• Schonbrunn

    The glories of imperial Austria are nowhere brought together more convincingly than in the Schönbrunn Palace (Schloss... Read More
  • The Western City Center: Burgtheater and Beyond

    Hailed as one of the most prestigious stages in the German-speaking world, the Burgtheater is home to a highly... Read More
  • Across the Danube: the Second District

    Walk across the Danube Canal on Schwedenbrücke or Marienbrücke and you'll reach the 2nd District, the home of Vienna’s... Read More
  • The Eastern City Center: Stephansdom and Medieval Vienna

    For more than eight centuries, the commanding Stephansdom cathedral has remained the nucleus around which the city... Read More
  • West of the Ringstrasse: Parlament and City Hall

    From her pedestal in front of Austria's National Parliament, Athena, the gold-helmeted Greek goddess of wisdom,... Read More
  • The Hofburg

    A walk through the Imperial Palace, called the Hofburg, brings you back to the days when Vienna was the capital... Read More
  • The Inner City Center: Baroque Gems and Vienna's Shopwindows

    The compact area bounded roughly by the back side of the Hofburg palace complex and Staatsoper, the Kohlmarkt,... Read More
  • South of the Ringstrasse: the MuseumsQuartier

    Late in 1857 Emperor Franz Josef issued a decree announcing the most ambitious piece of urban redevelopment Vienna... Read More
  • East of the Ringstrasse: Stadtpark and Karlsplatz

    Next to Stephansplatz, Karlsplatz is the inner city's busiest hub. It sprawls across the Ringstrasse to encompass... Read More