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St. Stephen's Cathedral

St. Stephen's CathedralNearby City

4.6/5501 Reviews
Church
9:00-17:00 (The catacombs are not open on Sunday morning). (Local time)
Stephen's Cathedral is a landmark in Vienna and one of the three cathedrals in Europe. It was built in 1147 and was built in the name of the Roman church. In the 14th century, Rudolf IV ordered a large-scale reconstruction. After being destroyed by the World War II, it was rebuilt and the Gothic Cathedral was formed. Stephen's Cathedral consists of a main building and three towers. The towering conical spires rush into the sky, the colorful roof inlaid with blue and yellow mosaic tiles shines in the sun, the armbands of the tiles and the representative The double-headed eagle of the Boothsburg dynasty is spectacular.
Hofburg Palace

Hofburg PalaceNearby City

4.6/5433 Reviews
Palace
September - June 9:00-17:30 (open on weekdays), 9:00-18:00 (special date: July, August), latest entry time: 1 hour before closing. (Local time)
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.
Schonbrunn Palace

Schonbrunn PalaceNearby City

4.6/5960 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Palace
Sun - Sat 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM (Local time)
Schönbrunn Palace is a former summer residence of the Austrian royal family, the Habsburg family. It is located in the southwest of Vienna and is one of Austria’s cultural landmarks. The interior of the palace is extremely luxurious, featuring a sophisticated Rococo decor. The legendary empress Maria Theresa and her husband, King Franz I, lived here for many years and saw a huge remodel of the palace, its refurbishments still present today. The famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart once performed for the Austrian empress Maria Theresa here when she was a teenager. The palace building is surrounded by beautiful gardens, fountains and even a zoo on one side. Visitors can purchase tickets for the zoo separately.
Schloss Belvedere

Schloss BelvedereNearby City

4.6/5200 Reviews
Palace
Fri 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, Sat - Thu 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Local time)
The Belvedere Palace is a Baroque architectural palace in the heart of Vienna. It is known as the three major palaces of Vienna with the Hofburg Palace and Schönbrunn Palace. It was once the palace of Prince Eugen of the Habsburg dynasty. It is now the seat of the Austrian National Gallery. The Belvedere Palace is divided into the Upper Beauty Palace and the Lower Beauty Palace. Shangjing Palace was originally a place for banquet guests, and the lower view palace was originally the prince's living room, and now it has become an art museum. In addition to admiring the master's paintings, the architecture itself, interior design, sculpture, gardens, etc. are in Baroque style and are worth seeing.
Danube

DanubeNearby City

4.7/5262 Reviews
River
Performances
Open all day (Local time)
The Danube is second only to the Volga River in Europe and the second longest river in Europe. It originated in southern Germany, flowing from west to east, flowing through Austria, Hungary, Ukraine and other places, and then injected into the Black Sea. The blue Danube slowly passes through the city of Vienna, and by boat, the riverside scenery is very good, with ancient Gothic architecture. The beautiful Viennese forest stretches out in the western suburbs of the city and is lush. Every summer, there is a colorful music festival.
Stadtpark

StadtparkNearby City

4.4/5172 Reviews
City Park
Open all day (Local time)
Johann Strau? monument

Johann Strau? monumentNearby City

4.2/597 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Open all day (Local time)
Ringstrasse

RingstrasseNearby City

4.3/579 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Historical Architecture
Open all day (Local time)
One wonders what maternal thoughts passed through the mind of Sigmund Freud as he took his daily walks around the Ringstrasse. Perhaps it’s best not to know. The grand street, built in 1857 by Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria to replace Vienna’s medieval city walls, passes along a number of palatial homes and government buildings, including two museums, the State Opera House, the New Town Hall, the Stock Exchange and more. Its beauty is enough to inspire thoughts in any visitor, though most likely not Freudian.
Kunsthistorisches Museum

Kunsthistorisches MuseumNearby City

4.6/5172 Reviews
Museum
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Local time)
Hundertwasser House Vienna

Hundertwasser House ViennaNearby City

4.4/5133 Reviews
Modern Architecture
10:00-19:00 (Local time)
One of Austria's architectural treasures, the Baishui Apartment is designed by the famous Austrian painter and architect Fliden Sleich Baishui. The whole colorful building is like a fairy tale apartment and has become a favorite location for many photographers. Colorful tiles, curved walls and undulating floors are very special. And the roof and terrace are full of plants, adding to the dreamy color.