their looks: the highly artistic instruments - especially the collection from the Renaissance era - mirror the splendour of the Habsburg Empire. One acoustic highlight is the only original recording of the Johann Strauss Orchestra in the world.
- Austrian National Library (discount with your Vienna Card) - the former court library is an architectural masterpiece of the Viennese baroque architect Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach and his son Emanuel. This, the largest baroque library in Europe, was erected in the first half of the eighteenth century as an independent wing of the Imperial Palace. The impressive State Hall of the library is almost 80 meters long, 20 meters high and crowned by a cupola decorated with frescoes by Daniel Gran. More than 200,000 volumes are exhibited here, among them the comprehensive library of Prince Eugene of Savoy as well as one of the largest collections of Martin Luther's writings from the Reformation Era.
Day Five - House of Music - St Stephen's Cathedral - Vienna
Another day of sightseeing with your Vienna Card, starting with a morning visit to the House of Music (discount with your Vienna Card), a modern, interactive museum dedicated to sound and music, and located in Vienna's first district. Spread out over several floors, visitors are invited to playfully make new discoveries and music, and to actively participate in the museum's exhibits. The House of Music was awarded the Austrian Museum Prize for its innovative design and is located in the former Palais of Archduke Charles. At one time the Palais was the residence of Otto Nicolai (1810 - 1849), who composed the opera "The Merry Wives of Windsor" and founded the Vienna Philharmonic concerts here. A total of 5000 square meters has been set aside exclusively for areas dedicated to a wide array of approaches to music, and most of all, the experience of music. Take an independent lunch before enjoying the afternoon public guided tour in English at St. Stephen's Cathedral. It was built in 1147 and is the city's most famous landmark. The Cathedral has two very impressive features: the gigantic roof and the tall, lean gothic tower (1367 m high). If your feet still carry you, climb up the 343 steps of the south tower: the panoramic view is certainly worth it!
Day Six - Danube Valley Day Tour
Today enjoy a set departure tour of the romantic Danube Valley Day Tour from Vienna, which reveals the exquisite beauty of the Wachau Valley. As the coach winds through romantic scenery with charming old villages, steep vineyards and mysterious looking castles, the history and legends of the area will come to life. One such castle is the well-known Durnstein, where King Richard Lionheart was imprisoned, while waiting for his ransom to arrive from England, which was finally raised by his true minstrel Blondel. Enjoy a romantic boat ride down the Danube from Splitz to Melk. The heart of the Wachau is the old vine-merchants town Krems. To complete this day of highlights you will visit the "Cradle of Austria", the magnificent Benedictine Abbey, a pearl of the Austrian Baroque and an opportunity for an independent lunch in the Abbey Restaurant at Melk. Return to Vienna for overnight.
Day Seven - Airport
After breakfast take the transfer to Vienna Airport for your return flight home.