You can spend here couple of hours and enjoy the gardens and the palace itself and feel the real Austrian history. There are many nice hiding places inside the gardens. The palace itself is open for v...
This place was just plain lovely, the gardens were enough for us to just love it. It's well maintained and the palace is wonderful to look at from outside. We didn't go inside so can't say anything ab...
One of the most beautiful palaces I've been...make sure you take the full tour inside the rooms!!After take your time to walk around the gardens and enjoy the rest of the monuments..you need a lot of ...
Great museum venue to learn about the lives of the monarchy (ticket required) and wonderful garden area for a walk (free). Audio tour is recommended. Before or after the tour, there is a good cafe to ...
I heard that the Austrian people had to buy tickets to listen to music even if they had no money. Today, they finally had the chance to listen to a concert at the prestigious Schnbrunn Palace in Vienna!
Inside is super exquisite, there are a lot of candles in a good atmosphere~
Music effect is super good~ Westerners are very particular about dressing up in formal wear, feeling that this orange little skirt is also Its quite a haha. Haha.
Schnbrunn Palace was once the royal palace of the Holy Roman Empire, the Austrian Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Habsburg dynasty. It is now Vienna's most prestigious tourist attraction, and Schnbrunn Palace and its gardens are listed by UNESCO. Cultural Heritage List.
The palace that was planned to become a greater building than the Palace of Versailles
Schnbrunn Palace is a Baroque art building in the southwest of Vienna. It was once the royal palace of the Roman Empire and the Austrian Empire. The Schnbrunn Palace was built in the 14th century, and the Emperor Matisse of the Holy Roman Empire hunted here. The sweet spring water here was refreshed and sweet, and the word "Meiquan" was obtained. Today's Schnbrunn Palace is open to the public free of charge. Visitors are free to visit and take pictures. The real royal palace needs to buy tickets and not take pictures.
On the first day of boarding in Vienna, I watched the Schnbrunn Palace under the night with ##. Compared with the bustling tourists during the day, the palace under the moonlight is more magnificent and charming. The 10-day tour of the Danube in the Crystal River Mozart began, full of expectations!
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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.