Vienna Hop-On, Hop-Off 72-hour ticket offers excursion on three different routes i.e. Red Line, Yellow Line and Blue Line. Discover spectacular buildings lined on Ringstraße boulevard like Hofburg Palace, the State Opera, Parliament, City Hall, the Kunsthistorisches Museum, and Burgtheater on the Red line.
Yellow Line route takes you from the State Opera to Schönbrunn Palace. The important attractions to discover are the Naschmarkt open-air market, the Museum of Military History, Vienna Main Station, and Belvedere Palace.
Vienna Ringstraße is popular across the globe. It is 8.4 miles long and home to several monumental buildings. These renowned buildings were constructed during the 1800s. The ring road is one of the most spectacular boulevards where visitors can stroll around comfortably and witness different architectural marvels.
The boulevard treasures Vienna City hall, the Parliament, the State Opera, and the Kunsthistorisches Museum which attracts visitors from different parts of the world. The ring road in Vienna has a lot to offer and you must visit this vibrant place for a memorable experience. The living ring road is worth exploring.
Schönbrunn Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most beautiful architectural marvels made in Europe. Made in Baroque architectural style this has been in the Habsburg's possession since 1569. Eleonore Von Gonzaga, the wife of Emperor Ferdinand II has a pleasure palace constructed on the site called Schönbrunn. This was made in 1642 and garden complexes were made afterward. This palace has historical significance and its spectacular layout and awe-inspiring furnishings attract millions of tourists every year to witness the charm.
Witness the Naschmarkt that is in between Karlsplatz and Kettenbrückengasse. This is an incredible open-air market and heaven for food lovers. Here you can enjoy varieties of pickles, white wine, exotic fruits, spices, cheese, and a lot more. The place holds a diverse culinary heritage. You can stock the items and take them back home. Traders also offer samples of their products.
Discover the Hundertwasser House and enjoy a ride in the popular amusement Prater in the Blue Line. The Prater is a public park with ample green space. It is among the oldest amusement parks across the globe. The 200 feet tall Ferris wheel is a symbol of Vienna. In 1766, it was opened to the public. Many original attractions are well-preserved that contribute to the glory of the historic feel. The Giant wheel was opened in 1897 and it is the iconic symbol of Vienna. This Ferris wheel has survived many disasters and wars throughout history. During World War I it remained unused for two years but during World War II, it cannot survive.
The reconstruction was done but only 15 gondolas were restored out of 30 gondolas. Those damaged gondolas now form an exhibition area where visitors can discover Vienna’s history. The Prater is must visit and good weather adds to the charm. Entry is free and you can stroll around to see the vintage attractions and enjoy fast-food items. Enjoy incredible city views with the Ferris wheel and you can also relish dinner in one of the gondolas.
This 72 hours hop-on hop-off bus tour offers a lot so book this tour now and enjoy Vienna sightseeing at an affordable cost.