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Top ten attractions and places to see in Vienna 

 On this website you can find tips for walking and free time - Top 10 attractions and places to see in Vienna inclusive UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. The maps, tramway and bus connections to this places are shown too. Transportation tip: Vienna card, or Vienna shopping ticket (5,70 ) or to buy a train ticket Bratislava - Viedeò - Bratislava with transport in Vienna (cca 17,- ). Other gratis photo - click here. Your comments or free time tips in Europe are welcome... Possibility to buy CD with Vienna photos.
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Our tips: Video Schloss Schönbrunn, Video Impressions of Vienna, or video Vienna A walking tour around the city

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Vienna, Schönbrunn Palace - UNESCO World Cultural Heritage since 1996

 Tip 1: Schönbrunn Palace  video - info www.schoenbrunn.at

 
Schönbrunn Palace is the most visited tourist attraction in
 Vienna as well as one of the most important cultural monuments
 
in Austria. The whole palace komplex includes the imperial
 
palace, the park with fountains, statues & architectural features
 
(Palmhaus, Gloriette) and ZOO. It was former the summer
 
residence to various Habsburg rulers- see www.schoenbrunn.at
 
Connections by public transport: U-Bahn U4 with getting-off
 on the stop Schloss Schönbrunn and tram no. 10, 58, bus 10A.
 with getting-off on the stop 
Schloss Schönbrunn. More info on
 
public transport in Vienna, prices here.

 Our tip: Refreshment in Restaurant
Schönbrunner Stöckl or in
 
Kutscher-G´wölb, lodging in Hotel Rustler or in
 
Hotel  Matauschek

Vienna, Prater

 Tip 2: Vienna´s Prater with Giant Ferris Wheel (Riesenrad)

 Vienna´s Prater contains a lot of attractions: Giant FerrisWheel -
 landmark of Prater and Vienna, merry-go-rounds, go-cart-rinks,
 ghost trains, arcades, fairy-tale railway, extra long slides,
 stands for games of skills etc. .. a modern adventure world with
 250 different attractions ...as well as  many cafés, restaurants,
 bars, snack ...planetarium...

 
Connections by public transport: U-Bahn U1 with getting-off
 on the stop Praterstern and tram no. 0, 5, 21, and 81
 with getting-off on the stop Praterstern.
 More info on public transport in Vienna, prices here.
 

Vienna, Stephansdom  (St. Stephens´s Cathedral)

 Tip 3:  St. Stephens´s Cathedral (Stephansdom)

 St. Stephens´s Cathedral stands on the ruins of two earlier
 churches and was completed in the year 1160. Its current
 Romanesque and Gothic form was initiated later by Rudolf IV
 (1339 - 1365).  As the most important religious building in
 Vienna and the seat of the Archbishop, the cathedral became
 one of the city´s  symbols and the place for important events in
 the nation´s history.

 Connections by public transport: U-Bahn U1 and U3 with
 getting-off on the stop 
Stephanplatz. More info on public transport in Vienna, prices here.

 
Our tip: Refreshment in Restaurant Porterhouse or in the
 
Restaurant Le Viet,  lodging in Hotel Marc Aurel

Vienna, Belvedere

 Tip 4: Belvedere palace

 The Belvedere is a baroque palace complex with beautiful
 
statues, garden and fountains built 1714 - 1723 by Prince
 Eugene of Savoy as his own summer residence. Since 1775
 the Belvedere  has housed the imperial picture gallery - later
 transferred to  Museum of Art History. Since 1903 the Austrian
 Gallery museum with world largest Klimt collection resides here.
 Connections by public transport: U-Bahn U1 with getting-off
 on the stop Südtirolet Platz and tram no. 0, 18, and D
 with getting-off on the stop SüdBahnhof.
 More info on public
 transport in Vienna, prices here.


Our tip: Refreshment in Restaurant Böhmerwald or in Restaurant Puntigamerhof

Vienna, Schmetterlinghaus

 Tip 5:  Butterfly house (Schmetterlinghaus)

 The tropical butterfly house is located in the centre of the
 city just 200 meters from the opera building. In natural rain
 forest environment you can see and be amazed by hundreds
 of live, free-flying tropical butterflies.
 More info: www.schmetterlinghaus.at.

 Connections by public transport: U-Bahn U1, U2 and U4 with
 getting-off on the stop Karlsplatz and tram no. 1, 2, 62, 65, D
 and J with getting-off on the stop Karlsplatz/Oper..
 
 
More info on public transport in Vienna, prices here.
 
Our tip: Refreshment in Restaurant Café Oper Wien

Vienna, Albertina

 Tip 6: Albertina museum & gallery

 Albertina houses one of the largest graphic art collections in
 the world with cca 44000 drawings and 1 milion old master
 prints (Leonardo da Vinci, Michalangelo, Raffael, Rubens,
 Rembrandt, Dürer) + modern graphic works. Albertina is located
 in the centre of the city just 100 meters from the opera building.
 More info: www.albertina.at


 Connections by public transport: U-Bahn U1, U2 and U4 with
 getting-off on the stop Karlsplatz and tram no. 1, 2, 62, 65,
 D and J with getting-off on the stop Karlsplatz/Oper. More
 info
on public transport in Vienna, prices here.

 Our tip: Refreshment in Café Oper Wien, lunch in WOK & MORE

Vienna, Karlskirche (St. Charles´s Church)

 Tip 7:  Church of St. Charles Borromeo (Karlskirche)

 St. Charles´s Church built in Baroque Rococo style was
 completed 1737 on behalf of Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor
 The building of the church had
started after a great plaques
 epidemic in 1713  with 9000 victimes in Vienna. It was
 dedicated to St. Charles Borromeo - a healer for plaque
 sufferers.

 Connections by public transport: U-Bahn U1, U2 and U4 with
 getting-off on the stop Karlsplatz and tram no. 1, 2, 62, 65
 D and J with getting-off on the stop 
Karlsplatz/Oper.
 More info on public transport in Vienna, prices
here.
 Our tip: Refreshment in
Café Oper Wien, or lunch WOK & MORE

Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum

 Tip 8:  Museum of Art History (Kunsthistorisches Museum)

 Kunsthistorisches Museum is one of the oldiest museums of
 the fine arts and decorative arts in the world and it houses 
 one of the most important art collections in the world - known is
 mainly the Bruegel picture collection. Also masterpieces by 
 Caravaggio, Lucas Cranach, Anton van  Dyck,
 Il Guernico,
 Dürer, Giorgione, Hans Holbein, Raffael, Rembrandt, Guido Reni,
 Rubens, Tiepolo, Tintoretto, Titian, Velasquez, Veronese,
Fetti,
 Vermeer van Delf, Canaletto, Correggio etc you can see here.

 
Connections by public transport: U-Bahn U2 and U3, getting-off
 on the stop Volkstheater and tram no. 1, 2, 46, 57A, 49, D, and J
 with getting-off on the stop Dr.-Karl-Renner- Ring or Burgring.
 
 
More info on public transport in Vienna, prices here.
 Our tip: Discount souvenir in RepícArt Shop

Vienna, Imperial Court Theater (Burgtheater)

 Tip 9: Burgtheater (Imperial Court Theater)

 Burgtheater (Imperial Court Theater) built 1748 and fprmer
 known as K.K. Theater an der Burg or later as K.K.
 Hofburgtheater is the Austrian National Theater in Vienna today.
 It is one of the most important German language theatres in the
 world. More info: www.burgtheater.at

 Connections by public transport: U-Bahn U2 with getting-off
 on the stop Rathausplatz and tram no. 1, 2, and D
 with getting-off on the stop Burgtheater as well as tram no.
 46, 49 and J with getting-off on the stop Rathausplatz, Burg-
 theater or Stadiongasse, Parlament (J).
 
More info onpublic transport in Vienna, prices here.
 Our tip: Refreshment in Restaurant  Czech cuisine

Vienna, Hundertwasserhaus

 Tip 10: Hundertwasserhaus

 Hundertwasserhaus is a rare apartment house in the 3rd district
 of Vienna with a roof covered with the earth, grass and bushes 
 and with large trees on balcony and inside the rooms - an
 unique living space honoring both the natural world and  maybe
 architecture of the future ...
 Connections by public transport: tram no. N with getting-off on
 the stop Hetzgasse and U-Bahn U3 and U4 with getting-off on
 the stop Landstrassener Hauptstrasse and  then 10 min. on
 foot following the route: U-Bahn stop Landstrassener
 Hauptstrasse - Marxergasse - Seidlgasse - Kegelgasse -
 Hundertwasser-KrawinaHaus.
 More info on public transport in Vienna, prices here.

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