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Palace
“It's the place where Maria Theresia was located at the end of the 17th century. The palace was build by the baroque architect Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach. You should also see the garden. It is beautiful”
  • Recomendado por 314 habitantes locales
Antro
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“The Prater is an amusement park in the middle of Vienna. There are roller coasters, carousels, a ferris wheel, restaurants and much more.”
  • Recomendado por 313 habitantes locales
Mercado
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“The Vienna Naschmarkt has something for every taste. Great to visit on sunny days. Place to be for the beautiful people ;)”
  • Recomendado por 451 habitantes locales
Zapatería
“Viennese people go there for shopping. Its a long street full of shops. Start at Westbahnhof and walk down to Museumsquartier. ”
  • Recomendado por 298 habitantes locales
Palace
“Belvedere Palace is the former residence of the Austrian Prince Eugene of Savoy. The Upper and Lower Belvedere are in a beautiful park and in each part there are fantastic art collections to see, such as: B. by Gustav Klimt. Visit the orangery and the castle stables to discover more art treasures.”
  • Recomendado por 190 habitantes locales
Museo de arte
“You should see this one. The quality of the exhibitions are outstanding and you can also find an egyptian and near eastern collection and a collection of greek and roman antiques”
  • Recomendado por 156 habitantes locales
Iglesia
“The Stephansdom Vienna with the famous Pummerin bell is a world wide known cultural possession and one of Vienna landmarks. The local people use also the name Steffel for this impressive cathedral. Pummerin Bell: In 1951 the new Pummerin was casted in St. Florian partly out the material of the old bell which tumbled down at the fire in 1945. It was pulled up in 1957 onto the 68 m high north tower. The biggest and heaviest bell of Austria weighs 21.383 kg. Stephansdom data and facts: To reach the top room of the high tower, which is the 137 m high south tower and also commonly known as Steffl, you need to climb 343 steps.The cathedral itself is 107 m long and 34 m wide. The central aisle is 28 m high and the three choir halls are 22 m high. Visitor Info: The cathedral of Vienna is definitely worth a visit. The entrance to this imposing building is free, but only some areas may be visited without paying an entrance fee. For the main area of the cathedral a guided tour by audio guide is available for around 6,00 Euro. At this tour you will see numerous art historical and architectural highlights like paintings, altars and sculptures. Both towers offer an impressive view over the city center. Of course you need to pay an entrance fee for this experience. The elevator onto the north tower with Pummerin bell costs approx. 6,00 Euro. For the south tower you have to pay only about 5,00 Euro, but you must tackle the 343 steps on foot. Who prefers to step downstairs instead of upstairs, can also visit the catacombs in a guided tour (approx. 6,00 Euro). In the Bischofsgruft you can find the urns of the Habsburger and the tomb monument for emperor Friedrichs II, which is made of red marble. You may visit all the tours listed above at a reasonable price with an all-inclusive ticket. This ticket costs around 14,90 Euro. www.stephanskirche.at All-Inclusive Ticket cheaper at Tiqets* with 10% discount code 10CWTQ”
  • Recomendado por 175 habitantes locales
Bus Station
“Best view in of Vienna on top of the Kahlenberg, there are also on the way up some "Heurige" (Winery) where you can get a good glass of wine and food. Also on top of the mountain there is a Spa with a really nice view. ”
  • Recomendado por 107 habitantes locales
Museo de arte
“One of my favourite museums in vienna: very good exhibition quality and a mix of modern art with Albrecht Dürer”
  • Recomendado por 142 habitantes locales
Palace
“For more than seven centuries, the Habsburg empire was ruled from the Hofburg Imperial Palace. Today, the Gothic Imperial Chapel, where the Vienna Boys’ Choir performs during High Mass on Sunday, is a remnant of the Imperial Palace during the Middle Ages. In the middle of the city center, you can marvel at the splendor and magnificence that made up the everyday life of the former imperial family on a visit of the private chambers and staterooms. Numerous museums and collections represent the imperial family’s passion for art. The Imperial Palace, which until 1918 was inhabited by the imperial family, was originally a castle built in the thirteenth century, which was extended to a splendid residence in accordance with the increasing power of the Habsburgs and the expansion of their realm. Today, the Imperial Palace houses the office of the Federal President as well as an important congress center and numerous art collections.”
  • Recomendado por 113 habitantes locales
Opera House
“The Vienna State Opera cannot only been seen in movies like 'Mission Impossible:4' but be experienced live here in Vienna. Especially in the evenings you get to see its full magnificence. ”
  • Recomendado por 146 habitantes locales
Museum
“With its 30 million collection objects, the Natural History Museum Vienna is one of the best in the world: highlights such as the Venus von Willendorf, the huge meteorite collection, specimens of extinct animals, models of terrifying dinosaurs and a digital planetarium attract visitors to Haus am Ring every year.”
  • Recomendado por 101 habitantes locales
Parque
“Founded in 1718, the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory is the second-oldest in Europe. Now as then, porcelain is made and painted by hand. This makes each piece unique. The designs of Augarten porcelain have been created in cooperation with notable artists ever since the manufactory first opened its doors. Artists of all epochs have designed masterpieces - the spectrum ranges from Baroque to modern over more than 25,000 products. The “Viennese Rose” is a famous decoration from the Biedermeier period, while the world-famous melon service was created by Josef Hoffmann in 1929. Young designers work on modern shapes and reduced decoration, while simultaneously continuing the 300-year-old tradition. Individual customer requests are also implemented to perfection. The elegant porcelainware can be purchased in the store of the porcelain manufactory or at the flagship store in Vienna city center.”
  • Recomendado por 148 habitantes locales
Plaza para peatones
“The famous Austrian shopping street from the Opera to St. Stevens Cathedral”
  • Recomendado por 119 habitantes locales
Iglesia
“Visiting the famous St. Stephen's Cathedral is a must, if you want to see a monument of the baroque. It was build in 1137 and has gone through a lot of difficulties. Some parts were demolished and there has been also a fire blight. If you catch up the opening hours, you might probably see the catacombs as well.”
  • Recomendado por 158 habitantes locales
Island
“The Donauinsel is a small island in the Danube river, which resulted when the river was regulated in the last century. Today it is a paradise for cyclists, joggers, inline skaters as well as locals who just want to hang out and slow down from the hectic city life. Tourists can rent a bike and take a tour on the island, which is great fun with family and friends. As the island is very flat it is very comfortable to ride a bike there. A great event happens every year in the summer holidays. Then the Donauinsel turns into the biggest free-of-charge open air festival of Europe. A must-see in Vienna. Special tip Good to know: Free Wifi on the whole islands. Nearest underground stations: "Donauinsel" (U1), "Neue Donau" (U6)”
  • Recomendado por 166 habitantes locales

Los mejores restaurantes

Mercado
“The Vienna Naschmarkt has something for every taste. Great to visit on sunny days. Place to be for the beautiful people ;)”
  • Recomendado por 451 habitantes locales
Restaurante
“Enjoy your breakfast, lunch or dinner on a boat! They serve great food. It's advised to reserve a table before you visit.”
  • Recomendado por 145 habitantes locales
Restaurante austriaco
“Order the special Tafelspitz is a typical food. I like it more than the world famous Schnitzel, is a must do in Vienna if you like meat. ”
  • Recomendado por 99 habitantes locales
Restaurante japonés
“Mochi is a one of a kind Asian fusion restaurant with high-quality ingredients, creative cooking and a wonderful selection of Austria n wines and Japanese sake ”
  • Recomendado por 105 habitantes locales
Jardín cervecero
“Great Austrian food located in the heart of the Vienna Prater. Make sure you try the “Stelze!” (pork knuckles)”
  • Recomendado por 87 habitantes locales
Pizzería
“Delicious ‚pizza Napoletana‘ and Italian wine. The crowd changes a lot depending on the hour, (families for lunch, groups and couple in the evening) the place always feels cozy and welcoming nonetheless. Reservation recommended when in a big group!”
  • Recomendado por 89 habitantes locales
Restaurante austriaco
“One of the most famous Wiener Schnitzel restaurants. It is always crowded. but normally it is possible to get a table in 15-20. Distance: 24 minutes with U3”
  • Recomendado por 71 habitantes locales
Pizzería
“One of the best pizzas in town if you should fancy it. Just 2 bus stops away”
  • Recomendado por 77 habitantes locales

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