Vienna
One of the most beautifull
cities of Europe

What to see in Vienna?

Schönbrunn

The origins of Schönbrunn can be found in the 17th cent. The appearance is influenced through the building activities of Maria Theresa, in the 18th cent.

St. Stephen's Cathedral

The Cathedral is a world wide known cultural asset and symbol of Vienna. The Romanesque church in the heart of Vienna was consecrated in 1147 and is 136m high.

Hofburg palace

The Hofburg was the residence for the Habsburger emperor family from the 13th cent. until 1918. Since 1945 it has been the residence of the Austrian President

Parliament

According to the plans of architect Theophil Hansen it was built between 1874 and 1883. Nowadays it is used as residence for the National and Federal council

Rathaus

The architect Friedrich von Schmidt had built the administrative headquarter in a neo–Gothic style for the mayor from 1872–1882

Stadpark

The approximately 65.000 m² City Park Vienna that was designed in an English style, has been the biggest park area in the centre of the city since 1862

Opera hause

The Vienna Opera House is the First House at the Ring and therefore an impressive building in the Ringstraße as well as a worldwide known opera house

Kärntnerstraße

Build in Roman Age as an important connection from the centre to the city wall. Today Kärntnerstrasse is one of the main shopping streets in the city

Prater

Amusement park for many people, oasis of greenery for almost everyone and the location of the Giant Ferris Wheel, one of the most famous landmarks of Vienna

Belvedere

It was built in the baroque style in the 18th cent., was the summer residence of Prince Eugene of Savoy, who was a general of the Imperial army