Stadtführungen

Sightseeing

Guided City Tours

Guided Tours 2017

Eisenstadt Stroll

Walk with us through the historic old town, full of wonderful and charming bourgeois houses. In Eisenstadt, the glamour and glory of the princely Esterházy aura radiates everywhere, the family which also inspired the famous composer, Joseph Haydn.

Admission to the exhibitions is in the price NOT included. For information on the admission fees, please contact us.

 

Length: appx. 1,5 hours, max. 2 hours (if an exhibition is included, exactly 2 hours)

group sizes: max. 30 persons


Following exhibitions are possible to book:

• one exhibition at Esterházy Palace (either Palace Tour, Haydn-Ticket or Melinda Esterházy)

• Haydn Church with Haydn Mausoleum &/or Mount Calvary

• Haydn House

• Regional Museum of Burgenland

• Jewish Museum

• Diocesan Museum

Please note, that only one exhibtion is possible to book with a guided tour because of the time limit. If more exhibitions are requested please contact us for further information.

Upon request we also offer following guided tours:

Night Guardians City Tour

A torchlit stroll through the historic village of Kleinmartinsdorf (today's Eisenstadt).

Meeting time: after sunset
Torches €2,- each (if requested)

Reservations on prior arrangement.

 

The Princely Court Gardens

Discover the story of how the park was created. Enjoy a promenade through the green jewel of the state capital of Eisenstadt.

Prices & Information

Guided tours through the city per tour guide: € 105,-- up to € 140,00 - depending on the tour!
Payment in cash directly to the guide.

Max. number of persons per guided tour: 30 persons

Groups of 31 to 35 persons: a surcharge of € 15,-- will be charged.
Groups of 36 persons and more are split into two or more groups, depending on the number of persons.

maximum length: 2 hours

 

Reservations on prior arrangement

 

Information & Reservation:

Tourist Office Eisenstadt
Hauptstraße 35
7000 Eisenstadt
T +43(0)2682/673 90
F +43(0)2682/673 91
info(at)eisenstadt-tourismus.at
www.eisenstadt-tourismus.at