Vienna Free Walking Tour

Live the history of Vienna; the most imposing royal family in Europe and its castle, the musical streets and the devastating war that caught the city.

What is a Free Tour?

It is about a walking visit with a qualified guides for free. Once the tour is finished, you can put a price according to your level of satisfaction.

Things to do Vienna Free Walking Tour

Our Vienna Free Walking Tour allows you to experience the days of royalty as we visit its palaces and discover the history of the most famous musician of all times. The life of Amadeus Mozart awaits us beside the city´s squares as we prepare to delve into the legends and culture of our destiny. 

In the company of an English speaking guide, we will allow ourselves to be seduced by this Austrian capital, one of the most extraordinary in Europe. Here, we will find out all about the fatal bombings during the war. We will wander through Heroes Square or Emperor Joseph´s Square, next to St. Michael´s Square from where we will be able to marvel at St. Stephen´s Cathedral. Admire the enormous Gothic towers of this temple that protects Vienna. 

On our guided visit we will explore well-known places like the city´s Imperial Crypt (for decades a final resting place for the remains of Austrian royalty); you will also find here the Capuchin Church, where since 1633 the mortal remains of 18 empresses and 12 emperors rest. 

Travel back through history and learn about the best-known musician of all times as we delve deep into the tragic life of the composer. A city that forever will pay tribute to him and in fact on our adventure we will indeed come across many monuments that do so: Mozart´s house, St. Stephen´s Cathedral where the remains of Amadeus lie, the Music House or the Mozart Monument

Lastly, we will take a walk through the city´s Jewish quarter, the so-called Bermuda Triangle that has ended up being one of the liveliest areas in Vienna

Don´t miss a single thing on this trip to the Austrian capital, enjoy the music, the palaces and the royalty that bathes the city, the spine-chilling stories of war and colourful squares present all over this city on our Vienna Free Walking Tour

Highlights to see in Vienna Free Walking Tour

  • The Albertina
  • Emperor Joseph´s Square
  • St. Michael´s Square
  • Imperial Crypt
  • Mozart
  • St. Stephen´s Cathedral
  • Jewish Quarter
  • Bermuda Triangle
  • And much more!



2 hours 30 minutes


English Speaking Guide


Free Tour


You can check it on the calendar (on the right side) or on the Book button!

Outside guided visit

We will visit from outside all monuments and places of our tour description


The route is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Anyway, you can enjoy the extensive array of activities that we offer!


The best English speaking Guides of Vienna
Covid-19 safety and protection regulations


Transportation (walking tour)
Food and drinks

Meeting point

In front of Albertina, Albertina platz 1.


How to book?

Limited tickets. Do not miss it! Choose the date on the calendar and fill in with your details to complete the booking. Immediate confirmation.

When to book?

We accept reservations up to 24 hours prior to the beginning of the activity.

Planning an activity for more than 5 people?

You may also consider booking a private tour to get your own private guide. For further information here.

Do the tours run despite bad weather conditions and public holidays?

Affirmative! Otherwise we will contact you in advance to inform you about it

Can I modify or cancel my booking?

Are you unable to attend our tour? Let us know to reschedule your booking.

Super safe route! COVID-19 efforts

Our route takes the recommendations and key considerations of security and protection against Coronavirus.

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Vienna Free Walking Tour

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