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Fiaker Wien

30 Minutes Trip

30 Minutes Trip--Carriage Ride by Fiaker Wien

45 Minutes Trip

45 Minutes Trip--Carriage Ride by Fiaker Wien

70 Minutes Trip

70 Minutes Trip--Carriage Ride by Fiaker Wien



Prater-Transfer--Carriage Ride by Fiaker Wien

On the Cheap

On the Cheap--Carriage Ride by Fiaker Wien

Prater-One Hour

Prater-One Hour--Carriage Ride by Fiaker Wien 

Coffee Shops

Coffee Shops--Carriage Ride by Fiaker Wien

Jewish Vienna

Jewish Vienna--Carriage Ride by Fiaker Wien

Monuments and Memorials

Monuments and Memorials--Carriage Ride by Fiaker Wien







is a company providing round trips and sightseeing tours through the center of Vienna. You can take our horse carriages on the stands next to St. Stephens Cathedral or the Imperial Palace! Take a ride and enjoy the day!
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The cheapest trip in the city: 22 minutes costs only 55 €!





Where the Horses have their Home and Privacy




There are a lot of carriage stables to house the famous fiacre horses of Vienna. The stables are all privately owned by carriage families, most of them in the wooden area of Prater, a very big park close to the city center.

Each stable has its own character, but they all share certain general characteristics, most of which are required by the Vienna Administrative Code and the Rules of the City of Vienna. For example the stables must have excellent ventilation and a lot of windows to provide natural light. As well the horses must have access to paddocks.

The stables, located in the Krieau and Freudenau , these zones are parts of the Prater, were all orginally built as horse stables in the late 19th century. Our stables were new built in an old fabric for fireclay (grog). There is place for about 30 horses and every horse has his own box with about 100 square feet. There are no standing straight stalls, they are forbidden in EU. Every stall is configured in such a way that the horses can all turn around and lie down safely and comfortably. Each stall is properly bedded either with wood shavings or straw bedding so that the horses have a comfortable bed to lie on.We also own a riding square and a lot of paddocks.

All stabels are regulated and inspected by the Department of animals health at least one time per year or more frequently if they are investigating a call.


Koppel Chamottefabrik

Martina Michelfeit-Stockinger

Fiaker Wien



Since 2002 it has been our pleasure to provide you with great tours of Vienna. We are a family business, and that means that we are proud to offer you a high level of personal service. Give us a call, write an eMail or use our Web Shop  and we will arrange everything  you wish. Let us know if you need a carriage ride for two, complete with flowers, sparkling or champagne, or if you need some carriages for a small group. We will arrange your trip or transfer in collaboration with our partners. Whether it is your first time in Vienna, or you are a local rediscovering the City's

treasures, that is very often the case, let us make your journey thru Vienna wonderful one.

Toni Andi Rudi





Here's how to find







By car

Drive along Ring Street to the intersection with Kärntnerstrasse. Next to the Opera is a parking house. Behind the Opera is the very famous Hotel Sacher and the Albertina. And in front of this part of the Imperial Palace are the carriages waiting. Ask one of the drivers for a carriage of Martina Michelfeit.

By foot

From the center of town, walk south on Main Street Kärntnerstrasse until you see the Information sign. Next to the Infopoint are the carriages waiting.
Another stand is next to St. Stephens cathedral. The church is in between the operahouse and Schwedenplatz.

By subway

Take the #1or #2 ore #4 until Karlsplatz and take the exit Opera. We are on the north west corner behind the Opera next to Albertina.