Vienna AirportLearn all about Vienna International Airport and how to travel to and from the city centre.
Vienna Airport - Introducing Vienna]]>
RingstrasseThe Ringstrasse boulevard is home to some of Vienna's most important architectural masterpieces and is the most important street in the city.
Ringstrasse - Introducing Vienna]]>
Vienna State OperaThe Vienna State Opera is one of world's top opera houses, reknowned for the best in first-class productions.
Vienna State Opera - Introducing Vienna]]>
Austrian ParliamentLearn all about the Austrian Parliament building: built as part of the Ringstrasse project, it remains one of its most important buildings to this day.
Austrian Parliament - Introducing Vienna]]>
Schonbrunn PalaceConstructed in the 17th century, Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna is the enormous former summer residence of the Austrian imperial family.
Schonbrunn Palace - Introducing Vienna]]>
Hofburg PalaceThe Hofburg Palace is one of the world's biggest palace complexes.
Hofburg Palace - Introducing Vienna]]>
Belvedere PalaceThe Belvedere was built as a summer residence for Prince Eugene of Savoy and the stunning Baroque palace complex is an unmissable visit in Vienna.
Belvedere Palace - Introducing Vienna]]>
HundertwasserhausHundertwasserhaus is a residential block in Vienna.
Hundertwasserhaus - Introducing Vienna]]>
Spanish Riding SchoolFounded in 1572, the Spanish Riding School has been located in the Hofburg since the 1730s.
Spanish Riding School - Introducing Vienna]]>
Austrian National LibraryBuilt in the 18th century, the Austrian National Library is one of the world's most beautiful historical libraries.
Austrian National Library - Introducing Vienna]]>
MozarthausBetween 1784 and 1787, Mozart lived in this apartment in Domgasse with his family.
Mozarthaus - Introducing Vienna]]>
Danube TowerAt over 820 feet tall, the Danube Tower (Donauturm) is the tallest structure in Vienna.
Danube Tower - Introducing Vienna]]>
Art History MuseumThe stunning architecture as much as the fascinating contents of Vienna's Art History Museum are worth a visit.
Art History Museum - Introducing Vienna]]>
Albertina MuseumMonet, Renoir, Cezanne, Metisse, MirĂ³, Picasso.
Albertina Museum - Introducing Vienna]]>
Natural History MuseumExperience the diversity of nature and travel back in time to the beginnings of our culture without leaving Vienna.
Natural History Museum - Introducing Vienna]]>
Imperial Carriage Museum The Imperial Carriage Museum in Vienna contains one of the best collections of historic vehicles in the world.
Imperial Carriage Museum - Introducing Vienna]]>
Clock MuseumJourney through time at Vienna's Clock Museum, home to one of Europe's most impressive collections of timepieces.
Clock Museum - Introducing Vienna]]>
Globe MuseumThe only public museum in the world devoted to globes, this fascinating collection is well worth a visit.
Globe Museum - Introducing Vienna]]>
Military History MuseumVienna's Military History Museum is home to a number of exhibitions showcasing the achievements of the Austrian military since the 16th century.
Military History Museum - Introducing Vienna]]>
Vienna MuseumThe Wien Museum tells the story of the Austrian capital from its beginnings to the current day.
Vienna Museum - Introducing Vienna]]>
Hundertwasser MuseumThe Hundertwasser Museum is home to a collection of works by the painter Freidrich Hundertwasser, born in Vienna in 1928.
Hundertwasser Museum - Introducing Vienna]]>
Imperial Furniture CollectionThe Imperial Furniture Depository was founded in 1747 by Empress Maria Theresia; today it showcases thousands of pieces of Habsburg family furniture.
Imperial Furniture Collection - Introducing Vienna]]>
Sigmund Freud MuseumVienna's Freud Museum is located in the house in which the father of psychoanalysis lived and worked for almost 50 years.
Sigmund Freud Museum - Introducing Vienna]]>
Vienna CathedralLocated in Stephansplatz in the heart of Vienna, Stephansdom Cathedral is one of the city's greatest symbols.
Vienna Cathedral - Introducing Vienna]]>
KarlskircheBaroque church built by Charles VI to commemorate the end of the plague epidemic, dedicated to revered healer of plague sufferers Charles Borromeo.
Karlskirche - Introducing Vienna]]>
PeterskircheInspired by St Peter's Basilica in Rome, this Baroque church is built on the site of one of the oldest churches in Vienna.
Peterskirche - Introducing Vienna]]>
VotivkircheVienna's majestic Votive Church is a striking example of Neo-Gothic architecture, built following a failed assassination attempt on Emperor Franz Joseph.
Votivkirche - Introducing Vienna]]>
Imperial CryptThe Imperial Crypt is located under Vienna's Capuchin Church, and is home to the tombs of many members of the Austrian royal family.
Imperial Crypt - Introducing Vienna]]>
StadtparkOpen to the public since 1862, the 'City Park' or Stadtpark is a favourite of both the Viennese and of tourists who visit the Austrian capital.
Stadtpark - Introducing Vienna]]>
NaschmarktFlowers, fruit, bread and food stalls serving delicacies from all over the world are found at Naschmarkt, Vienna's most famous market.
Naschmarkt - Introducing Vienna]]>
PraterThe Prater is a popular public park in Vienna and home to one of the oldest amusement parks in the world.
Prater - Introducing Vienna]]>
BratislavaLearn how to visit Bratislava from Vienna and what to see in the city.
Bratislava - Introducing Vienna]]>
SalzburgThe birthplace of Mozart, Salzburg is a city that will captivate you with its charm.
Salzburg - Introducing Vienna]]>