Planning a European city break?


Organising a journey might feel overwhelming, particularly when venturing to an unfamiliar city or country. But with Go City, it’s how the best city breaks happen.

Offering attraction passes for destinations around the world, Go City gives you the freedom to do what you want, when you want, whilst making incredible savings as you go. Passes include bucket list attractions, top tours, and plenty of hidden gems, all handpicked by local experts.

We’re saying goodbye to multiple entry fees and paper tickets, and bringing you one cost, one pass and all your travelling essentials conveniently accessible on your phone. City breaks just got easier.

So, what kinds of passes does Go City offer?

There are two pass types to choose from: with an Explorer Pass, pay to visit a fixed number of attractions, then go at your own pace- you’ll have 60 days to see them all! This option is great if you want to tick a few firm favourites off your bucket list. Or go ‘all in’ with an All- Inclusive Pass, you’ll get entry to unlimited attractions, over a set number of [consecutive] days. If you love a packed itinerary and want to see and do as much is possible, this is the one for you.

What’s a European city we operate in?

Although it’s hard to choose one from the array of European cities Go City operate in, Austria’s riverside capital, Vienna, falls nothing short of pure beauty. Sparking the imagination with its regal architecture, romantic art and poetry, and exquisite confectionery, Vienna holds a significant place among Europe’s most cultural cities. Offering a multitude of must-visit destinations that’ll feature on every avid traveller’s list.

So, if you’re wondering how to plan a short city break to Vienna, look no further. We’ve put together a meticulously planned 3-Day Attraction Itinerary to demonstrate how you can see the most on your trip whilst making incredible savings as you go! Check out how much you could save using our Vienna 3-Day All-Inclusive Pass*.

Day 1:

Normal Ticket Value

  • Guided Tour of Schönbrunn Palace at a price of €48.00
  • Big Bus Vienna 1- Day Tour at €39.00

Day 2:

  • Schönbrunn Zoo at € 26.00
  • Empress Sisi Walking Tour at €42.00
  • Spanish Riding School at €18.00

Day 3:

  • Classical Concert at House of Music at €49.00
  • Giant Ferris Wheel at €13.50
  • VR Experience Schönbrunn at €24.90

Making your total price without a pass at a whopping €260.40. However, with a Go City 3-day All-Inclusive Pass you could save €126.40, with a total spending of €134.00.

* Pricing correct at the time of posting- 30th Aug 2023.

This is just one example in which you can save with Go City, but if you have additional time in Vienna or prefer to exchange some of our recommendations, be sure to check out the 45+ attractions on the Go City Vienna passes here.

What’s that? Tell you more about some of the top attractions featured on the Vienna pass you ask…

Big Bus Hop on Hop off Tour is one to consider. Experience the ultimate and most convenient way to explore Vienna!

Sit back, relax in comfort, and cruise in style aboard a Big Bus, whilst the finest attractions of Austria’s capital unfold before your eyes. With the freedom to hop on and off at your own pace, Big Bus offers you an entirely flexible experience that enables you to uncover Vienna precisely how you wish.

With two routes to choose from, the Red Route or the Blue Route (starting points detailed below), you’ll be treated to fantastic views of Vienna’s major attractions. You’ll catch glimpses of the magnificent Hofburg Palace, the picturesque Schwedenplatz along the canal’s banks, the Museums Quarter, medieval cathedrals, expansive green parks and much more on your cruise around the city.

Additionally, you’ll have access to commentary recorded in 13 languages, offering a wealth of historical context and intriguing facts to enhance your sightseeing adventure!

[Red Route starting point: Walfischgasse 2, 1010 Vienna
Blue Route starting point: Albertinaplatz 2, 1010 Vienna]

And finally, we couldn’t go without discussing Time Travel Magic Vienna History Tour. Embark on a journey through the rich history of the city, enhanced by captivating visuals, special effects and lifelike animatronics. It’s as simple as paying nothing upon entry, and simply scanning your digital pass.

Delve into a 1-hour laugh-out-loud tour detailing the city’s history with immersive virtual reality experiences, with an audio-guide available to you in 10 different languages. And don’t forget, your pass gives you access to dozens more of the city’s top attractions, so make sure to check them out here!

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