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Freyung Square

Starting life in the Middle Ages as a civic garbage tip, Freyung Square has morphed down the centuries into one of Vienna’s prettiest public piazzas. It’s a ...  Read more

Hard Rock Cafe Vienna

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

In the 1980s travelers flocked to these popular rock and roll-themed cafes to collect iconic Hard Rock t-shirts from locations around the globe. And while ...  Read more

Historic Center of Vienna

4 star rating: Recommended 567 Reviews

Hemmed in by the famous Ringstrasse, which marks the route of the former city walls, and encompassing the majority of the capital’s top attractions, the ...  Read more

House of Music (Haus der Musik)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 35 Reviews

The House of Music, or Haus der Musik, rates among the best museums in the city. Spread over 4 floors (the 5th is a café and restaurant), it helps ...  Read more

Hundertwasserhaus

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Standing in stark contrast to the baroque palaces and grand plazas of historic Vienna, the colorful facade of the Hundertwasserhaus is one of the city’s most ...  Read more

Imperial Carriage Museum

Part of the complex of Kunsthistorischen museums at the Schloss Schönbrunn, the Imperial Carriage Museum opened four years after the demise of the ...  Read more

Imperial Furniture Collection

Housed in two buildings connected by a modern ticket office, the Imperial Furniture Collection forms part of the Kunsthistorischen museums based at the ...  Read more

Imperial Palace (Hofburg)

4 star rating: Recommended 132 Reviews

The House of Habsburg was one of the most important royal dynasties in Europe and ruled Austria for six centuries. Through prudent marriages they managed to ...  Read more

Imperial Treasury

Housed in the oldest part of the Imperial Palace in Vienna, the Imperial Treasury is one of the most significant treasuries in the world. The collection shows ...  Read more

Jewish Museum

4.5 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

The Jewish Museum in Vienna explores the history of the Jewish people in Vienna and Austria. The first Jewish museum in the city was established in 1895, but ...  Read more

Johann Strauss Museum

Found in the apartment where he wrote the world-famous ‘Blue Danube’ waltz, the Johann Strauss Museum was home to Austria’s best-loved composer for seven ...  Read more

Judenplatz

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 24 Reviews

A Jewish community existed in Vienna from medieval times, centered around Judenplatz where the city’s first synagogue was built. That was burnt down during an ...  Read more

Karlsplatz

One of the largest squares in Vienna, Karlsplatz is dominated by the huge, baroque Karlskirche church, which was built between 1716 and 1737 with designs ...  Read more

Klosterneuburg Monastery

The Klosterneuburg Monastery, or Stift Klosterneuburg in Austrian, is an Augustinian abbey founded in 1114. The baroque structure, notable for housing men’s ...  Read more

Kunsthalle Wien

4 star rating: Recommended 489 Reviews

In the Museumquarter, between the Leopold and MUMOK is the Kunsthalle, or Art Hall, a collection of exhibition halls showcasing local and international ...  Read more

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