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The greatest movie ever made, experienced at one of its original locations - with projections on the walls of sewer and shots fired, followed by Anton Karas movie theme on the zitter. Could not be more exciting!
Informative? Moderately. But 10€ for a tour that lasts under an hour? Not really worth it. I learned a bit about the sewer system, but I feel like more detail would've been much better. About a third of the information about how the sewer system...More
Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Stephen R
DritteMannTourKanal, Leiter Gästebetreuung at Third Man Tour – Sewer, responded to this reviewResponded 6 November 2018
thanks for your feedback. Too bad that you did not like it. Most of our guests have never been in a sewer. Therefore, we dedicate a little time to this circumstance.
best regards from the Viennese underworld,
your sewer team from the thirdman-tour
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Doesn't matter if you have seen the movie or are simply interested in checking out Vienna's sewer system. This place is definitely worth a visit.
Step down into the sewers of Vienna through the Hollywood entrance to see the world below the most liveable city....More
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