A journey through history
In Vienna you can embark on an exciting time trip, did you know this? Right in the middle of the city center. Where, this I tell you today in the blog. It was also my first time that I traveled in time.
Time Travel Vienna. This very special attraction I wanted to see for a long time as I hve already read a lot about it, guests had already told me a lot and also recently a friend was quite surprised "What, you have NOT been to Time Travel so far?"
So it was a great thing that Christian and I had the opportunity for an event to finally see Time Travel Vienna and it was really impressive.
From Vienna with dinosaurs to the present time
The title already tells you what to expect in the 1 hour tour. It starts with a brief introduction to Austrian history, in a very humorous way. And then the highlight of the tour is already waiting, at least it was for us both, the 5D cinema, where you are taken on an interactive time trip from Vienna at the time of the dinosaurs over Vienna of the Romans until the time of the Turkish invasion.
So if it was after me, the cinema could last much longer, it was simply awesome.
After that, the story of Austrian history continues. The Emperor gives you an audience and tells you even more about the history of the Habsburgs and the monarchy. Afterwards you can look forward to cheerful music, because then it is "All Waltz".
Fondly and cheerfully, you leave the virtual ballroom, but the next stop in the story is a far more oppressive chapter: the two world wars. In a replica of an air-raid bunker you experience a simulated air attack. I knew it was a simulation, still, a depressed feeling arose, and also the other participants have left the room very thoughtfully. Everyone here probably had the same desire that such dark times lie behind us forever.
But one stop is still waiting for you before it goes back to the present time and this one ensures that you can leave the oppressing feeling where it belongs, in the past. Because the end is a magical ride with the Fiaker through (or rather over? you have to find it out) Vienna.
The tour, although we have traveled through many centuries, has passed like in flight. Christian and I liked it very much and it gave me many interesting impressions to the Austrian history.
The tour is in German, but thanks to the free audio guides you get a translation to 10 languages. So if you want to get a brief overview of the history of Vienna and Austria, Time Travel Vienna is definitely a good choice. And also an ideal point of interest if the weather in Vienna is not so nice.
Greetings from the Appartements Ferchergasse,