We offer also individual packaged tours to the suburbs and surroundings of Vienna in our minibus.

“Auf Mariandls Spuren” – a journey into the WACHAU

The Wachau Valley: is the utmost of romantic kitsch with its soft rolling hills and legendary vineyards located around small villages like Dürnstein, Melk, Spitz Weissenkirchen etc.
In the 60ies the Wachau was used for its dramatic senery in many movies such as “Mariandl” and “Hofrat Geiger”, most unforgettable was by far “Sissi”. The story of Empress Sissi which was famously played by Romy Schneider, when she returned by boat on the Danube from Passau to Vienna, passing the village Dürnstein where she was welcomed in an enthusiastic and triumphant way.

Small dreamy and blissfull villages, soft vineyards hills, apricot trees, monasteries and convents, ruins and untouched nature are the characteristics of this most beautiful stretch of the Danube Valley which in 2000 was declared World Heritage Site Wachau by UNESCO. A must see for any nature lover in springtime when the apricot trees blossom. Take the opportunity and watch the spectacular view from a boat while meandering slowly down the Danube. Enjoy the end the day in one of the beautiful wine taverns with its world famous Riesling, an unforgettable highlight in your life guaranteed.


  • spring: apricot tree blossom and winery spring
  • summer:           several sport activities (cycling, swimming)
  • autumn:            several events at the period of vintage in the vineyards and hills
  • various events offered by the seasonal and regional event calendar

“The Ocean of the VIENNESE” – a day trip to LAKE NEUSIEDL

With its history of more than 13000 years, Lake Neusiedl is the second largest steppe lake in Central Europe, straddling the Austrian-Hungarian border.
With its unique flora and fauna, the transborder National Park offers rare plant and bird species, also Asinara White donkeys, Grey Hungarian cattle and Mangalitza pigs find the appropriate protection and their natural habitat in the UNESCO World Heritage area of Lake Neusiedl – National Park Neusiedler See-Seewinkel.
Only 30 minutes outside of Vienna Lake Neusiedl is more popular than ever. The range of outdoor activities is limitless: Surfing, kite-surfing, windsailing, swimming, cycling, hiking or golfing. Due to its respectable huge dimensions (the lake covers 315 km², with a length of 26 km, and a wide between 6 km and 12 km) and the proximity to Vienna, Lake Neusiedl offers everything for everybody. This Ocean of the Viennese with its Mediterranean feeling has become the perfect catwalk for the Who is Who.
In small villages like Neusiedl, Rust, Mörbisch or Podersdorf am See you will see the Hungarian cultural and architectural influences. The mild Pannonian climate provides optimal conditions for the wine industry and we know where to find the best wines cellars and local taverns with their distinct culinary specialties.

It’s worthwhile to make a day trip to this unique and romantic area.


  • spring: cherry trees blossom and winery spring, wine tasting opportunities

National Park (bird watching)

  • summer:           various outdoor and freestyle sport activities, boat tours, 
  • autumn:            several events throughout harvest in the vineyards and hills, bicycle and hiking trips
  • various events offered by the seasonal and regional event calendar

“Nesting Place for storks and romanticism” – a half-day journey to the Stork-City Marchegg and the surrounded meads

We highly recommend this half-day discovery trip to the stork colony in Marchegg and the Marchauen Nature Reserve located in Lower Austria.
The WWF (World Wildlife Fund) Nature Reserve is extended about approximately over 1150 hectares over the floodplain of the river March and its meads. Together with our professional guides you get the chance to observe one of natures most fascinating spectacles: the nesting in this unique stork colony on the Stork Way or the Beaver Way, which have a respectful length of appr. 2 to 4 km.
The White Stork Colony in the Marchfeld is the largest one in Central Europe. Storks fly each year a distance of app. 10.000 km (one way!) from South Africa to return to their nests in Marchegg. The storks always inhabit in the same nests, which generally are in old oak trees. From a large wooden observation platform you watch view the birds in different stages of development, depending on the season.
Walking in this jungle like fauna you will – with a bit of luck - catch sight of the rare beavers, spot deers and rare birds. – All this within a 45 minutes drive from Vienna!


  • spring, summer, autumn: observation of the White Colony

(depending on the seasonal visits: buildings/creating nestings, care brood etc.)
            walking and relaxing in the jungle ambience of the Marchauen

  • several regional highlights and events (stork festival, local vinary celebrations, midsummer celebrations etc.)

“A journey to the Austrian Imperial period” – one day to the Marchfelder Castle Street

Marchfelder Schlösserstrasse
Many attractions especially the famous imperial castles are located in the region of Marchfeld, the so-called Austrians granary. The six Marchfeld castles are Schlooshof, Niederweiden, Obersiebenbrunn, Eckartsau, Marchegg and Orth an der Donau. Each one is more stunning than the other, offers its own unique history. Each castle invites you to take an imaginative trip back to its own glorious days.
Empress Maria Theresia and Prince Eugene of Savoy transferred their court life to these castles as a place of leisure and pleasure. Hunting and horse back riding were the preferred imperial activities. In the 17th century the Marchfield emerged as the center of the Austrian Empire due to the close borders to the Hungarian Empire and the Bohemian countries (Czech Republic and Slovakia).
In the 18th century, famous architectures like Lukas von Hildebrandt or Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach were hired to plan, construct and design these baroques castles, parks and lush gardens. We introduce you to imperial life-style and the wide range of historic influences: a bit of the Versaille style here, the bombastic Baroque style there, even influences of Rococo – each period reflects like a mirror perfectly its own era. In Eckartsau the Austrian Empire found its end.
After having spent a day in such an imperial flair, the village Orth an der Donau will be the perfect end of such a journey. In the Danube Waltz atmosphere enjoy a delicious fish dinner accompanied with a great selection of regional wines right at the bank of the Danube River.

seasonal highlights depending on the local events calendar

“Wonderworld of the Magic Mountains”
be the conqueror of the Magic Mountains – Semmering, Rax, Schneeberg

Rax, Semmering, Schneeberg
Breathtaking view, energy docking stations and crisp fresh air – that’s what Semmering, Rax and Schneeberg are best known for. Our hiking tours to wonders of these mountains will be for an everlasting memory. These so called house mountains of Vienna offer you a great variety of sport activities throughout the whole year including biking, climbing, rainbow fishing, paragliding, rafting, skiing and snowboarding.
The region has been the premier summer destinations for the Viennese high society from the mid 19th century onward and is one of the earliest destinations for tourism in Austria. In summer tourists traveled to the region because of its fresh mountain air which artists attested inspirational quality.
Since 1897 a rack rail road carries its guests to the highest peak of lower Austria (2075 m), the Schneeberg. Enjoy on a sunny day the breathtakingly beautiful panorama of Lower Austria.
Not far away, the Rax mountain group can easily be reached with the oldest Austrian ropeway. Legends circle around the mystical and energetic fields in the Rax region.
The Semmering is the third mountain in this group and often referred as the “magic mountain” by the Viennese. The village Semmering is a mundane vacation resort flanked by elegant villas and hotels in which members of the aristrocracy and high society spends their breaks from the city. Semmering also hosts the female skiing world championships.
In the mid-19th century, Karl Ritter von Ghega performed a pioneering feat of engineering with his construction of the world´s first high Alpine railway over the Semmering. This Alpine railway with its viaduct, bows, bridges and tunnels harmonizes the wild and romantic landscape. In 1999 the railroad was officially added to the UNESCO World Heritage list.
After visiting the mountains you’ll be ready for refreshment: we tell you where to get the best regional eggplant-bread and the powerful Jagatee.


As mentioned above, there are many opportunities for leisure activities. We provide you with careful planning for any of your requests and assist you in all your needs when traveling to the region for a day or even longer.
Springtime: hiking tours
Winter: sledge, trekking tours

“Just for a coffee” – one day in Bratislava” 
Blick auf Wien
Bratislava, Slovakia’s charming capital and metropolis, is located on the Danube River, just 64 km (40 miles) northeast of Vienna. Bratislava is much like Vienna and some even refer to it as Vienna’s “little sister”.
The Old Town of Bratislava is rich in culture and art, full of fine small cafés and restaurants.
Our excursion includes the Bratislava Castle (Martinsburg) which the most prominent historic sights outside the Old Town. From the platform of the castle you will be amazed by the splendid and fascinating panorama over the Slovakian capital stretching into the horizon the vast region of Pannonia.
Back in the town there are many charming sights worthy to be visited: St. Martin´s Cathedral, St. Michael´s Gate, the Presidential Palace, the Government Palace, the Opera, the Franzikaner Church, the Academia Istropolitana (old university) etc.
Sipping a freshly brewed coffee in one of the charming cafes is one of the most relaxed ways to enjoy the vivid atmosphere of the city. That is the perfect time for a shopping tour which you can either do in the city or/and in the big shopping malls Aupark and Polus Centre. These malls are actually frequented by very trendy and hip Slovakians. The prices are more than convenient and even on Sunday the malls are frequented as a place for being seen.
This is just a brief inspiration for a journey to Vienna´s little sister.