Three of Vienna's most iconic sights
The Ringstrasse boulevard is home to some of Vienna's most important architectural masterpieces and is the most important street in the city.
The Vienna State Opera is one of world's top opera houses, reknowned for the best in first-class productions. Discover how to visit it.
Learn all about the Austrian Parliament building: built as part of the Ringstrasse project, it remains one of its most important buildings to this day.
Three of Vienna's most famous palaces
Constructed in the 17th century, Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna is the enormous former summer residence of the Austrian imperial family.
The Hofburg Palace is one of the world's biggest palace complexes. With parts dating back to the 13th century, today it's Vienna's most popular monument.
The Belvedere was built as a summer residence for Prince Eugene of Savoy and the stunning Baroque palace complex is an unmissable visit in Vienna.
Other interesting places to see in Vienna
The Prater is a popular public park in Vienna and home to one of the oldest amusement parks in the world. Discover its historic beauty.
Hundertwasserhaus is a residential block in Vienna. Its original architecture is one of the most popular sights in the city.
Open 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.
The Imperial Crypt is located under Vienna's Capuchin Church, and is home to the tombs of many members of the Austrian royal family.
Founded in 1572, the Spanish Riding School has been located in the Hofburg since the 1730s. It is an incredible institution and one of Vienna's highlights.
Built in the 18th century, the Austrian National Library is one of the world's most beautiful historical libraries.
Other visits in Vienna
At over 820 feet tall, the Danube Tower (Donauturm) is the tallest structure in Vienna. From its observation deck you can enjoy panoramic city views.
Between 1784 and 1787, Mozart lived in this apartment in Domgasse with his family. Discover the great composer's only survivng residence in Vienna.
Flowers, fruit, bread and food stalls serving delicacies from all over the world are found at Naschmarkt, Vienna's most famous market.