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Places to Visit in Vienna

Take a stroll around the streets of Vienna, a city of cathedrals and palaces
Vienna Tourism

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The capital of Austria

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Tourist Places in Vienna

Vienna, famous as the city of music, boasts of a rich musical legacy and some visually enthralling architecture. The magnificent architectures, lakes, vineyards and churches are among the best places to visit in Vienna. Also, the capital city of Austria is a must visit for cycling lovers and those connoisseurs of art. Go through the famous tourist attractions in Vienna and embrace an enchanting natural canvas.

St. Stephan’s Cathedral is one of the must visit Vienna tourist attractions. It is a very important religious place, standing on the ruins of two earlier churches. It is the place that has the seat of Vienna’s ArchBishop and is called mother church of Vienna’s Roman Catholic Archdiocese. The ancient gothic architecture of the church, inspired by the Romans is an awe-inspiring visual delight one must not give it a miss.

Prater is one of oldest public as well as amusement parks in the world, with its mention dating back to 1162 A.D. Also called wiener Prater, it features a Prater Stadium aka Ernst Hoek Stadium, Hauptallee - main alley, and the Krieau Stadium. It is a one-stop destination for art, rides, museums, fun games and much more.

A museumsquartier, which stands eighth in the list of the largest areas in the world, imparts a rich cultural heritage and magnificent artefacts in the form of Baroque structures as well as the latest architectures. The 60, 000 sq.m. area boasts of both ancient and modern museums like Natural History Museum, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Leopold museum, Albertina etc. are must visit tourist attractions in Vienna for the art lovers. The contemporary art lovers have an option to choose between the Mumok museum and Secession Building. Besides, there is a dance school, art, music studios and newsrooms, art learning classes for children etc.

Burgtheater forms another must visit Vienna tourist attractions. Moulded in ancient Italian style from the Renaissance era, this is Europe’s largest theatre. About 800 seasonal performances lure over 4, 00,000 people to this place. Besides the theatre artists, the magnificent architecture of the building also attracts historic art lovers to the Burg Theatre.

The imperial Crypt, the beautiful Donauturm, the famous public squares of Maria-Theresien-Platz and Heldenplatz, KunstHausWien etc. are the other must visit tourist attractions in Vienna. Capuchin Church and the Church of Jesuits are other best places to visit in Vienna for the religious pals.

The ancient palaces are other famous tourist places in Vienna. They include palaces like Hofburg – a building housing many museums while flaunting its baroque architecture, art collection at the 18th Century Belvedere palace - and Schoenbrunn – another baroque masterpiece architecture featuring opulent interiors.  

Other famous places in Vienna are Vienna State Opera, Mozarthaus and the Austrian National Library etc. Besides, there are other amazing places to visit in Vienna like the flea markets, exhibitions and art galleries, Naschmarkt – the humongous food market, Rathaus – the gothic styled city hall,

The picturesque landscapes here are a perfect natural canvas, having a perfect rejuvenating aura. Take a walk by the Oxbow lake surrounding, Kurpark Oberlaa, the beautiful gardens, which are one of the famous tourist attractions in Vienna. For those lovers, an evening walk across the mesmerising landscapes is preferred. Music and theatre shows, gardens and lakes here are the best honeymoon places in Vienna.


The residence of the head of the state
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The Hofburg in Vienna


Michaelerkuppel, 1010 Wien, Austria

The former imperial palace in Vienna is referred to as the Hofburg. It had its inception in the 13th century and modifications to it extended to the future generations. The Habsburg dynasty rulers set...

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Enjoy a great day at the opera
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Vienna State Opera House


Opernring 2, 1010 Wien, Austria

The Vienna State Opera House happens to be an Opera house that is situated in Austria. Originally it was termed as Vienna court Opera. The work began in this building in 1861 and it went on to finish ...

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Austrian Parliament Building


Dr.-Karl-Renner-Ring 3, 1017 Wien, Austria

The Austrian Parliament building is a place where the two house of parliament go on to conduct their sessions. The foundation stone of the building was laid in 1874 and the construction of it was over...

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An architectural wonder
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Karlskirche in Vienna


Kreuzherrengasse 1, 1040 Wien, Austria

Karlskirche happens to be an architectural hybrid and it is connoted as a mixture of Greek along with Roman styles. Towards the starting stage of the 18th century, central Europe was hit by the Black ...

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Spanish Riding School in Vienna


Michaelerplatz 1, 1010 Wien, Austria

The Spanish riding school as the name connotes, is an age old school for Lipizzaner horses. They go on to showcase their skills in the winter driving school. It is not only an official hub for classic...

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A cathedral at its evergreen best
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St Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna


Stephansplatz 3, 1010 Wien, Austria

St Stephen’s Cathedral is also known by the name of Stephansdom, and is one of the most religious buildings in Vienna. It has been witness to many important events in the history of Austria and is one...

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Have a glimpse of The Belvedere Palace
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Belvedere Palace in Vienna


Prinz Eugen-Straße 27, 1030 Wien, Austria

The Belvedere Palace incidentally is one of the historical building complexes situated in Vienna, Austria. It is divided into a couple of Baroque palaces which is split into upper and lower Belvedere....

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Some of the most talented actors are here to entertain you
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National Theatre in Vienna


Universitätsring 2, 1010 Wien, Austria

The National Theater also goes by the name of The Burgtheater. It is located outside of the city hall at the famous Ring Boulevard. A tinge of history is attached to the formation of this place. Empre...

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Vienna City Hall


Friedrich-Schmidt-Platz 1, 1010 Wien, Austria

As remarked, the height of the tower is a whopping 97.9 m, and no way denying the fact that it is a symbol of Vienna. Vienna city hall is the official residence of the mayor and is the destination whe...

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What is the Vienna City Pass?

The Vienna PASS, a city card for tourists, is a sightseeing city card offering free entry to more than 60 attractions of Vienna.

Is the Vienna PASS also valid for public transport?

No, one needs to buy a separate travel card that gives unlimited access to the public transport of Vienna.

What is the best local transportation available in Vienna?

There are several types of local transportation available in Vienna, starting from the train service, buses and taxis to the metro service and shared transfers.

What is the official language spoken in Vienna?

The official language of Vienna is German, but most of the locals are able to understand and speak enough English to get by.

How many days are required to cover all the attractions of Vienna?

A week is required if you want to see all the major attractions of the city.