Covid-19 Update

  • Guided tours can take place without restrictions.
  • Masks are only compulsory on public transport in Vienna.

Christmas greetings from Vienna

Festively lit streets, warming punch and mulled wine at the Christmas markets, Christmas tree sellers and Advent concerts, all this makes up the Christmas atmosphere in Vienna. During these days the Jewish festival of lights Hanukkah is also celebrated, as every year a Hanukkah candlestick stands at the beginning of Kärntnerstraße. It even snowed a few times before Christmas.

Vienna is not only a popular destination at this time of the year, but we are especially pleased that we were able to tour with so many guests and Viennese people throughout the year. In addition to the classics such as Schönbrunn and the highlights of the old town, we were able to guide you through the unknown alleys and hidden places, the Central Cemetery including the old Jewish cemetery was also particularly popular in 2022.

We have enjoyed developing app-based themed puzzle rallies tailored for companies and have been out and about with architects on the theme of Art Nouveau and Viennese Modernism. My personal highlights also include the many museum tours to the special treasures in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Belvedere Palace, the Treasury and the Carriage Museum at Schönbrunn. Our new“TimeTour Vienna – 3D time travel” with a mixture of city tour and 3D images has enthused the participants and provided new insights into the city’s history.

We would like to thank all our customers from the bottom of our hearts for your bookings and wonderful cooperation. 2022 was a good and intensive year, which again gives us courage and hope for the future through the numerous orders. After two years of pandemic, we are particularly grateful for the positive development.

Wishing you an atmospheric, relaxing holiday season and all the best for 2023

 

Martha Tretter and the artemezzo team

 

PS: If you still want to give a voucher for a city tour with us, you can book it here directly online and print it at home.

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