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Sights in Vienna

St. Stephen's Cathedral: also called "Steffl" is the most important landmark of Vienna and also stands for the reconstruction of Austria after 1945.

The cathedral is 137 meters high and is one of the highest churches in the world.

The cathedral is 137 meters high and is one of the highest churches in the world. In 1340, the first part of St. Stephen's Cathedral was built. The cathedral is 137 meters high and is one of the highest churches in the world. Under the Cathedral are the catacombs, where numerous dead persons were buried there during the plague. But one also finds part of the deceased Imperial family and the Habsburgs there.

In the small north tower are the largest bell in Austria - The Pummerin.

The Belvedere:

It was the summer residence of Prince Eugen and consists of an upper and a lower part. These include the castle garden, the orangerie, the winter palace and the pompous stables. Today the Belvedere houses the greatest collection of Austrian art dating from the Middle Ages to the present day, complemented by the work of international artists such as Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, and Max Beckmann. It has  the world’s largest collection of Gustav Klimt’s paintings (including the famous golden Art Nouveau Icon "The Kiss"

The State Opera:

it is located on Vienna's Ringstrasse and is one of the most famous and beautiful opera houses in the world. With over 2200 seats and standing room, the Vienna State Opera is also one of the largest in the world. An event highlight in the State Opera is the Opera Ball, which takes place once a year.

The Town Hall:

It is the official residence of the mayor and serves among other things as an administrative center. The ballroom hosts numerous balls and other festivals every year. Various events take place on the square in front of the town hall all year round.


Riesenrad Wiener Prater
The world famous Ferris wheel at Wiener Prater

The Wiener Prater:

It is six square kilometers in size and is considered the most popular recreational area in Vienna. The Prater Hauptallee extends from the Praterstern to the Lusthaus and, with the Jesuitenwiese, is a huge green area in the middle of the lively capital. A small part of it is the "Wiener Wurstelprater", the largest amusement park in Vienna. There is also the famous Giant Ferris Wheel. Furthermore, you will also find the Messe Wien and the Ernst Happel Stadion in the Wiener Prater.

The Hofburg:

The Hofburg is one of the largest buildings in Europe. It includes various museums, the National Library and the Spanish Riding School. The Hofburg was the residence of the Habsburgs. Nowadays there is the official residence of the Austrian Federal President. Numerous events and balls take place there.

The Naschmarkt:

Vienna’s best-known market has around 120 market stands and restaurants for a colorful culinary offering ranging from Viennese to Indian, from Vietnamese to Italian. The Naschmarkt has developed into a meeting point for young and old. The Flea Market on Saturday is already a cult event.

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