Points of Interest & Landmarks • Churches & Cathedrals Inner City By gillianb72 This is an beautiful church, the carvings and paintings are well worth a visit, the church is used for prayer and ser... 2022 4. Belvedere Museum 17,817 Historic Sites • Architectural Buildings Landstraße Admission tickets from $17.55 By 201dinaht
Historic Center of Vienna 19,268 Points of Interest & Landmarks • Architectural Buildings Inner City By Brittany_11_10 Lots of gorgeous architecture, cool statues, interesting museums, and nice churches (including Stephansdom, in which... Top-Rated Sightseeing Experiences (444) Learn how top attractions and experiences are selected, read more.
The Stephansdom (St. Stephen’s Cathedral), Vienna’s gothic landmark church with its beautiful tiled roof, including the coats of arms of Austria and Vienna, seen from the Sky Bar and restaurant at Steffl department store. Museum of Fine Arts The Museum of Fine Arts belongs to the vast building complex of Hofburg (Imperial Palace).
The Knopf MapGuide slices Vienna in six districts and maps: Stephansdom; Freyung/ Hofburg; Ring/ Josefstadt/ Alsergrund; Leopoldstadt/ Prater; Karlsplatz/ Wienzeile/ Belvedere, and Schönbrunn/ Hietzing. Great for a focused city break, as each maps features tips and addresses.
- Schonbrunn Palace[SEE MAP] The 1,441 room Schönbrunn Palace, comparable in grandeur to Versailles, is one of the major tourist attractions in Vienna.
- Hofburg Imperial Palace[SEE MAP] The Hofburg Imperial Palace has played an integral part of the Austrian government scene since it was built in the 13th century.
- Hundertwasserhaus[SEE MAP] The Hundertwasserhaus is a colorful apartment building near Vienna’s center in the Landstraße district. It is named after Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser who developed the concept in the 20th century, with noted architect Krawina doing the building’s design.
- Belvedere Complex[SEE MAP] The Belvedere is an integral part of Vienna’s historic scene, consisting of several palaces and an orangery that dates back to the late 17th century.