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Vienna: Go City Explorer Pass for up to 7 Attractions

1. Vienna: Go City Explorer Pass for up to 7 Attractions

With the Vienna Explorer Pass, you have the freedom to choose between 2 to 7 of Vienna's top attractions, all in one easy to use digital pass. Choose from over 45 hand-picked activities and tours and save up to 50%* compared to buying separate tickets. There's so much to see and you'll have plenty of time to do it with 60 days to use your pass from your first attraction visit. Simply download your pass to your mobile device, browse the digital guide for attractions included and instructions before your visit (some tours or attractions may require advance reservations), and present it at each attraction or tour for entry. Visualize the lavish lives of Austrian royals at Esterhazy Palace, Forchtenstein Castle, or Schönbrunn Palace (don’t forget to leave without exploring Schönbrunn Gardens). Enjoy a day at Schönbrunn Zoo, or Madame Tussauds. Sit back and relax with Big Bus Tours Vienna. Tours and Experiences • Guided Tour of Schönbrunn Palace (R) • Big Bus Tour Vienna 1-Day Classic Tour • Empress Sissi Walking Tour (R) • Time Travel Magic Vienna History Tour (R) • Craft Beer Tasting Tour • Guided Bike Tour of Vienna (R) • Sisi's Amazing Journey (R) • Street Art Tour (R) • Empress Sisi Walking Tour and Hofburg Imperial Apartments • The Future Bus VR Tour (R) Museums and Places of Interest • Schönbrunn Zoo (Vienna Zoo) • Giant Ferris Wheel (Wiener Riesenrad) • Danube Tower • MAK Vienna – Museum of Applied Arts • Vienna Technical Museum • Madame Tussauds Vienna • Sigmund Freud Museum • Imperial Treasury Vienna - Hofburg Palace • Theatre Museum • Imperial Carriage Museum • Weltmuseum Wien • Esterhazy Palace • Forchtenstein Castle (April to October) • Mythos Mozart Leisure • Ohmm! The Future Massage (R) • Relaxation in Salzquelle Salt Cave (50 minutes) (R) • Spanish Riding School (R) Reservations required Attractions and tours are subject to change. Check the included digital guide available with your confirmation voucher for the most up-to-date information including a full list of inclusions, opening times, and advanced reservation instructions. *Savings based on itineraries on Go City website.

Eisenstadt: Esterhazy Palace Admission Ticket

2. Eisenstadt: Esterhazy Palace Admission Ticket

Explore Esterházy Palace, once a residence of great magnates and now a striking landmark at the heart of Burgenland’s capital Eisenstadt. Admire the beautiful Baroque palace and see the Esterházy dynasty’s unique private collection at the museum. Wander through the magnificent rooms on the bel étage at Esterházy Palace. Marvel at art-historical treasures from the collection including the Esterházy family silver, the world’s largest ensemble of Neoclassical silverware to survive as a set. Gain a fascinating glimpse into the history of the palace as a building. Take a tour of the first floor to unravel the tale of a remarkable personality, Melinda Esterházy. Get to know the princess, not only as a ballerina but also as a person whose life was full of highs and lows. Learn about her ambitious career and turbulent personal life. On the ground floor, discover the story of Joseph Haydn as director of music and composer in the service of the Esterházy princes. See multimedia stations, project installations and exhibits that trace this brilliant composer’s work from his beginnings in Eisenstadt and Eszterház through to his late music. Then, encounter the long history of the Esterházy’s “bacchanalian” side in the over 300-year-old palace cellars. Visit the Wine Museum to go through the history of winemaking under the Esterházy princes. See over 700 rare objects relating to wine and viticulture, from historic barrels to Burgenland’s oldest Baumpresse (a type of basket press).

Győr, Lébény and Pannonhalma Day Tour from Budapest

3. Győr, Lébény and Pannonhalma Day Tour from Budapest

Discover the beautiful baroque buildings of Győr on a scenic full-day tour from Budapest, complete with round-trip transfers from the city location of your choice. Apart from a short period of 4 years throughout its history, Győr remained free from Turkish occupation. Liberated in 1598, it was at the forefront of the artistic Baroque movement, which developed in the city earlier than Eastern settlements of Hungary. By the mid 1600s, Győr’s Baroque downtown was established. As you wander the streets, you will see typical bay and bow windows on corner houses, and the Bishop's Cathedral where the reliquary of Saint King Ladislaus I of Hungary is kept. Admire the Franciscan Church, and house that Napoleon stayed in while fighting the Battle of Győr. Esterhazy Palace is another fine example of Győr’s baroque design. Continue to nearby Lébény, which survived Mongol and Turkish invasions and maintains much of its medieval character. Its most famous monument is the Romanesque church of St. James, which you will visit before you drive to Pannonhalma. The 1,000-year-old Pannonhalma Archabbey is one of the most historical monuments of Hungary. Notable sites in the hilltop complex are the 13th-century Basilica, and Arboretum, while views extend across the vineyards of the Pannonhalma-Sokoróalja region.

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Our most recommended things to do in Eisenstadt

Vienna: Go City Explorer Pass for up to 7 Attractions

Vienna: Go City Explorer Pass for up to 7 Attractions

With the Vienna Explorer Pass, you have the freedom to choose between 2 to 7 of Vienna's top attractions, all in one easy to use digital pass. Choose from over 45 hand-picked activities and tours and save up to 50%* compared to buying separate tickets. There's so much to see and you'll have plenty of time to do it with 60 days to use your pass from your first attraction visit. Simply download your pass to your mobile device, browse the digital guide for attractions included and instructions before your visit (some tours or attractions may require advance reservations), and present it at each attraction or tour for entry. Visualize the lavish lives of Austrian royals at Esterhazy Palace, Forchtenstein Castle, or Schönbrunn Palace (don’t forget to leave without exploring Schönbrunn Gardens). Enjoy a day at Schönbrunn Zoo, or Madame Tussauds. Sit back and relax with Big Bus Tours Vienna. Tours and Experiences • Guided Tour of Schönbrunn Palace (R) • Big Bus Tour Vienna 1-Day Classic Tour • Empress Sissi Walking Tour (R) • Time Travel Magic Vienna History Tour (R) • Craft Beer Tasting Tour • Guided Bike Tour of Vienna (R) • Sisi's Amazing Journey (R) • Street Art Tour (R) • Empress Sisi Walking Tour and Hofburg Imperial Apartments • The Future Bus VR Tour (R) Museums and Places of Interest • Schönbrunn Zoo (Vienna Zoo) • Giant Ferris Wheel (Wiener Riesenrad) • Danube Tower • MAK Vienna – Museum of Applied Arts • Vienna Technical Museum • Madame Tussauds Vienna • Sigmund Freud Museum • Imperial Treasury Vienna - Hofburg Palace • Theatre Museum • Imperial Carriage Museum • Weltmuseum Wien • Esterhazy Palace • Forchtenstein Castle (April to October) • Mythos Mozart Leisure • Ohmm! The Future Massage (R) • Relaxation in Salzquelle Salt Cave (50 minutes) (R) • Spanish Riding School (R) Reservations required Attractions and tours are subject to change. Check the included digital guide available with your confirmation voucher for the most up-to-date information including a full list of inclusions, opening times, and advanced reservation instructions. *Savings based on itineraries on Go City website.

Eisenstadt: Esterhazy Palace Admission Ticket

Eisenstadt: Esterhazy Palace Admission Ticket

Explore Esterházy Palace, once a residence of great magnates and now a striking landmark at the heart of Burgenland’s capital Eisenstadt. Admire the beautiful Baroque palace and see the Esterházy dynasty’s unique private collection at the museum. Wander through the magnificent rooms on the bel étage at Esterházy Palace. Marvel at art-historical treasures from the collection including the Esterházy family silver, the world’s largest ensemble of Neoclassical silverware to survive as a set. Gain a fascinating glimpse into the history of the palace as a building. Take a tour of the first floor to unravel the tale of a remarkable personality, Melinda Esterházy. Get to know the princess, not only as a ballerina but also as a person whose life was full of highs and lows. Learn about her ambitious career and turbulent personal life. On the ground floor, discover the story of Joseph Haydn as director of music and composer in the service of the Esterházy princes. See multimedia stations, project installations and exhibits that trace this brilliant composer’s work from his beginnings in Eisenstadt and Eszterház through to his late music. Then, encounter the long history of the Esterházy’s “bacchanalian” side in the over 300-year-old palace cellars. Visit the Wine Museum to go through the history of winemaking under the Esterházy princes. See over 700 rare objects relating to wine and viticulture, from historic barrels to Burgenland’s oldest Baumpresse (a type of basket press).

Győr, Lébény and Pannonhalma Day Tour from Budapest

Győr, Lébény and Pannonhalma Day Tour from Budapest

Discover the beautiful baroque buildings of Győr on a scenic full-day tour from Budapest, complete with round-trip transfers from the city location of your choice. Apart from a short period of 4 years throughout its history, Győr remained free from Turkish occupation. Liberated in 1598, it was at the forefront of the artistic Baroque movement, which developed in the city earlier than Eastern settlements of Hungary. By the mid 1600s, Győr’s Baroque downtown was established. As you wander the streets, you will see typical bay and bow windows on corner houses, and the Bishop's Cathedral where the reliquary of Saint King Ladislaus I of Hungary is kept. Admire the Franciscan Church, and house that Napoleon stayed in while fighting the Battle of Győr. Esterhazy Palace is another fine example of Győr’s baroque design. Continue to nearby Lébény, which survived Mongol and Turkish invasions and maintains much of its medieval character. Its most famous monument is the Romanesque church of St. James, which you will visit before you drive to Pannonhalma. The 1,000-year-old Pannonhalma Archabbey is one of the most historical monuments of Hungary. Notable sites in the hilltop complex are the 13th-century Basilica, and Arboretum, while views extend across the vineyards of the Pannonhalma-Sokoróalja region.

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4.6
(16 reviews)

Our trip to Vienna for a week was well organized and simple just as we hoped. While the Go City Explorer pass made everything easier and cheaper. Our journey for a week it was nice, well organized and simple, Just like we hoped it would be and The Go City Explorer pass made everything easier and chipper.

Starting the first activity was difficult because we did not have confirmation of our registration. The visit to Holfburg was a success as was the bus tour. Just a frustration, we didn't know that the 2 red and blue towers were included in the 4 activities chosen

Wonderful tour in English with excellent guide, who really knew the history. It was very interesting.

I loved the experience. It gives a lot of interesting things to do and explore.

Red and blue route done. Very complete overview of the city.