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Small-Group Food, Coffee, and Market Walking Tour in Vienna

  • Explore Vienna with a local guide to avoid the tourist traps
  • Discover the best places to snack, sip, and savor authentic Viennese food
  • Sample Vienna specialties, such as Sacher torte
Small-Group Food, Coffee, and Market Walking Tour in Vienna
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Small-Group Food, Coffee, and Market Walking Tour in Vienna
Love food and new cities but hate tourist trap eateries? Use your time in Vienna to scout out the coffee shops, chocolatiers, and markets that serve up the city's best bites. This Vienna food tour is packed with tips for places to eat and specialities to try, plus you'll discover trendy neighborhoods with your local guide. Group size is limited to just 12 people for a personalized experience.
What to Expect
Meet your guide at a convenient central Vienna spot, and stroll with your small group of fellow foodies to Neubau, a hip district many visitors miss, despite it being close to the Ringstrasse.

Along the way, you'll stop for a caffeine fix at an historic coffee shop that dates back to the 17th century and then call on at the hotel known for inventing Sacher torte, Vienna's famous cake made with signature chocolate ganache and apricot jam.

Stroll onward through vibrant Mariahilf and visit the outdoor markets of Brunnenmarkt and Naschmarkt; perhaps browse the stalls for organic treats and sweet souvenirs, such as fruity wine (uhudler) to take home. With your tour nearing the end, you'll relax over more samples at a nearby restaurant, savoring fresh vegetables, fish, and cheese.

Finish with a drink at a Neubau coffee shop and learn about Austrian café culture before you bid your guide goodbye.
Reviews (129)
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Reviewed 6 days ago
An extensive tour of many non-tourist parts of Vienna

This tour led us to many parts of the city. Patrik and Anna-Maria did a great job explaining local food and market traditions. We felt like we experienced Vienna in a way that we would never have by doing it on our own, or with...More

Thank lee2992
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
A must for foodie

A well organized tour for the local Vienna foodie feast. William was very knowledgeable regarding the food scene of Vienna and Austria as a whole. A must try when in Vienna. DANKE!

Thank Rodesson Y
Reviewed 1 week ago
I enjoyed it and want to go again and bring friends

I really enjoyed this tour and thought the guides did a great job. I highly recommend it and I hope to bring my wife on it one day. I would be happy to go again.

Thank Excursion821125
Reviewed 1 week ago
Getting Acquainted

This tour is a great way to get acquainted with Vienna in a non-touristy way. Wolfy was a great guide and took our group to places that i would not have found on my own. We went to various neighborhoods and sampled food in all...More

Thank dmk10022
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fun tour

This is a great tour if you wish to explore some of the areas of Vienna that are off the regular tourist path. It is well-organized and interesting. Since there were several of us in the group, we had the luxury of being accompanied by...More

Thank Donald B
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Harjit B
17 October 2018|
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Response from cinike16 | Reviewed this property |
Yes it seemed like they go to the same places each time for their tours. We did have a vegan in our group and they were able to accommodate her. Just let them know while you're on the tour, they're quite nice and will try... More
David C
23 August 2018|
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Response from jexodus5 | Reviewed this property |
I agree with Lady Penelope. About 4 hours. Yet it didn’t seem so long. Was having fun.
Leeza H
15 August 2018|
Response from msobmsob | Reviewed this property |
My wife and I are not coffee drinkers either, but both of us really enjoyed the tour. Our guide was ready with other options for us. We were obviously not the first non-coffee drinkers s on the tour.