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Prater Park, Vienna

An excellent location to spend the evening with your students. The Prater Park is free to enter and the rides and attractions have their own individual fee.   The most famous attraction is the Reisenrad, built in 1897 and once the largest Ferris wheel in the world and is considered a must do attraction in Vienna.

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Vienna Zoo

Why not spend a day at the popular Vienna Zoo where there are a number of behind the scenes talks and tours that will act as a great foil to the other visits during your stay in Vienna? Contact the team at FHT for furtehr details and we can book this as part of your itinerary to this beautiful city

Sigmund Freud Museum & Tour

Vienna's most famous address where Sigmund Freud lived for 47 years before fleeing the Nazi invasion to London in 1938.  The former apartment and practice of Sigmund Freud are now furnished as an excellent museum showing original furniture, including the waiting room and a selection from Freud's private collection of antiques, autographs and first editions of his works. It provides an insight into Freud's biograp read more ...

WALKING TOURS

Jewish Vienna: Throughout the centuries, the Jewish population of Vienna has been subject to an ever-changing history. Often granted privileges and protection by the ruling family; or they were made to take the blame for deplorable conditions in the city and were driven out or murdered. And so Jewish settlements were continually established and destroyed.  Students can trace the history of the Jews in Vienna through its buildings, st read more ...

Full Day Coach Excursion: Mauthausen and Linz

Mauthausen Concentration Camp (age 14+) We will provide you with a coach to take you to this fascinating camp where 100,000 prisoners lost their lives. A 2 hour guided tour will bring to light the harrowing tale of this Category III camp meaning it had the most brutal conditions.  On 8 August 1938, prisoners from Dachau concentration camp were sent to the town of Mauthausen near Linz, Austria, to begin the cons read more ...

Jewish Museums and Synagogue Tours

The three sites below can be combined into a half day tour with an official site guide.  1. Jewish Museum, Dorotheergasse: Enjoy an informative guided tour of the permanent exhibition "Unsere Stadt!" (Our City!) which gives a comprehensive insight into Jewish life, and  the history of Jewish Vienna. The journey begins on the ground floor with the years spanning 1945 to today. On the second floor of Palais Eske read more ...

Museum Quarter - Natural History Museum

An ideal place to spend your last morning. This oasis of culture and recreation includes the highly recommended Natural History Museum however several art galleries are also available.

Prater Park

An excellent location to spend the evening with your students. The Prater Park is free to enter and the rides and attractions have their own individual fee.   The most famous attraction is the Reisenrad, built in 1897 and once the largest Ferris wheel in the world and is considered a must do attraction in Vienna.

Bowling

There are several bowling alleys across the city depending on your location.  A good way to spend and enjoyable evening with your group.

Hofburg Imperial Palace

Take a tour of the  Imperial Palace, which until 1918 was inhabited by the imperial family. Originally a castle built in the thirteenth century; it was extended to a splendid residence. Today, the Imperial Palace houses the office of the President of Austria as well as an important congress centre and numerous art collections.  The Spanish Rising School is also part of this complex.

Mozart’s House: Exploring the Mind of a Genius

Mozarthaus Vienna presents the life and work of the musical genius Wolfgang Amadé Mozart, in a unique setting in the heart of Vienna close to St Stephan’s Cathedral. Domgasse 5 is the only one of Mozart’s apartments in Vienna that still exists today. The composer lived in Mozarthaus Vienna in grand style from 1784 to 1787 and nowhere else did he compose more music.  Groups can take an audio tour or a self-guided tou read more ...

Panoramic City Tour (Coach required)

When visiting Vienna for the first time this is an excellent way to be introduced to the history and the most important buildings of the former Imperial City.   You will drive along the famous Ringstrasse with its splendid palaces, seeing the world-renowned Vienna State Opera, the Imperial Residence Hofburg, the stately Parliament, the City Hall, and the State Theatre. Passing Vienna’s most impressive Baroque church, St. Charle read more ...

Ice Skating at Vienna Ice World

From late January to early March, City Hall Square transforms into a giant ice rink. An area of 7,000 m2 provides a fairy-tale ice landscape daily from 9 am to 10 pm to the hits of the 80s and 90s as well as waltzes. Winding through the romantically illuminated City Hall Park is an idyllic ice path that thrills beginners and professionals alike with its countless routes.

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