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Unlock the magic of Vienna

Vienna is steeped in history and imperial grandeur, the majestic palaces and monuments are found amongst one of the highest standards of living in the world, which is due in no small part to the relaxed coffeehouse and eatery vibe that the city exudes.

Attractions in Vienna

Ringstrasse
Emperor Franz Joseph commissioned this 5.3km boulevard, it houses some of Austria's most famous sites.
Vienna Rathaus
A neo-Gothic city hall built in 1883, it's regarded as the pinnacle of the Ringstrasse's 19th century sites.
Hundertwasserhaus
A group of houses designed by Hundertwasser; with his typical vividly colourful, winding style.
Hofburg Imperial Palace
The home of the Habsburg dynasty between the 13th and 20th Century, it is built with stunning architecture.
Vienna's Jewish Quarter
A lasting memory of the once thriving Jewish community in Vienna, Sigmund Freud being the most famous member.
St Stephens Cathedral
A defining symbol of the city, Vienna's beloved Stephansdom was built in the 1137 and is a Gothic gem.
Belvedere Palace
A fine baroque palace built for Prince Eugene of Savoy after his victory over the ottoman empire.
Schönbrunn Palace
The summer house for the Hasburg's rulers, it has become one of the most important cultural sites in Austria.
Sigmund Freud's house
A museum documenting the (in)famous psychoanalyst's life story with an intro to the theories he worked on.
Viennese Coffee Houses
Vienna's famous cafes have been an vital part of the city since the first one opened in the 17th century.
Sausage Stands
The Viennese sausage is so popular it has its own subculture, try it at the sausage stands around the city .
Naschmarkt
A vast emporium, created in the 16th Century, which sells Austrian, Turkish and Eastern European delicacies.
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