Located in Rudolfsheim-Funfhaus, this apartment is within 2 mi (3 km) of Stadthalle, Schoenbrunn Palace, and Leopold Museum. Museum of Natural History and Museum ...
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 12 mi (20 km) of Central Cemetery, Ernst Happel Stadium, and Hundertwasser House Vienna. Wiener Prater and Riesenrad ...
Located in Josefstadt, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Palais Auersperg, Vienna City Hall, and Austrian Parliament Building. Burgtheater and Museum ...
From the Museums Quartier to the Danube River, Vienna is the culturally buzzing capital of Austria. And vacationing in this mellow-yet-effervescent city doesn't have to cost a fortune. The classical music capital of the world is home to grand historical architecture, while its hip and affordable nightlife proves it still belongs in the here and now.
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Once the Imperial Palace, this opulent structure stands in the heart of contemporary Vienna. Although the museums contained within can be pricey, you can still appreciate the historical wonder from outside its walls. Kick back in the Volksgarten and while away an afternoon on your Vienna travels in the shadow of one of Europe's architectural glories.
Arguably one of the world's greatest classical musicians, Mozart spent 10 years in the city, including over two of them in this house, where he wrote one of his masterpieces, The Marriage of Figaro. Now a museum dedicated to all things Amadeus, from the studious and soaring to the seriously scandalous, the admission price includes an audio tour.
If you can get your mouth around the name, a visit to the Zentralfriedhof is the perfect way to absorb some of the city's history on your Vienna travels – in particular its history of producing some of the greatest musicians of all time. This particular graveyard is the resting place luminaries, including Beethoven, Schubert and Strauss, and famed Austrian personalities.
To explore the city without paying a single Euro, spend an afternoon at the Ringstrasse – a route that will lead you past most of Vienna's most impressive sights, including the Parliament building, Natural History Museum, the Hofburg and the Danube Canal. Stop into one of the area's many cafes and enjoy the view.
The Stephansdom was first built nearly 900 years ago, and has not only stood the test of time, but also scraped through many wars intact. Now a touching symbol of Austria's freedom, this Gothic-style cathedral is completely free to visit and well visiting on your Vienna vacation.
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