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Vienna insight

Let yourself be inspired by Vienna's historic and unique atmosphere and discover the cultural diversity of the vibrant city on the Danube. Welcome to an imperial journey through history full of enjoyment and tradition ... Welcome to Vienna!

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  • 40251 Hofburg

    The Imperial Palace

    As the former, historic epicentre of the vast Habsburg Empire, today the Viennese Imperial Palace remains one of the most culturally important monuments of the city.

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  • Schoenbrunn Palace

    Schoenbrunn Palace

    Schoenbrunn Palace – Empress Elizabeth’s former summer residence.

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  • Viennese Zoo

    Viennese Zoo

    With more than 2 million visitors each year, the oldest zoo in the world belongs to one of the most popular and famous sight-seeing spots found in the capital city.

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  • St. Stephen's Cathedral

    St. Stephen's Cathedral

    This now almost 580-year-old Viennese landmark is considered by tourists a must-see sightseeing point during a stay in Vienna.

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  • State Opera House

    State Opera House

    Welcome to the world capital of music!

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  • Giant Ferris Wheel

    Giant Ferris Wheel

    Only if you visit the Viennese Giant Ferris Wheel for a ride in one of the 15 gondolas have you really visited Vienna!

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  • The Third-Man-Tour

    The Third-Man-Tour

    Experience the old city centre of Vienna while going from location to location; this tour is offbeat, lively and exciting!

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  • Prater

    Prater

    An amuesement park meets nostalgic dreams and a green lung!

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  • The Coffeehouse Culture

    The Coffeehouse Culture

    Recognised in the last two years as a piece of World Intangible Heritage by UNESCO, Viennese coffeehouse culture lives up to its world-famous reputation for providing an oasis of comfort.

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  • Naturhistorisches Museum

    Naturhistorisches Museum

    As the mirror image of its twin, the "Kunsthistorisches Museum", the "Naturhistorisches Museum" offers visitors a small journey through time.

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  • Kunsthistorisches Museum

    Kunsthistorisches Museum

    Thanks to the comprehensive historical art collections of the former imperial court of the Habsburgs, the "Kunsthistorisches Museum" is one of the largest and simultaneously most important museums in the world.

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  • Albertina

    Albertina

    After several years of closure, the Albertina in Vienna was finally opened again in 2003 with new items and a new sense of modern glory.

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  • Naschmarkt

    Naschmarkt

    Colour, Taste and Culture!

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  • Krapfenwaldbad

    Krapfenwaldbad

    Sun-seekers and visitors in this swimming bath will enjoy this site’s great value.

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  • Fiaker

    A Fiaker-Ride through the city

    The city’s horse-drawn carriages are as much a part of Vienna's traditions as the Sacher torte and Wiener Schnitzel.

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  • Heurige

    Heurige above Vienna

    The classic Viennese "Heurigen" offers a cosy atmosphere, entertainment, fine wines from Vienna and matching culinary accompaniments.

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  • City Hall

    The City Hall

    With a proud tower height of 97.9 metres, the City Hall is one of the tallest buildings on the whole ring boulevard.

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  • Wachau

    Journey to the Wachau

    Start a trip in the green surrounding of Vienna - the Wachau – and enter a ship full of little surprises.

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