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Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 4,095 reviews

I enjoyed the tour very much. If you want to see a lot of the city in a short period of time, this is definitely for you. You will for sure get the best views from the bus. I felt like they will bring you almost everywhere. Next to the audio guide you will be also listening to The Blue Danube and Radetzky March for at least 15 times, which is a very nice touch and can get a little bit annoying by the end. However don't expect to actually learn a lot about history or architecture, just enjoy the ride and get a proper excursion at places you are interested in.

I’m so glad we joined this tour and get to see the lovely Wachau Valley and other attractions like the picturesque, quiet towns of Krems, Durnstein & Melk. The schedule was on time and just right for us. Thomas, our guide did a wonderful job in explaining Austrian history from tue context of the monarchy to religion and everything else in between. My husband and I had a great time.

Everything was nice, Dürnstein city was beautiful. Our guide Thomas was really knowledgeable. The boat trip was less pleasent than I had in mind. It was so warm and not many seats were available on the deck. The Melk Abbey was really nice and everything was very well explained by outmr local guid. In general I had a nice experience and I am satisfied.

tracking in the BigBus Tour app didn't work for a while some confusion on the start date (due to Covid-19). On Getyourguide it said 9:00, on the service update of BigBus Tour it said 9:30, on the route overview it said 9:30 However, overall good tour, friendly drivers, good info

Great day out in the valley. Excellent guide (Marco) with lots of knowledge. Went to the Melk Abbey, two wineries and explored the town Dürnstein and a lovely meal in a traditional restaurant. Thanks Explore Vienna!