In this audio tour through Vienna, hear about cannonballs, still embedded in the Cathedral Spire, that were fired by Turks 500 years ago; listen to a clock designed in the fantastic Viennese Art Nouveau Style; hear why the Waltz was considered naughty in Strauss' time; explore winding streets Mozart knew and find out where he first performed at age six; savor the aromas of Vienna's intellectual coffee houses; examine treasures in the apartments where emperors lived for nearly a thousand years; stand on the Stars of the Musical Mile, dedicated to classical greats; discover cakes being made in one of the city's best cafes; experience the Holocaust memorial; hear about a preening self portrait by a church sculptor; discover a church once painted by Adolf Hitler; visit public toilets designed by an architectural maverick; stop at a street kiosk for a crunchy hot dog with mustard; wander delightful hidden courtyards; and walk through the fanciest shops of Salzburg.
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As a first time visitor to Vienna (and Salzburg), I found these walking tours to be a great way to familiarize your way around the city. They're pretty thorough and easy to use and allow you the flexibility that you don't get if you're stuck in a large tour group. There are a couple of spectacular churches that are only briefly mentioned or not mentioned at all, but they are all along the route that this narrated tour takes. It was well worth the money spent.