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The former summer residence of the Habsburg family ranks among the most impressive Baroque buildings worldwide. In 1966, Schönbrunn Palace and gardens were certified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The outstanding architecture, the magnificent staterooms and the palace gardens are definitely worth a visit.
The Albertina museum combines imperial flair with unique masterpieces of art. Be it Dürer's "Hare", Klimt's studies of women or modern art by Monet or Picasso - these and even more artworks are exhibited in the Albertina.
With numerous remarkable masterpieces and the biggest Bruegel-collection worldwide, Vienna's Art History Museum is one of the world's most important art collections. With its sister building, the Natural History Museum, it is one of the most significant large buildings of the ring boulevard.
There is no doubt that the UNESCO World Heritage Site Belvedere Palace is amongst Europe's most beautiful Baroque buildings. Belvedere Palace complex consists of two palaces - Upper and Lower Belvedere. While the Upper Belvedere hosts the world's largest Klimt collection and masterpieces of Schiele and Kokoschka, Lower Belvedere impresses with Prince Eugene's grand apartments.
The Imperial Palace or Hofburg is the former centre of the vast Habsburg empire. Originally, the Imperial Palace was a fortress, which the Habsburgs transformed into a splendid residence and henceforth lived there tilll 1918. Today, visitors have access to these grandiose apartments.
Being one of Austria's highlights in terms of architecture, the Hundertwasser House attracts visitors from all around the globe. The colourful and extraordinary building was designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser and is just a few footsteps away from the Kunsthaus Vienna, which houses a permanent exhibition of Hundertwasser.
The former court silver services and dining silverware are displayed in the Imperial Chancellery Wing of the Imperial Palace. One can admire precious porcelain, finest china, gold and silver work and the Vienna Court Silver, which still shines as bright as in the old days.
In the oldest part of the Imperial Palace, you can not only marvel at the Emperor's Crown of the Holy Roman Empire but also the Austrian Emperor's Crown, embroidered with the most valuable sparkling emeralds and gems.
The Jewish Museum Vienna represents events stressing the past and present of Jewish culture and the Jewish community in Austria. It's two locations - one at Palais Eskeles and one at Judenplatz - distinguish themselves by constantly changing programs of exhibitions.
Located in the heart of Vienna - where the Ringstraße leans against the green of the Vienna Stadtpark - this beautiful building constructed in Italian Renaissance style, is a charming and popular concert venue. The Salonorchestra "Alt Wien", one of the best-known interpreters of classical Viennese music, presents an evening full of Viennese charm with the lilting sound of waltzes, polkas, arias and duets, as well as operetta and piano concerto melodies. Accompanied by excellent opera vocalists and enchanting ballet soloists, Vienna's classical music reveals itself as a living firework display for all the senses.
At the Orangery Schönbrunn, a place rich in tradition, the Schönbrunn Palace Orchestra and the Schönbrunn Chamber Ensemble perform the most beautiful tunes of the classic composers Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Strauss. The orchestra is accompanied by two opera singers, a soprano and a baritone, and two ballet-dancers in authentic costumes.
Located right in the centre of Vienna's MuseumsQuartier (MQ), the Leopold Museum showcases the most renowned Egon Schiele collection. Besides, fascinating works by Oskar Kokoschka and Gustav Klimt, to name only a few, can be admired.
Since the 17th century, the horse-drawn carriages have characterized the cityscape of Vienna and still are of great importance. Get to know Vienna from a different perspective and enjoy a traditional horse-drawn carriage ride through the old town of Vienna. By the way - both the coachman as well as the coach itself are called Fiacre.
The Museum for Applied Arts shows precious crafts from Wiener Werkstätte, Bentwood furniture by Thonet, Biedermeier sofas as well as Art Nouveau highlights. Those in love with splendid china and porcelain, high quality textiles and finest silver and glass ware, will be impressed with what the MAK has to offer.
Mozarthaus presents the work and life of one of Austria's most famous citizens - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Located in the heart of Vienna, just around the corner of St. Stephan's Cathedral, Mozart composed several masterpieces and enjoyed living in grand style. Mozarthaus at Domgasse number 5 is the only former Mozart apartment in Vienna that still exists today.
With works by Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, Pablo Picasso or Yoko Ono, the Museum of Modern Arts puts its emphasis on contemporary art of the 20th and 21st century. Above and beyond works of Pop-art, Fluxus, Noveau Réalisme, visitors are invited to engage with photographic, film and video works.
The MuseumsQuartier unites various art divisions, restaurants, Cafés and shops in beautiful baroque buildings combined with contemporary architecture. All in all, the "MQ", as the Viennese use to call it, covers a space of more than 60.000m² and thus counts to the world's 10 biggest culture areas. Especially during summer months, the "MQ" is one of the most trendy outdoor locations in Vienna.
During the Middle Ages the Jewishsquare used to be the centre of Jewish life in Vienna. Museum Jewishquare illustrates and commemorates this with showrooms and virtual tours.
Vienna's Naschmarkt invites you to immerse yourself in a world of senses, where no culinary wish remains unfulfilled - from traditional Viennese to Indian, from Italian to Chinese dishes and ingredients. Black olives from Greece, white pepper from China and all kinds of cheeses and spices transform the 120 market stands into colourful culinary offers.
With its golden bay leaf cupola, this Art Nouveau masterpiece truly stands out. The Secession's exhibition shows its construction history including design drawings, plans and various pieces of artwork such as Klimt's famous "Beethoven Frieze".
Sigmund Freud, the founding father of psychoanalysis lived in the 9th Viennese municipal district. The apartment and practice rooms at his former address Berggasse 19, were transformed to a museum, showing original furniture, the waiting room, a variety of Freud's private collection of antiques and preliminary versions of his work.
St. Stephan's Cathedral, Vienna's landmark and Austria's most significant Gothic building, accommodates a number of valuable art treasures. The view from the "Steffls" tower, overlooking the roofs of Vienna, is just incredible.
For more than 450 years, the Spanish Riding School has been practicing and cultivating classical equitation. Its glamorous Lipizzan stallions can be admired in a corresponding glamorous ambiance at the Imperial Palace. One can expect riding skills at the highest level.
The Austrian Postal Office Savings Bank, designed and built by the famous architect Otto Wagner, is regarded as one of Vienna's most famous modernist buildings. Wagner impressed with constructive attention to every detail and with practical, as well as useful solutions - look and see!
No other place in Vienna pours on the charm like Wiener Prater does - it is truly a melting pot of adventure, nostalgia and Viennese charm. The amusement park hosts one of Vienna's most famous landmarks - the Giant Ferries Wheel. Wiener Prater is in season only from May until October, the Giant Ferries Wheel and a handful of other attractions are open all year round.