Stunning Destinations in Vienna that you must Explore

Round off your European holiday with a trip to the top destinations in Vienna. The city is bustled with energy, lined with imperial palaces that narrate tales of monarchs.

The perfect destinations in Vienna

In the below given list,  I would suggest you some of the captivating destinations in Vienna that you must explore if you are taking a trip to this place with your loved ones.

Vienna Museum

Vienna Museum

In Vienna, the Vienna Museum is one of the most popular destinations in Vienna. It is a group of museums consisting of the museums of the history of the city. Moreover, it is the main building in Karlsplatz and the Hermesvilla, which includes numerous musician residences, specialized museums, and several archaeological excavations.

St. Stephen’s Cathedral

St. Stephen’s Cathedral

St. Stephen’s Cathedral is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vienna. Also, it is the most important religious building in Austria’s capital. Now, it becomes one of the city’s most recognizable symbols and has been indulged in many important events in the history of the nation.

Trams in Vienna

Trams in Vienna

The Vienna tramway network is one of the World’s largest tram networks, at about 180 km in total length and 1031 stations. It is also known as the lifeline of the public transport system in Vienna.

Belvedere

A historic building complex in Vienna, the Belvedere consists of two Baroque palaces, Palace Stables and the Orangery. In the third district of the city, the buildings are set in a Baroque park landscape, on the south-eastern edge of its center. The complex was built as a summer residence for Prince Eugene of Savoy.

Hofburg Palace

Located in Vienna, Hofburg Palace is a palace that has housed some of the most powerful people in European and Austrian history, including the Habsburg dynasty. At present, it serves as the official residence of the President of Austria.

Kunsthistorisches Museum

Often referred to as the “Museum of Fine Arts, The Kunsthistorisches Museum is an art museum in Vienna, which is housed in its festive palatial building on Ringstraße. The term ‘Kunsthistorisches Museum’ applies to both the institution and the main building.

Imperial Crypt

Also known as the Capuchin Crypt, the Imperial Crypt is a burial chamber beneath the Capuchin Church and monastery. It was founded in the year 1618, located on the Neuer Markt square of the Innere Stadt, near the Hofburg Palace. Since 1633, the place has been the prominent place of entombment for members of the House of Habsburg

Prater

Located in Vienna’s 2nd district Leopoldstadt, the Prater is a large amusement park, often simply called “Prater”, which stands in one corner of the Wiener Prater and includes the Wiener Riesenrad.

Vienna State Opera

Located in the center of Vienna, the Vienna State Opera is an opera house as well as an opera company with a history dating back to the mid-19th century. It was originally called the Vienna Court Opera. With the replacement of the Habsburg Monarchy by the first Republic of Austria, it was renamed the Vienna State Opera in the year 1920.

Museumsquartier

The Museumsquartier is the eighth largest cultural area in the world. It is 60,000 m² large in area, situated in the 7th district of the city of Vienna, Austria.

Stadtpark

The Stadtpark is a large municipal park, which is divided into two sections by the Wienfluss (Vienna River) and has a total surface area of 65,000 square meters (28 acres). The statues of well-known Viennese writers, artists, and composers, including Johann Strauss II, Hans Canon, Franz Schubert, Emil Jakob Schindler, and Anton Bruckner are located at the Stadtpark.

Austrian National Library

The Austrian National Library is the largest library, which is located in the Hofburg Palace in Vienna. The library was founded by the Habsburgs originally called the ‘Hof-Bibliothek’ and in 1920, its name changed to Austrian National Library. It includes four museums, as well as multiple special collections and archives.

Volksgarten

The Volksgarten is a public park in the Innere Stadt first district of Vienna, which was laid out by Ludwig Remy in 1821. The garden is a part of the Hofburg Palace, which was built over the city fortifications that were destroyed by Napoleon in 1809. Then, in 1823 the Volksgarten Park was opened to the public.

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