Hotel Bosei - Austria Trend

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Gutheil Schoder Gasse 7b, Vienna, Vienna, 1100, Austria
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museum tickets

by valtor

We shall visit Vienna in the middle of April 2011. Somebody recommended me to buy tickets for museums and palaces in advance, but I am not sure that this will be needed for this period of the year.
I am not sure about date/ time when I shall visit these sites, so I prefer to buy the tickets in Vienna, in the moment when I go to the museum / palace. However, if there will be long lines, it will be better to have the tickets in my hand from now.

I want to visit:
- Albertina, Kaiserappartments (Imperial Apartments), Schatzkammer (Imperial Treasury)
- Schloss Belvedere
- Leopold Museum
- Cripta dei Cappuccini
- Schönbrunn Palace
What do you advise, to buy or not to buy online tickets for these places?

Re: museum tickets

by Redang

Have a look at the ViennaCard in case it covers your needs balancing the price and how much you need to take bus/metro/trams

Re: museum tickets

by dustmon

Don't forget the Historical Museum with the original Venus (prehistoric) statue upstairs amongst all the stuffed animals, birds and fish!
And my experience there is the same as you are thinking---go early if you can and just get your tickets that day.

Re: museum tickets

by hawkhead

Well, we went to Schonbrunn in November, with pre-booked tickets and we still had to wait in a very long line.

Re: museum tickets

by valtor

Thank you all for the answers.
Based on all replies I received , I decided to go without prebooking tickets. By the way, except Monet exhibition at Grand Palais in Paris, I never bought museum tickets in advance and never had problems.
This time I was thinking about this because of a friend, but it seems that it is not necessary to prebook.
Thanks.

Re: museum tickets

by Roadquill

I rarely experienced a wait in lines in Vienna (although I missed the Schonbrunn). I did buy the 3 day transportation pass with museum discounts and it paid for itself in 2 days. Karl

Re: museum tickets

by ramot418

I never waited in line throughout my trip to Austria - and this was in July (2010)! I was at Schonbrunn on a Friday afternoon. I think the trick there is not to go during the morning hours when most of the groups arrive, say until 1-2pm. This is what I did in most places in Austria where I anticipated lines: Arrive either when the place opens or in the afternoon.

For example:
1. Arrived at the National Museum in Vienna (KHM) when they opened up. No wait at all.
2. Late afternoon at Hofburg Palace in Vienna, including Imperial Treasury.
3. Hellbrun Palace, Salzburg - 4pm
4. Liechtensteinklamm (gorge, south of Salzburg) - 8am when they opened up. We had the whole place to ourselves and finished in about 30 minutes.
etc., etc.

Travel Tips for Vienna

Monument to the Victims of War and Fascism

by azz8206

The Monument to the Victims of War and Fascism is a very powerful and heartwrenching piece that shows how war and fascism turns the lives of people upside down and inside out. It shows the cruelty inflicted on innocent people because they are different than those that ran the country. It shows the brutality of the Nazis and how cold and calculated they were.
The monument stands on a spot where several hundred people were buried alive when a cellar they were hiding in was demolished by a WW2 bombing attack. Finding this out really had an emotional impact on me.
There are four thought provoking statues in split white stone. I'd recommend taking the time to really get a good look at them and to reflect on why scenes like these keep happening the world over.
You'll find the monument in the Albertinaplatz right in front of the Albertina Museum and behind the Vienna Opera House.

Go to St. Stephan's Cathedral...

by Anton_Ernst

Go to St. Stephan's Cathedral and be sure to go upstairs to the balcony at the front of the edifice to view an excellent film on the history of the church and its architecture. Watching the street entertainers capture people's attention and send ripples of laughter through the crowd with their clever little shows.

Hofburg - inner courtyard

by tomeek

This is the old kings palace, inner cortyard of the Hofburg. Make sure you visit kings apartments, city residence of Franz Josef and his beloved queen Elisabeth, "Sissy". At the same entrance to the kings apartment there is a silver collection exhibition, make sure you see that also!

Vienna Tip

by ALONA

Walks Central Vienna is fairly small, which together with its large pedestrian zones makes it one of the best cities to explore on foot. The vast majority of sights of interest to a visitor are located on or within the Ringstrasse, which encompasses the not quite square mile of the old town. Plan out where you want to go and put on a comfortable pair of shoes, or sign up for one of the walking tours profiled in our Walks section and see Vienna up close. (Along the ring you'll discover two of the city's most imposing museums--The Fine Arts and Natural History--watched over by a statue of Empress Maria Theresa; Parliament with a marble statue of Pallas Athena; the most important German-language theater, the National Theater (Burgtheater); Vienna's renowned University; and two marvelous examples of neo-Gothic architecture: City Hall (Rathaus) with its splendid park and the Votive Church (Votivkirche) with its double spires that seem to be made of fine lace; several imposing ministry buildings; and finally, the resplendent State Opera House, which reopened in 1955 after being almost totally destroyed during the last war.) Eating & Drinking Vienna is without doubt one of Europe's gastronomic capitals. German, Bohemian, Hungarian, Italian, Turkish and half a dozen other culinary cultures left their imprint on the city, making Viennese cuisine one of Europe's finest. Drawing on its history as a trading hub, Vienna's cooks incorporated a breadth of ingredients in their cooking that sets it apart from most others. This trend is continued today by some of the city's young avant-garde chefs, who draw upon the traditions of Austria's more recent immigrants from the Near and Far East and elsewhere to create a polyglot cuisine reminiscent in some ways of the California fusion style. For purists, Vienna is also well-endowed with authentic ethnic restaurants offering everything from sushi through Ghanaian beer to enchiladas, and everything in between. Traditional Viennese cooking is available at all levels from elegant restaurants to neighbourhood 'Beisls', or pubs, which usually serve excellent food in a friendly atmosphere, and at reasonable prices.

23rd district - Liesing

by pakistanibrain

Lainzer Tiergarten is an open zoo with a lot of wild animals especially wild pigs. It's a beautiful picknick spot for families and really nice for weekend walks.

Liesing (that's how the 23rd district is called) is an industrial district in the South of Vienna. Large factories are present here as well as the largest fruit&vegetable wholesale market in Austria. The Post distribution centre where the whole postal mail of Eastern Austria is automatically processed in a computerized plant is also in Liesing. From a touristic point of view the buildings of Alt-Erlaa are the only highlight apart from the Lainzer Tiergarten.

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