Then to the Imperial Palace of Vienna with its mix of various architectural styles and vast building complex - the Museum of Ethnography, the Imperial Treasury, the National Library, the Butterfly house and big collection of musical instruments and weapons and also the famous Spanish Riding School.
Along the way you'll have an opportunity to photograph the Gothic style City Hall, the Parliament Building, Natural History Museum and Museum of Fine Arts, Naschmarkt one of the oldest and most famous market in Vienna its unique mixture of Austrian traditions and oriental influences. The shops display colorful and neatly arranged fresh vegetables, fruits and spice packages making it a perfect place for some colorful snapshots. Finally the Baroque styled Karlsplatz church and ending at the Belvedere Palace and Botanical gardens.
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Vienna Photography Walking Tour: Music and Grandeur
- Walking tour
- Professional photographer guide
- Camera and film
- Entrance fees
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- Not recommended for child aged 12 and under
- Participants must have a basic knowledge of their camera
- Tours operate all weather conditions and the route may be changed based on local conditions
- Adult pricing applies to all travelers
If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.
If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
Reviewed by: Elizabeth B, September 2015
This tour help me become a better photographer. My guide had studied photography up to the Masters level and is working as a photojournalist for a major European newspaper. This tour is NOT about walking around Vienna and taking good pictures about all the typical tourist sites. Rather, after looking at the photographs I had already taken during my trip, my guide took me to different places in Vienna and challenge me to take different pictures in different ways from what I would normally do. This resulted in me beginning to think differently about photography and by the end of the tour my guide had given me five or six issues to think about when I'm taking photographs. I was able to begin using what I learned during the tour right away and as a result I took different and better photographs that I would've taken if I had not going on the tour. This tour is one of the best I've ever gone on and I plan to look for more tours like this when I go to other places.
Reviewed by: MIKE ROYCROFT, Australia, April 2011
The tour was fantastic, the young guide was extremely friendly.
The tour opened our eyes to the beauty of Vienna that we otherwise could have missed.