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Opera in Vienna

The Vienna State Opera is one of the best and renowned opera houses in the world: With more than 60 operas and ballets on almost 300 days per season the Vienna Opera House has a wide range to offer. Fans of the opera who come to Vienna, have chosen the pe...

Wiener Sängerknaben

Soft boys’ voices to delight the heart in Vienna The Wiener Sängerknaben choir has been thrilling the public in Vienna since 1498. Today around 100 active members aged between 10 and 14 sing with the Wiener Sängerknaben. The Wiener Sängerknaben a...

Shops at the Kohlmarkt Vienna

Shopping in the centre of Vienna: Many international shops like Akris, Bulgari Store, Chanel, Ferragamo, Cucci, Giorgio Armani, Luis Vuitton and Tiffany are at the Kohlmarkt in Vienna. At the Kohlmarkt in Vienna you will be astounded: All the top brands a...

The big wheel in Vienna

Nostalgic cult: The big wheel at the Prater in Vienna Beside the Stephansdom the big wheel is another symbol of Vienna. Take a ride and enjoy the view! A trip on Vienna’s big wheel is a must during your visit. You will reach the top of the wheel in ...

The Hofburg

The former seat of the Emperor of Austria: The Hofburg Come to where it’s happening: An empire was ruled from the Hofburg in Vienna. A journey into time that could not be more gripping. History you can touch and experience! You can take a fascinatin...

Stephansdom Vienna

The symbol of Vienna – The Bishop’s church in the city centre The Stephansdom is not only a symbol of the city of Vienna, it is also a symbol for Austria. Its architecture and size will fascinate you – the Dom is the most important Gothic st...

Schloss Belvedere in Vienna

A castle in the heart of Vienna – The Belvedere Schloss Belvedere and Schloss Schönbrunn are the most beautiful baroque buildings in Vienna. Discover impressive collections and exhibitions in magnificent surroundings.   On your visit to Schloss Be...

Kapuzinergruft Vienna

The last resting place of the Austrian monarchs. Under the church Kapuzinerkirche in the centre of Vienna is the place where the mortal remains of the Habsburg Emperor were buried. Visit the magnificent Kapuzinergruft crypt and dive into the past of a gre...

The Ringstraße in Vienna

Once around the city centre – on the Ringstraße in Vienna A tour of Ringstraße in Vienna is probably the best way to get to know the city. The Ringstrße shows you buldings in the “Historicism style” which reflects neo-gothic, neo-renaissa...