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Vienna and Durnstein with a tubby American

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Im planning an autumn trip to Vienna (4-5 days) and with someone who can probably only walk/stand a maximum of 4 hours a day and probably not 4 hours in a row.

Not my first trip to Vienna but I never thought about it from this perspective.
Any thoughts suggestions would be greatly appreciated

I am thinking
1) We might have to skip Schoenbrunn Palace unless there is some way that avoids the rather long walk from the ubahn. Does anyone know if we could get relatively close in a taxi?

2) I am thinking we will need to hire a private tour guide and car--what should we see?

Obviously Opera and Ballet will be good evening options.

Will head to Durnstein for 4-5 days as well-having never been I'd love to hear from someone who has.

I thank you in advance.

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