Audio tour

Audio tourVienna - from medieval to modern with Tim Richards

Only in English

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  1. Audio tour Summary
  2. Audio tour Summary

    Vienna is one of Europe's most impressive cities. It's monumental architecture was mainly built in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, but there is also an old medieval district around the cathedral - the Stephansdom. We'll explore that area and move on through history with Mozart... to painter Gustav Klimt and on the car in which Archduke Frans Ferdinand was assassinated causing World War I. We'll also hit some shops and find out about Vienna's famous coffee shops...

    Photo Wien - Stephansdom (2) by Bwag is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0

  3. 1 Stephansdom
  4. 2 Stephansdom high altar and windows
  5. 3 The Haas House
  6. 4 Fleurop - arty flowers and other shops
  7. 5 Haas and Haas - teashop
  8. 6 Mozart House
  9. 7 Cafe Frauenhuber
  10. 8 Prince Eugene's winter palace
  11. 9 Adolf Loos' American Bar
  12. 10 Kohlmarkt shops and Demel confectionery
  13. 11 The Loos House
  14. 12 Hohermarkt
  1. Audio tour Summary

    Vienna is one of Europe's most impressive cities. It's monumental architecture was mainly built in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, but there is also an old medieval district around the cathedral - the Stephansdom. We'll explore that area and move on through history with Mozart... to painter Gustav Klimt and on the car in which Archduke Frans Ferdinand was assassinated causing World War I. We'll also hit some shops and find out about Vienna's famous coffee shops...

    Photo Wien - Stephansdom (2) by Bwag is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0

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  • Claudio

    1 out of 5 rating 11-01-2018

    There are many useless stops

  • Valentin

    2 out of 5 rating 02-03-2018

    I was not a big fan of this one. The tour essentially describes what we see without providing much explanations... It must be interesting if you are not in Vienna, but as someone that is in front of the an historical building I would like context.