The treasure house contains many valuable art and jewelry from the royal family, and it is also a valuable place to visit. Many things are very historic and can be traced back to some personal collections of historical figures.
The oldest part of the palace in the northwest of Joseph Square and the south side of the inner courtyard is called the "Old Fort". Since the 18th century, the palace guards here have been Swiss mercenaries and are called the "Swiss Wing (Schweizertrakt)". It is now turned into a treasure hall.
The one-hundred-yuan ticket is very convenient to book on Ctrip. There are many visitors in the Treasure Hall. Many royal ornaments from the Austrian period can also be seen. The entire interior is also a good place to visit the precious ornaments, very precious.
The Royal Treasures Hall is located next to the Hofburg Palace. It displays royal treasures and religious-related items. Many exhibits are very exquisite and shining, and you can see royal supplies at a glance. However, there is still a significant gap between the Austrian Royal Treasure Museum and the Russian Tsar Treasure Museum.
The museum is full of royal treasures, extremely use up costly a well-dressed, tableware, decoration and so on, to get a sense of the one of Europe''s oldest royal royal family and the capsule of the austro-hungarian empire Austria treasure!
The golden halls and exhibits at the tip of the iceberg of the Austro-Hungarian treasure house are also eye-opening
The collection of treasures collected by the Hapsburgs is truly incredible. I recommend using the audio guide to obtain a description and history of some of the more important pieces. There are so many outstanding treasures included in this collection, I suspect you will be overwhelmed (as I was) by the end of the tour.
Preston_Dominguez: Hofburg, Schweizerhof, 1010 Wien
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Hofburg Palace,St. Stephen's Cathedral,Vienna,Kunsthistorisches Museum,Schloss Belvedere