There is a lot to see
From the Gothic St. Stephen's Cathedral to the Imperial Palace Hofburg to the Art Nouveau splendor of the Secession, from the magnificent baroque palace of Schönbrunn to the Natural History Museum and the current architecture in the Museumsquarter.
Visit Gustav Klimt's "The Kiss" and works by Schiele and Kokoschka in the baroque palace complex with its extensive garden. Prince Eugene had the Belvedere Garden Palace built as his summer residence. It consists of the Upper and Lower Belvedere and today houses Austrian art from the Middle Ages to the present. More information
Feel like the imperial couple in the former Habsburg summer residence Schönbrunn.In whose 1,441 rooms Empress Maria Theresa held court with her husband and 16 children. Where the beautiful Elisabeth "Sissi" lived with her Franzl. And where you can celebrate a spectacular wedding with your guests or enjoy the view of Gloriette.
Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum Vienna is one of the most important natural science museums in the world. Its earliest collections are over 250 years old. Today around 30 million objects are under scientific care. The magnificent palace of natural science has housed these constantly growing collections since 1889. More information
For more than seven centuries, the Habsburg Empire was ruled from the Hofburg - Imperial Palace. Inhabited by the imperial family until 1918, the Hofburg was originally a 13th century castle that was expanded into a magnificent residence as the Habsburgs power grew.
Along the 5.3 kilometer long Vienna Ring Boulevard you will find numerous monumetal buildings. The buildings, which were erected during the historicism from 1860 to 1890, are today among the most important sights of the city of Vienna, such as the State Opera, the Town Hall or the Parliament.
We certainly inform you personally about current sights, such as exhibitions, walks, hiking opportunities in the Vienna vineyards, possibilities for shopping, bathing, parks and much more! Please contact our reception!