The Vienna State Opera House, the first major building on the “Ringstraße” is among the most famous opera houses in the world with around 350 performances each season.
This former private garden of Emperor Franz houses monuments dedicated to Mozart and Emperor Franz Stephan and encloses the “Palmenhaus”, a fine dining restaurant in the heart of the city
These museums sitting opposite each other at the Burgring are perfect twins in their architecture. The Museum of Natural History offers a collection of over 30 million objetcs, exhibiting about 100.00 of them. The Museum of Fine Arts is the largest art museum in the country. Notable artists featured are Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Peter Paul Rubens and Gustav Klimt.
This former seat of the Emperor of Austria includes 10 wings and around 2.600 rooms, with the oldest wing dating back to the 13th century. Today the Imperial Palace is the workplace for the President of Austria.
The Viennese Giant Ferris Wheel built in 1897 to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of Emperor Franz Josef I is the oldest still operating giant wheel built around the turn of the century.
This is the largest university focusing on business and economics in Europe. The campus features 6 main building complexes with the largest designed by Zaha Hadid.
This campus and building complex is home to the United Nations Office as well as several other international organizations with around 5.000 employees.
This museum designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser is the only place hosting a permanent exhibitions featuring the artists work as well as special temporary exhibitions by well renowned artists.
The Belvedere complex consists of the upper and lower Belvedere, the orangery and Palace Stables. The Upper Belvedere is home to painters and sculptors such as Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Claude Monet, Franz Xaver Messerschmidt.
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