1, 2 or 3 day trips from Vienna


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If you been to Vienna to many times because of business or travel arrangements and you get to know the city already very well, check out some places not to far away where you can rent a car for one day or just call me and i’m glad to drive you. For sure you can get a Bus or Train to those cities but time is limited and you don’t want to spend all day sitting on a Bus just to enjoy a couple of hours at a beautiful place because you have to catch the last bus or train back to Vienna. Think about that.

1 day trip from Vienna

Danube Valley                                                                                                                                               We leave Vienna in the morning and drive up to the city of Krems – there you may take a boat ride on the Danube and I will pick you up at the town of Dürnstein especially famous, because here King Richard Lionheart was imprisoned, while waiting for his ransom to arrive from England, raised by his faithful Minstrel Blondel, or we drive around this romantic scenery full of history and legends the Danube winds its way past charming old villages and steep vineyards. The old castles tell us about the former importance of this trade- and trafficway. After a walk trough the little town of Dürnstein we will stop at Melk one of Austria´s most famous Baroque buildings, which together with the Wachau area, won the award for “Best Historic Destination of the World” in 2008.

There is a possibility to visit the Melk Abbey and on the way from Krems to Melk there are many little towns with restaurants to make a lunch stop. After Melk we take the freeway back to Vienna.

This tour takes about 8 hours

Valle do Danúbio : Passeio pela região do Danúbio, conhecendo a região dos vinhos da Áustria conhecido como Wachau, visita do vilarejo medieval de Dürnstein onde o rei da Inglaterra, Ricardo coração leão foi preso pelo rei da Áustria, na estação alta (primavera – verão) existe a possibilidade de fazer um curto passeio de barco no Danúbio, a ultima visita vai ser o maior convento barroco da Áustria na cidade de Melk (entradas não incluídas) – este passeio seria do dia inteiro ( 8 horas)

Linz

Mauthausen

Passau

Neusidlersee

Bratislava

Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia and around 1 hour drive from Vienna – a good combination would be if you have a late afternoon flight and have seen all top sightseeing spots in Vienna.

The airport is about 40 min away from Bratislava

We drive into the city of Bratislava and stop at the old town, there you can see the top attraction of that city that would be:

1. BRATISLAVA CASTLE

2. ST MARTIN’S CATHEDRAL

3. PRIMATIAL PALACE IN BRATISLAVA

4. GRASSALKOVICH PALACE – SLOVAKIA’S WHITE HOUSE

5. OLD TOWN HALL IN BRATISLAVA

6. THE SLOVAK NATIONAL THEATRE – OPERA & BALLET HOUSE

7. ST. MICHAEL’S STREET AND ST. MICHAEL’S GATE IN BRATISLAVA

8. NOVY MOST (NEW BRIDGE) AND OBSERVATION DECK

9.CUMIL ONE OF THE MAIN ATTRACTION IN BRATISLAVA SCHONE NACI STATUE

10. SCHONE NACI STATUE

 

Bratislava : A capital da Eslováquia esta 1 hora de Viena, quando chegar a cidade vamos conhecer a cidade caminhando, vamos conhecer o Danúbio em Bratislava, o centro histórico com sua catedral, museus, teatro nacional, varias estatuas curiosas, praça principal, possível curtir um cafe com bolo nas cafeterias locais e voltamos para Viena – passeio demora entre 4-5 horas – preço 350 euro – adicione 50 euro por hora caso queiram apos Bratislava visitar o Outlet de Parndorf. ( marcas como Adidas, Nike, Porsche, Ralf Lauren, Samsonite, Armani, Nike, Desigual, Gucci, Guess, Hugo Boss, L’Oreal, Pandora, Prada é muito mais)

Cesky Krumlov

Brno

Graz

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