Vienna or Wien is the heart of the city or the state capital of Austria, has a population of more than 1,500,000, making this city one of the 10 largest cities by population in the EU. This place is also one that is quite popular vacation destinations both within the framework of family vacations and personal, if you’re looking for things to do in Vienna, here we will give you a little information you need.
We start the trip from the Hofburg palace and Schonbrunn which is the main tourist attractions in the city of Vienna, here you can also observe some animals in the zoo Tiergarten Schonbrunn and several amusement rides at the Prater Riesenrad. If you want to learn more of local culture, you can visit the imperial capital it once was, and the historic city center is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage, such as the Burgtheater, the Wiener Staatsoper, the Lipizzaner horses Hofreitschule spanische and the Vienna Boys Choir ‘, and a visit to Vienna Heurigen Dobling district.
Vienna also has more than 100 art museums that attract more than seven million visitors per year. Among the many museums in this city, there are some of the most frequently visited, such as Belvedere, Leopold Museum in Museumsquartier, Albertina, BA-CA Kunstforum, KunstHausWien, Kunsthistorisches Museum and Naturhistorisches Museum and the Technisches Museum Wien, there you will get a few gigs, exhibitions and learning about local and international art. It is very convenient if visiting with children.
If you are a fan of Beethoven, this is where this famous composer lived, you can also visit the largest cemetery in Vienna and the burial site of many famous people in the Zentralfriedhof. In addition the city also is home to Mozart and the memorial grave at the Habsburg gardens and at St. Marx cemetery. Other sites that also attract thousands of visitors are some of the churches of Vienna like the Cathedral of St. Stephen, Jesuitenkirche, Deutschordenskirche, Karlskirche, Maria am Gestade and much more. And some more modern sites, such as the Hundertwasserhaus, the United Nations headquarters and the view from Donauturm.
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