Our Top 5 Things To Do In Vienna
With a deep-rooted imperial past, Vienna has a rich history waiting to be discovered. As well as this, Vienna’s modern culture can be explored through the MuseumsQuartier and art galleries, which play an important part of Vienna today.
Top 5 things to do in Vienna
The old Imperial family’s summer residence, the Schönbrunn Palace is one of Vienna’s most popular attractions. Steeped in history and culture, it plays an important part in Vienna’s past and visitors can enjoy a tour through the old palace, through the Imperial apartments and out into the landscaped gardens, maze and Gloriette.
The main imperial palace and winter residence of the Habsburgs, Hofburg Palace is a must-see when you’re in Vienna. Home to the Spanish Riding School – where you can witness the best classic equestrian skills in the world – as well as the Imperial Apartments, Sisi Museum and Silver Collection, it has a wealth of culture to be explored.
The Albertina Museum is one of Vienna’s most impressive art galleries and houses one of the largest print rooms in the world and covers most works of art from photography through modern graphic and impressionism. If you’re a fan of Monet, Cézanne, Klimt and Picasso then the Albertina is one to visit – if anything for its stunning surroundings and 18th century architecture.
TOP TIPThe Vienna PASS is your ticket into over 60 attractions as well as these must-see sights. With free and fast track entry at many attractions, you'll be saving time and money with this all-inclusive package. The Vienna PASS also includes a Guidebook and optional travelcard, too, to make your sightseeing experience even better.
The Danube Tower offers some of the most spectacular views in all of Vienna. Up at 155m you can enjoy an unspoilt panorama around Vienna from its viewing platform for as far as the eye can see. As a working radio tower, it’s also home to a revolving restaurant and covered terrace. Don’t forget your camera…
The Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel has been turning since 1897, affording a unique view of the city on the Danube. It is visible from afar as an unmistakable landmark for the Viennese and for visitors. Whether you’re following in the footsteps of the legendary film “The Third Man” or simply want to enjoy the view of the city from a height of 64.75 m – you haven’t really visited Vienna until you’ve taken a ride on the Giant Ferris Wheel.
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