School Trips To Vienna

Widely regarded as the cultural capital of Europe, Vienna offers lots of learning opportunities for students visiting the city as part of a school trip. Having played home to the famous psychoanalyst, Sigmund Freud, for almost half a century, those studying psychology or sociology will find a Vienna school trip particularly engaging. A cultural hotspot where students can learn more about Freud and his family, alongside the tragic events of the country’s Jewish Holocaust which drove Freud to flee in 1938, Vienna provides a truly fascinating trip for any student.

Top attractions

The Sigmund Freud Museum

Having lived and worked in Vienna up until the year before his death, Sigmund Freud had great ties with the city of Vienna. The Sigmund Freud Museum, located in his old apartment at Bergasse 19, is a look into his Viennese life. Here, you can walk through his consulting room, see his famous couch, and learn all about the patients that he analysed from his apartment.

The Jewish Museum

The world’s oldest Jewish museum, founded in 1895, Vienna’s Jewish Museum works to preserve the memory of the 50,000 Austrian Jews that were murdered in the Holocaust. After being closed by the Nazi Regime in 1938, the museum lost many of its valuable objects and, although some are still missing, the museum still stands as a tribute to the city’s Jewish community and those who lost their lives.

The Palmenhaus

Located in Burggarten park, The Palmenhaus stands tall as one of the world’s prettiest greenhouses. With exotic plants and trees from all over the world, this area is great for photo-taking, and the restaurant and bar located inside also makes it a great place to grab a drink or bite to eat while admiring the view.

Hotel Sacher

The home of the Sachertorte, Austria’s world-famous dessert, Hotel Sacher is a must visit for those visiting Vienna. Although found in bakeries across the country, the best place to try this sweet treat is where it originated. Prices might be a little on the steep side, but you won’t regret trying Vienna’s signature cake.


Originally a hunting ground used by the Emperor, this amusement park is a must-visit for students in Vienna. While here, make sure to visit the Riesenrad Ferris wheel – one of the city’s most recognisable landmarks. Stop here to enjoy the rides, or for a picnic on the park.

Vienna Accommodation

We have carefully selected accommodation for school trips to Vienna, and our choices are highly experienced in working with school groups. Our options are close to the centre and enable groups to reach and explore the city by foot or by the underground. We highly recommend a half board stay as eating out in Vienna can be very expensive. Get in touch for more information.

Local cuisine

Alongside the famous Sachertorte, Viennese offers a diverse cuisine – consisting of lots of meat dishes. The city has plenty of restaurants to choose from, however these are not cheap, so we encourage groups to stay on a half board basis at their accommodation for the best value. There are also plenty of cafes and sandwich bars to grab lunch each day.

Café Prückel

Having served coffee for over 100 years, this café has become synonymous with the famous Viennese coffee drinking culture. In fact, this institution was added to the UNESCO Cultural Heritage list back in 2011. Make sure to head here for a cup of their traditional brew coffee.


Located between Kettenbrückengasse and Karlspatz, this market is home to over 400 stalls – selling everything from food to bric-a-brac. Head here on a Saturday to enjoy the huge selection of hidden gems on offer.

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