Historic Cellars and Baroque Frescos in Vienna's Oldest Quarter Deutsche Version dieser Tour
Vienna's Old Town between the Danube Canal to the north and St. Stephen's Cathedral to the south is commonly referred to as "Greek Quarter", "Jesuit Quarter" or "Old University Quarter". It offers a myriad of hidden treasures. Many of its narrow cobbled lanes have not changed their course since medieval times, the area�s nooks and crannies still breathe the atmosphere of days long gone by. Several of the buildings including the splendid 17th century Jesuit Church date from a time when this neighbourhood was at the heart of one of the oldest universities of central Europe. Apart from highlighting the historic university buildings, we descend into a historic cellar once used for the storage of wine, tell you the secret of three Greek churches within a stone�s throw from each other, and introduce you to what was once the first suburb of the city.
Meeting Point 1., Rotenturmstrasse 29, in front of McDonald's
Dates There are no Dates for this tour but it can be booked individually for a group
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  • Additional entrance fees 
  • Interior visits may be subject to opening times
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