Opernring 2, Vienna, Vienna 1010
The Vienna State Opera is one of the most famous opera houses in the world. As the first building on the Ring-Street of Vienna it was the fundament of the imperial Ring. The Opera was opened in 1869 and is known as well for the very famous Opernball - a dance taking place each February. You can do a tour during the day or enjoy one of the glamorous events in the evening.
Stephansplatz 3, Vienna, Vienna 1010
The St. Stephans Cathedral which is called “Steffl” by the locals, is Vienna’s cultural landmark. The highest of its famous towers measures a hight of 137 meters. After 343 steps you will reach the top of the tower and enjoy a super impressive view over Vienna. Within the tower there is as well its “holy” bell called Pummerin. The bell was destroyed during the war and reconstructed – now it is ringing each New Year’s Eve precisely at midnight.
Schönbrunner Schlossstrasse 47, Vienna, Vienna 1130
The imperial palace of Schönbrunn with its gardens is a definite must see in Vienna. On a tour through the inside of the pompous palace you can relive the times of the former imperiators. Originally planned as a hunting lodge, the huge palace later got a summer residence for Maria Theresia. The imperiator Franz Joseph then changed it to his all year residence. Walking up the little hill in the gardens behind the palace, you'll find the Gloriette with its stunning view.
Riesenradplatz 7, Vienna, Vienna 1020
The "Wiener Prater" or as well called "Würstelprater" is known as the viennese attraction park. With its big ferris wheel it is famous throughout the boarders of Vienna and even Austria. But in reality, the Prater is much more than a theme park, it is a huge recreation area in the second district of Vienna with a lot of grassland, sport centers for all kinds of activities and very popular amongst locals for running, walking and cycling.
Burgring 7, Vienna, Vienna 1010
As one of the most important museums, the natural history museum is located right in between the museums quarter and the famous Hofburg palace. With more than 30 million collection objects, it's one of the most important natural museums worldwide and one of the largest museums in Austria.
Maria-Theresien Platz, Vienna, Vienna 1010
The art history museum of Vienna is located right beside the museums quarter and was opened in 1891. Over the years it became one of the most important museums worldwide - you may find collection objects from over 5000 years. Beside the impressing museum with all its exhibitions, you will find as well an imposing restaurant within this historic building.
Prinz-Eugen-Strasse 27, Vienna, Vienna 1030
Prince Eugen from Savoyen decided after the wins of the Turkish wars to treat himself with a palace in Vienna, built on the model of the palace of Versailles. The palace consisting of two buildings and a huge baroque garden in between got very famous as well in 1955. On May 1st, a very important day for Austria, the State Treaty of Vienna of 1955 was signed on the Belvedere's Balcony. Today it is one of Austria's most famous museums.
Heldenplatz, Vienna, Vienna 1010
Until the year 1918 Vienna's Imperial Palace was the residence of the emperor's family. The imposing, historical buidling is located in Vienna's first district and is today not only the place of work for our president, but does at well host a gallery with a lot of historic art work.
Wienzeile, Vienna, Vienna 1040
The vibrant Nachmarkt is around the corner of our hotel and the place where locals gather at all times of the day. Besides the many different spices, all kinds of fruits and vegetables and other specialities you can buy there, you find a lot of different types of bars and restaurants with cuisines from all over the world. Furthermore a flea market takes place every Saturday morning – if you want to find something extraordinary, start at 6 am and take your time to find a hidden treasure.
Simmeringer Hauptstrasse 234, Vienna, Vienna 1110
With some of its graves built in art noveau, the Central cemetery got a special but famous sight in Vienna. You can even take a guided tour, as the cemetery counts to the three biggest cemeteries in Europe. Besides the graves of Austria's presidents, many people go to the cemetery as well to visit the graves of Austrian musicians and legends like Falco or Udo Jürgens.