Vienna, the capital city of Austria is one of the most visited cities in Europe. It is situated on the banks of the Danube River and treasures rich history and charm. Vienna has been the entranceway between East and West Europe. The city has a distinctive flair and it is a major cultural and commercial hub. The cosmopolitan atmosphere of Vienna attracts millions of tourists. Known for its impressive coffeehouses, ancient architecture, and horse cabs, Vienna is a must-visit tourist destination.
Visit Jewish Museum
Jewish Museum in Vienna is the oldest in the globe and it was founded in 1895. In 1938, Jewish Museum was plundered by Nazis and still many valuable things are missing. The Jewish Museum you witness in Vienna today was founded in 1988 and it was moved to Dorotheergasse in 1993. Here you can know all about the city’s Jews ranging from the Middle age to date.
Walk around Museums Quartier
MQ treasures everything ranging from cafes, bars, restaurants, and a mini golf course to the Egon Schiele collection. The Leopold Museum is home to paintings and works by renowned artists. You can also go to the courtyard and enjoy with locals on any geometric blocks.
Explore Kunsthistorisches Museum
Kunsthistorisches Museum is home to marvelous art collections of the Hapsburg royal family. Here you can witness an exciting collection of Dutch art and works by Pieter Bruegel the Elder and the masterpiece Tower of Babel.
Discover Imperial Schönbrunn Palace and Gardens
This is worth visiting the palace with its astounding architecture and magnificent park-like setting. The 18 century Schonbrunn Palace is a top tourist attraction in Vienna. This giant palace comprises more than 1,441 rooms.
Worth-seeing Belvedere Palace
Belvedere Palace is two magnificent Baroque buildings i.e. the Lower Belvedere and the Upper Belvedere. Upper Palace comprises the Ground Floor Hall, the Ceremonial Staircase, stucco, and frescoes. Marble Hall is a worth-seeing two-storied hall with several paintings, sculptures, and ceiling frescoes.
Enjoy at the Vienna State Opera House
It is the most impressive theater in Vienna and hosted many esteemed soloists, conductors, composers, and dancers. Throughout the year about 300 performances are staged. The present Opera House was made in 1869 and you can witness the French Early Renaissance style and grand interiors.
Visit St. Stephen's Cathedral
The cathedral church is the most important Gothic construction in Vienna situated at the heart of the city. The 13th-century Romanesque church replaced the old church whose remains are the Heathen towers and the massive gate.
Hop-on hop-off bus tour
Sightseeing hop-on hop-off buses are a good option to explore Vienna especially when you don’t want to engage in public transport. Hop-on hop-off buses offer guided city tours that allow you to explore popular landmarks hassle-free. Some tours include skip-the-line tickets to different attractions and make excursions comfortable. Wi-Fi is available on board and an audio guide helps you know more about the place. Different duration tickets are available so you can choose the one accordingly.