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  • Hofburg Imperial Palace

    Vienna is one of the most imperial cities in Europe and one of the reasons is the amount of huge and majestic palaces it houses. The three most important and that can never be missed in the visit to the city are the Hofburg Imperial Palace, the Belvedere Palace, and...

    0 by Patricia, one year ago
  • Schönnbrunn Palace

    Schönbrunn Palace is one of the most famous palaces in Vienna. The historical building was built in the epochs of the imperial era and you can see the representative rooms and private rooms of the imperial couple Franz Joseph and Elisabeth. Although I didn't have time...

    0 by Thomina, one year ago
  • St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna

    The St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna has survived through wars and has become a symbol of liberty in Vienna. The Gothic Cathedral was constructed in 1147 AD and its most recognisable characteristic, the multi-coloured tiled roof, was added in 1952. The first church...

    0 by Kate, one year ago
  • Volksoper Wien

    This past summer I made my first trip to Austria. My eyes opened wide as I spotted the central opera house on my first day in the city - wow! Even though I didn't want to spend the money to tour that opera house, my family decided in advance to make sure that we did see...

    0 by Kaelin, 2 years ago
  • Belvedere Palace

    When my family headed to Belvedere Palace, I was expecting to see once again many royal apartments and paintings of the imperial family, such as we had seen at other palaces in Vienna. However, I was much surprised to see that this beautiful palace has been turned into...

    0 by Kaelin, 3 years ago
  • Vienna

    Vienna, the capital of Austria which is home to 2. 4 million people, is one of the oldest cities in Europe, so it conserves its large patrimony which is as beautiful as it is spectacular. I only went to Vienna for 2 days, but it was the place that left the biggest...

    0 by Ross, 3 years ago
  • Museum of Natural History Vienna

    Source Hey guys, time to bring on the report [part1] from one of the most impressing museums I have been to. The title is of course about the Museum of Natural History Vienna. Though I spent 4 months in Vienna I finally had the opportunity to go without stress and...

    0 by Grgo, 4 years ago
  • Wien leuchtet 2015

    I discovered this event totally accidentally at the end of October when I went once out on the bike and decided to use the tram to get home. Luckily, I stopped when I saw lots of crowds at the Square of Maria Theresien and was curious to see what it was all about. And...

    0 by Grgo, 4 years ago
  • Naschmarkt - Flea market

    Naschmarkt is probably Vienna's most popular and biggest market place which not only has numerous vendors selling all kinds of international and colourful offers for food but also a huge number of international restaurants. What is more, right behind the market place...

    0 by Grgo, 4 years ago
  • Volksgarten

    Volksgarten is one of the central and oldest parks in Vienna. And one of my favourite parks to take a walk through. It is part of the 1st District. Location & how to get there Surrounded with the Universitätsring and Burgring streets to the west, to the south it goes...

    0 by Grgo, 4 years ago
  • Winter Palace of Prince Eugene of Savoy, Belvedere

    I had an opportunity to go to this exhibition with a friend of mine, an Austrian neighbour and also a student of design who actually suggested me this one as it was about work by Olafur Elliason. I had no clue prior to exhibition about this artist so it was a better...

    0 by Grgo, 4 years ago
  • MAK (Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art)

    Right! Let's continue with a few more exhibitions starting with the one of Josef Frank. If you haven't, please have a look at part 1 (basic info on MAK, Stefan Sagmeister Talk & The Happy Show, 100 best posters from Germany, Austria and Switzerland, Illustrations of...

    0 by Grgo, 4 years ago
  • MUMOK (Modern art museum)

    I got many recommendations from my friends to visit the Museum of the modern art - MUMOK, and if you check their website which looks pretty attractive you can guess that it is worthy of paying a visit. Now let me tell you my opinion and experience. Since I'm working...

    0 by Grgo, 4 years ago
  • Vienna Zoo (Tiergarten Schönbrunn)

    If you happen to visit Vienna don't forget to visit Tiergarten Schönbrunn or The Vienna Zoo. It is the oldest zoo in the world which is quite an honor for a place. It is a part of Schönbrunn Palace which is another place you shouldn't miss.  The zoo is opened all...

    0 by Sheraz, 5 years ago
  • Hofburg Palace

    Hofburg Palace, located in the center Vienna area, it's certainly one of the most popular tourist attractions of the city. Here we have made the tour imperial apartments, the museum's Collection and Sissi' and silversmiths' wares. The ticket for the 3 parties was 9.90...

    0 by Patricia, 5 years ago
  • Karlschurch

    Stephansplatz and Graben If you arrive in Vienna, not how to miss a walk in the heart of the city. There, watches the Stephansdom, the most beautiful Gothic edifice of Austria. I'm trying to compare it with the Milan Cathedral. Both have their beauty and magnificence....

    0 by Patricia, 5 years ago

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