Attractions

As the biggest city in Austria and as the seat of the Habsburgs throughout decades Vienna is a city with a rich culture life. In Vienna you can find attractions on every corner and an enormous amount of beautiful buildings and churches. If you are not to interested in culture you can get to see most of the city in 24 hours, but if you want to see a lot and spend much time on every sight you will need many days and maybe even weeks to get through it all.

Attractions in Vienna

Hofburg

Hofburg
Hofburg Vienna The Hofburg Imperial Palace is the official residence of the Austrian president today. Throughout history this has been...

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Schönbrunn

Schönbrunn
Schönbrunn was the summer palace of the Habsburg emperors (while Hofberg was the winter palace), but after the fall of...

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Belvedere

Belvedere
Belvedere Vienna Belvedere is a palace built by Eugene of Savoie on the area he bought in 1693, just outside...

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Parliament

Parliament
Parliament in Vienna The Austrian Parliament was built between 1874 and 1883 and it is reviving the architectural style of...

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Stephansdom

Stephansdom
Stephansdom Vienna The Stephansdom has received its name from the first martyr in Church History, Stephen of whom we can...

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Museums

Museums
Vienna Museums Vienna has a whole lot of museums worth a visit. The most famous are probably the Museum of...

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Danube Tower

Danube Tower
Danube Tower Vienna The Danune Tower (Donauturm) was built between 1962 and 1964 after the design of Hannes Lintl. The...

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Hundertwasser House

Hundertwasser House
Hundertwasser House Vienna The Hundertwasser house in Vienna is an apartment complex built in a very special style invented by...

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VIC

VIC
Vienna International Centre The UN has several centres around the world, but the three main centres are located in New...

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Karlskirche

Karlskirche
In Vienna Karlsplatz is one of the most important locations for the use of public transportation. But, the most famous...

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