Vienna through a lens

From: 940,00 incl. VAT

From: 940,00 incl. VAT

Includes 10% MwSt

On the trails of the Third Man and much more!

length of tour: 4 hours
RSL Premium chauffeur

licensed guide

Description

Famous for its annual opera ball this impressive building is an ideal filming location, most recently seen in the 5th installment of Mission Impossible with Tom Cruise.
Part of the Imperial Palace, the Michaelerkuppel and Michaelerplatz are often used in overhead and location shots in numerous movies, most recently “Red Sparrow” and “Bad Spies”.
This neo gothic church from the mid 19th century was a big part in filming the 8-part series “The Pillars of the earth”, set in the middle ages.
Seen in “The third man” in 1950, the giant wheel played a crucial role as the meeting point for Holly Martins and Harry Lime. It can also be seen in the 1987 James Bond movie “The Living Daylights”.
One of the most famous locations in Vienna, the Belvedere can be seen in “The woman in gold”, depicting Maria Altmann´s struggle with the Austrian Government trying to reclaim the “Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I” back after it was stolen by the Nazis prior to World War II.
Sigmund Freud and Vienna have always been inseparable so filming on location for “The Dangerous Method” was a must. The Café Sperl can also be seen in “Before Sunrise”, starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delply.
This museum is dedicated in its entirety to the movie of the same name. Filmed in Vienna this noir movie quickly became a classic depicting postwar Vienna.

INCLUDING ENTRANCE FEES: 

Third Man Museum | individual guided tour | flate-rate for max. 6 persons