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Viennese Modernism

Discover one of the most formative art and cultural epochs of Vienna

5 Days / Vienna

Vienna 2018 is all about the protagonists of Viennese Modernism - Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Otto Wagner and Koloman Moser.

Discover the magnificent testimonies of the Viennese Modernism - from Otto Wagner's buildings on the Wienzeile or the wonderful Church of St. Leopold to the legendary works of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele.

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Day
1
Arrival in Vienna

Afternoon

Arrival at Vienna Airport.
Meet your licensed English-speaking guide at the airport.

Transfer in private coach to your hotel. After check-in, enjoy some time to relax.

Evening

Meet your licensed English-speaking guide at the lobby of your hotel. Welcome dinner at a traditional restaurant. 
Overnight stay in Vienna.

Day
2
Vienna

Morning

After breakfast, meet your licensed English-speaking guide and enjoy a panoramic city tour during which you already admire some of Art Nouveau buildings. Then visit the Upper Belvedere which houses Gustav Klimt's world famous painting "the Kiss". 
Lunch on your own.

Afternoon

In the afternoon, enjoy a walking tour with emphasis on Art Nouveau Style. You walk past the famous Otto-Wagner buildings on the Wienzeile, the Otto-Wagner Pavillion, the Imperial Royal Post Office Savings Bank and many more.
In the course of your walking tour, you visit the Secession.

Evening

Meet your licensed English-speaking guide for a transfer to your dinner location at a local restaurant.
Overnight stay in Vienna.  

Attractions of this day

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Belvedere Palace

There is no doubt that the UNESCO World Heritage Site Belvedere Palace is amongst Europe's most beautiful Baroque buildings. Belvedere Palace complex consists of two palaces - Upper and Lower Belvedere. While the Upper Belvedere hosts the world's largest Klimt collection and masterpieces of Schiele and Kokoschka, Lower Belvedere impresses with Prince Eugene's grand apartments.

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Secession

With its golden bay leaf cupola, this Art Nouveau masterpiece truly stands out. The Secession's exhibition shows its construction history including design drawings, plans and various pieces of artwork such as Klimt's famous "Beethoven Frieze".

Day
3
Vienna

Morning

After breakfast, meet your licensed English-speaking guide for a transfer to the impressive church "Kirche am Steinhof" with following exclusive visit.
Lunch on your own in one of the various cafes and restaurants in the inner city.

Afternoon

In the afternoon, you visit the imposing Otto Wagner Villa. The remainder of the afternoon is at leisure.

Evening

Meet your licensed English-speaking guide for a transfer to your dinner location at a local restaurant.
Overnight stay in Vienna.

Attractions of this day

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Kirche am Steinhof

The church "Kirche am Steinhof", also known as "Otto Wagner’s Church" or "Church of the Holy Leopold", was built between 1904-1907 upon request of Emperor Franz Joseph and according to the plans of Otto Wagner. It's golden dome is seen from afar. For no other reason, the Kirche am Steinhof is said to be Otto Wagner's Art Nouveau-jewel.

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Ernst Fuchs Museum / Otto Wagner Villa

The Otto Wagner Villa, which is now known as Ernst Fuchs Museum, is a valuable, grandiose architectural monument, which has long been threatened by decay and finally remained preserved thanks to Ernst Fuchs, a draftsman, painter, sculptor and architect. The Otto Wagner Villa is an unique work of Art Nouveau, both from the inside as well as from the outside.

Day
4
Vienna

Morning

After breakfast, meet your licensed English-speaking guide for a transfer to the Vienna Central Cemetery where you visit the Art Nouveau cemetery church of St. Borromäus. Then walk through the Central Cemetery before returning to the city centre.
Lunch on your own.

Afternoon

The afternoon is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

Meet your licensed English-speaking guide for a transfer to your dinner location at a local restaurant.
Overnight stay in Vienna.

Attraction of this day

Central Cemetery

With an area of nearly 2.5 square kilometres and around 330,000 grave sites, the Vienna Central Cemetery is one of the largest Burial grounds in Europe. Many honorary graves and art nouveau buildings transform the Vienna Central Cemetery to a very special place and a unique and unconventional attraction.

Day
5
Departure from Vienna

Morning

After breakfast, check-out and transfer to Vienna airport. 
Have a safe trip!

Belvedere Palace

There is no doubt that the UNESCO World Heritage Site Belvedere Palace is amongst Europe's most beautiful Baroque buildings. Belvedere Palace complex consists of two palaces - Upper and Lower Belvedere. While the Upper Belvedere hosts the world's largest Klimt collection and masterpieces of Schiele and Kokoschka, Lower Belvedere impresses with Prince Eugene's grand apartments.

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Secession

With its golden bay leaf cupola, this Art Nouveau masterpiece truly stands out. The Secession's exhibition shows its construction history including design drawings, plans and various pieces of artwork such as Klimt's famous "Beethoven Frieze".

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Kirche am Steinhof

The church "Kirche am Steinhof", also known as "Otto Wagner’s Church" or "Church of the Holy Leopold", was built between 1904-1907 upon request of Emperor Franz Joseph and according to the plans of Otto Wagner. It's golden dome is seen from afar. For no other reason, the Kirche am Steinhof is said to be Otto Wagner's Art Nouveau-jewel.

Ernst Fuchs Museum / Otto Wagner Villa

The Otto Wagner Villa, which is now known as Ernst Fuchs Museum, is a valuable, grandiose architectural monument, which has long been threatened by decay and finally remained preserved thanks to Ernst Fuchs, a draftsman, painter, sculptor and architect. The Otto Wagner Villa is an unique work of Art Nouveau, both from the inside as well as from the outside.

Central Cemetery

With an area of nearly 2.5 square kilometres and around 330,000 grave sites, the Vienna Central Cemetery is one of the largest Burial grounds in Europe. Many honorary graves and art nouveau buildings transform the Vienna Central Cemetery to a very special place and a unique and unconventional attraction.

Prices

Price per person in twin room:  from EUR 749,00
Single supplement per person: from EUR 129,00

 

All of our tours are customized to our clients' needs:

The prices shown aim to providing you with a broad indication of how much to budget for the trip. 
Rates are based on shoulder season rates with a min. of 20 participants. 
Rates are quoted in EURO and include taxes and VAT. Rates are subject to change, offer is upon request. Please contact us for tailor-made itineraries and definite prices.
The transportation to/from the point of origin of the tour, porterage, meals other than indicated, other tour-elements than indicated as well as tips and personal expenses are not included in the price. 

Included Services

  • 04 x overnight stays in twin room incl. breakfast in 4-star hotel
  • 04 x dinner at local restaurants (3-course, excl. beverages)
  • Arrival/departure transfer in private coach from/to local airport
  • Arrival/departure assistance at the airport
  • Private coach transfers as per itinerary
  • Private local English-speaking guide services as per itinerary
  • 01 x Entrance to the Upper Belvedere Palace
  • 01 x Entrance to the Secession 
  • 01 x Private guided tour through the "Kirche am Steinhof" (Otto-Wagner Church) 
  • 01 x Entrance to the Otto-Wagner Villa/Ernst-Fuchs Museum