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Don't waste your time waiting in line! On this city tour, get a delightful taste of Vienna's cultura...
3 hours 30 minutes
Experience the best of Vienna, including the Schönbrunn Palace, on this 3.5-hour city highlight...
Self Guided Tour: 1 hour <br />Dinner: 6:30pm<br />Concert duration: 1,5 hours with intermission
Treat yourself to a Schönbrunn Palace experience with a combination ticket that includes an aud...
Spend a romantic evening at the Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna. Enjoy a delicious 3-course meal at the ...
Enjoy the impressive Strudel Show in the court bakery of the Café Residenz in Vienna. See how tradit...
Enjoy a romantic evening at the magnificent Schönbrunn Palace with this fantastic package. Learn mor...
Admire and explore the magnificent Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna. Enjoy the royal sounds of the orange...
Enjoy a spectacular concert in the magical Schönbrunn Palace, the sparkling diamond of Vienna and a ...
Skip the lines for this informative walking tour of the Schönbrunn Palace. Follow your guide to gain...
Visit the Baroque gem in Austria’s crown on this small-group half-day Schönbrunn Palace tour in...
Explore the former summer residence of the Austrian court on a 3-hour afternoon tour of the Schönbru...
Enjoy a 3-hour tour of Schönbrunn Palace and its magnificent gardens with a historian as your guide....
Explore the house and gardens of the jewel in Vienna’s crown on this private half-day Schönbrun...
See an opera at Vienna’s magnificent Schönbrunn Palace! Performed by Wiener Kammeroper (Vienna ...
Get a taste of royal life at Vienna’s Schönbrunn Palace Gardens (Schlosspark Schoenbrunn) during th...
Explore Vienna at your own pace on this hop-on hop-off bus tour. Get on and off whenever you want at any of 37 stops all...
Discover the imperial sites of Vienna with a Classic Ticket for the hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus. Jump off at any of t...
Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1996.
Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1996. It is the ultimate palace experience in Vienna, because the Habsburg summer palace can be found here. It is comparable in grandeur to Versailles and is definitely a must-see in Vienna. Its zoo is the oldest in the world, built for Maria Theresa's husband in 1752. The palace has seen its fair share of excitement over the years, including a meeting between John F. Kennedy and Nikita Khruschchev at the height of the cold war. The Palace Park offers a lot of attractions, such as the Privy Garden, a maze and labyrinth, and the top-of-the-hill Gloriette with its Panorama Terrace. There are two possible tours available, the Imperial Tour showing 22 rooms and the Grand Tour showing 40 rooms. Entrance includes audio or written guide. The shorter tour takes you into the west wing including the apartments of Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Elisabeth (Sisi), as well as the imposing state rooms in the central wing. With the Grand Tour you can also visit the 18th-century rooms from the time of Maria Theresa.
This newly renovated museum exhibits machines, transportations, electronic equipment, and the like from their first design up to their current form
A residential area which used to be a village once, but gained importance as the Schönbrunn Palace, was erected nearby
Inspired by the Weißenhofsiedlung in Stuttgart and initiated by architect Josef Frank, the Werkbundsiedlung public estate housing project in the Lainz Municipality of Hietzing was built from 1930 to 1932 by numerous national and international architects of the time (amongst those famous names like Adolf Loos and Gerrit Rietvelt) and has fine examples of Bauhaus style architecture
Houses the largest furniture collection in the world
A marvelous zoo, with a rain forest glasshouse, tiny apes, aquariums with sharks, and terrariums with reptiles and venomous snakes
Opened in 1907 as part of the largest mental hospital and sanatorium of its time in Europe, this Art Noveau church was constructed by the Viennese master architect Otto Wagner
This is a private museum dedicated to the cult film The Third Man, which was shot in Vienna and released in 1949
Has served as a cultural district of Vienna since 2001