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would like to invite you to the glorious Imperial city of Vienna. Vienna is the
capital city of the Federal Republic of Austria. Vienna is the second largest
German speaking city currently, and it was the biggest German speaking city for
centuries during being the capital city of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until
the end of the WWI. Vienna’s city center has been selected as a UNESCO World
Heritage Site for many decades now. The city center comprises of the imperial
heritage with gracious Baroque bastions, regal gardens, grand structures, great
shrines and lush parks.
Between 2005 and
2019 the city of Vienna has been consistently recognized as one of the world’s
top cities for quality of life by numerous establishments with long credible
history of integrity. Vienna is the seat for many international establishments
like the United Nations, OPEC and the OSCE. Therefore, we can understand why this
amazing city has been considered by most people globally as the world's top
destination for international congresses and conventions.
Kindly find our suggestions
for the top 10 places to visit in Vienna as follows:
Imperial dynasty has called this amazing complex of Hofburg palace its home for
six and half centuries. The palace was enlarged and added to the original
buildings with every new ruler over time. Today the compound houses numerous
museums, imperial apartments, and the official office of the president of the
Federal Republic of Austria.
The Belvedere Palace
was the earlier home of the Austrian Prince Eugene of Savoy in 1723. It is
considered one of the world’s finest baroque style palace examples today. The
two parts for this palace; The Upper and Lower Belvedere palaces are located in
a beautiful park and each part has amazing art collections of the their
periods. There are the options to visit the orangery section, or the stables to
discover other artistic treasures.
The Vienna State
Opera is among the top international opera houses in the world if not the best.
The concerts are traditional, as well as a varied shows present in every
season. There are normally booked around 60 different opera or ballet shows,
presented in around 350 performances. This great building was opened in 1869,
built with the neo-renaissance style. The prestigious Vienna New Year's Concert
takes place here every year.
This grand museum is
housed in an impressive palace building; the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien
displays the extensive art treasures collected by the Habsburg Imperial dynasty.
This museum has a wealth of scientific references library containing more than
256,000 manuscripts, maps and historical prints.
The Schönbrunn Zoo
was established in 1752, and is considered today the eldest still functioning
zoo in the world. This great zoo is situated on the estate grounds of the
magnificent Schönbrunn Palace. You can walk around and discover the stimulating
architectural combination of unique baroque buildings with contemporary zoo
The Art Museum
Albertina is acknowledged around the world for its great graphic art collection
that includes tens of thousands of drawings and nearly a million prints. In the
contemporary art section, you can find great masters like Pablo Picasso
authentic works. This museum offers an outstanding assortment of architectural design
sketches. There is also on display in this museum a special assembly of original
Black and white photographs dating back to the early 1900s.
Since 1793, this has
been established as Vienna’s great food market. It started as a local farmers’
market for fresh produce, then the food products form around the empire and
further a field arrived, and this place became an impressive market for local
and exotic food products from around the world. Nowadays on weekends you can
find a flea market there also.
The Augarten porcelain
was founded in 1718 in Vienna, and became one of Europe’s oldest, highly
regarded, and superb porcelain makers. The museum is housed in the imperial
pleasure palace that has been re-furbished to be a great museum for an iconic
manufacturer. The ceramics on display featuring amazing creations and artistic
styles over the centuries are breathtaking.
This museum is where
Mr. Freud lived and developed his groundbreaking theories. Mr. Freud lived here
with his family from 1891 until 1938 when he was exiled by the Nazis. In 1971,
Anna Feud, his daughter, transformed this home to a museum to honor her late
father’s legacy. The downstairs level has been spared open to demonstrate
different art shows, especially for contemporary art works.
The Vienna Muesum Hermsvilla
is a little palace built in 1886 within the beautiful gardens of Lainzer
Tiergarten. The palace was commissioned by Emperor Franz Joseph I to his wife
Empress Elisabeth and called it the "Castle of Dreams". The designer
was architect Carl von Hasenauer, which made it so beautiful and romantic that
it became an inspiration for several romantic mansions.
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