Tuesday, 25 October 2016
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St. Stephen's Cathedral

St. Stephen's Cathedral, Austria's most eminent Gothic edifice, houses a wealth of art treasures, parts of which can be visited only by guided tour.

Tip: You can climb the 343 steps to the watchman's room of the Steffl and enjoy the magnificent view ...

1, Stephansplatz
U1, U3: Stephansplatz
Tel +43 1 515 52-3526
Mon-Sat 6.00-22.00, Sun and public holidays 7.00-22.00
guided tour at € 4.50

Guided tours:
Mon - Sat 10.30, 15.00, Sun and holidays 15.00
Evening Tours with rooftop tour:
Sat 19.00

Vienna's Prater - The Giant Ferris Wheel ("Riesenrad")

Open all year, the Riesenrad is one of the most visited attractions of this metropolis. In 2008, the square "Riesenradplatz" re-opened with a new design. Well-presented, this entrance to the Prater amusement park provides guests with an nostalgic experience reminiscent reminiscent of the Prater from the1900s.

Also found on the Riesenradplatz is "Vienna Airlines"- an exciting flight simulator, which "takes off" five times per hour, gives an aerial view of Vienna's famous landmarks.


On a plot of land provided by the City Council, Joseph Olbrich built in 1897/98 for the union of pedagogic artists in Vienna an exhibition building in Art Nouveau style ("Jugendstil").

In 1985/86, the foliage-dome of the Secession, the "Golden Cabbage", was regildet and restored thanks to a donation from the U.S. ambassador in Vienna, Ronald Lauder and his wife Jo Carole. The architect Adolf Krischanitz led the restoration efforts.

On this occasion, the 34-meter-long Beethoven Frieze, a picturesque interpretation of Beethoven's 9th Symphony, created by Gustav Klimt for the Beethoven exhibition 1902, was mounted in a newly created space in the basement for permanent viewing.

1, Friedrichstraße 12
Metro, tram, bus: Karlsplatz / Oper
Tel +43 1 587 53 07
Tue - Sun and holidays 10.00 to 18.00, Thu 10.00 - 20.00
Exhibitions: € 4.50


Vienna's Ringstraße

Explore Vienna boulevard, its beautiful sights like the State Opera, Hofburg Palace, Parliament, City Hall, etc. while offering a multimedia audio-visual information system. At the stops, which are marked with the ring tram icon, you'll find the exact departure times (30 minute intervals!).

From the comfort of Vienna's ring tram, you can learn about Vienna's splendid boulevard, the ring road which encircles the old town. The tram operates year-round from 10-18.00 with extended hours (10-19.00) in July and August.

In the coaches (40 seats) LCD screens provide information about the highlights along the route, plus there is information in multiple languages through headphones.
The tram is in accordance with the hop-on, hop-off system and stops at selected stations for boarding and alighting. For the use of their, own tickets are provided.

Ring Round Tickets: 1 complete trip around the ring, with no exit route, duration 30 minutes; 24 hours ring tram ticket: entry and exit at every stop possible, valid 24 hours

Daily 10.00-18.00
July & August 10.00-19.00

Schönbrunn Palace

Schönbrunn, the former summer residence of the imperial family, is one of the most beautiful baroque palaces in Europe. For most of the year, the Habsburgs resided in numerous rooms for the large imperial family in addition to all the representational rooms.
In 1830, the Emperor Franz Joseph, who later married the enchanting Sisi and reigned from 1848-1916, was born here. His last years of life were spent entirely in the palace, which was passed two years after his death in the administration of the new republic. Today, by virtue of its historical significance, its unique grounds and its splendid furnishings, the Schönbrunn is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.



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