By offering these unique Vienna free tours to every traveler, we are expanding education by getting to the people who normally would not take your run of the mill paid walking tour
Berlin, Germany (PRWEB) June 27, 2015
As European tourism continues to grow robustly throughout 2015, it has proved resilient to headwinds in previous years following the recession, which is why Original Europe Tours is expanding their walking tours in multiple European cities later this summer. This expansion is beginning with the Austro-Hungarian Empire, having launched Original Budapest Tours in April 2015, and continuing on to Vienna Tours.
In July 2015, the company will be launching Original Vienna Tours with walking tours and pub crawls in Vienna. With an increasing number of young backpackers in Austria, the company believes their style of tours is a needed addition to the European tourism market.
The European Travel Commission noted in a recent study that “data from the first three quarters of the 2014 year paint a very positive picture for destinations in Europe, with growth spread across virtually all reporting destinations.” According to preliminary data for the first half of 2010, Vienna is already past the bottom of the crisis and visitor numbers are rising again. In 2013, Vienna hosted over 5.8 million tourists, a growth of over 5.1 percent since 2010.
The 3-hour free Vienna tour starts every day at 10:30 am and will feature the first “alternative tour” in Vienna. During this social tour, individuals will experience Vienna’s alternative culture in a social, informative and fun atmosphere. Head Vienna walking tour guide David Campisi explains, “By offering these unique Vienna free tours to every traveler, we are expanding education by getting to the people who normally would not take your run of the mill paid walking tour.”
The tour starts in the center of the city outside the St. Stephen’s Cathedral, but heads quickly on to the less beaten path and places often missed by most tourists – including local dining, pubs, community festivals and more. Each guide will discuss modern street and urban art, and the growing ever-changing alternative culture in Vienna.
"I think offering these young travelers in Vienna a place to meet up and really get a good view of the history and culture in this town is something badly needed," explains Sean Ruigrok Van de Werve Original Europe Tours, CEO. “It’s our company belief that everyone has the right to learn about our history and see the amazing places in the world.”
In addition to the original Vienna walking tour and Vienna pub crawl, the company will offer various other paid history walking tours. To learn more about the variety of tour services, please visit: http://www.free-vienna-tours.com.
About the Company:
Founded in 2010, Original Europe Tours believes all travelers deserve the opportunity to experience all the wonders of Europe. The company, which is based out of Berlin, offers a full range of tours including free walking tours, day trips, and nightlife tours. They believe their style of tours and unique way they offer travelers and holiday makers to pay what they can is filling a void in the market and expanding education by getting people who normally would not take a walking tour to really enjoy socializing and learning all the great things these cities have to offer. All ages can discover the wonders of the European cities by day or nightlife with native fun guides. For media inquiries regarding Original Vienna Tours, individuals are encouraged to contact the company’s Media Manager, Sallamari Harju directly at 49 157 377 48 223 or via email at sallamari.h(at)originalberlintours(dot)com. To learn more about the company, please visit: http://www.originalberlintours.com.
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