01 Apr'16 - 31 Oct'17: Monday & Friday(German, English)
2½ hoursStart time
The meeting point of the tour is the in front of the underground station “Stadtpark” / exit Johannesgasse, Vienna.
Please report at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start time. This is mandatory to allow time for pre-departure briefing.
Mölkerbastei (First District, near the City Hall)
Even after 50 years after his death in the sewers of Vienna "Orson Welles" Harry Lime still haunts the city. The scars of the WW2 have long disappeared but surprisingly, most of the locations of Caroll Reed´s 1949 film classic have remained unchanged and still attracts visitors to explore them.
Your tour will depart from the front of the underground station “Stadtpark” / exit Johannesgasse in the afternoon at 4:00pm. You will need to be at the meeting point at least 10 minutes prior to the departure. Accompanied by a multi-lingual guide, you will be taken on a walking tour of Vienna tracing back the locations of the film, The Third Man.
Walk through the cobbled lanes and hidden courtyards of Old Vienna that inspired the author Graham Greene to write the screen play for The Third Man (1949), a British film directed by Carol Reed. See the places where Harry Lime lived, appeared, disappeared and eventually died.
Learn about the fascinating story of how one of the all-time greatest films was made and what Vienna was like in the days of Allied occupation, Cold War espionage and the black market (route change is possible).
Your tour will finish at Mölkerbastei (First District, near the City Hall).
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to the start of the tour to reconfirm departure details
our guide Christopher was beyon words excellent in English and in German...ruth wiebe
Despite the fact that it was raining heavily the guide (Kerstin) was enthusiastic and really knew what she was talking about. She managed a good balance between speaking German...William C J Hall
We went on a rainy day in August, but this didn't spoil the walk. The guide Kirsten was great and told us lots of film facts we didn't know. I also enjoyed the history about...Ms Alice Tang