The Levante Parliament

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Auerspergstrasse 9, Vienna, Vienna, 1080, Austria
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Places of Attraction inside the City

by rajeshkumar23

Hello Members,

I am visiting Vienna for the Christmas week. I would be reaching Vienna on 25th December morning and planning to spend 4 days in Vienna, Linz and Wels. Kindly provide me best places to visit in these three cities. I am a nature lover too, so consider good landscapes.

Thanks in advance for your quick response.

Rajesh Kumar Badhragiri

Re: Places of Attraction inside the City

by ViennaInfo


Never been to Vienna? Well, it's about time then. There is a lot to be seen, and our tips how to see Vienna ...
Please have a look at the 72-hours City Guide to print:

For further information please have a look :

Kind regards,

Re: Places of Attraction inside the City

by azz8206

I found the tombs of the Kapuzinergruft quite fascinating. It is located in between the Karlsplatz and the Stephanplatz. You might like to visit Schonnbrunn and take a walk around its grounds. They have some plants and flowers from all over the world, and you can also visit the gloriette to get a nice view of the city of Vienna. There is also the Albertina museum and the Picasso and Michelangelo exhibits. I saw the Picasso exhibit and was in awe of his genius.
Happy Travels.

Re: Places of Attraction inside the City

by daol

You should definitly visit Stephansplatz and the church. Maybe go to the Ferris wheel, enjoy Schoenbrunn palace...the best for you would probably if you hop on one of the hop on hop off buses...they are about Eur 19 for the whole day, and you will not miss a sightseeing spot in Vienna. You should also see the Hundertwasser House, I am sure you haven't seen something crazy like that :)

For Linz and Wels unfortunatly I do not have a clue, even though I am Austrian I have never been to those cities. I always had the impression they are more industrial cities...not to much to see there. You should probably post the question in the forum concerning those cities to get more reliable info :)
If you are in Upper Austria though you should visit Mauthausen concentration camp to get to know about a very sad part of Austrian/German history.

Re: Places of Attraction inside the City

by azz8206

Imo, you don't need to take a hopon hopoff bus tour. You have more than enough time to visit Vienna.

Re: Places of Attraction inside the City

by IreneMcKay

In Vienna itself i would recommend looking at some of the beautiful buildings on the ring such as the Hofburg, the museums, the opera, Karls kirche, the Stad Park with its famous Strauss monument. I would also recommend a visit to the palace at Schonbrun and the Belvedere Palace. Both of these have beautiful gardens. St Stephan's Dom the cathedral in the centre of Vienna is very famous, too.

Travel Tips for Vienna

Museums - Heeresgeschichtliches Museum

by breughel

The Heeresgeschichtliches or Army Museum draws the military history of Austria from the 16th in to the 20th century. The visit starts on the 1st floor with the wars against the Turks who besieged Vienna in 1529 and in 1683. Prince Eugene of Savoy was the victorious defender of Austria.
The Turks left in Vienna 500 bags of coffee what made of the Viennese the first Europeans to sip a cup of coffee.
Then follow the wars against the French, against the Prussians, the Napoleonic wars. Sparkling uniforms and displays of weapons fill the showcases.
We now arrive at the double monarchy Austria-Hungary illustrated by the monogram K&K (Kaiser und König) from the emperor Franz Joseph and to the room dedicated to the assassination plot of Sarajevo in June 1914.

In this room is exposed the car with a hole in the body at the level of the right back seat, and the uniform of the Archduke, the jacket of which kept traces of blood. Franz-Ferdinand died from a bleeding caused by the second bullet which touched the neck. His wife was killed immediately by the first bullet.
We so enter the tragedy of the First World War abundantly illustrated by weapons, equipments and documents.
The dismemberment of the empire and the end of Habsburg followed the end of the war.
A republic is born, but in 1938 it is the Anschluss with Germany and the Second World War illustrated with arms, equipment, uniforms and documents.
The museum also contains a section, dedicated to the Austrian navy. An enormous model of a battleship is shown. Outside are some tanks of WW2.

Heeresgeschichtliches Museum at Arsenal
The museum is located in the building "Objekt N°1" of the Arsenal at approximately 1 km of the Belvedere.

One of the best places in...

by aua1

One of the best places in Vienna is the Kahlenberg. From there you have a wonderful view over the whole city. From there you can see the centre with its famous buildings like the city hall, opera, parlament... from there you can also see the Prater which is an amusement park with its famous Riesenrad, and you can also see the river danube and a lot of other stuff. It is also a very romantic place.

Roman and Greek architecture in Vienna

by Raimix

Imperial city and Imperial capital looks so imperial for real. It seems even from rich architecture and the architecture details, associated with Empire of Rome and Ancient Greece.

Imperators tried to show the strength of their Empire, joining the old details of ancient temples, mythology, great men and so on.


by bugulma

The building of the university is situated near of Parliament and Rathaus. The building was built in 1873-1883 by Heinrich Ferstel in renessainsa style. This building is the main among other ones that university owns.

Rathaus - town hall

by globetrott

The " Rathaus " , situated on Ringstraße, opposite of " Burgtheater " , was built between 1872-83 In front of the town-hall you will see different activities all over the year : In December the " Christkindlmarkt " in Jan/March the whole square will be iced for scaters for several weeks, and in summer there will be music-performances

This pic is taken in the " Burggarten " - the townhall is in the back and in the front you see the " Theseustempel "


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Address: Auerspergstrasse 9, Vienna, Vienna, 1080, Austria