Learn why Hofburg is one of Vienna's most important landmarks of this day and age when you visit Austria. Once planned as an imperial forum, the grounds were built by the Hapsburg emperors during the 13th century. Since that time, it has been renovated and turned into a tourist's dream. With museums that hold many of the original furniture that were installed in the former palace, one can get a feel for the regal presence. Tourists will also find a massive collection of international standing, not only in the museum, but also along the parks, restaurants and cafes.
You are to take subway line U3 and alight at Herrengasse Station ot subway line U1 and alight at Stephansplatz Station.
1.Photo taking is not allowed inside the Hofburg Palace.2.During the peak season, you may have to queue up to buy tickets or to book e tickets ahead of time to secure your spot.
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The Hofburg is the former principal imperial palace of the Habsburg dynasty. Located in the center of Vienna, it was built in the 13th century and expanded several times afterwards. It also served as the imperial winter residence, as Schönbrunn Palace was the summer residence. Since 1946 it is the official residence and workplace of the President of Austria. Numerous architects have executed work at the Hofburg as it expanded, notably the Italian architect-engineer Filiberto Luchese, Lodovico Burnacini and Martino and Domenico Carlone, the Baroque architects Lukas von Hildebrandt and Joseph Emanuel Fischer von Erlach, Johann Fischer von Erlach, and the architects of the Neue Burg built between 1881 and 1913.
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The hometown of Princess Sissi - Vienna
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Hofburg area has always been an important residence for the royal family of Habsburg, Austria, and is a very important part of Vienna.
Everywhere I am deeply involved in this building control, the carriage travels like a passing road on the stone road of ancient times.
There is a princess museum here, which is especially worth visiting. ~
"Dear, I am not at home in the cafe; not in the cafe, just go On the way to the cafe. This is a note written by a Vienna artist to his girlfriend.
Now, it can be seen that the caf is the place where many Austrian artists were inspired to inspire. There is no ambiguity and exaggeration, and some are just quiet thinking and slow-paced enjoyment.
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The Vienna Bubble Cafe is the highlight.
Find a seat in the window to rest in the cafe, while listening to classical music, drinking coffee, how comfortable and leisurely!
The most prominent statue on the square is the statue of Emperor Franz I. The Emperor Franz I of the German Holy Roman Empire, in order to destroy the dream of the French emperor, Napoleon wanted to be the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, and in 1806 he actively disbanded the empire and simultaneously established the Austrian Empire, Franz I. The emperor thus became the Emperor Franz I of the Austrian Empire.
Statue of Emperor Franz Joseph I
A photo before the Hofburg Imperial Palace
Hofburg Imperial Palace is the palace of the Austrian Habsburg dynasty, located in the city center of Vienna. From 1275 to 1913, after many reconstructions and reconstructions, it finally evolved into a maze of 18 wings, 19 courtyards and 2,500 rooms.
The palace is built according to the terrain and is divided into two parts: the house and the house. There is a garden in each of the upper and lower houses. Shangzhai is the place where the emperor's office, welcoming and grand events are held. The lower house is used as a royal living.