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Schonbrunn Palace

Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna served as an imperial summer residence for Habsburgs since mid 17th century. After the fall of the Habsburg dynasty in 1918 the palace became a museum.It is a major tourist attraction and most notable palace in the country for its architectural, cultural, and historical significance.

St. Stephen's Cathedral

St. Stephen's Cathedral is the main church of Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vienna, as well as the seat of Vienna's Archbishop. The Cathedral serves as a symbol and icon for Vienna and one of the most important Gothic structures in Austria.

Historic Center of Vienna

The Historic Center of Vienna combines the historically significant cultural and architectural heritage of the city. The area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001. It is rich in Baroque castles, palaces, gardens, as well as 19th century monuments and parks.

Belvedere Palace Museum

Belvedere is a historic Baroque palace complex in Vienna, consisting of Upper and Lower palaces, the Orangery, and the Palace Stables. Being one of Europe’s most stunning Baroque ensembles it is listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Imperial Palace (Hofburg)

Hofburg is a 13th century imperial palace of Habsburgs in the center of Vienna. The palace was the winter residence for Habsburgs, whereas Schonbrunn was used in summer. Today Hofburg serves as official residence for Austria's President.

Schonbrunner Gardens

The vast Schonbrunn Gardens span over 300 years of history. The park at Schonbrunn Palace opened to the public around 1779. It is very popular among locals as well as of great cultural and historical attraction for international visitors. It became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.

Tiergarten Schoenbrunn - Zoo Vienna

Tiergarten Schonbrunn or Vienna Zoo is the oldest Baroque zoo in the world! It was founded in 1752. Vienna Zoo is home for more than 4000 animals from different continents in the world. It's the only place all over Europe where you can see Giant Pandas, except Berlin.

Kunsthistorisches Museum

Kunsthistorisches Museum is an art museum in Vienna. A luxurious building with an octagonal dome houses the museum. It was built in 1891. The museum houses extensive imperial collection that belonged to royal family. Kunsthistorisches exhibits world's largest collection of works by Pieter Bruegel.

Prater
Prater
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The Prater is a large amusement park and wide green, recreation area in Vienna. Full of thrilling roller coasters and other attractions of all sorts it is a suitable destination both for young and old.

State Opera House

Vienna State Opera House opened in 1869 with Mozart's "Don Giovanni" performance. Since then it is considered to be one of most important opera houses in the world. It is the Opera House with largest repertoire in the world.Many prominent musician have directed the Opera House, Richard Strauss, Herbert von Karajan, Lorin Maazel and many others among them.

Stephansplatz

Stephansplatz is one of the most important squares in downtown Vienna. It stands outside the ancient city walls of Vienna since 1200. However, it gained importance only in 1978 with the opening of the U-Bahn station.

Albertina
Albertina
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Albertina is a graphic art museum in Vienna. It hosts one of the largest and finest print rooms all over the world. The collection includes around 65,000 paintings, as well as up to 1 million old master prints, contemporary graphic works, photos and architectural drawings.

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