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Activities in Vienna

For our Vienna visitors we have put together 10 highlights of the city at a glance:

Albertina

The Albertina is a museum in the Palais Erzherzog Albrecht in the city center of Vienna. It houses one of the largest and most important collections of graphic art world with a circumference of about 65,000 drawings and over a million graphic prints. The scope of the issued and archived exhibits range from the late Gothic to contemporary art.

Donauturm

Enjoy a breathtaking view over Vienna on the walkable platform outside or at the two-story glass- indoor part in 150 meters height.

Karlskirche

The most beautiful and interesting baroque cathedral north of the Alps offers unexpected impressions. With the panoramic elevator you can easily go up into the dome and see the world famous frescoes of Michael Rottmeyr.

Schloss Schönbrunn

Schönbrunn Palace is the largest and one of the most important and most visited cultural monuments in Austria. The castle and the approximately 160 hectare park are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996. A main attraction in the park is the oldest existing zoo in the world, the zoo Schönbrunn.

Castle Belvedere

The Belvedere Palaces and the gardens count as one of the finest baroque buildings in Europe. The Belvedere is the most important exhibition of Austrian art and changing exhibitions.

Spanish riding school

The Spanish Riding School of Vienna is the only institution in the world, which lives in the classical equitation in the Renaissance tradition of "High School" for over 440 years and continues to cultivate.

State Opera

The Vienna State Opera, the "First House on the Ring," is the most important opera house in Vienna and one of the most famous in the world. She was opened on the 25th of May 1869 with a premiere of Don Giovanni by Mozart. From the members of the State Philharmonic the Vienna Philharmonic Orchester is recruited.

St. Stephans Cathedral

The cathedral is one of the most important Gothic buildings and national landmarks in Austria. The building is 107 meters long and 34 meters wide.

Vienna giant ferris wheel & Prater

The Giant Ferris Wheel in the Prater is a landmark and a symbol of Vienna. It was built in 1897 to celebrate the 50th Jubilee of Emperor Franz Joseph I. and at that time the largest Ferris wheel in the world.

Vienna's Ringstrasse

Along the 5.2 km long ring road you will find a number of architectural forms bygone eras. Discover much more notable buildings like State Opera, Art and Natural History Museum, Parliament, City Hall, Castle Theater, Museum of Applied Arts, University, Exchange.

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