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Time Travel in Vienna, Vienna

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4/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web
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  • The reviews looked great and so after attending the attraction I have to say I was disappointed. The tour is pretty pricey (around 20 euros per adult ticket), lasts around an hour and is nothing parti...  read more »
  • My colleagues and I visited yesterday together the time travel Vienna, most of us are Wiener, anyway, all for many years in the city work. We have heard about known of them, who found this terrific, and wanted to try it sometime. I don't anticipate, but so much was said: it is really well done, and not only I said then that I would like to again come with my family soon. A pity that the tour was so quickly over, although she ever takes 50 minutes, but it was really entertaining and very informative even for locals!
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  • Can we only recommend! A short trip into the wonderful history of Vienna! For all lovers of history!
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  • time travel? More like a wild ride through the history of vienna. I spent an exciting hour witnessing the past 2000 years of this wonderful city! 5dinmensional cinema, beloved Sissi and flying horses, what more can you wish for? When the carriage became airborne and snow was falling from the ceiling, I was close tears. 5/5
  • Well ,the tour was quite interesting . Good idea in general. Just 3 min walking from Spanish riding School . perfect English translation to people who dont understand German. A bit expensive €19.50 And I had problems with 5D tour , guide already switch on the movie when I still wasn't at my seat. So I missed the beginning, felt upset!
  • For kids, I'd give this a better rating. For adults... Meh. It's not a bad way to kill time, and you do get a small history lesson, but I would only go if you have the Vienna Pass (which you should). You can go between 6-7 pm, when everything else has closed.
  • Excellent guided tour of the history of Vienna through the lens of a time machine basement. Audio guide in English matched near perfectly to the German.
  • Book online to get a discount. Also reserve your time before you go.
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