- This all-inclusive ticket gets you access to every part of this famous monument - cathedral tour, treasury, catacombs, towers... see it all!
- Climb 343 steps for a spectacular view of Vienna; see the medieval sarcophagus of Emperor Frederick III
- The current Romanesque and Gothic cathedral was built in the 14th century on the ruins of two earlier churches. But there's been a church dedicated to Saint Stephen (the patron saint of - among other things - headaches and horses), on this spot since 1147
St. Stephen's Cathedral is one of the most important sights in Vienna. It is the symbol not just of the city - its distinctive silhouette adorns Austrian versions of the 10-cent coin. If you're going to see it while in Vienna (and you definitely should), this all-inclusive ticket will make sure you leave no (church) stone unturned. You'll have access to every part of this famous monument - cathedral tour, treasury, catacombs, towers... don't just see this church, SEE it!
Vienna’s St Stephen’s Cathedral is a whole lot of things. It’s a moving place of worship sure, but it’s also a world-famous cultural heritage site, and the national emblem of Austria itself.
This All Inclusive pass really gets you everywhere inside this Vienna must-see: a cathedral tour, an audio guide, the catacombs, the south tower, the north tower, and the ancient treasures. It's no wonder that Stephansdom attracts 5,4 million visitors a year.
The west gallery of the cathedral is home to its treasures, while the 137m-tall south tower, which dominates the Vienna skyline. The 343 steep steps to the top will reward the with a lovely view of the Austrian capital.
If you're into bells (and c'mon, who isn't?), the famous Pummerin hangs in the much-smaller north tower. It's the second-largest free-swinging chimed church bell in Europe.
- 30 minute Catacombs Tour
- Cathedral tour with audio guide
- Treasure tour with audio guide
- South Tower
- North Tower
Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date.
The tour of the catacombs was also informative; I feel this experience made the all inclusive tickets worth the cost. I was unaware of all the remains underneath our feet, which made this tour very interesting.
The bell tower is interesting however as we visited in January it was extremely cold up there, so I imagine it would be a better experience during the summer months.