Exhibits from the middle-ages to the present day include furniture, glass,
china, silver, and textiles
A masterpiece of total art and one of the world's finest baroque palaces.
Now a museum
A treat of baroque delights. Highlights include Prince Eugene's former
residential apartment and ceremonial rooms
One of the most revered opera houses in the world. Amazing gold and crystal
One of the finest museums in Europe. The building itself is a work of art.
4km of galleries display a vast array of art
Grand rooms and background on the habits and quirks of Austria's famous
family – the Habsburgs. Well worth a visit!
The beautifully tended formal gardens, arranged in the French style, are a
symphony of colour.
One of the largest cultural complexes in the world with galleries, museums,
performance spaces, cafés, restaurants and shops
Built in neo-Renaissance and classical Greek style with an statue of the
goddess Athena at the front of the building
The former imperial court theatre hosts a program of classic, contemporary
and experimental theatre
Rathausplatz is the sight of some of the city's most frequented events,
including the Christkindlmarkt
The building itself is a visual delight but the most famous exhibit, the
‚Venus of Willendorf‘, is an 11cm high fertility symbol
Habsburg dynasty resided here for over six centuries, now the official
residence of the Austrian President