With the Vienna Citycard, you’ll be able to explore the whole city with ease, save money on top attractions and score discounts at shops and restaurants too. You can get tickets for 24, 48 or 72 hours and they come with 210 impressive benefits. There are two different options to choose from to travel around the city. You can opt for free access to the Wiener Lienen public transport if you like to take charge and make up your itinerary, heading where the whim takes you! Or for a slightly higher price you get a ticket for the Hop-on Hop-Off Big Bus Tours of Vienna with multilingual commentary, two routes with over 20 stops spread around the city and an included Live Guided Night Tour. With each City Card one child up to age 15 travels free.Get Your Vienna Citycard
Advantages of the Vienna Citycard
Getting the Vienna Citycard is a great choice, talking all the stress out of getting about so that you can really relax and enjoy the beautiful city and its sights all around you. Boasting over 100 museums, imperial palaces, art galleries, designer boutiques and top-quality restaurants, you won’t want to waste a minute. The Citycard will save you time and money, as you’ll be eligible for discounts at the best sightseeing attractions, restaurants and shops dotted all over the city. If you want to leave the decision-making to someone else, opt for the Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour – you’ll never feel lost, you can soak up all the information and take in the sights. If you’re more of a wanderer, make the most of the excellent Vienna pulic transport and head wherever you’d like.
Top Attractions in Vienna
Rediscover Imperial Vienna by exploring the Schönbrunn Palace, the Hapsburgs’ summer residence, and tour its delightful Baroque Garden. If you fancy seeing something more modern, don’t miss the impressive Danube Tower, offering 360° panoramic views 155m over the city and the Danube river that are not to be rivalled anywhere – they’ll take your breath away. Then catch some art at the stunning Belvedere palace, home to one of the largest art collections in Austria, boasting works by Klimt, Schiele and Kokoschkha.