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  • 1

    Schloß Schönbrunn

    54 reviews

    The gardens here are amazing. The complex is nowhere as near as big as Versailles, but it had some advantages in that way. The Glorietta is perched up on a hill with a fun zigzag trail to get there. The view from the top of the hill is great (and on hot days, the wind is a life-saver). Also in ...

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  • 2

    Belvedere

    51 reviews

    My favorite palace in the city. Permanent works of Okoshka, Klimt and Schiele to be found in here. An excellent and not too crowded park outside to chill.

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  • 3

    Stephansdom

    48 reviews

    How can you not be impressed with the interior of St Stephen's Cathedral. Vienna does the majesty and the mystery like nobody else outside Rome.

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  • 4

    Schloss Schönbrunn

    39 reviews

    It is a World Heritage Site. Very impressive palace - they offer an interesting tour. Do not miss a stroll through the beautiful garden.

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  • 5

    Hofburg

    36 reviews

    The Spanish Horses show is early in the morning. go for the tour of the palace rooms and the china collection. truly amazing!

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  • 6

    State Opera House

    29 reviews

    Vienna Opera House has history dating back to the mid-19th century. The building was the first major building on the Vienna Ringstraße. It is located in a center of Vienna, take your time to look around the building. It's stunning!

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  • 7

    Prater

    33 reviews

    I saw Prater in the romantic film "Before Sunrise". It's the story of two young strangers who coincidentally met on a train in Europe, and a strong talked well then let the train to Vienna. Both fall in love and met only overnight only. Prater is a scene featured in the story that made the relationship more closely. However, I ...

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  • 8

    Rathaus

    27 reviews

    Rathaus is the Viennese City Hall. The building is not too far from the Hofburg Imperial Palace. It's definitely worth a visit during the holiday season, as one of the largest Christmas Markets sets up shop just outside.

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  • 9

    Historic Centre of Vienna

    20 reviews

    Walk through Vienna's World Heritage Old Town and experience history on every corner.

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  • 10

    Hundertwasserhaus

    22 reviews

    The Hundertwasserhaus typically looks better in guidebooks than in reality. Plus, it's located out of the way of most other attractions, and a bit of a hike from the U-Bahn stations.

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  • 11

    Wiener Riesenrad

    12 reviews

    The famous historic Ferries Wheel is a must for some visitors (not featured in The Third Man and James Bond). When the skies are clear it will be a comfortable way to see the beautiful view over Vienna.

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  • 12

    Naschmarkt

    18 reviews

    Vienna’s largest and best known market offers a mixture of Viennese and international specialities. Naschmarkt is the undisputed jewel in the crown of Vienna's 26 permanent markets. Set between Karlsplatz and Kettenbrückengasse, the Naschmarkt is the mainspring one of the city's most interesting districts. Culinary specialities are always fresh and in bountiful supply here, no matter whether they are typically ...

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  • 13

    Schönbrunn Palace

    16 reviews

    The view from the palace

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  • 14

    MuseumsQuartier Wien

    13 reviews

    the hub of creativity in Vienna. many museums around, lots of exhibitions, lots of cafes in the open courtyard. go there in the day for some sunbathing.

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  • 15

    Ringstrasse

    16 reviews

    Ringstraße is the ring road that encircles the Innere Stadt district. You'll get some great views of the city if you take a walk along this road.

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  • 16

    Museum of Art History

    11 reviews

    Super huge and impressive one of the twin museums adjacent to the Ringstrasse and near the Hofburg. The collection is amazing and contains a lot of interesting stuff from abroad, including Egyptian artifacts of merit.

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  • 17

    Staatsoper

    11 reviews

    The Vienna State Opera is among the top three opera houses in the world. I have never seen a better opera performances in the world and tickets can be bought for little money. The opera house is an architectural jewel in the inner city and a absoultly must see of a stay in Vienna.

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  • 18

    Kunsthistorishes Museum

    10 reviews

    Quite possibly one of the most beautiful art museums I've ever been in. The Museum stays open late some nights and we visited on one of those nights when it wasn't busy at all. It has a beautiful collection and the rooms and arrangement really added to the whole experience. Comfortable couches were scattered throughout and we spent a lovely ...

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  • 19

    Leopold Museum

    11 reviews

    I'm a huge fan of Klimt and especially Schiele, so the Leopold Museum was a must-see for me. And I really wasn't disappointed!

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  • 20

    Natural History Museum

    11 reviews

    SO MANY ROCKS

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