City Tours

Here are our personal favorites for a tour in an Austrian city and why.



Peter Rohde

Owner & Tour Operator

This is my tip for a city tour in Austria:

City tour – AUSTRIA


„Salzburg, Austria’s second largest city and the birthplace of Mozart enchants me every time I’m there. The magnificent historic city with concert halls which are built into the rocks, classic cafés and music everywhere. On sunny days I like to take the funicular up to Castle Hohensalzburg for a view over Salzburg or visit the Hellbrunn zoo. My favorite hotel is Hotel Sacher, a branch of the famous parent house in Vienna.“

Désirée Krause

Travel Designer

This is my tip for a city tour in Austria:

City tour – AUSTRIA


Innsbruck was once the capital of Austria and has been twice the scene of the Winter Olympics. It’s attraction to me are surely the surrounding mountains, medieval city center and vicinity to Italy. A really diversified day looks like this to me: take the Hungerberg funicular up to the Alpine Zoo. Check out the local big cats, chamoises, eagles or vultures. Then take the cable car to the summit Hafelekar to get a stunning overview of Innsbruck and the Alps. Have lunch there and take a sunbath. The perfect rounding in this regent is Hotel Interalpen Telfs, only 15 minutes away from Innsbruck. And it’s really worthwhile to come here. Not only for the spa area but also for the gourmet food.

Sandra Walenta

Senior Travel Designer

This is my tip for a city tour in Austria:

City tour – AUSTRIA


„Wien – as the locals call Vienna – , the capital of Austria radiates an imperial charm. Aristocratic palaces, Grand Hotels which could tell endless stories about their illustrious guests, the river Danube, art galleries and museum, elegant cafés… I could go on and on. My best experience in Vienna was a ride with an original horse carriage “Fiaker” through the old city, followed by a traditional coffee and cake at Café Central. In the evening I visited the amusement park Prater and went with the historic observation wheel. One of my favorite hotels in Vienna is the Hotel S/O, which is located in a high-rise building with a sensational roof-top bar which overlooks Vienna.