Top Attractions

Albertina collection building in central Vienna

Albertina

Albertina houses one of the largest and most valuable graphic art collections in the world, featuring works of Picasso, Monet, […]
Art History - Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna

Art History Museum (Kunsthistorisches Museum)

Vienna’s Art History (Kunsthistorisches) Museum is home to one of the world’s finest collection of fine art and the largest art museum in Austra.
Belvedere Palace Vienna

Belvedere palace

One of Vienna’s most iconic landmarks,Belvedere palace is an exceptional work of rococo architecture, and one of the best ways to show the glamour of XVIII century Vienna.
Palmenhaus at Burggarten park in Vienna

Burggarten

Once a private garden of the emperor, Burggarten is today one of the most popular parks in Vienna.
Donauturm at night

Donauturm (Danube tower)

The Danube tower is an iconic telecommunications tower built in 1964 and one of the top attractions in the city. […]
Neue Hofburg

Hofburg imperial palace

Experience the life of Europe’s most powerful emperors at Hofburg palace and its museums, and learn about the glorious history of Vienna.
Haus der Musik Virtual Orchestra Conductor

House of Music (Haus der Musik)

The House of Music (Haus der Musik) is an interactive sound museum which provides a new approach to music on […]
Hudertwasserhaus Vienna

Hundertwasserhaus and Hundertwasser Village

The colorful Hundertwasserhaus is a unique residential building in Vienna designed in harmony with nature. Created by Friedensreich Hundertwasser, this […]
Karlskirche - Vienna

Karlskirche

The church of St. Charles Borromeo, better known as Karlskirche is one of the most beautiful churches in Vienna, and […]
Karntner street with Christmas decoration

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

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.
Museumsquartier courtyard

MuseumsQuartier (Museum District)

The MuseumsQuartier is one of Vienna’s top attractions, a collection of the best museums located very close to one another.
Naschmarkt market Vienna

Naschmarkt

The Naschmarkt is Vienna’s most popular market and a great place to experience tastes from all over the world.
Naturhistorisches Museum Vienna Dinosaurs

Natural History (Naturhistorisches) Museum

With something to offer for every visitor, the Natural History or Naturhistorisches Museum of Vienna is an attraction you really […]
Palmenhaus - Palm house in Burggarten park, Vienna

Palmenhaus cafe

Palmenhaus is a restaurant housed in a magnificent former greenhouse building. Part of the building houses the Schmetterlinghaus, a collection of exotic butterflies.

Prater park

The Prater is one of the biggest urban parks in Europe, nearly six kilometres wide, and featuring a large amount of attractions.
Rathaus - Town Hall in Vienna

Vienna Town Hall (Rathaus)

The splendid neo-gothic Town Hall or Rathaus building is one of Vienna’s most popular landmarks.
Art History - Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna

25 reasons to visit Vienna

The splendour of the imperial capital can be seen and felt everywhere. It is both very old and very modern […]

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.
Schönbrunn palace Vienna

Schönbrunn palace

Visit the summer residence of the Habsburg emperors and dive into their life, stroll through their carefully maintained gardens or visit one of Europe’s most fascinating zoos.

St. Stephen’s cathedral (Stephansdom)

The magnificent cathedral of St. Stephen stands in the very heart of Vienna since the middle ages, and has for long been the tallest structure in the city.