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Vienna Tourist Guide
- This city is renowned for its musical past, famous composers, and fabulous architecture, but the city has much more to offer than just these delights. The modern buildings, combined with the buzzing nightlife and lively cultural scene all add to the magnificent atmosphere already created by the wonderful palaces, such as the Hofburg Palace, grand churches, most famous of which is the archetypal symbol of Vienna, the splendid Stephansdom, and the renowned Staatsoper, the home of the celebrated Vienna State Opera.
There are also many museums, such as those centrally located in the Museumsquartier, plus the fabulous Kunsthistoriches Musuem, which contains one of the biggest collections of paintings by the Old Masters in the world.
Many unique architectural wonders in Vienna, such as the Hundertwasserhaus, a magnificent multi-coloured, building characterised by its uneven angles and windows. Vienna also contains a huge amount of art galleries, such as the Akademie der bildenden Künste (The Academy of Fine Arts) and the Künstlerhaus (House Gallery); beautiful parks, such as the magnificent Stadtpark and the city’s oldest park, the Augarten; and splendid theatres, such as the Burgtheater and the Volkstheater.
There are also fantastic shopping opportunities in this city, in places such as the huge Gasometer, the upmarket Galleria, Gerngross, one of the city’s largest department stores, and Vienna’s most exclusive shopping centre, the Ringstrassen Galerien.
The city is also renowned for its underground secret world, which includes the fascinating sights of the Kapuzinergruft crypt, the Stephansdom Catacombs, Roman Ruins, and tours of the famous city sewers, as well as its fabulous cuisine, especially its Viennese pastries and cakes. There are also many fabulous gourmet opportunities in the city, offering famous Austrian dishes such as Wiener Schnitzel, Gulasch and Frankfurters, as well as a spectacular number of bars such as the popular American Bar and clubs, such as the hip Volksgartern, where you can sample Austrian alcoholic delicacies such as Schnaps and Gespritzer.
The city is also renowned for its monuments, such as those of composers Johann Strauss and Franz Schubert, the Goethe Monument of the great writer, and the famous Austrian work, the Memorial against War and Fascism, as well as for its magnificent outlying palatial residences such as the Schloss Schönbrunn and The Belvedere, where royalty retreated to in the summer.
The city also has many fabulous sporting opportunites, such as the famous Friday Night Skating on Heldenplatz which takes place every week at 9.00 pm from May to September, as well as the Austria Skate Marathon and the Vienna Inline Marathon held every year. There are also opportunities for cycling and indoor rock climbing in the city. A trip to Vienna is an experience in culture, entertainment and fabulous architecture, and one that will stay with you for a very long time.