Experiences You Won't Want To Miss During Your Visit To Vienna



Vienna is a shining city that emphasizes its history, as you can tell by many of its attractions. Visiting the city will be such an unforgettable experience that unlike any others in your life so far and with plenty to explore for anyone who loves culture like art or music - it's hard not to fall in love with this place!


Vienna is a city that will not let you get bored. With so many cultural offerings, it's nearly impossible to be stuck with nothing to do while visiting this place! Whether you love art, architecture, or music of any type (classical included), Vienna has something for everyone and won't disappoint when exploring what the City of Music offers its visitors. So, before you book your flight to the City of Music, check out some of these experiences you can't miss out on once you're there!


Schönbrunn Palace

The Schönbrunn Palace was built in 1696 as a hunting lodge and later became the luxurious home to one of Europe's most influential royal families. The palace is now open for visitors, with tours through apartments belonging to this once-powerful family that includes priceless paintings, historical statues from all over Austria, and intricate tapestries, among other treasures. One can also visit what has become known as "Europe's Most Beautiful Garden" before taking time out for some light shopping on your way back down into Vienna city center.


St. Stephen's Cathedral

This stunningly beautiful cathedral is Vienna's most cherished structure. This 12th Century gothic cathedral has more history than you could ever imagine. Having mourners come to pay their respects for the funerals of Amadeus Mozart and Napoleon Bonaparte in 1805; surviving two attacks during World War II when the Germans bombed it on April 10th, 1945, only weeks before they surrendered at nearby Schönbrunn Palace on May 8th, 1945.


Kunsthistorisches Museum

This museum of fine arts features a considerable assortment of masterpieces created by none other than some of the absolute greatest artists ever to live. Titian, Van Dyke, Velasquez, and Rubens are all on display here with their works hanging or sitting on the walls as if they were living paintings themselves waiting for someone who might come along; so many people have viewed these fantastic pieces in awe!


Naschmarkt

No matter what you require, the Naschmarkt has it. From fresh produce to meats and everything else under the sun - this outdoor market is your one-stop-shop for all things food-related! Every week from Monday through Friday, vendors set up their stands at varying hours each day so that people can find just about anything they could ever want or need while browsing around such a large area. There's even plenty of room to sit down with friends and family members after filling up on some delicious local cuisine courtesy of any number of cafes which boast tasty dishes fit for every kind of palate imaginable.


Tiergarten

The Tiergarten is not just the oldest zoo in Europe. It's also one of the most diverse. The menagerie opened up in 1,752 with an exotic mix of moose and tigers but now houses nearly 9,000 animals from aardvarks to zebras!


House of Music (Haus der Musik)

The small museum that sits on the corner of a busy city street is not like any other. It features works from some of the most famous composers, including Mozart, Beethoven, Mahler, and Strauss. Walk through all exhibits to learn how we hear sounds and see manuscripts written by these historic musicians pictured in this small gallery with soundbites playing throughout.


Vienna State Opera

As the city's most beloved performing house, visitors to Vienna should not miss a chance to see and experience what it is like inside. Booking a guided tour gives you an opportunity for insight into all of this opera house's beauty and wonder from behind-the-scenes access throughout its halls as well as up close in intimate spaces with personal stories about some of history's best composers.


MuseumsQuartier Wien

The museum of the world's largest and most impressive collection of museums is right outside Ringstrasse. From Leopold to Andy Warhol, everyone has exhibited in this large building surrounded by fountains with benches set out on nearby lawns. Spend a day here if you want to be dazzled!


Hofburg Palace

The Hofburg Palace is a grand and sprawling complex that can take up your entire day. There are several excellent attractions inside to see, so make sure you have time for them all! The Swiss Court has beautiful paintings on display, while the Imperial Apartments were once home to Austria's emperors.


Belvedere Palace

The Belvedere Palace is a unique and stunning combination of two palaces. The first palace was built in the 17th Century by Austrian Prince Eugene under orders from his father Ferdinand II to commemorate their victory at Vienna against Ottoman forces led by Kara Mustafa Pasha. This beautiful French-style garden features Baroque architecture with some authentic paintings on display as well!


Museum Judenplatz

In the 13th century, this picturesque museum was designated as a Jewish Ghetto. Today it is one of Vienna's most famous museums and shows how Viennese Jews were instrumental in creating Austria's capital city. The building that houses these exhibits once served as one of the largest synagogues ever existed before its conversion into a historical site for tourists and locals during WWII.


Does Vienna sound even more appealing now that you have learned about some of these one-of-a-kind experiences? Well, contact us today and get ready to start planning your next memorable experience!

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