Streets & Squares

Graben Vienna
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Graben street

Graben is one of the most famous promenades and shopping streets in Vienna’s city core. This street runs on the site where one of the trenches of the Roman fort Vindobona once stood.
Karntner street with Christmas decoration
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Kärntner street

This short street is one of the most popular shopping streets in Vienna, and a must visit as it runs between two of the top landmarks of the city – St. Stephens basilica and Opera.
Mariahilfer Strasse Shopping Street
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Mariahilfer street

Lined with beautiful buildings, many shops and cafes and slightly less crowded than the central streets of the old town, Mariahilfer Straße is Austria’s longest shopping street.
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Ringstraße (Ring Boulevard)

The Ringstraße is one of the most beautiful boulevards in the world. It surrounds the city core, and is flanked by the most magnificent monuments.
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Schwedenplatz

The Schwedenplatz (Sweden square) is one of the main squares on the Ring boulevard in central Vienna, and an important […]
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