Austria’s Greatest Imperial Sites In
Lovers of history, art, and cultural events can all grab their own piece of the Austrian capital. Vienna is often called The City of Music as many notable composers lived here. The city gently blends Habsburg imperial architecture with contemporary buildings and many free time possibilities.
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Kiss Of Baroque
The Upper Palace of Belvedere houses the largest collection of works by Gustav Klimt including his famous painting The Kiss. Wandering through impressive gardens and reflecting ponds, you come to Lower Belvedere that served as a residential palace.
Cakes And Coffee
You can hardly claim you’ve been to Vienna without tasting the original Sacher-Torte. The best one can be ordered in Café Sacher next to Vienna State Opera house. The cake is still made using the original recipe from 1832 and really pleases your taste.
35 Seconds To The Sky
The observation terrace of Donauturm rises 155 meters above the city skyline and offers great views from the northern bank of the Danube river. The restaurant at the top, slowly rotating around its axis, invites visitors for the highest-altitude dinner in Vienna.
Originality is the right word to describe the house designed by F. Hundertwasser and inspired by Gaudi’s style. It’s almost impossible to find long straight lines on the outside. The building is not open to the public but you can visit the Village built in the same style.
The Palace served as the summer residence of Habsburg rulers and nowadays is the most popular tourist attraction in Vienna. The entire complex has well over a thousand rooms and together with large gardens and other smaller sites is part of the UNESCO list.
Kick Your Adventure
The second-oldest amusement park in the world is located within a stone’s throw from the city centre. Prater offers everything you can possibly think of, from fast roller coasters to the Giant Ferris Wheel that takes you 60 meters above the streets to enjoy nice views.