The Austrian capital has long been a major literary destination and this special tour offers guests an insight into its evolution into a location for great cinema. Ever since the iconic The Third Man depicted the despair of our morality in the wake of World War II, the city has proven to be an invaluable backdrop and inspiration to movie genres of every kind imaginable. The city has seen a series of groundbreaking films produced here in the intervening decades, including Woman in Gold, revolving around the restitution of a painting by Gustav Klimt, to Mission Impossible 5, which premiered in Vienna, Before Sunrise “, shot completely on locations in Vienna, and many more. The Vienna through a lens tour takes you to some of the locations featured in these movies, including the giant wheel where James Bond went for a ride with his latest conquest, the State Opera House where Ethan Hunt fled his enemies in Mission Impossible 5, and the Belvedere Palace, where scenes for Woman in Gold were shot with Helen Mirren and many other locations. The tour will also introduce you to less well-known film locations such as the Café Sperl, where scenes depicting a meeting between Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung were shot for A Dangerous Method, and the Votiv church, which was featured in The Pillars of the Earth. A highlight is the visit to the third man museum, dedicated entirely to the movie, exhibiting original scripts, material used on set and more.