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Naschmarkt in Vienna - 3 hours Private City tour and Food market

3 out of 5 stars (1 review)


2 hours City Tour and 1 hour Naschmarkt (3 hours in total)
This tour will give you an overall impression of the most significant historical sights of Vienna.
At the end we take you on a walking tour through Vienna's largest food market.

EUR 89,00 per person
EUR 114,00 per person with food and beverage samples


Duration: 3 hours

Please note: Maximum: 6 person, Minimum: 2 person

Full Tour in our comfortable Minivan



Pick up from the hotel with a modern minivan


Drop off at the hotel with a modern minivan

Things to bring

Printed voucher

Photo / video camera


Pick up at the hotel with modern Minivan
Drop off at the hotel with modern Minivan


Cancellations more then a week in advance only administration costs of 15%
Cancellation between a week and 48 hours prior to departure date: 50% of the total amount
Cancellation less than 48 hours prior to departure date : 100% of the total amount
No show: no restitution

Additional Info

Departure point:

Your hotel or any other location in Vienna of your choice.

Maximum: 6 person

Minimum: 2 person 


Airport pick-up and / or drop off (extra fee)

Please note:

If you wish to book this tour for the same day or the next day, please call us in advance to request the availability.

Reservations made without contacting us in advance are not guaranteed. 

To book this tour please click on the calendar on the right




" Single Girl Winter Day Tour "
3 out of 5 stars
Everyone who plans a visit to Vienna in mid-January should know Austria experiences fairly cold winters. Dress warm as this does not prevent Austrians from walking and it won't effect you either. The being said, majority of my tour was done from a car. Some may say, "that's great, you were warm and dry." Well it was not so great. You pass so many historical sites and only see them the few seconds it takes to drive by. When walking you can stand and pause and take in the importance of this square, statue, palace or birthplace. I had 2 opportunities to walk around, only 2, in what should have been a 3 hour tour! Around the Hofburg Imperial Palace and Naschmarkt. I was very much looking forward to walking around, taking the train to different locations and experiencing Vienna from the streets. Not quickly passing by in a moving vehicle. Vienna is a beautiful city and I cannot wait to come back and actually walk around in it.