This Big Bus Vienna Hop-On, Hop-Off tour allows you to plan your sightseeing as per your convenience. You may hop on and hop off at any of the designated stops, sightseeing, and shop or eat and then hop back again when the next bus comes along.
With buses plying from two routes and your ticket valid for 48 hours, the hop-on, hop-off tour ensures you don’t miss a thing.
The double decker bus will offer a panoramic view of the city and cover the major historical landmarks and the must-visit sites.
There are 9 locations where you can get off the bus. Each location has been carefully selected so that you are within easy reach of one of Vienna's key attractions.
Red route: The stops along this route include:
Kärntner Straße: Running from the iconic State Opera House on the Ringstrasse to the splendid St. Stephen's Cathedral, Kärntner Straße is a shopper’s paradise located in Central Vienna.
Haus der Musik: The first museum of sound and music in Austria is the best way to appreciate Vienna’s rich musical tradition, which houses the first musical instruments to the present ones.
Hofburg Palace: Visit some of the finest medieval and baroque architecture in this pristine palace which consists of Vienna’s most magnificent structures and artworks.
Karmelitermarkt: Experience an ethnic market selling kosher goods situated amidst picturesque surroundings. The market also had good places to eat.
Donaukanal: Take a quiet stroll at the paved street along the Danube Canal or a boat trip on the Danube River.
Blue Route: The stops along this route include:
Apart from Hofburg, Kärntner Straße and Haus der Musik, the stops along this route are:
Schloß Schönbrunn: The Maria Theresa Schönbrunn Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage site and was the residence of Habsburg emperors from 18th century to 1918. The beautiful gardens with flowers in full bloom and the distinct baroque architecture is a sight for sore eyes and makes it a must visit attraction of the city.
Arsenal: Visit the oldest and largest military history museum in the world in the Landstraße district. Built in the 1880s, it is designed to portray the history and the triumphs of the Imperial Army and has one of the world's largest collections of bronze cannons.
Belvedere: It is one of Vienna’s finest palace complexes with two stunning mansions of Baroque architecture facing each other. Belvedere has the best collection of artworks by artist Gustav Klimt, including the famous The Kiss.
While on the bus, you will discover Vienna’s rich history through our informative personal commentary available in 12 languages - English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, Polish, Hungarian, Japanese, Hindi and Russian.