Sightseeing in Vienna
Sightseeing in Vienna (Austria). What you have to visit at your stay in Vienna.Austria
The Castle Schönbrunn ("Schloss Schönbrunn") is one of the main magnets of tourism in Vienna. You can visit the castle and the beautiful park/garden, where you can stay the whole day relaxing. Drinking a coffe at the Glorriette coffehouse up the hill in front of the castle. Or visiting the zoo.
St. Stephen's Cathedral
St. Stephen's Cathedral is a famous landmark in Vienna. It is centrally located in the city on the Stephansplatz and is 107 meters high.
Viennese giant wheel
The giant wheel in the Prater in Vienna is one of the most famous landmarks of the city of Vienna. It is an attraction in the Prater, a amusement park in Vienna, and was opened in 1897 for the 50th jubilee of the then Emperor Franz Joseph I. It measures a height of almost 65 meters and has 15 gondolas.
Vienna Technical Museum
Technisches Museum Wien
The Vienna Technical Museum offers exhibitions related to the transport, industrial engineering, energy, mining and more. Opening times: Monday - Friday from 09:00h - 18:00h Saturday, Sunday and holidays 10:00h - 18:00h Entrance fee: Adults: EUR 10 Students: EUR 8.50 How to get to Vienna Technical Museum: Tram 10 - Johnstraße/Linzer Straße Bus 10 A - Johnstraße/Linzer Straße Bus 57 A - Anschützgasse U-Bahn U3 - Johnstraße + 10 minutes walk U-Bahn U4 - Schönbrunn + 10 minutes walk
The Hundertwasser house is a residential complex, which was built in the years between 1983 and 1985. It is located on the corner Kegelgasse 34-38/Löwengasse 41-43.
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