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Vienna is a city to fall in love with

Among 221 cities worldwide, Vienna has been ranked first when it comes to quality of life. Explore the beautiful city of Vienna from its best side: with its central location, Das Tyrol is the ideal starting point for expeditions. Here is a small selection of the vast offer of sights and cultural highlights in Vienna. You can find detailed information about routes, tours, opening times, and much more at www.wien.info

Museumsquartier

Baroque architecture meets the modern: the MuseumsQuartier is one of the 10 largest cultural venues in the world.

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Leopold Museum

Viennese Art Nouveau, Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna's Workshops), and expressionism – the Leopold Museum in the Museumsquartier displays hundreds of masterpieces of Austria's modern era.

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Museum of Modern Art - mumok

Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Yoko Ono, Günter Brus, etc. – Artists of the 20th and 21st century are featured in the mumok in the MuseumsQuartier.

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Kunsthistorisches Museum

The world's largest Bruegel collection and impressive major works of western art by Tizian, Tintoretto, Velazquez, etc. – this museum has one of the most important art collections in the world.

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Secession

Probably the most famous building of Viennese Art Nouveau from around 1900. This is where Klimt, Schiele, and many other important painters, architects, and designers worked.

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Albertina

Dürer, Klimt, Rubens, Schiele, Cézanne, Kokoschka, Picasso, Rauschenberg – in the Albertina, you will find one of the largest and most valuable graphic art collections in the world.

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Belvedere

Austrian art from the Middle Ages to the present and the world's largest Klimt collection including "The Kiss" and "Judith".

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Kunsthaus Wien

The exhibition center of painter Friedensreich Hundertwasser features not only Hundertwasser works but also changing exhibits of exciting contemporary art.

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MAK

Design dominates in the MAK, the Museum of Applied Arts: handcrafts by Wiener Werkstätte, furniture by Thonet, as well as unusual designs for glass, porcelain, silver, and textiles.

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Architekturzentrum Wien

The first address for architecture in Austria has established itself as an information, knowledge, and research center and offers Austria's only architecture museum.

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Museum of Natural History

Insects, gemstones, minerals, pterosaurs – the diversity of nature is impressive. Prepared and mounted specimens of extinct or endangered animal species give the collection immeasurable worth.

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St. Stephen's Cathedral

Austria's most important Gothic structure is Vienna's landmark. Altars, side chapels, the cathedral treasure, the Pummerin, the catacombs – you simply have to see this cathedral.

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Karlskirche

The Baroque church by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach will impress you with its mighty dome, opulent dome frescoes, and a resplendent high altar.

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Hofburg Palace

The imperial history of the Habsburg dynasty goes back over 700 years. Private chambers, state rooms, and collections show the emperor's taste in art.

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Spanish Riding School

This is the only institution in the world where the classic art of horsemanship has been cultivated and remained unchanged since the Renaissance. Experience the famous Lipizzaner ballet!

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State Opera

The Scala, Met, and Vienna State Opera – they are considered the top three venues for opera. Top productions of the highest level – let yourself be enchanted.

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Burgtheater

Around 250 years ago, the Burgtheater was one of the top addresses for German-speaking dramatic arts. Later, the theater moved to a location on the Ringstrasse.

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Theater an der Wien

Vienna's 2nd opera stage specialized in operas from the Baroque era and the present.

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Parliament

In the form of Greek architecture, Theophil Hansen built the former Parliament building. Until 1918, the elected representative of the Austrian half of the dual Austro-Hungarian monarchy met here in legislative sessions.

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Kärntner Straße, Am Graben, ...

Jewelers, posh shops, and perfumeries– this area in Vienna's historic district is a magnificent place to shop.

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Vienna's Naschmarkt

With over 120 stands, it is famous for is vast offer. The weekly flea market on Saturday has even achieved cult status.

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Spittelberg Quarter

Small, romantic alleyways, wonderful Biedermeier-style houses - the revitalized Biedermeier district will impress you with its lively pub scene.

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Parks in Vienna

The Burggarten, Schillerpark, Prater, or Volksgarten with its 400 blooming varieties of roses – in the city center, wonderful parks invite you to take a stroll.

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Schönbrunn Palace

A UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site! The palace itself, the splendid ceremonial rooms, the unique park grounds, the Palm House, the Gloriette, and the world's oldest zoo still in existence - Schönbrunn Palace is one of the most beautiful Baroque structures.

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Imperial Treasury

The important imperial treasury in the world houses the imperial crown of the Holy Roman Empire, the Austrian imperial crown, the Burgundian Treasury, and the treasure of the Order of the Golden Fleece.

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Haus des Meeres

Tropical freshwater and marine fish, fish from the Mediterranean and local waters, as well as sharks - you will find Austria's largest aquarium in the Haus des Meeres.

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Haus der Musik

Welcome to a world of sound and music! Vienna's only sound and music museum houses the museum of the Vienna Philharmonic.

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