Horseless E-Carriage' Debuts in VIENNA
Carriages used by the imperial family and Viennese court, including state coaches, ceremonial and gala carriages, People could find and see only in Museums. For hundreds of years, horses and carriages were seen as key elements of courtly representation. Imperial Carriages was used At coronations, weddings, and formal processions rulers and the nobility rode in magnificent and elaborately dressed. Carriages, designed and created by important artists, were not only a means of transportation but insignia displaying the owner’s rank and status in society effectively. One of the most magnificent pieces is the so-called "Imperial Carriage", which is thought to have been built for Emperor Charles VI. Also impressive is the black hearse, which was used at the funerals of Emperor Franz Joseph Empress Elisabeth and Empress Zita, among others. Imperial Carriages Were used for the coronation of Joseph II in 1764 and from then onwards used for various imperial and royal Habsburg coronations and only for members of the Imperial Family. Vienna is known for many things – its art, its culture, its food, its history, its buildings- throughout the world, but there is one main tourist attraction everyone thinks about, but hardly ever mentions in their accolade to the city: the famous Carriage Tours, having once been the primary means of transportation in Vienna, Carriages are mainly used by tourists, but also feature in quite a few special celebrations (think milestone birthdays, opulent arrivals at events, or weddings) nowadays. But now technological progress during the late twenty-first century resulted in rapid developments of E-transportation involved Royal e-cars to develop a project the firs and unique on his own the Imperial E-Carriages. once belonged to Austrian royalty is now yours available on the streets of beautiful Vienna. The city of Vienna symbolises Eco- friendly environment, and our business operations and services support that symbol of Eco- friendliness. Imperial E-Carriages will teach you about Austrian royalty, and show you the fantastic way to see and fill Vienna.