Schönbrunn Palace is a World Cultural Heritage site and Austria's most-visited locations. Visitors will find numerous attractions here, from a tour through the authentically furnished residential and ceremonial rooms of the Imperial Family in the palace, to the maze and the labyrinth in the gardens and a separate Children's Museum.
Hofburg Palace is a palace located in Vienna, Austria, that has housed some of the most powerful people in European and Austrian history, including the Habsburg dynasty, rulers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It currently serves as the official residence of the President of Austria. The main attraction here is the three museum attractions provide historically accurate insights into the tradition and daily life at court.
Built during the period of extensive construction in Vienna, the Belvedere Vienna is a historic building complex consisting of two Baroque palaces (the Upper and Lower Belvedere), the Orangery, and the Palace Stables. It has now been converted into a museum that facilitates a wide range of to do things that help in enriching ones knowledge on Austrian history.
The Albertina is a museum in the Innere Stadt area of Vienna, Austria. It houses one of the largest and most important print rooms in the world with approximately 65,000 drawings and approximately 1 million old master prints. The museum has recently acquired on permanent loan two significant collections of Impressionist and early 20th-century art, some of which will be on permanent display. The museum also houses temporary exhibitions.
The votive church is a neo gothic church that was built in 1879, that church was a sign of gratitude from Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian to god for shielding his brother Emperor Franz Joseph from an assassination. The interiors of the church and its ambience are what lure travelers.
Vienna or Vindobana as it was originally known was a quaint Celtic settlement before 180 AD. Over the years it grew into a beautiful tourism centre and commercial base. After the death of Emperor Marcus Aurelius who ruled over the region for several years, the Magyars invaded the city followed by the Turks in the 1400's. Then in the early 19th century, Napoleon occupied Vienna. The city and its surroundings suffered badly during the World War I. It had hardly recovered from the losses that Adolf Hitler made a triumphant entry there. The World War II also affected Vienna severely. Having overcome all these setbacks the city finally emerged as a global cultural and scientific centre.
Today, scientists and businessmen from all over the world come to Vienna for varied work. The world-class hotels in Vienna play perfect hosts to this global clientele. Leisure travelers too can find a wide choice of budget hotels in Vienna which are equipped with the choicest of lodging and recreational facilities.
Languages Spoken: English, German are the principal languages spoken here.
Nearest Airports: Vienna International Airport, Milan Rastislav Stefanik Airport, Graz Airport, Brno-Turany Airport.
Best Time to Visit: April - May.
Emergency Contact Number: 112.